Mapping San Francisco
The City and County of San Francisco is home to over 850,000 people and encompasses a land area of around 47 square miles. The City and County is divided into Assembly Districts, Senate Districts, Congressional Districts, Supervisorial Districts, and BART Districts. Voters elect citizens to represent them in each district. Below is a list of district maps to help you find your district.
State Assembly Districts
California is divided into 80 Assembly Districts of roughly equal population. There are 2 Assembly Districts in San Francisco: Assembly District 17 and Assembly District 19. Assembly Members are elected every 2 years, and can be re-elected for up 6 terms.
State Senate Districts
There are 40 State Senate Districts in California, also roughly equal in population. There is one State Senate District in San Francisco, District 11. State Senators are elected to four-year terms, and can be re-elected up to 3 times.
There are 435 elected members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Each state is guaranteed at least one U.S. Representative, and the remaining seats are apportioned according to a state's population. California, the most populous state in the Union, has 53 U.S. Representatives. In San Francisco, there are 3 Congressional Districts: Congressional District 12, Congressional District 13, and Congressional District 14. Representatives are elected every two years. There are no limits to the number of terms a person can serve. Congressional District 13 is not shown below, as it includes a sliver of land contiguous with Alameda Island. There are no registered voters or inhabitants in that section of Congressional District 13.
San Francisco is a consolidated City-County, the only such legal entity in California. Instead of a City Council, San Francisco elects an 11-member Board of Supervisors to govern the City and County. Supervisors are elected for four-year terms, and can be re-elected once. Below is a map of the Supervisor Districts (click to enlarge).
BART Board of Directors
The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Board of Directors governs the 104-mile BART commuter rail system. There are nine BART Directors, each elected by their BART District. Board members serve a four-year term. There are no term limits for BART Directors. Find a map of the BART Board Districts below (click to enlarge).