POSTPONED: Reforming Business Tax: Strategies for Economic Growth

Digital Discourse


San Francisco City Hall and skyline

Due to circumstances beyond our control, this event is postponed and will be rescheduled. We hope you will be able to join us at a later date, and we apologize for the inconvenience. Questions? Contact [email protected].

San Francisco's business tax structure is facing new challenges with the shift to hybrid work models, high office vacancy rates, and other economic changes, and needs reform. At the request of Mayor Breed and Board President Peskin, the Treasurer, Controller, and Chief Economist have reviewed the City's current business tax structure and developed recommendations for needed reforms. Learn more about why the reform was needed, the proposed changes, and the impacts on small, medium, and large businesses in San Francisco.

  • Moderator: Sujata Srivastava / Interim Chief Policy Officer, SPUR

  • Amanda Fried / San Francisco Office of the Treasurer

  • Ted Egan / San Francisco Chief Economist


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