Public Utilities Commission
A school in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley will reopen Tuesday after last week’s water main break caused flood damage and the cancellation of some school days.
San Francisco’s only outdoor shooting range is being evicted after 78 years on the southwestern shore of Lake Merced.
The building features wind turbines, solar panels and is reusing water on site.
Cole Hardware has entered guilty pleas to felony grand theft and fraud in connection with a embezzlement scheme at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.
A 100-year-old sewer main collapsed in San Francisco’s Richmond District Sunday morning, a utilities spokeswoman said.
The ringleader of an embezzlement ring at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is headed to prison.
Santa Cruz’s City Council filed a petition this week for the ability to opt out of PG&E’s SmartMeter program because of health risk concerns.
State officials have rejected emergency repairs San Francisco made to shore up storm-battered Ocean Beach.
The general manager of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission requested a halt Wednesday to construction around a centuries-old valley oak tree in San Mateo County while the agency considers alternatives to cutting it down.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is proposing to allow residents to switch off the wireless signals on their utility meters for a fee, but opponents of the devices aren’t satisfied.