Description: SFPUC: Twin Peaks Reservoir Fence Replacement - The Project proposes the following at Twin Peaks reservoir in San Francisco: - In-kind replacement of the wrought-iron fence that surrounds the reservoir. - Replacement of the newer security fencing with taller security fencing. - Repair spalling on the concrete pilasters/reservoir perimeter wall
  • Reference:2024-004535ENV
  • Received:May 21, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1570 for ISCOTT Hearing 5-23-24 - SFMTA Order 1570 for ISCOTT Hearing 5-23-24
  • Reference:2024-004550ENV
  • Received:May 21, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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1434 LA PLAYA, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 1434 La Playa Street - Floodwater Management Grant - Funding for floodwater prevention grant project. Project is one backflow valve.
  • Reference:2024-004470ENV
  • Received:May 20, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Citywide Traffic Signal Visibility Upgrades - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to enhance pedestrian safety throughout the city by upgrading existing traffic signal heads with larger signal heads and installing traffic signal backplates with yellow retroreflective borders to improve visibility.
  • Reference:2024-004503ENV
  • Received:May 20, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Valencia Bikeway Improvements Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is proposing bicycle and pedestrian improvements on Valencia Street.
  • Reference:2024-004482ENV
  • Received:May 20, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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3500 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Ocean Beach Climate Change Adaptation Project, Long Term Improvements - After certification of the final EIR for the Ocean Beach Climate Change Adaptation Project and project approval, the City and County of San Francisco (the city) is proposing modifications to the approved project. The modified project proposes: (1) a variant to the Great Highway and Sloat Boulevard intersection during Phase 1 of construction and (2) a variant to the Sloat Boulevard entrance to the San Francisco Zoo. See attached project description.
  • Reference:2019-020115ENV-02
  • Received:May 17, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Presidio Yard - Redevelopment of SFMTA Presidio Yard bus yard.
  • Reference:2024-004372ENV
  • Received:May 16, 2024
  • Status:Open
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Part C - WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - Various locations - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right of way. (see project app for more details)
  • Reference:2024-004156ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL 1-4 As-Needed Relining and Repair Project - The proposed Project would consist of valve work at four existing valve lots located in the cities of Redwood City, East Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Milpitas. The Project also involves approximately 22-miles of pipeline relining of the existing BDPL pipelines which extend outside the valve lots.
  • Reference:2024-004142ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Innes Avenue Sidewalk - The Innes Avenue Sidewalk Improvements Project would install approximately 430-feet of new 6-foot wide sidewalk on the south side of Innes Avenue between the intersections of Donahue Street and Earl Street, and ADA-compliant curb ramps at the pedestrian crossing between the NW and NE sides of the intersection at Earl St. and at the pedestrian crossing between Innes Ave. and the NW corner of the intersection with Earl St. The existing condition on the south side of Innes Ave. is an unpaved slope without sidewalk characterized by ruderal vegetation. PG&E utility poles and a high-pressure hydrant are present at the base of the slope. Damaged granite curb and granite curb that has been pressed by vehicle traffic into the road bed is extant. The area contains mapped outcroppings of serpentine.
  • Reference:2024-004169ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Part B - WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - Various Locations - Project less than 1 mile in length withing the existing public right of way.
  • Reference:2024-004148ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #1 - WW-741 Various Locations Spot Main Sewer Replacement - Sewer replacement totaling approximately 4,321 linear feet at various locations - See application submitted for specific locations.
  • Reference:2024-004016ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1569 for ISCOTT Hearing 5-9-2024 - SFMTA Order 1569 for ISCOTT Hearing 5-9-2024
  • Reference:2024-004026ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Pilarcitos Dam Project - The SFPUC owns and operates Pilarcitos Reservoir in San Mateo County. The SFPUC is undergoing an evaluation of the dam to determine what improvements are needed at the dam and evaluating different alternatives. The SFPUC is the very early stages of design prior to environmental phase beginning.
  • Reference:2024-004022ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Van Ness Overhead Contact System Adjustments - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to perform adjustments to electrified Overhead Contact System (OCS) support wires at eight intersections in the northbound direction on Van Ness Avenue. The eight intersections include Van Ness Avenue at Hayes Street, Golden Gate Avenue, O’Farrell Street, Sutter Street, Washington Street, Jackson Street, Pacific Street, and Greenwich Street. The purpose of the adjustments would be to address concerns about the clearance between the existing OCS wires and traffic signals. OCS wires would be adjusted to provide a minimum of 36 inch in radial clearance between OCS spans and existing traffic signals. The scope of work would consist of the adjustment of existing OCS wires and associated equipment to meet the 36-inch clearance standard. Any equipment or hardware that is damaged or outdated would be replaced in-kind as necessary. Operational testing would be conducted on adjusted OCS systems upon completion. There would be no excavation performed as part of this work and no tree removal would be required. The proposed work would be carried out by a licensed contractor managed by the SFMTA.
  • Reference:2024-003890ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #70-72 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - #70 - Diamond Street between 21st Street and 22nd Street; Everson Street between Digby Street and Digby Street; 2nd Street between Mina Street and Natoma Street; 2nd Avenue between Balboa Street and Cabrillo Street; Marne Avenue between Miraloma Drive and Juanita Way; #71 - Cortland Avenue between Bonview Street and Bocana Street; Commonwealth Avenue between Geary Blvd. and Euclid Avenue; Guerrero Street at Duboce Avenue intersection; Majestic Avenue between Lakeview Avenue and Summit Street; #72 - Union Street between Octavia Street and Laguna Street; Harrison Street between 24th Street and 25th Street; 31st Avenue between Vicente Street and Escolta Way; Monticello Street between Holloway Avenue and Estero Avenue; Valley Street between Castro Street and end of street -- totaling approximately 342 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003870ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #71 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - #71 - Chestnut Street between Jones Street and Columbus Avenue; North Point Street between Mason Street and Powell Street; Russell Street between Eastman Place and Hyde Street; Davis Street between Sacramento Street and California Street - totaling approximately 1,556 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003877ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Purchase of EV and Alternative Fuel Buses - The City and County of San Francisco (City), by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to purchase electric vehicle (EV) and alternative fuel (e.g., hydrogen) buses for use at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). The buses would be used to transport passengers and Airport/tenant employees and as a backup mode of transportation if the AirTrain1 is out of service. The purchase of EV/alternative fuel buses would continue the ongoing conversion of Airport fleet, passenger, and employee vehicles to meet the City’s zero emission vehicle (ZEV) ordinances and State of California ZEV program goals, reduce vehicle emission of criteria air pollutants, and further the Airport’s sustainability goals and objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The purchase of capital assets such as EV/alternative fuel buses is a financial transaction that would not result in a direct or indirect physical change to the environment.
