Zoning Districts City and County of San Francisco Planning Department. The Zoning Districts are the main component of the Zoning Map. The Zoning Map comprises: - Zoning Districts - Height and Bulk Districts - Special Use Districts - Preservation Districts - Coastal Zone Area - Special Sign Districts The official Zoning Map can be found in the San Francisco Planning Code: http://library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientId=14145&stateId=5&stateName=California (click on the links under ZONING MAPS on the left navigation column). Summaries of the Zoning District codes can be found here: http://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=1580 Section 105 of the Planning Code states: "The designations, locations and boundaries of the districts established by this Code shall be shown upon the "Zoning Map of the City and County of San Francisco," which shall consist of a series of numbered sectional maps. Wherever any uncertainty exists as to the boundary of any district as shown on said sectional maps, the following rules shall apply: (a) Where boundary lines are indicated as following streets and alleys within the right-of-way, they shall be construed as following the centerlines of such streets and alleys; (b) Where boundary lines are indicated as approximately following lot lines, such lot lines shall be construed to be such boundaries; (c) Where a boundary line divides a lot or crosses unsubdivided property; the location of such boundary shall be as indicated upon the Zoning Map using the scale appearing on such map; (d) Where further uncertainty exists, the City Planning Commission upon written application, or on its own motion, shall by resolution determine the location of a disputed boundary giving due consideration to the apparent indicated location thereof and the scale of the Zoning Map and the express purposes of this Code; (e) Wherever any property is not under these rules specifically included in any use district shown on the Zoning Map, such property is hereby declared to be in an RH-1(D) District, except that all property owned on the effective date of this amendment by the United States of America, State of California, City and County of San Francisco, or other governmental agency and within the City and County of San Francisco but not within the area covered by Sectional Maps Nos. 1 through 13 of the Zoning Map is hereby declared to be in a P (Public Use) District unless reclassified in accordance with the provisions of this Code; (f) Wherever any property is not under these rules specifically included in any height and bulk district shown on the Zoning Map, such property is hereby declared to be in a 40-X height and bulk district, except that all property owned on the effective date of this amendment by the United States of America, State of California, City and County of San Francisco, or other governmental agency and within the City and County of San Francisco but not within the area covered by Sectional Maps Nos. 1H through 13H of the Zoning Map is hereby declared to be in an OS (Open Space) District unless reclassified in accordance with the provisions of this Code, with the exception of Yerba Buena Island and Treasure Island which are hereby declared to be in a 40-X height and bulk district."Updated quarterly.
The Municipal Transportation Agency (MTA) uses a variety of fuels for its vehicles. This data set provides information on fuel type and the number of gallons used by each MTA facility. Multiple lines of data for the same date indicates each instance of fueling at the specific facility.
The San Francisco Controller's Office maintains a database of contracts and payments made to Suppliers (vendors, contractors and grantees). The Supplier Contracts shown here include all fully executed, expenditure-only contracts, including City contracts for commodities, professional and general services, and construction from fiscal year 2018 forward, based upon the contracting departments' inputs. This data set includes both departmental and citywide contracts.
This data is presented on the Supplier Contracts report hosted at http://openbook.sfgov.org, and is also available in CSV format, which lists summary data by contract. We have removed sensitive contracts and information from this data in order to balance disclosure requirements and protected/confidential data. For example, we have removed contracts related to certain legal proceedings that are exempt from disclosure. New data is added on a weekly basis.
Revenue contracts, including concessions and rental income contracts, are not included in this data set; they are tracked in departmental subsystems and currently are not available in SF Open Book. For more information about Revenue Contracts, please contact the respective City Department that awards the contract, e.g. for Airport Concession Contracts, contact the San Francisco Airport Commission which maintains these records.
City Department spending may occur three ways: 1) from Contract to Purchase Order (i.e. a PO with an accounting Encumbrance) to Payment (i.e. an accounting Voucher), AKA On-Contract spending, 2) direct-to-Purchase Order (no contract, only a PO agreement and accounting Encumbrance) to Payment, and 3) Direct Voucher Payment (for limited one-time, non-recurring payments, e.g. a membership or a subscription). Therefore, it is helpful to use both the Supplier Contracts and Supplier Payments reports on SFOpenBook, as well as on DataSF.
This workbook provides data and data dictionaries for the SFMTA 2019 Travel Decision Survey.
On behalf of San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), Corey, Canapary & Galanis (CC&G) undertook a Mode Share Survey within the City and County of San Francisco as well as the eight surrounding Bay Area counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Marin, Santa Clara, Napa, Sonoma and Solano.
The primary goals of this study were to:
• Assess percent mode share for travel in San Francisco for evaluation of the SFMTA Strategic Objective 2.2: Mode Share target of 80% sustainable travel by 2030.
• Evaluate the above statement based on the following parameters: number of trips to, from, and within San Francisco by Bay Area residents. Trips by visitors to the Bay Area and for commercial purposes are not included.
• Provide additional trip details, including trip purpose for each trip in the mode share question series.
• Collect demographic data on the population of Bay Area residents who travel to, from, and within San Francisco.
• Collect data on travel behavior and opinions that support other SFMTA strategy and project evaluation needs.
The survey was conducted as a telephone study among 801 Bay Area residents aged 18 and older. Interviewing was conducted in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Tagalog. Surveying was conducted via random digit dial (RDD) and cell phone sample.
All survey datasets incorporate respondent weighting based on age and home location; utilize the “weight” field when appropriate in your analysis.
The survey period for this survey is as follows:
2019: May - August 2019
The margin of error is related to sample size (n). For the total sample, the margin of error is 3.3% for a confidence level of 95%. When looking at subsets of the data, such as just the SF population, just the female population, or just the population of people who bicycle, the sample size decreases and the margin of error increases. Below is a guide of the margin of error for different samples sizes. Be cautious in making conclusions based off of small sample sizes.
At the 95% confidence level is:
• n = 801(Total Sample). Margin of error = +/- 3.3%
• n = 400. Margin of error = +/- 4.85%
• n = 100. Margin of error = +/- 9.80%