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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 19
On 10/29, we will join & water reuse experts at the Water Reuse Summit to discuss the future of water reuse. Come & learn about the success of our Non-potable Water Program and how to address regulatory & permitting challenges. Sign up now -
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D&A Communications Oct 18
We’re proud to sponsor the and the Commission’s Health & Harvest Fair. Check out the fair for free dental screenings, fresh produce, cooking demos, yoga sessions, live music and much more.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 18
Hetch Hetchy Engineer Madelyn Rubin sat down with the next generation of women engineers at Tuolumne County’s Dinner with a Scientist event.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 18
Our Wastewater Engineer, Marsha van Loan, delivered the keynote at the annual Tuolumne County’s Dinner with a Scientist. She shared what inspired her to help planet and people with the over 100 students and 20 teachers in attendance.
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Katy Tang Oct 18
After conducting an extensive series of water quality tests, following concerns of water quality in Sunset District, the has concluded that no pesticides are present in the water being delivered to SF customers. For more info, please go to
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 18
The water quality test results are in and show no signs of pesticides in our water. We take issues seriously and continue to urge residents to contact to report any issues with their drinking water. Find the full results here:
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ShakeOut Oct 18
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 17
29 yrs ago today, at 5:04 PM, Bay Area was hit by the 6.9 magnitude Loma Prieta . CDD Operations Manager, Bill Tehan, recounts his experience on 10/17/89 & discusses the work being done to ensure that our City is ready & resilient when the next big one strikes.
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San Francisco DEM Oct 17
Remember the lives lost & forever changed. Remember neighbors standing shoulder to shoulder w/ emergency responders as came together. Remember we don’t have to wait until disaster strikes to take care our City. Visit to get started.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 17
Drop, Cover, & Hold On! A friendly reminder that the Great Earthquake drill is tomorrow at 10:18 am. This is a great opportunity for you and your loved ones to get prepared before the next big one strikes.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 17
Replying to @toddx @SF311
We apologize for the inconvenience. Please report your location to in order for the City to log that location into the system. You can also check out this short video on what to do when the water comes out discolored:
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 16
We're building a strong workforce pipeline through programs like Kinder-to-Career & our youth internship opportunities -- ensuring that our customers have reliable services for many years to come. Investing in workforce development is key to the resiliency of our infrastructure.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 15
When at full capacity, the Calaveras Dam is the largest Bay Area Reservoir & plays an essential role in our water supply storage. The dam can hold up to 31 billion gallons of water, which is especially important in times of drought.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 14
Reading, writing, and sustainability?
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 14
Stop by today’s in the Excelsior neighborhood to learn more about our sewer system upgrades, water conservation tips, and so much more.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 13
How prepared are you for the next big one? Test your level of emergency preparedness here -
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 12
There is still time to learn a thing or two about urban . We're kicking off our green gardening workshop tomorrow. Learn how to cultivate a sustainable while conserving water. Sign up today –
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 12
When you see the Vac-Con truck in your neighborhood -- know that our crews are working to keep the sewer mains clean and functioning.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 12
With only 3% of residents opting out of , the 's decision to increase fees on users could negatively affect our ability to meet our clean energy goals.
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SF Water Power Sewer Oct 12
Replying to @cmbarta @SF311
Please report your location to in order for the City to log that location into the system. You can also check out this short video on what to do when the water comes out discolored:
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