  • Reference:2024-003805ENV
  • Received:Apr 30, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy 2024-2025 Rates - SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy 2024-2025 Rates
  • Reference:2024-003765ENV
  • Received:Apr 30, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Wholesale Water Rates 2024-2025 - • Wholesale Water Rates 2024-2025
  • Reference:2024-003758ENV
  • Received:Apr 30, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: CleanPower 2024-2025 Rates - SFPUC: CleanPower 2024-2025 Rates
  • Reference:2024-003770ENV
  • Received:Apr 30, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Plot 3F DC Electrict Fast Chargers - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to construct and install electric vehicle (EV) charging ports and associated improvements and amenities (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to continue to convert Airport fleet, passenger, and employee vehicles to electric to meet the City’s zero emission vehicle (ZEV) ordinances and State of California ZEV program goals, reduce vehicle emissions of criteria air pollutants, and further the Airport’s sustainability goals and objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Reference:2024-003746ENV
  • Received:Apr 29, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 6762 for Public Hearing 5-3-24 - SFMTA Order 6762 for Public Hearing 5-3-24
  • Reference:2024-003552ENV
  • Received:Apr 24, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1568 for ISCOTT Hearing 4-25-24 - SFMTA Order 1568 for ISCOTT Hearing 4-25-24
  • Reference:2024-003487ENV
  • Received:Apr 22, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #70 Various Location-Sewer Replacement - #70 - Montcalm Street between Alabama Street and Peralta Avenue -- totaling approximately 413 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003441ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #69 Various Locations - Sewer Replacement - #69 - Clarendon Avenue between Laguan Honda Blvd. and Clarendon Woods Avenue; Clarendon Avenue between Johnston Dr. and Twin Peaks Blvd.; Laguna Honda Blvd. between Woodside Avenue/Merced Avenue and Vasquez Avenue; Laguna Honda Blvd. between Balceta Avenue and Hernandez Avenue; Laguna Honda Blvd. between Hernandez Avenue and Idora Avenue; Lower Terrace between Roosevelt Way and Lavant Street; Roosevelt Way between Cliffor Terrace and Lower Terrace; Clifford Terrace between Roosevelt Way and Upper Terrace; Miraloma Dr. at Juanita Way intersection -- totaling approximately 1,128 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003415ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #63-69 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - #63 - Divisadero St. btwn Duboce Ave. and 14th St.; Pierce St. btwn Waller St. and Haight St.; Rutledge St. btwn. Holladay Ave. and Mullen Ave.; Jennings St. at Egbert Ave. intersection; De Boom St. btwn 2nd St. and end of street. #64 - California St. btwn 20th Ave. and 21st Ave.; Turk St. btwn Leavenworth St. and Hyde St.; Welsh St. btwn 4th St. and end of street; Lincoln Way at 4th Ave. intersection; 7th Ave. btwn California St. and Lake St. #65 - 14th Ave. btwn Mandalay Lane and Radio Terrace; Byxbee St. btwn 19th Ave. and Sargent St.; 25th Ave. btwn Santiago St. and Taraval St.; San Lorenzo Way at Portola Dr. intersection. #66 - Quesada Ave. btwn Lane St. and 3rd St.; Fulton St. btwn Central Ave. and Masonic Ave.; Quintara St. at 22nd Ave. intersection; Miraloma Dr. btwn Juanita Way and Yerba Buena Ave. (easement); Avenue H btwn 9th St. and 11th St. #67 - Castro St. btwn 19th St. and 18th St.; Market St. btwn 6th St. and 7th St.; Market St. btwn 6th St. and Mason St.; Lincoln Way at La Playa St./Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. intersection. #68 - Kirkwood Ave. btwn Newhall St. and Phelps St.; 40th Ave. btwn Lincoln Way & Irving St.; Buckingham Way btwn 19th Ave. and Winston Dr. #69 - Sacramento St. btwn Leavenworth St. and Golden Court; Glenview Dr. at Portola Dr. intersection; Ulloa St. btwn 25th Ave. and 26th Ave.; Castro St. btwn 19th St. and 20th St.; Larkin St. btwn Willow St. and Eddy St. --totaling approximately 614 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003345ENV
  • Received:Apr 17, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6755 for Public Hearing 4/19/2024 - SFMTA Order 6755 for Public Hearing 4/19/2024
  • Reference:2024-003315ENV
  • Received:Apr 16, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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425 WEST PORTAL AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 425 West Portal Avenue - Floodwater Management Grant Program - Grant for funding the installation of trench drain across garage door threshold, backflow preventer valve, and wet flood proofing protection in garage.
  • Reference:2024-003211ENV
  • Received:Apr 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Power Distribution Pole Replacements - Hetch Hetchy Water and Power (HHWP) is proposing the replacement of distribution poles 18.04, 18.14, 18.15 & 18.19 and 18.23 along the Moccasin Powerhouse to Lowhead distribution line. The Project objective is to address poles that were identified during California Public Utilities Commission’s General Order 165 compliance inspections conducted by HHWP line crews. The proposed Project would replace the distribution poles to a new hole set adjacent to the existing poles. Due to limited access for a line truck, a backhoe would be used to excavate the new holes. The total extent of ground disturbance anticipated for each of the holes would be up to 24 inches wide (the width of the backhoe bucket is 18 inches) by 4 feet long by 6 feet deep. The existing poles will be removed by attaching them to the bucket of the backhoe and hauling the poles off-site for disposal. Excavated spoils will be compacted around the new poles and used to fill the hole where the existing pole was located. The project area has very little vegetation, and no trees or vegetation removal would be required to implement the Project. The work activities would be conditioned with SFPUC’s adopted Standard Construction Measures to avoid impacts to sensitive resources (nesting bird surveys if work occurred within the nesting season, and accidental discovery provisions in the event cultural materials were encountered during soil-disturbing activities).
  • Reference:2024-003205ENV
  • Received:Apr 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Contract B Geotech - The proposed project would involve investigatory potholing and geotechnical investigation along 42nd Avenue, Santiago Street, 32nd Avenue, Ulloa Street, 23rd Avenue, and Vicente Street in San Francisco. The geotechnical investigation would include approximately 21 borings and the investigatory potholing would include approximately 120 potholes.
  • Reference:2024-003171ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: WW-736 Castro Mission Sewer 18th St - Sewer Replacement and Lining - 18th Street between Eureka Street and Danvers Street; Douglass Street between 18th Street and 19th Street -- totaling approximately 2,230 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-003063ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: HVAC Replacement At SSRs - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace existing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment at Special Systems Rooms (SSRs) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). The HVAC equipment is in various interior and exterior locations at the International Terminal Building, Terminal 2, and Terminal 3 (see Exhibit A-1 and Exhibit A-2), and it is not visible from any public rights-of-way. Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s (SFEP) concurrence that the proposed replacement of HVAC equipment at SSRs is not a project under CEQA Guidelines Sections 15060(c)(2), 15060(c)(3), and 15378 and is consistent with SFEP’s Processing Guidance: Not a project under CEQA memo, dated September 18, 2013, bullet point #2.
  • Reference:2024-003029ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFO: Central Garage Resurfacing - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to resurface the 5th level of the Central Garage at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). The concrete deck wear surface, which was installed in 2010, is showing signs of deterioration and is nearing the end of its serviceable life. Central Garage resurfacing activities include: • Installing a new waterproof base coat and a traffic wear coat; • Removing and resealing the existing construction joints; • Repairing the concrete deck underside spalls; • Re-applying traffic striping and markings; and • Exploring potential stormwater plumbing improvements. For the remaining serviceable life of the Central Garage, the proposed work described above may be necessary on the other levels in the future. Resurfacing activities would protect and preserve the concrete deck wear surfaces and the deck underside levels of the Central Garage.
