San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
In clever San Francisco fashion, the city is using a certain kind of appeal to make water conservation more, well, “sexy.”
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which supplies drinking water to 2.6 million Bay Area customers, says the supply looks good heading into summer, but conservation remains a top priority.
Water Main Break Near San Francisco’s Panhandle Causes Major Traffic Gridlock: Shuts Down DMV Office
An 8-inch water main broke near San Francisco’s Panhandle early this morning, a spokesman for the city’s Public Utilities Commission said.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission will dump millions of gallons of water into the Bay and some Peninsula residents may notice their local creek on the rise.
New $113M Peninsula Groundwater Project To Help Millions Of Bay Area Residents During Drought, Major Earthquake
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission reached an agreement Tuesday night with two San Mateo County cities and a San Jose-based water company that is expected to benefit 2.6 million Bay Area residents, SFPUC officials announced Wednesday.
San Francisco’s PUC has begun digging in and around Golden Gate Park in search of water flows with plans to pump up to four million gallons a day to blend into the Hetch Hetchy tap water supply by 2016.
Following a vote this week by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, work could begin next spring to remove the lead contamination around the Pacific Rod and Gun Club at Lake Merced, but their lease expires in December.
Customers will pay a 100 percent surcharge for water use over 90 percent of last year’s usage.
Water regulatory agencies in San Francisco and the East Bay have decided at their meetings to impose mandatory restrictions for water use.
Palo Alto officials are targeting water-wasting activities like washing down sidewalks and irrigating to the point of saturation. City council approved the new series of restrictions late Monday night.