Water Main Break
Fourteen households displaced by Tuesday’s water main break in San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley neighborhood were being allowed to go home Wednesday, a spokeswoman for the city’s Public Utilities Commission said.
The L-Taraval Muni Line was moving slowly Thursday morning due to a broken water main in the Sunset District, in the area of 32nd and 33rd avenues, according to the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.
Public utilities workers are still at the scene of a water main break in San Francisco’s Noe Valley neighborhood Saturday morning that has blocked off a street to through traffic since Friday afternoon.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission was working Friday morning to clean up a mess in Fisherman’s Wharf caused by a water main that ruptured earlier in the day.
A section of an Emeryville street was closed Wednesday morning after a water main break, while a second, smaller water main ruptured in Berkeley Wednesday.
Crews shut off a water main in Menlo Park after it broke spilled water into the streets for nearly three hours Monday morning, police said.
A water main break on 26th Street in San Francisco may have flooded a few homes and affected water pressure in the surrounding area Friday evening.
Crews finished repairs early Tuesday morning to a ruptured water main in Berkeley, an East Bay Municipal Utility District spokeswoman said.
A water main break in San Leandro knocked out water service to dozens of homes near John Muir Middle School Wednesday morning.
A 6-inch water main valve broke on a busy street in downtown Walnut Creek Tuesday morning, creating water damage in some stores and slowing traffic.