  • Reference:2024-002977ENV
  • Received:Apr 03, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA_Ortega Street Neighborway Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the Ortega Street Neighborway Project.
  • Reference:2024-002907ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO - Dissolution of Easement, South Airport Boulevard and San Bruno Avenue - Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s (SFEP) concurrence that the proposed dissolution of the easement is not a project under CEQA Guidelines Sections 15060(c)(2), 15060(c)(3), and 15378. Pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15378(b)(5), the dissolution of an easement is an organizational or administrative activity of the local government that would not result in a direct or indirect physical change to the environment.
  • Reference:2024-002943ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Power Misc Fees 2024-2025 - The SFPUC charges miscellaneous fees for services that are incurred or requested by an individual customer and not shared by the general Water, Sewer, or Power system. On May 10, 2016, the Commission adopted Resolution 16-0085 establishing the current miscellaneous fees for the Power Enterprise. These fees have been automatically adjusted annually by the Consumer Price Index to account for inflation since 2016. The proposed changes pertain to the existing Miscellaneous Power Charges under the M-1 rate schedule and the CleanPowerSF Termination Fees.
  • Reference:2024-002890ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1567 for ISCOTT Hearing 4-11-24 - SFMTA Order 1567 for ISCOTT Hearing 4-11-24
  • Reference:2024-002889ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Kirkham Street Neighborway Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the Kirkham Street Neighborway project.
  • Reference:2024-002904ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM Moderate and Low Risk Sites - he City and County of San Francisco owns and operates transmission lines along its right of way. To ensure sufficient clearance between the conductors and the ground, SFPUC would conduct one of the following at over 100 locations: 1. Reposition insulators on existing transmission towers from vertical to horizontal to increase the tension and elevate the lines 2. Grade soil beneath the conductors to increase the clearance distance between the ground and conductors. 3. Raise towers to increase overall height of the towers. 4. Install new structures as necessary in exceptional circumstances if there would still be a clearance deficiency even after raising the existing towers. The overall work area would be up to a 50-foot perimeter outside the base of each tower. Right-of-way segments between towers that would require minimal change to provide adequate clearance would be graded to reduce ground surface elevation and provide adequate ground-to-conductor clearance without modifications to tower structures or foundations.
  • Reference:2024-002876ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6752 for Public Hearing 4/5/2024 - SFMTA Order 6752 for Public Hearing 4/5/2024
  • Reference:2024-002883ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: Kinder Morgan Exploratory Geo-Boring Permit to Enter (Sunol) - 8255 Niles Canyon Road RD - Kinder Morgan Exploratory Geo-Boring Permit to Enter (Sunol) - An urgent, temporary repair was made in June of 2020 on the SFPP LS-16 highly refined petroleum product pipeline where it crosses Alameda Creek near Sunol, California. SFPP is restoring the Alameda Creek site and permanently relocating a section of LS-16 below ground using horizontal directional drill (HDD). In order to confirm the adequacy of the subsurface conditions, SFPP plans on performing 2 geotechnical borings. The borings are planned for locations within the existing LS-16 right-of-way (ROW). Kinder Morgan's contractor, Geosyntec, would drill two bore holes, both 10 inches in diameter: - The first bore would be located on the south bank of Alameda Creek and drilled to a depth of up to 120 feet below ground surface - The second boring would be located on the north bank and drilled to a depth of up to 60 feet deep below ground surface. Hand auguring would be employed for the first 5 feet if feasible. Kinder Morgan provided the boring locations in exhibit 8582-EX-06 (Exhibit B-1). The 10-inch boreholes would be backfilled with cement-bentonite grout and the excess soil cuttings (investigation derived waste) will be drummed and stored within the pipeline easement. Planned access to the geo-bore locations use existing roads and access routes along the LS-16 pipeline ROW as to avoid having to regrade or create new routes in the area. The project footprint is almost entirely within the Spring Valley Water Company Alameda Creek Water Conveyance System Historic District and also crosses the Sunol Aqueduct, a historical resource. The project would not include soil disturbance or above-ground construction with the potential to affect the contributing elements of the historic district, but a proposed access road crosses the alignment of the Sunol Aqueduct. No excavation or coring would occur in the project segment that crosses the Sunol Aqueduct. There are two known Native American archeological sites within 2,00-3,000 feet of the project site, both of which have yielded substantial numbers of human remains. Once of these sites, located on Arroyo de la Laguna (just east of the project site) was a buried deposit, under creek alluvium. On this basis, there is the potential that relevant data might be recovered during coring. Kinder Morgan will have an archeologist review the data in the geotechnical report, to provide soils data for archeological report, to provide soils data for archaeological analysis of the subsequent project.
  • Reference:2024-002932ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 25, 2024
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Description: SFPUC: Pine Lake Emergency Slope Restoration - SFPUC: Pine Lake Emergency Slope Restoration - The Project would include removal of compromised trees, protection of the existing concrete sewer, support for the 60-inch diameter Sunset Supply Line, slope repair and restoration, landscape restoration, and removal of debris from Pine Lake Park.
  • Reference:2024-002916ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Floodwater Management Grant Program - 37 Chenery - Installation of (1) new trench drain across garage entrance. Waterproofing of existing stairs and planter. Construction of planter as flood barrier. Minor concrete regrading of driveway. NOTE: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2024-002697ENV
  • Received:Mar 27, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1566 for ISCOTT Hearing 3-28-24 - SFMTA Order 1566 for ISCOTT Hearing 3-28-24
  • Reference:2024-002656ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Wastewater Misc Fees 2024-2025 - The SFPUC charges miscellaneous fees for services that are incurred or requested by an individual customer and not shared by the general Water, Sewer, or Power system. On May 8, 2018, the Commission adopted Resolution 18-0082 establishing the current miscellaneous fees for the Water and Wastewater Enterprises. Historically, these fees are revised every three to five years through an updated fee analysis. The proposed changes are a result of the latest Water and Wastewater Miscellaneous Fee study and pertain to the following categories of miscellaneous fees charged by the Wastewater Enterprise: W-47: Wastewater Enterprise Regulatory Compliance Fees.
  • Reference:2024-002634ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Water Misc Fees 2024-2025 - The SFPUC charges miscellaneous fees for services that are incurred or requested by an individual customer and not shared by the general Water, Sewer, or Power system. On May 8, 2018, the Commission adopted Resolution 18-0082 establishing the current miscellaneous fees for the Water and Wastewater Enterprises. Historically, these fees are revised every three to five years through an updated fee analysis. The proposed changes are a result of the latest Water and Wastewater Miscellaneous Fee study and pertain to the following categories of miscellaneous fees charged by the Water Enterprise: • Water Service Connections (W-40, W-41, & W-42) • Billing and Service Fees (W-44) • Land Use and Facility Rental and Use Fees (W-45) • Water Enterprise Regulatory Compliance Fees (W-46)
  • Reference:2024-002620ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: 8th Street, Clay Street, & Leavenworth Street Pavement Renovation & Sewer Replacement Project - SFPUC: 8th Street, Clay Street, & Leavenworth Street Pavement Renovation & Sewer Replacement Project - Clay Street between Polk Street and Larkin Street; Larkin Street between Clay Street and Sacramento Street; Clay Street between Larkin Street and Hyde Street; Clay Street between Leavenworth Street and Jones Street; Leavenworth Street between Turk Street and Golden Gate Avenue; 8th Street between Market Street and Mission Street; 8th Street between Mission Street Howard Street; 8th Street between Howard Street and Tehama Street -- totaling approximately 2,177 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-002491ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Plot 3F DC Electric Fast Chargers Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to construct and install electric vehicle (EV) charging ports and associated improvements and amenities (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to continue to convert Airport fleet, passenger, and employee vehicles to electric to meet the City’s zero emission vehicle (ZEV) ordinances and State of California ZEV program goals, reduce vehicle emissions of criteria air pollutants, and further the Airport’s sustainability goals and objectives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Reference:2024-002485ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: #54-62 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Work - #54-62 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way. Approximately 948 linear feet (see Project Summary Table for linear feet by location).
