The next time you are out in the City, bring your reusable container and fill up at any of our free water bottle refilling "tap" stations! Find the one closest to you, or the closet public restroom, anywhere in San Francisco with our interactive map. You can also access a link to Google Maps directions by clicking on any pin in the map.
Our city’s drinking water is rigorously tested, safe, delicious, and free at these locations. Choose tap over bottled water when you’re on the go.
About San Francisco's DrinkTap Program
Since 2010, we have installed outdoor tap stations around our city to provide everyone with free access to high quality tap water while on the go. At our tap stations, you can use your own container to get free water instead of buying bottles – so you’re saving money and reducing waste at the same time.
About Our Water
Our water is tested more than 100,000 times each year and is highly regulated by the EPA. Our primary water source is the well-protected Tuolumne Watershed, where spring snowmelt flows down the Tuolumne River to Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, and then to San Francisco.
About the Data
The data from this map comes from San Francisco’s Open Data Portal, maintained by DataSF. You may download the full San Francisco Public Bathrooms and Water Fountains dataset.