The new $80 million project would bring in modern equipment that meets current standards and can withstand a major earthquake.
The water in San Francisco is not only some of the crispest water found on the planet, it’s safe to drink and probably safer than bottled.
Even though the old culvert dates back more than a century, it has endured the test of time remarkably well.
Public debate is focusing increasingly on innovative approaches to public water management through green projects
The 180-panel system is the SFPUC’s first school installation and 14th municipal solar array.
Ancient landslide unearthed under site adds lag time, costs to Calaveras Reservoir project.
When water comes out of a tap in The City, one thing is certain. It didn’t originate in San Francisco.
Nontraditional methods can help educate the public about water and wastewater systems
City College kitchens make big plans for the next Big One.
The SFPUC is posting this “Revisions to the Water System Improvement Program (WSIP)” notice and will hold a public hearing on April 23, 2013 for the purpose of considering those proposed WSIP revisions.