Chair Nathan Fletcher proudly represents San Diego County’s Fourth Supervisorial District. The Fourth District is about 100 square miles and is celebrated as the most ethnically diverse district in the County. The District’s boundaries extend north to UC San Diego, west to the Pacific Ocean, east to Encanto and south to Paradise Hills. Use our interactive map (updated monthly) to see how the Chair and Team Fletcher are actively making connections and building relationships with the local community. We make it a priority to meet people and host activities in as many locations throughout the District and County as possible.
District 4 Fast Facts
Population: Approximately 640,000 people
Neighborhoods: Adams North, Alta Vista, Azalea Park, Balboa Park, Bankers Hill, Bay Ho, Bay Park, Birdland, Bird Rock, Broadway Heights, Castle, Cherokee Point, Chollas Creek, City Heights (where more than 30 languages are spoken), Clairemont Mesa, Colina Del Sol, Corridor, Cortez Hill, Crown Point, El Cerrito, Downtown, East Village, Emerald Hills, Encanto, Fairmount Park, Fairmount Village, Gaslamp Quarter, Golden Hill, Hillcrest, Jamacha Lomita, Kearny Mesa, Kensington, La Jolla, Linda Vista, Little Italy, Loma Portal, Marina, Middletown, Midway, Mission Beach, Mission Hills, Mission Valley, Morena, Normal Heights, North Park, North Bay Terraces, Oak Park, Ocean Beach, O’Farrell, Old Town, Pacific Beach, Park West, Redwood Village, Rolando Park, Serra Mesa, Skyline, South Park, Swan Canyon, Talmadge Park, University Heights, Valencia Park and Webster.