We always keep the big picture in mind, so each year we review and update a 10-year financial plan. We also have other financial plans and policies to keep us on track.
We developed this plan to help us meet challenges and continue to deliver reliable water, power and sewer services.
This is our long-term vision for promoting sustainability within this high visibility area while bolstering its resilience to climate change, drought, and catastrophic events such as major earthquakes.
We are committed to being a good neighbor, and our programs support healthy and vibrant communities, education, arts, and the environment. Learn more.
We support environmentally healthy and safe communities with programs that offer green space access, sidewalk gardens, urban farms, and more.
We support racial justice by centering the agency's programs and resource allocations on racial and social equity, both as regional employer, as well as a service provider.
We protect and sustain the resources entrusted to our care. Learn more.
We want to ensure all residents can receive our news and updates, so we offer translation services, interpreters for hearings, and other programs for those with limited proficiency in English.
We are creating a more resilient future by managing our water and energy resources in balance with community and ecosystem needs.
We are committed to protecting our environment through plans and programs that minimize stormwater pollution.
Presents supply and demand projections through 2040, available supplies to meet existing and future demands under a range of water supply conditions, and demand management measures to reduce long-term water demand
Our plans help protect and sustain San Francisco's high quality water now and in the future.
PUC § 8387 requires that the SFPUC maintain and operate its electrical lines and equipment “in a manner that will minimize the risk of catastrophic wildfire posed by those electrical lines and equipment.”
In 2019, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors passed the Acquisition of Surveillance Technology Ordinance requiring an inventory of all surveillance technologies that are in possession or in use by City departments.