Overview

“AarongavelSupervisor Aaron Peskin

Aaron Peskin is a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, representing District 3, which is comprised of North Beach, Chinatown, Fisherman’s Wharf, Polk Gulch, Union Square/Financial District and Russian, Nob and Telegraph Hills. He has lived in District 3 for almost thirty years.
 

He is currently serving his fourth non-consecutive term on the Board of Supervisors, after serving two terms from 2001-2009 (including one term as the unanimously-elected President of the Board). During his previous terms in office, Aaron Peskin was a leader to preserve and expand affordable housing in District 3 and citywide. He helped pass the city’s first inclusionary housing law, which required private developers to create affordable housing, and later co-authored the landmark increase to those affordable housing requirements in 2016/17.  He also authored the 2007 revenue measure intended to ensure SFMTA has a long-term funding source for its Transit Effectiveness Project, one of many initiatives he has championed to prioritize investment in public transit.
 

He currently serves as the Vice Chair of both the Land Use & Transportation Committee and the Government Audit & Oversight Committee for the Board of Supervisors. In his capacity as a county Transportation Authority Commissioner, Aaron Peskin serves as the Chair of the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) Board.  He also serves on the SFCTA’s Vision Zero and Treasure Island Mobility Management Agency (TIMMA) Committees.
 

In 2017, California State Senate President Pro Tempore Kevin de León appointed Aaron Peskin to the California Coastal Commission, representing Marin, Sonoma and San Francisco counties.  
He also serves as a Commissioner on both the Bay Conservation & Development Commission and the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority.  He also serves as a Co-Chair of the SF Transportation Task Force 2045 and a member of the Executive Steering Committee for the Seawall Resiliency Project.
 

He is a lifelong environmentalist who lives in Telegraph Hill with his wife, Nancy, and their two cats.