  • Reference:2024-002513ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Park Presidio Lombard HOV Lanes Project - SFMTA Park Presidio Lombard HOV Lanes Project
  • Reference:2024-002510ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #67B Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #67B Sewer Replacement - Various Locations: Turk Boulevard between Rossi Avenue and Stanyan Street; Turk Boulevard between Park Avenue and Temescal Terrace; Masonic Avenue between Waller Street and Frederick Street -- totaling approximately 80 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-002476ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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151 BEACH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2301 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_Kirkland Yard Electrification Project - The Kirkland Yard Electrification Project proposes to upgrade Kirkland Yard to store, maintain, and charge 111 (one-hundred and eleven) 40-foot BEB at the existing bus facility. Kirkland Yard currently stores, maintains, fuels, and services eighty-eight (88) 40-foot diesel hybrid buses.
  • Reference:2024-002441ENV
  • Received:Mar 20, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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1208 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1220 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1288 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1244 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1248 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1224 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1236 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1232 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1204 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1200 CARROLL AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1216 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1240 BANCROFT AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPW: SFFD Fire Training Facility -1236 Carroll Avenue (Addendum to MND) - The project is the purchase of the property and the proposed relocation of San Francisco Fire Department fire training facilities onto a 7.28-acre site bounded by Carroll Avenue, Hawes Street, Armstrong Avenue, and Griffith Street. Bancroft Avenue would be vacated and the parcels would be merged to form a contiguous site. The facility would be used for live fire training, classroom training, equipment training, and other forms of training for effective firefighting, and to improve operational efficiency by consolidating existing SFFD training facilities. The facility would replace existing fire department training facilities currently located at 2300 Folsom Street and on Treasure Island.
  • Reference:2021-004847ENV-02
  • Received:Mar 20, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Camp Mather Cabins Project - The City and County of San Francisco owns and operates, under the direction of the Recreation and Parks Department (RPD), a summer family camp at Camp Mather. Camp Mather is located west of Highway 120, off Evergreen Road. The project proposes to build two new 2-bedroom 1-bath cabins in Camp Mather across from existing Cottage 3. The cabins would be approximately 1,200 square feet in footprint and about 15 feet tall. Approximately 4,000 square feet of flat terrain would be graded to two feet prior to construction of concrete foundations and installation of the prefabricated cabins. Excavation of up to six feet would be needed to tie into existing underground utilities. The total construction duration would be approximately 32 weeks.
  • Reference:2024-002366ENV
  • Received:Mar 18, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6744 for Public Hearing 3-22-24 - SFMTA Order 6744 for Public Hearing 3-22-24
  • Reference:2024-002341ENV
  • Received:Mar 18, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Cameron Beach Pull-in Signal Cable Replacement Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install a new overhead aerial cable across San Jose Avenue in front of the SFMTA's Cameron Beach Yard (2301 San Jose Avenue). The new cable will provide power to existing transit and wayside signals heads. The cable would be attached to existing poles located in the east and west sidewalks.
  • Reference:2024-002318ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1565 for ISCOTT Hearing 3-14-24 - SFMTA Order 1565 for ISCOTT Hearing 3-14-24
  • Reference:2024-002170ENV
  • Received:Mar 12, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: 2023 Emergency Storm Road and Culvert Repair - Ongoing storm damage assessments have identified a culvert replacement and road failures in 3 separate locations in Tuolumne County. Immediate permanent repairs are needed to protect public health and safety and to maintain access to Hetch Hetchy Water & Power System facilities that provide essential public services. The associated Statutory Exemption details the proposed repair work and includes a description of repair sites, length of road affected (feet) and reference to the storm event that caused each site's damage.
  • Reference:2024-002140ENV
  • Received:Mar 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SF PORT: 2024 Port Special Event CatEx Renewal - Various special events to take place at the property of the Port of San Francisco throughout the year 2024, to include only temporary improvements, not to hinder access to the general event areas or views.
  • Reference:2024-002105ENV
  • Received:Mar 08, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
  • Approval Action Date:Mar 13, 2024
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1301 CESAR CHAVEZ ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 CESAR CHAVEZ ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_Islais Creek BEB Charging Infrastructure – Phase 1 - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install six (6) 60-foot Battery Electric Bus (BEB) charging stations that will make use of a new overhead steel frame gantry structure, six (6) inverted overhead pantographs, three (3) power links, three (3) electrical control panels, three (3) power blocks, and underground electrical, control, and communication conduits and wiring.
  • Reference:2024-002037ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Twin Peaks Reservoir Fence Replacement - The Project proposes the following at Twin Peaks reservoir in San Francisco: • In-kind replacement of the wrought-iron fence that surrounds the reservoir • Replacement of the newer security fencing with taller security fencing • Repair spalling on the concrete pilasters/reservoir perimeter wall
  • Reference:2024-002033ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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715 IOWA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 22ND ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_Woods Facility BEB Charging Infrastructure – Phase 2 - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install twelve (12) 40-foot Battery Electric Bus (BEB) charging stations that make use of a new overhead steel frame gantry structure, twelve (12) inverted overhead pantographs, six (6) power links, power controllers, and underground electrical, control, and communication conduits and wiring.
  • Reference:2024-002041ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Parcel: 9900064
Description: SFPUC: Mission Bay Ferry Landing Fireboat Manifold Project - The Port of San Francisco, proposes to construct and install a new fireboat manifold on Terry A. Francois Boulevard and 16th Street as a part of the Mission Bay Ferry Landing and Water Taxi Landing project for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). The new manifold would allow the San Francisco Fire Department’s fire boats to pump bay water to the City’s existing emergency firefighting water system. The installation of the new manifold would involve the installation of a 20-inch-diameter Earthquake Resistant Ductile Iron Pipe, a 20-inch direct buried gate valve on a concrete pad, a 20-inch check valve in a reinforced concrete valve vault, and a new manifold, located on the east side of Terry A. Francois Boulevard between Warrior Way and16th Street in the Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2017-008824ENV-02
  • Received:Mar 06, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Mission Bay Ferry Landing Fireboat Manifold Project - The Port of San Francisco, proposes to construct and install a new fireboat manifold on Terry A. Francois Boulevard and 16th Street as a part of the Mission Bay Ferry Landing and Water Taxi Landing project for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). The new manifold would allow the San Francisco Fire Department’s fire boats to pump bay water to the City’s existing emergency firefighting water system. The installation of the new manifold would involve the installation of a 20-inch-diameter Earthquake Resistant Ductile Iron Pipe, a 20-inch direct buried gate valve on a concrete pad, a 20-inch check valve in a reinforced concrete valve vault, and a new manifold, located on the east side of Terry A. Francois Boulevard between Warrior Way and16th Street in the Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2024-001888ENV
  • Received:Mar 04, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #27-53 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Work - SFPUC: #27-53 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Work - Various locations in SF. Approximately 2,289 linear feet. Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way -- totaling approximately 2,289 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-001780ENV
  • Received:Feb 29, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6740 for Public Hearing 3/8/24 - SFMTA Order 6740 for Public Hearing 3/8/24
  • Reference:2024-001762ENV
  • Received:Feb 29, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: WW-752 Sewer Inspection - The SFPUC proposes to conduct sewer main inspections at various locations within the City of San Francisco. The Project would include a total of approximately 17 miles of sewer main inspection.
