The City's Open Data Program provides the Analysis Neighborhoods as the primary neighborhood district boundary on automated datasets. We also provide other neighborhood boundaries when appropriate.
The table below includes:
- the name and link to each of the neighborhood districts
- the human readable column name used on the open data portal
- the application programming interface (API) name
- the shortname used when there are character limits (e.g. in shapefile formats)
- the number of districts included in the dataset
- a quick link to download a CSV of just the boundary names (without geometry)
|Dataset||Column Name (Human Readable)||API Name||Short Name||Number of Neighborhoods||Download Boundary Names|
|Analysis Neighborhoods||Neighborhooods - Analysis Boundaries||neighborhoods_analysis_boundaries||NBHDANA||42||Download|
|Neighborhood Groups||Neighborhoods - Group Boundaries||neighborhoods_group_boundaries||NBHDGRP||37||Download|
|SF Realtor Neighborhoods||Neighborhoods - Realtor Boundaries||neighborhoods_realtor_boundaries||NBHDSFRA||92||Download|
|SFFind Neighborhoods||Neighborhoods - SFFind boundaries||neighborhoods_sffind_boundaries||NBHDSFFIND||117||Download|
Note: Datasets published before we codified this practice may not reflect the above. We are actively improving existing datasets on a rolling basis. Please consult the data dictionary and other related documentation under the dataset's About tab. If it's still unclear, contact DataSF, and we'll be happy to help.