San Francisco’s Supervisorial Districts
San Francisco is divided into eleven Supervisorial districts. For the November 8 election, San Francisco voters who live in Districts 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 will elect their member of the Board of Supervisors. To find your district, refer to the map below or visit sfelections.org/pollsite.
District 1 covers most of the Richmond neighborhood.
District 2 includes the Presidio, Cow Hollow, Marina and Pacific Heights neighborhoods, as well as part of the Richmond neighborhood.
District 3 includes Chinatown, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill and the northern Embarcadero waterfront.
District 4 covers most of the Sunset neighborhood.
District 5 includes the Haight-Ashbury, Inner Sunset, Panhandle and Western Addition neighborhoods.
District 6 includes the Civic Center and South of Market neighborhoods, part of the Potrero Hill neighborhood, and Treasure Island.
District 7 includes Lake Merced and West of Twin Peaks.
District 8 includes the Castro, Diamond Heights, Noe Valley, Glen Park and Upper Market neighborhoods.
District 9 includes the Mission and Bernal Heights neighborhoods and most of the Portola neighborhood.
District 10 includes the Bayview and Hunter’s Point neighborhoods and part of the Potrero Hill, Visitacion Valley and Portola neighborhoods.
District 11 includes the Ingleside, Excelsior, Ocean View and Merced Heights neighborhoods.