  • Reference:2024-001726ENV
  • Received:Feb 27, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1564 for ISCOTT Hearing 2-22-24 - SFMTA Order 1564 for ISCOTT Hearing 2-22-24
  • Reference:2024-001477ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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118 NORIEGA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 118 Noriega Street - Floodwater Management Grant Program - SFPUC grant funding for installation of three (3) backwater flow control valves and associated demolition and reconstruction. Locations of valves: garage drain, french drain, drain in front of door in lower part of house.
  • Reference:2024-001444ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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1524 18TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 1524-1526 18th Street - Floodwater Management Grant Program - SFPUC grant funding for installation of trench drain and flood curb.
  • Reference:2024-001447ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPD: Flock ALPR - The San Francisco Police Department proposes to install approximately 420 stationary automated license plate reader (ALPR) cameras on existing light poles or traffic signal poles throughout San Francisco. The proposed Flock Safety Falcon ALPR camera is designed to read the rear license plates of vehicles that pass within the camera’s field of view and capture an image of the rear of the vehicle. The images could be compared against databases of stolen vehicles and stolen plates, databases of vehicles associated with missing or kidnapped people (“Amber Alerts”), compiled and queried for wanted vehicles as part of a criminal investigation, or used to respond to emergencies like critical incidents, terrorist attacks, or other life-threatening situations. The proposed project would assist the San Francisco Police Department in exercising its duties and responsibilities to safeguard life and limb, and to investigate crimes occurring in San Francisco. Each Flock Safety Falcon ALPR camera is comprised of a camera unit, a solar panel, and mounting clamp with a maximum installed weight of 30 pounds. The camera unit measures approximately 11 inches tall by 6 inches wide by 5 inches deep. The solar panel is approximately 2.5 feet wide by 5 inches thick by 2 feet tall. The mounting height of the camera is a minimum of 10 feet above ground with a maximum height of 18 feet above ground. Installation is designed to be non-permanent and non-marring. No cameras would be installed on any Path of Gold poles on Market Street or on poles within the Civic Center Historic District. The project would also include the installation of three new 14-foot-tall steel poles in Twin Peaks for attachment of an ALPR camera. The three proposed poles would have an approximately 2.5-foot-deep foundation with an anti-rotation bolt. Cameras and solar panels would have black housings or exterior paint, while the photovoltaic cells would have a bluish hue. The proposed clamps would be silver. The approximate number of cameras would be installed in the following neighborhoods: 49 in Bayview; 13 in Bernal Heights; 10 in Castro/Upper Market; 4 in Chinatown; 2 in Crocker Amazon; 1 in Diamond Heights; 3 in Downtown/Civic Center; 6 in Excelsior; 2 in Financial District; 3 in Glen Park; 13 in Golden Gate Park; 11 in Haight Ashbury; 13 in Inner Richmond; 8 in Inner Sunset; 25 in Lakeshore; 15 in Marina; 28 in Mission; 4 in Nob Hill; 4 in Noe Valley; 12 in North Beach; 8 in Ocean View; 16 in Outer Mission; 5 in Outer Richmond; 6 in Outer Sunset; 13 in Pacific Heights; 9 in Parkside; 14 in Potrero Hill; 2 in Presidio Heights; 12 in Russian Hill; 4 in Seacliff; 51 in South of Market, and 4 in Treasure Island/Yerba Buena Island; 7 in Twin Peaks; 14 in Visitacion Valley; 10 in West of Twin Peaks; and 19 in Western Addition. The approval action would be the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the San Francisco Police Department and SFMTA/SFPUC. Approval Action: MOU between SFPD and SFMTA/SFPUC Date of Approval Action: March 26, 2024 Date of Posting: March 26, 2024. Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case Number: 2024-001462ENV
  • Reference:2024-001462ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Police
  • Approval Action Date:Mar 26, 2024
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Description: SFPUC: Laguna, Howard and Mission Creek CSD - The proposed project would involve rehabilitating the combine sewer discharges (CSDs) at various locations throughout the city. Access to the CSDs would be through the existing manholes. No ground disturbance would be required.
  • Reference:2024-001341ENV
  • Received:Feb 15, 2024
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant Biosolids Digesters - Replacement of existing biosolids digesters and related facilities at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant.
  • Reference:2015-000644ENV-03
  • Received:Feb 15, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Kezar Pavilion - 755 Stanyan Street - The Recreation and Park Department proposes to renovate and seismically upgrade the Kezar Pavilion, which includes a gymnasium and adjoining annex. The pavilion would continue its use as a community recreation center and offices for associated staff and Golden Gate Park Rangers. The annex would be demolished and reconstructed with two levels above grade with basement. The gymnasium would be renovated to accommodate new structural systems, upgraded restroom facilities, expanded basketball court configurations with retractable bleachers and new accessible circulation. The floor of the gymnasium would be excavated to align with the new annex basement. The gym and annex would have newly aligned floor levels and would be adjoined by a circulation tower with a new elevator.
  • Reference:2024-001356ENV
  • Received:Feb 15, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: Downtown Ferry and South Beach Geotechnical Investigation - The proposed geotechnical investigation would involve up to 8 boring locations (1 borehole at each site) in the city of San Francisco. The Investigation would inform design plans to build a transmission level substation and mainline duct bank at Seawall Lot 328 to serve future customers along the northern water front. The 8 boring locations are further described below: 1. SWL 328-B1 (37.788576, -122.388702) 2. SWL 328-B2 (37.788667, -122.388457) 3. ROW-B3 (37.789091, -122.389665) 4. ROW-B4 (37.789959, -122.390780) 5. ROW-B5 (37.789960, -122.391195) 6. ROW-B6 (37.789542, -122.391732) 7. ROW-B7 (37.788840, -122.392589) 8. ROW-B8 (37.788180, -122.393427)
  • Reference:2024-001288ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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1501 SILVER AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1525 SILVER AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPH: Silver Avenue Family Health Center Renovation - 1525 Silver Avenue - The project proposes a comprehensive interior renovation, along with upgrades to the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. The entirety of the interior space would undergo demolition for renovation purposes; no exterior changes or excavation is proposed. Approval Action: DPH Director's Notice to Proceed Date of Approval Action: February 23, 2024 Date of Posting: February 12, 2024. Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case Number: 2024-001267ENV
  • Reference:2024-001267ENV
  • Received:Feb 13, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Health
  • Approval Action Date:Feb 23, 2024
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Description: SFMTA_Automated Photo Enforcement System Upgrade Contract 2 - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to construct new automated photo enforcement systems at eight signalized intersection approaches to preserve the health and safety of motorists, bicyclists and pedestrians by enforcing red signal violations. In addition, at some of the intersections, ADA-compliant curb ramps would be installed, where existing ramps are deficient per current standards. A detailed project description is attached and also available under Planning Record No. 2024-001277ENV.
