SFPUC’s Power Programs Work to Tackle Climate Crisis Head On

Climate change is occurring at an alarming rate and has many broad-reaching impacts on human health, the economy, and the stability of the natural environment. Increased emissions of greenhouse gases, which trap heat and block it from escaping the atmosphere, significantly disrupts the Earth’s climate systems as we know them. Low-income populations, indigenous groups, and…

Celebrate Our Shared Home and Restore the Earth

Over 7 billion people live on Earth. It is the third planet from the Sun. In the known universe, Earth is the only place that has the ability to harbor life. As climate change continues to impact the Earth, its people, and the environment, it is critical for each person to take action. Each year,…

How Bonita Decker Creates Moments that Matter to SFPUC Employees

Creating “moments that matter” in an employee’s career is one of the most rewarding aspects of Bonita Decker’s job. Decker proudly leads the SFPUC’s Employment Life Cycle team with the Human Resource Services department. Within the organization, they play a pivotal role in an employee’s journey by coordinating the important changes that mark each SFPUC…

Meet Patricia Mattias, Who Has Worn Many Hats at the SFPUC

Over the last 27 years, Patricia Mattias has worn many hats at the SFPUC. Mattias has worked as a water service clerk, senior water service clerk focused in the Water Conservation, High Bills and Water Quality Cross Connection Section, and is currently a water service inspector with the Water Department for the last 14 years….