Through our laundry to landscape graywater program, you can learn how to reuse graywater to help water your plants and garden and you will also help reduce the amount of potable water entering our sewer system.
The SFPUC has launched the Rain Guardians program, which allows residents to adopt rain gardens across the City! Watch Karen’s video to learn more about what it means to become a “guardian” of our new rain gardens.
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.
Through the SFPUC's CityWork internship program, local students are able to develop their skills and knowledge in the wastewater utilities industry. This is Sonia's experience during her summer internship.