The COVID-19 pandemic deeply impacted the San Francisco economy. This page offers several metrics to help people understand how the city was impacted and track how it is recovering from the effects of the pandemic. To learn more about the City's economic recovery efforts, see the Roadmap to Downtown San Francisco's Future.
Data measures help us see how our economy has changed and how the city and our community have been impacted by these changes. We track measures about tourism, office attendance, jobs, and more to measure the state of our economy. We use maps and information on race and ethnicity, age, and gender to understand where changes have focused and whom has been impacted in what ways. This information gives us insight into what economic development strategies we might create to support the economic health of our city, to track the effectiveness of those strategies, and to inform our equitable response.
We are committed to providing accurate and reliable data to the public. The data notes on each dashboard explain data sources and limitations.
The Office of Economic Analysis in the Office of the Controller also publishes a monthly “Status of the Re-Opening” report on the economy of San Francisco.
Track how many San Franciscans moved into and out of the city each year.
Track how many workers are reporting in-person to the office each month.
Track the San Francisco tourism industry with monthly hotel data and quarterly airport data.
Track how many people are travelling to downtown on BART each month.
Track unemployment and labor force data for San Francisco each month.
Track average annual unemployment by San Francisco ZIP code.
Track how much income San Franciscans have after paying rent and housing costs each year.
Track job trends in San Francisco industries each month.
Track supply of office space in San Francisco each quarter.
Track how much sales tax each San Francisco neighborhood produces each quarter.