The SFPUC is starting construction on the San Francisco Groundwater Supply Project to diversify the City’s local water supply portfolio.
When storm drains or catch basins become clogged, water can back up onto the street, blocking roadways, damaging property, and creating safety hazards.
The tasters scribbled notes as they sipped and swirled and held their glasses to the light, periodically asking for refills.
The move is designed to increase and diversify the city’s water reserves as California faces its worst drought in a generation.
San Francisco has always maintained one of the lowest residential gallons per capita in the State.
The seismically-resistant backbone of the Hetch Hetchy Regional System comes into service the week of the Loma Prieta Earthquake 25th Anniversary
New Bay Tunnel is a seismically-reliable water lifeline connecting Hetch Hetchy and East Bay supply to customers on the Peninsula and in SF