  • Reference:2024-001277ENV
  • Received:Feb 13, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6732 for Public Hearing 2-16-2024 - SFMTA Order 6732 for Public Hearing 2-16-2024
  • Reference:2024-001232ENV
  • Received:Feb 12, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Bayview Multimodal Community Corridor Project - Non-Infrastructure Component - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the Bayview Multimodal Community Corridor Project – Non-Infrastructure Component. The project is an Active Transportation Program $857,000 grant awardee that was identified through the Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan (CBTP) process. The Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan consolidated past, ongoing, and future infrastructure projects and studies across the Bayview, to create a clear picture of community priorities, City commitments, and future demands on the transportation network. The proposed project involves community programming centered around the themes of walking and biking encouragement and education, in partnership with local community-based organizations. Elements include open street events (described below) in the Bayview neighborhood, group bike classes, community rides and walks, a Vision Zero outreach campaign, and material sharing at schools and local organizations. The non-infrastructure programming is generally targeted in the area east of 3rd Street in the Bayview Neighborhood, between Cargo Way and Carroll Avenue.
  • Reference:2024-001176ENV
  • Received:Feb 08, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #12-17 WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - Various locations in San Francisco (see Project Summary Table) Approximately 4,120 linear feet (see Project Summary Table for linear feet by location) Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 4,120 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-001126ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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2445 HYDE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Francisco Park - 2445 Hyde Street - This project proposes to install three light bollards along a pathway in the northwestern area of Francisco Park. The pathway currently has no lighting, which poses a safety concern for pedestrians. The light bollards are the same fixtures that are already installed in two different locations within the park. The three lights would be spaced evenly along the pathway and connect to the electrical box that is located at the base of the staircase and the end of the pathway. The bollard base dimensions are 8” diameter x 24” deep. The trench for the electrical conduit will be at least 6” deep. Approval Action: Planning Approval Letter Date of Approval Action: February 12, 2024 Date of Posting: February 12, 2024. Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case Number: 2024-001066ENV
  • Reference:2024-001066ENV
  • Received:Feb 06, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Feb 12, 2024
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Description: SFMTA Order 1563 for ISCOTT Hearing 2-8-24 - SFMTA Order 1563 for ISCOTT Hearing 2-8-24
  • Reference:2024-001024ENV
  • Received:Feb 05, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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1901 GEARY BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Kimbell Playground Athletic Renovation - The proposed project involves the removal and replacement of the existing synthetic turf athletic field turf. The turf would be removed and new turf would be installed. There would also be minor drainage improvements to the field's engineered base material and potentially replacement of existing storm drainpipes and/or base rock material to improve the field drainage. No excavation of native soils would occur. Other improvement items include the removal and replacement of existing chain link fencing/gates, minor concrete removal and replacement to meet current ADA code requirements for the pathway at Pierce Street and the replacement of existing park furniture such as benches, signs, trash cans, bleachers, etc. There would be minor modification to the existing restrooms in the clubhouse to make sure that the fixtures inside the restroom comply with current ADA codes. The layout of the field and fencing would not change. This project is an in-kind removal and placement of existing infrastructure.
  • Reference:2024-000936ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #1-26 WW-716 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - Various locations in San Francisco (see Project Summary Tables in application for details). Approximately 2,701 linear feet (see Project Summary Table for linear feet by location).
  • Reference:2024-000950ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP 10 Project - SFPUC: TLCM CP 10 Project - The SFPUC owns and operates over 160 linear miles of high-voltage transmission lines, which begin at SFPUC generation facilities in Tuolumne County and terminate in Newark, Alameda County. In order to mitigate ground-to-conductor clearance issues associated with its high-voltage transmission lines, the SFPUC has implemented the Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation (TCLM) program. The proposed project would correct a single ground to conductor clearance violation that has been detected on Lines 5 and 6 of the 230kV system. The correction will be accomplished through the installation of floating dead-end assemblies on towers 114S and 116S along with steel lattice reinforcements on both towers. The project also includes footing modifications on towers 113S, 114S, 116S, and 118S.
  • Reference:2024-000874ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6730 for Public Hearing 2-2-23 - SFMTA Order 6730 for Public Hearing 2-2-23
  • Reference:2024-000909ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: West SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - SFPUC: West SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - Mission St. btwn 11th St. and 10th St.; Mission St. btwn 10th St. and 9th St.; Mission St. btwn 9th St. and 8th St.; Natoma St. btwn 9th St. and 8th St.; 9th St. btwn Mission St. and Howard St.; 9th St. btwn Mission St. and Howard St.; 9th St. btwn Howard St. and Folsom St.; 8th St. btwn Harrison St. and Bryant St. -- totaling approximately 4,460 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-000830ENV
  • Received:Jan 30, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1562 for ISCOTT Hearing 1-25-24 - SFMTA Order 1562 for ISCOTT Hearing 1-25-24
  • Reference:2024-000660ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Rollins Road EV Stations - SFPUC: Rollins Road EV Stations - A California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Categorical Exemption was issued for the Rollins Road Roof Replacement project on November 20, 2023 (Case No. 2023-010783ENV) to restore the existing gravel roof at the SFPUC Water Quality Division (WQD) Administration Building (1657 Rollins Road, Burlingame, CA 94010). Restoration of the roof includes the installation of new flashings, resealing of drains, and the removal and replacement of the existing gravel with new gravel. This modification consists of installing approximately 120 feet of new conduit for electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at the Water Quality Division (WQD) Administration Building. Conduit trenching would occur underground within the parking lot and a portion of the conduit would be mounted on the WQD Administration Building. Trenching for the conduit would be approximately 1.5 feet wide and up to 2 feet in depth. Conduit installation would be completed in approximately two weeks and would require up to 8 crew members.
  • Reference:2024-000632ENV
  • Received:Jan 22, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6726 for Public Hearing 1-19-24 - SFMTA Order 6726 for Public Hearing 1-19-24
  • Reference:2024-000432ENV
  • Received:Jan 17, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #74 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #74 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - 25th Street btwn Potrero Avenue and Utah Street; Holyoke Street btwn Bacon Street and Wayland Street; Cuvier Street btwn Bosworth Street and end of street; Lee Avenue btwn Grafton Avenue and Lakeview Avenue - totaling approximately 67 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-000296ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #9 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - SFPUC: #9 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - #9 - Irwin Street between 7th Street and 8th Street - totaling approximately 1,546 linear feet.
