Thank you for completing the second survey for the Expanding Housing Choice (zoning) program. We received the first round of community feedback during Phase 1 of outreach (Spring - Fall 2023) focused on two zoning concepts. This survey will focus on getting your input on the consolidated Draft Zoning Proposal. 

The City of San Francisco is required to plan for 36,000 new housing units in the state-designated “Housing Opportunity Areas” in the western and northern portions of the city (pictured below). Your feedback will help us shape the future growth of San Francisco.

This survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. However, if you took our Phase 1 survey, it will take approximately 10 minutes. For a better survey experience, we recommend taking this survey on a desktop or laptop computer. Your feedback is valuable, and a larger screen and keyboard may enhance your ability to provide detailed responses. 

Your responses will remain anonymous.

擴大住房選擇調查 第二階段 - 2023年秋季
Опрос на тему расширения выбора жилья этап 2 - осень 2023 г  
Encuesta para la Fase 2 de Ampliar la Elección de Vivienda - Otoño de 2023

Español: Si desea esta encuesta en español, por favor llame al 415-575-9010. Tenga en cuenta que el Departamento de Planificación requerirá al menos un día hábil para responder.

中文: 如果你想用中文这个调查,請致電415-575-9010。請注意,規劃部門需要至少一個工作日來回應。

Filipino: Kung nais mo ng survey na ito sa Filipino, paki tawagan ang 415-575-9121. Paki tandaan na mangangailangan ang Planning Department ng hindi kukulangin sa isang araw na pantrabaho para makasagot.

Question Title

Expanding Housing Choice: *Housing Opportunity Areas

Housing Opportunity Areas
*Housing Opportunity Areas are places identified as "High Resource/Highest Resource" by the State of California Fair Housing Task Force
Note: This map is from Spring 2023 and has changed slightly due to additional analyses and community feedback. Changes include adding additional parts of Irving, Lincoln, Balboa, Monterey, and Portola streets to the study area. The new map also includes some areas next to the state Housing Opportunity Area boundaries because those boundaries follow census tract lines that don't reflect actual neighborhood conditions, and the boundaries fluctuate year-to-year.