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Welcome to the new Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) construction web page. You asked to have up-to-the-minute information on what the SFPUC is doing in your neighborhood. We heard you! We want to make sure you are prepared for our construction activities.
Southeast Treatment Plant Construction Look-Ahead
o No parking on Jerrold Avenue between Phelps and Rankin streets
- Starting the week of January 6th, crews will start construction to replace and relocate the aging solids handling facilities at the Southeast Treatment Plant. Initial work will include installing construction barriers and fencing in the parking lane along Jerrold Avenue between Phelps and Rankin streets. See notice for full details.
- Beginning on January 8th (weather and conditions permitting), expect:
o Increase in vehicles and workers in the vicinity
o Construction-related noise and vibration in the area
o Pedestrian and vehicle access will be maintained along Jerrold Avenue
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At Work in Your Neighborhood
Built in 1952, the Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) treats 80% of the City’s wastewater, but many of the plant’s facilities need to be upgraded or replaced. The Sewer System Improvement Program (SSIP) projects at the SEP focus on making the plant smell better, look better, operate more efficiently, and protect our critical equipment in the event of an earthquake.
SSIP projects at the Southeast Treatment Plant will accelerate the SFPUC’s vision to transform San Francisco’s largest wastewater treatment plant into a start of the art resource recovery facility, a City destination, a proud neighborhood asset and an attractive workplace. To learn more about the Sewer System Improvement Program, click here.
For construction impacts and notices nearby SEP, sign up for email updates. For information about other construction projects across the City, visit our Construction in Your Neighborhood Map or sfpublicworks.org.
To learn more about the Headworks Facility Project, view our recent SEP Construction Business Briefing, read our fact sheet available in English, Spanish and Chinese, or visit our project website.