  • Reference:2024-000292ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Golden Anderson Valve Shed Reconstruction - SFPUC: Golden Anderson Valve Shed Reconstruction - The proposed Project was identified by Hetch Hetchy Water and Power (HHWP) in response to a failed redundant valve in the Moccasin Domestic Water System (MDWS) supply line. The Golden Anderson Valve Shed houses redundant valve structures that regulate flow from the Moccasin Penstocks to the MDWS. In addition to valve repairs, the valve shed has deteriorated and requires reconstruction to protect the assets and improve the health and safety environment for HHWP employees. The project proposes to replace the failed redundant valves and rebuild the Golden Anderson Valve Shed on the existing foundation. Project activities include improving drainage, minor road grading, and installing a retaining wall. *See associated cover letter, maps and photos for complete project description.
  • Reference:2024-000284ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant Biosolids Digesters - Replacement of existing biosolids digesters and related facilities at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant.
  • Reference:2015-000644ENV-02
  • Received:Jan 10, 2024
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1561 for ISCOTT Hearing 1-11-24 - SFMTA Order 1561 for ISCOTT Hearing 1-11-24
  • Reference:2024-000203ENV
  • Received:Jan 09, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6720 for Public Hearing 1/5/2024 - SFMTA Order 6720 for Public Hearing 1/5/2024
  • Reference:2024-000056ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2024
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Underwater Tank Reservoir Inspection and Cleaning - SFPUC: Underwater Tank Reservoir Inspection and Cleaning - The SFPUC is currently contracting for the routine inspection, maintenance, and cleaning of various raw and treated water facilities within the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, spanning from San Joaquin to San Francisco counties. Work would occur at various SFPUC facilities within both regional and local water systems. These are specialized and technical underwater work activities conducted by a contractor under the supervision of the SFPUC Water Supply and Treatment Division of the Water Enterprise. The Project would include underwater fish screen cleaning and Division of Safety of Dams (DSOD) valve exercising at raw water supplies; treated water reservoir and tank inspections and cleanings; and as-needed inspection and cleaning of the Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS). These activities would occur on an as-needed basis, with no expansion of existing or former use.
  • Reference:2023-011577ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Water Radio - Skyline Tower - SFPUC: Water Radio - Skyline Tower - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to implement the Skyline Ridge Radio Tower on Skyline Boulevard in San Mateo County to improve the SFPUC’s radio communications and thereby improve the water and power system reliability. The Project proposes to add this radio tower to provide coverage to existing infrastructure that was previously not covered. The tower would also address safety concerns raised by SFPUC personnel and would be designed to meet critical requirements identified by the SFPUC Division for Infrastructure Maintenance and Operations and from user interviews.
  • Reference:2023-011574ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Boarding Areas F and G Infill and Connector Project - SFO: Boarding Areas F and G Infill and Connector Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to construct a new secure connector between Terminal 3 and the International Terminal Building, at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Under the Proposed Project, the Airport would replace the existing single-level elevated passenger connector bridge between Terminal 3 and ITB with an expanded connector that would allow provide adequate passenger movements and circulation space and provide additional space for airline tenants and U.S. Customs and Border Protection administrative activities. Airport staff requests approval from the San Francisco Environmental Planning Division that this project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to enhance passenger level of service by providing both secure and sterile passenger corridors connecting international and domestic flight passengers, increasing passenger egress and flow areas at both the connector and security checkpoints, and expanding on-site services for passenger amenities. The Proposed Project site is currently unused except for the existing passenger connector and would be built-up above an existing airport parking lot
  • Reference:2023-011595ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA_Funding Resolution for Kirkland Bus Yard Electrification Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to adopt a Resolution of Local Support for a pending $3,815,000 grant awarded by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). The resolution would allow the SFMTA to receive the grant funding from MTC and provide assurances for complying with MTC policies associated with receipt of these funds. Funds from the grant would be used for feasibility and planning studies associated with the SFMTA's Kirkland Bus Yard Electrification Project (project). The Kirkland Yard Electrification Project proposes to upgrade Kirkland Yard to store, maintain, and charge 111 x 40-ft Battery Electric Buses (BEBs) at the existing bus facility. Kirkland Yard currently stores, maintains, fuels, and services 88 x 40-ft hybrid buses. The project site is in the Fisherman’s Wharf area of San Francisco, specifically the block bounded by Beach, Stockton, North Point, and Powell Streets. RM3 funds allocated for the Kirkland Bus Yard Electrification Project will support the feasibility and planning studies required for development of the project. $1,415,000 of grant funding will fully fund the project’s environmental phase and $2,400,000 will be used for the early stages of design (10.8% of design’s $22,315,000 estimated cost), including developing the alternate project delivery Request for Qualifications/Proposals (“RFQ/P”) documents for advertisement of a progressive design build (PDB) construction contract. This resolution does not approve, fund, or authorize construction of the Kirkland Bus Yard Electrification Project. The project would be subject to further CEQA review during the environmental and design phases of the project.
  • Reference:2023-011564ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1560 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/21/23 - SFMTA Order 1560 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/21/23
  • Reference:2023-011544ENV
  • Received:Dec 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Terminal 3 West Infill Project - SFO: Terminal 3 West Infill Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to renovate and expand a portion of Terminal 3 West (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to accommodate modern passenger and security screening activities, implement facility mechanical system upgrades, and structurally improve the building pursuant to the American Society of Civil Engineers standards.
  • Reference:2023-011487ENV
  • Received:Dec 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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1700 SILVER AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
198 WATERVILLE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Silver Terrace Playground - The project will renovate the existing children's playground, add a Nature Exploration Area (NEA) with picnic tables, resurface portions of the existing concrete walkways to be ADA compliant, add one ADA parking stall and bicycle racks to the existing parking lot. The project will also rebuild the concrete steps at the east alley entrance and include a new handrail. If funding allows, the project will replace the wood retaining walls at the south and east boundaries with new concrete or wood retaining walls and resurface the existing parking lot. In the children's playground, the existing play equipment, sand surfacing, subsurface drainage, benches, and fencing will be removed and replaced with new play equipment, nature exploration features, resilient play surface, drainage system, a variety of seating like benches and picnic tables, fencing, and landscaping. The new equipment will include structures such as climbing structures, swings, slides, earthen berms with tunnels, and nature exploration features including carved logs, boulders, and erect timber climbing features. The existing subsurface drainage system will be replaced and tie into an existing catch basin/sand trap. The octagon-shaped sand play area will remain and be refurbished due to its historical significance. General depth of disturbance for the whole project is expected to be around 24-inches. Some elements such as the play equipment pier footings will be deeper at 54-inch depths.
  • Reference:2023-011466ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Parcel: 7090019
Parcel: 7090018
Description: REC & PARK: Randolph and Bright Mini Park - The project will renovate the existing children's playground and add a Nature Exploration Area (NEA). In the children's playground, the old play equipment, sand surface, low walls, benches, and fencing will be removed and replaced with new play equipment, nature exploration features, resilient play surface, seating, and picnic tables, fencing and landscaping. The new nature exploration features will include nature exploration elements such as carved logs, boulders, and erect timber climbing features. Existing concrete paving will be removed and replaced. New concrete retaining walls at the north side of the park will retain the grade where needed, at 36-inch maximum height. New steel handrails will be installed at existing concrete steps. General depth of disturbance for the whole project is expected to be around 24-inches. Some elements such as the play equipment pier footings will be deeper at 54-inch depths.
