About


San Diego County Data Portal

This portal provides easy access to open data and information about your county government. We encourage the use of public data that the County of San Diego has published to spark innovation, promote public collaboration, increase government transparency, and inform decision making.
Specifically, the Open Data program seeks to:
  • Improve public understanding of County operations and other information concerning their communities.
  • Generate economic opportunity for individuals and companies that benefit from the knowledge created by Open Data.
  • Empower County employees to be more effective, better coordinated internally, and able to identify opportunities to better serve the public.
  • Encourage the development of innovative technology solutions that improve quality of life.


San Diego County
Board of Supervisors

The County of San Diego is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors. The supervisors set priorities and approve the County’s two-year budget. From left to right: Supervisor Greg Cox, District One; Supervisor Kristin Gaspar, District Three; Supervisor Ron Roberts, District Four; Supervisor Dianne Jacob, District Two; Supervisor Bill Horn, District Five.


San Diego County Board of Supervisors group photo

San Diego County

San Diego County became one of California’s original 27 counties on Feb. 18, 1850, shortly after California became the 31st state in the Union.