Information & Reports
Office of Economic Analysis
The Office of Economic Analysis identifies and reports on all legislation introduced at the Board of Supervisors that might have a material economic impact on the City. It analyzes the likely impacts of legislation on business attraction and retention, job creation, tax and fee revenues to the City, and other matters relating to the overall economic health of the City.
The Office is part of the Controller's Budget and Analysis Division and is staffed with two economists
. You may contact the Office by calling 415.554.7500 or through e-mail.
For more information on the Office of Economic Analysis and how it makes economic
impact determinations, click here.
Pending Economic Impact Reports
|California Pacific Medical Center Development
||120357, 120358, 120359, 120360, 120361, 120364, 120365, 120366
Interactive Economic Barometer
This link will open an external website that contains the Interactive Economic Barometer, which
allows users to interact with a number of San Francisco economic indicators that are tracked by OEA.
Click here: Interactive Economic Barometer
This table contains links to OEA published reports, including economic impact reports
on proposed legislation, Monthly Economic Barometer reports, and special OEA reports.
Economic Impact Reports Special Reports
Response to Legislation Introduced
The following PDF links contain legislation introduced by the Board of Supervisors and the OEA's determination regarding the economic impact for each item.
|May 14, 2013
|May 7, 2013
|April 23, 2013
|April 9, 2013
|April 16, 2013
|March 26, 2013
|April 2, 2013
|March 19, 2013
|February 26, 2013
|March 5, 2013
Written Determinations of Economic Impact
The OEA generally responds to the Clerk of the Board within one week on
whether an economic impact report will be prepared for a piece of legislation. However,
some legislation requires further review before a determination can be made. The
reports explain how the OEA reached a decision on legislative items that required