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The SFPUC Workforce and Economic Program Services team works in partnership with community-based organizations and local unions to implement different programs and trainings within our communities, enabling San Francisco residents to become qualified to work on our construction projects happening across the City. Hear from several Bayview–Hunters Point residents on their experience completing a pre-apprenticeship training with the Laborers, and how these innovative programs are shaping their lives and careers.
Over the last two months, our crews have been cleaning & inspecting the Sunset Reservoir South Basin. Before bringing the basin back in service later this summer, crews will replace some aging valves, disinfect, and then refill the basin – an important step in maintaining our water system.
Add a little taste of Bayview to your lunch routine. Starting July 10th, we are partnering with our public and private partners to launch the Bayview Bistro. Local food vendors will be serving up quick and delicious lunches at from 11 AM to 2 PM every Wednesday through Friday.
Lilianna Preciado began working at the SFPUC in 2012 as an apprentice and quickly worked up the ranks to become Lead Plumber in 2016. As one of only two female plumbers working for the City, Lily paved the way for other women looking to enter the industry. This video is dedicated to Lily's daughter and family.
For our Community Benefits and Social Responsibility Manager, Tracy Zhu, her focus on improving the community through educational partnerships and job training opportunities has allowed her to create a deeper connection with the neighborhood she grew up in.
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