Districts

Currently, there are 16 property based and 2 sector based Community Benefit Districts (CBDs) within San Francisco. These districts vary in terms of the services they provide their neighborhoods and their annual budgets. Each CBD within the City is headed by an executive director, who is hired by the CBD Board of Directors. 

Community Benefit Districts (CBDs) 

Executive Director

CBD Term

 Budget*

Castro/Upper Market

Andrea Aiello

8/02/2005-6/30/2020

$641,472.00

Central Market

Tracy Everwine

7/23/2013-6/30/2028

$1,252,220.19

Civic Center

Tracy Everwine

Current Term: 1/04/2011-6/30/2021

Renewed Term: 7/23/2019-6/20/2034

Current Budget: $691,964

Renewed Budget: $3,161,454.78

Discover Polk 
 
Iana Dikidjieva
 
7/24/2018-6/30/2029
 

$601,784.00 

Downtown TBD 7/16/2019-6/30/2034

$3,873,491.14

Fisherman’s Wharf

Randall Scott

12/12/2006-6/30/2020

$1,200,000.00

Greater Rincon Hill

Andrew Robinson

7/31/2015-6/30/2030

$2,428,821.00

Japantown

Grace Horikiri

07/25/2017-06/30/2027

$400,000.00 

Lower Polk  

Christian Martin

7/29/2014-6/30/2029

$823,066.35

Moscone Expansion District

Lynn Farzaroli

2/5/2013-
6/20/2045

Varies**

Noe Valley

Debra Niemann

8/02/2005-6/30/2020

$258,000.00

Tenderloin

Simon Bertrang

Current Term: 8/09/2005-6/30/2020

Renewed Term: 06/25/19-6/30/2034

Current Budget: $1,164,781.00

Renewed Budget: $1,963,840.10

Ocean Avenue

Daniel Weaver

12/14/2010-6/30/2025

$261,793.00

SoMa West
 
TBD
 
3/05/2019-6/30/2034
 
$3,741,943.94 
 

Top of Broadway

Dominic LiMandri

7/23/2013-6/30/2020

$111,926.69

Tourism Improvement District

Lynn Farzaroli

12/16/2008-12/31/2023

Varies**

Union Square

Karin Flood

Renewed Term: 7/09/2019 - 06/30/2029

Renewed Budget: $6,036,111.00

Yerba Buena

Cathy Maupin

7/31/2015-6/30/2030

$2,991,722.82

Note: there are two sector based BIDs in San Francisco, the Tourism Improvement District and the Moscone Expansion District.

* These numbers are estimates based off of each District's Management Plan.

** Budget varies based upon tourist occupancies