SFPUC Returns to Paradise to Help Rebuild the Community

A team of 12 SFPUC plumbers are headed up to Paradise for the first week of June. They will be there to help get a piece of the downed water system working again for the small number of people who’ve managed to stay at home in the small foothill town burned out by the November…

Neurodiversity Program First of its Kind in the Construction Industry

A group of diverse and talented San Franciscans became the first graduating cohort of the SFPUC’s inaugural Neurodiversity Pilot Program made possible through partnerships with community-based organization The Arc San Francisco, private construction and engineering firms Sundt/Walsh, Brown & Caldwell, Stantec, and Webcor, and government agencies the California Department of Rehabilitation and the SF Office…

New Dashboard Shows Over 77,100 Youth Served Through SFPUC Community Benefits Program Since 2012

Earlier this week, the SFPUC launched its Community Benefits Dashboard, a new tool visualizes the performance of agency’s community benefits efforts throughout San Francisco.  The Community Benefits Dashboard is an interactive data visualization tool that tracks the performance of the agency’s investments in its youth workforce, public art, science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and…

Meet Manny and Froilan from Sewer Operations

It’s a cold, gray morning in San Francisco. And while many people sleepily punch in the floor number for the elevator or climb up the stairs to make their way to their work stations, dedicated SFPUC field crews are already fast at work on the City’s streets or even under them. SFPUC’s hard-working sewer service…

Sewer Ops Team Recognizes Employee of the Year

The SFPUC Sewer Operations team recognized some of its best staff for their Employee Appreciation Day on Wednesday, May 15 at Griffith Yard. Staff members who work in the field joined together during lunch to give accolades to the men and women who keep their operations running smoothly both inside and outside of the office….

Building the Future, Infrastructure and Beyond…

The SFPUC is building the future through more than just infrastructure.  This June, the SSIP CityWorks Internship Program will launch its eighth year of programming that prepares our future leaders for careers in engineering, urban design, public service, and environmental management. The paid internship program is made possible through a unique partnership between the SFPUC…