As of this week, total Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System storage stands at 64.5% of maximum storage capacity and all available snowpack has melted.
El Niños - weak or strong - come with a lot of variability and are by no means a surefire indicator of what the winter will bring.
The board says now there are more streamlined rules around the production and use of recycled water for irrigation.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is considering mandatory water rationing due to California's severe drought.
City leaders intend to bring the stations to all schools eventually and are exploring options to fund that goal.
Prompt implementation of the hazard tree and salvage logging projects is essential to move the restoration process forward
Over 30 cisterns are being built to prepare for a major earthquake.
One day, it will be part of a continuous stretch running the length of the Peninsula, according to planners of the Bay Area Ridge Trail.
Keeping this pipe working during a major earthquake, means to secure the water supply for millions of people in the Bay Area.
The WSIP is one of the largest infrastructure improvement programs in the nation and certainly the largest the city has ever undertaken.
558 solar panels were installed on the roof of Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall, one of San Francisco’s best known landmarks.