The Department of Public Health and the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development, with support from the Planning Department, created these 41 neighborhoods by grouping 2010 Census tracts, using common real estate and residents’ definitions for the purpose of providing consistency in the analysis and reporting of socio-economic, demographic, and environmental data, and data on City-funded programs and services. These neighborhoods are not codified in Planning Code nor Administrative Code, although this map is referenced in Planning Code Section 415 as the “American Community Survey Neighborhood Profile Boundaries Map."
This dataset is produced by assigning Census tracts to neighborhoods based on existing neighborhood definitions used by Planning and MOHCD. A qualitative assessment is made to identify the appropriate neighborhood for a given tract based on understanding of population distribution and significant landmarks. Once all tracts have been assigned a neighborhood, the tracts are dissolved to produce this dataset, Analysis Neighborhoods. It's companion dataset of all Census tracts assigned a neighborhood is available here: https://data.sfgov.org/d/bwbp-wk3r
This data set includes the Office of the Assessor-Recorder’s secured property tax roll spanning from July 1, 2007 to June 30, 2018. It includes all legally disclosable information, including location of property, value of property, the unique property identifier, and specific property characteristics. The data is used to accurately and fairly appraise all taxable property in the City and County of San Francisco. The Office of the Assessor-Recorder makes no representation or warranty that the information provided is accurate and/or has no errors or omissions.
This dataset is updated annually after the roll is closed and certified. This typically happens by August of each year.
A. SUMMARY Case information on COVID-19 Laboratory testing. This data includes a daily count of test results reported, and how many of those were positive, negative, and indeterminate. Reported tests include tests with a positive, negative or indeterminate result. Indeterminate results, which could not conclusively determine whether COVID-19 virus was present, are not included in the calculation of percent positive. Testing for the novel coronavirus is available through commercial, clinical, and hospital laboratories, as well as the SFDPH Public Health Laboratory.
Tests are de-duplicated by an individual and date. This means that if a person gets tested multiple times on different dates in the last 30 days, all of those individual tests will be included in this data as individual tests (on each specimen collection date).
Total positive test results is not equal to the total number of COVID-19 cases in San Francisco. Each positive test result is investigated. During this investigation, some test results are found to be for persons living outside of San Francisco and some are duplicates of previously received positive results. These are not included in the total San Francisco COVID-19 case count. Additionally, investigation of positive test results might not be completed on the day of receipt; new cases will be added to the total case count after full investigation and verification.
B. HOW THE DATASET IS CREATED Laboratory test volume and positivity for COVID-19 is based on electronic laboratory test reports. Deduplication, quality assurance measures and other data verification processes maximize accuracy of laboratory test information.
C. UPDATE PROCESS Updated daily
D. HOW TO USE THIS DATASET Due to the high degree of variation in the time needed to complete tests by different labs there is a delay in this reporting. On March 24 the Health Officer ordered all labs in the City to report complete COVID-19 testing information to the local and state health departments. In order to track trends over time, a data user can analyze this data by "result_date" and see how the count of reported results and positivity rate have changed over time.
[Update 2019-01-08] Data continues not to load but we are now working on developing an ETL off of a new API delivered by Netfile. We are in the discovery phase and do not have an exact ETA but are aiming to have the work complete this quarter.
[Issue 2018-02-21]: We are currently experiencing issues loading updated data from the Netfile source. We are investigating alternative approaches to restoring the automation. Data is not loading after December 2017 for most of the lobbyist activity datasets. During the outage, the data can be accessed via the Ethics Commission's lobbyist web site: https://netfile.com/lobbyistpub/#sfo
The name of each officer of the City and County of San Francisco with whom a lobbyist made a contact. Contacts of public officials are disclosed by lobbyists registered with the Ethics Commission on a monthly basis. This dataset updates automatically every night.
This report tracks the name and source/website of the articles referenced for each month shown. Titles with a department name at the end reflect information provided from the department website. The other articles are maintained by SF311 to supplement department data. Articles used by 311 in the course of creating service requests (such as graffiti handling processes) are not included. Metrics of knowledge use from September and October 2017 was inconsistent following the migration to a new system in September 2017. Additionally, the names of articles is different than article names prior to the upgrade. This dataset is updated monthly.
Contains buyout declarations and buyout agreements filed at the Rent Board. Rent Ordinance Section 37.9E, effective March 7, 2015, is a new provision that regulates "buyout agreements" between landlords and tenants under which landlords pay tenants money or other consideration to vacate their rent-controlled rental units. For more information, please see: http://sfrb.org/new-ordinance-amendment-regulating-buyout-agreements