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Carmen Chu

Carmen Chu was re-elected on November 4, 2014, to serve as the Assessor-Recorder for the City and County of San Francisco. As the only Asian American Assessor in California, she is committed to build a better San Francisco through superior customer service, fair property taxation and the preservation of public records. The work that the Office of the Assessor-Recorder does helps to generate over one-third of the City’s General Fund revenue, which is used to fund crucial services like fire, police, neighborhood improvements, and health & family support services.

Since taking office, Chu has prioritized making government work for San Franciscans including a focus on customer service and office efficiency. Beginning in 2013, she implemented e-Recording, which allows submitters to record documents from the convenience of their office or home. In 2015, Chu launched her office’s new website to expand on information access and to provide translations. This year, Chu has begun the process of digitizing historic real property records currently maintained only in hard copy.

Prior to becoming the Assessor-Recorder of San Francisco, Chu was elected in 2008 and 2010 to serve as the Sunset/Parkside representative on the Board of Supervisors.

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