  • Reference:2023-011469ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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560 ELLIS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
570 ELLIS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Tenderloin Recreation Center - The scope of the project is to renovate the existing children's playground, add a Nature Exploration Area (NEA), picnic tables, and ADA improvements to the existing ramp and restrooms. If funding allows, trees will be planted, portions of asphalt and fence will be removed, and additional NEA features and a gate will be installed along the northeastern corner of the property. In the existing children's playground, the old play equipment, rubber tile surfacing over asphalt, benches and fencing will be removed and replaced with new play equipment, nature exploration features, resilient play surface, benches and picnic tables, fencing and landscaping. New nature exploration features include carved logs, boulders, and erect timber climbing features. ADA improvements will include reconfiguring the steel handrails at the existing wheelchair ramp, installing electronic actuators on existing doors, and changing the tile veneer in the existing restrooms to achieve clearances. General depth of disturbance for the whole project is expected to be around 24-inches. Some elements such as the play equipment pier footings will be deeper at 54-inch depths.
  • Reference:2023-011473ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #97-105 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #97-105 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #97 - Bellevue Ave. btwn Pope St. and Guttenberg St.; Hyde St. btwn Vallejo St. and Green St.; 30th Ave. btwn Escolta Way and Wawona St.; Harrison St. btwn 25th St. and 26th St.; 48th Ave. btwn Irving St. and Judah St.; #98 - San Bruno Ave. btwn Ordway St. and Harkness Ave.; Mission St. btwn 21st St. and 22nd St.; 3rd St. btwn 24th St. and 25th St.; Hoffman Ave. btwn 24th St. and 25th St. #99 - Arlington St. at Roanoake St. intersection; Raymond Ave. btwn Delta St. and Elliot St.; 17th St. btwn Valencia St. and Hoffman St.; Webster St. btwn Sacramento St. and Clay St.; Great Highway btwn Ulloa St. and Vicente St. #100 - Alemany Blvd. at Naglee Ave. intersection; Rae Ave. at Whipple Ave. intersection; Marcela Ave. btwn Pacheco St. and Sola Ave.; O'Shaughnessy Blvd btwn Del Vale Ave. and Malta Dr.; Juniper Serra Blvd at Holloway Ave. intersection; Monticello St. btwn Sargent St. and 19th Ave.; #101 - Cashmere St. btwn Hudson Ave. and end of street; Pinehurst Way btwn Ocean Ave. and Kenwood Way; Jersey St. btwn Sanchez St. and Vicksburg St.; Acadia St. btwn Joost St. and end of street; Hoffman Ave. btwn 24th St. and 25th St. #102 - Mission St. btwn Clarion Alley and 17th St.; Mission St. btwn Sycamore St. and 18th St.; Bay St. btwn Mason St. and Taylor St.; 26th St. at De Haro St. intersection; Chenery St. at Elk St. intersection. #103 - Chester Ave. btwn Randolph St. and end of street; San Pablo Ave. btwn Portola Dr. and Santa Monica Way; Geary Blvd btwn Palm Ave. and Arguello Blvd.; Florence St. btwn Vallejo St. and end of street; Lake St. btwn 12th Ave. and 11th Ave. #104 - Monticello St. btwn Sargent St. and Shields St.; 25th Ave. btwn Noriega St. and Ortega St.; Louisburg St. btwn Niagara Ave. and Geneva Ave.; Duboce Ave. btwn Castro St. and Scott St. #105 - 21st St. btwn Sanchez St. and Church St.; Howard St. at 5th St. intersection; Sacramento St. btwn Divisadero St. and Broderick St.; Folsom St. btwn 21st St. and 22nd St.; Rousseau St. btwn Bosworth St. and Mirando Way -- totaling approximately 608 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-011292ENV
  • Received:Dec 11, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #10 - WW-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - SFPUC: #10 - WW-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - CSO #10: Yale St. between Wayland St. and end of street; Dartmouth St. between Silver Ave. and Silliman St. -- totaling approximately 133 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-011193ENV
  • Received:Dec 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: NRLM Hazard Fuels Reduction and Native Species Habitat Site Improvement - The SFPUC has conducted tree inspections and surveys of SFPUC lands in San Francisco and determined there are approximately 184 hazard trees in five separate areas around the City that require removal to reduce potential life and safety risk and improve native species habitat. The sixth project location is a Green Re-Use Facility where green waste would be hauled off and disposed of. The Project would reduce fuel loads in open space areas around the City as well as hazard trees. All of the proposed tree removals are located on SFPUC property. The Project would be initiated upon completion of the environmental review process.
  • Reference:2023-011138ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: WD-2720 Water Main Replacement - SFPUC: WD-2720 Water Main Replacement - Coso Ave. between Coleridge Ave. and Precita Ave.; Precita Ave. between Voso Ave. and Shotwell St.; Precita Ave. between Folsom St. and Harrison St.; Precita Ave. between Harrison St. and Alabama St.; Precita Ave. between Alabama St. and Florida St.; Precita Ave. between Florida St. and Bryant St.
  • Reference:2023-011143ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6715 for Public Hearing 12-8-23 - SFMTA Order 6715 for Public Hearing 12-8-23
  • Reference:2023-011102ENV
  • Received:Dec 04, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1559 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/7/2023 - SFMTA Order 1559 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/7/2023
  • Reference:2023-011015ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_38th Avenue and Geary Boulevard Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) to improve pedestrian safety at 38th Avenue and Geary Boulevard. The project would involve the installation of four new RRFB signal poles and foundations.
  • Reference:2023-010946ENV
  • Received:Nov 28, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Radial Clearance Activities along Upcountry Power Distribution - SFPUC: Radial Clearance Activities along Upcountry Power Distribution - The SFPUC, Hetch Hetchy Water and Power owns and operates 22kV electrical distribution equipment across fee- owned property, easements, and rights of ways, including Raker Act Rights- of- Ways over federal lands. Distribution systems originate from Holm Powerhouse, Kirkwood Powerhouse, and Moccasin Powerhouse, and terminate at Cherry Lake, O’Shaughnessy Dam, and Priest / Moccasin Peak, respectively. Equipment includes the conductors, poles, transformers, and appurtenant equipment such as guy wires, anchors, fuses, etc. This equipment is subject to an extensive, complex and overlapping set of regulations mandating electrical equipment clearances, including but not limited to: • California PRC § 4291 • California PRC § 4292 • California PRC § 4293 • CPUC GO 95 Rule 35 • CPUC GO 95 Appendix E Guidelines to the Rule 35 • CPUC GO 174 • CAL FIRE’S Power Line Fire Prevention Field Guide – 2021 Under this intensive regulatory framework, HHWP is required to regularly inspect vegetation adjacent to regulated equipment, document non-conforming clearances, and then correct the deficiencies within a time frames defined in the regulations. Non-conforming clearances include portions of vegetation growing within the specified radial distances for equipment and/ or, vegetation that is dead, dying, diseased, or otherwise unsound (as defined by the regulations) and pose a “fall-in threat” to the equipment. The SFPUC must perform the work, which includes trimming vegetation and removing hazard trees, to mitigate the clearance deficiencies in a timely manner. Non-conformance or negligence in performing maintenance work introduces liability concerns for utility ignited wildfire events.
  • Reference:2023-010916ENV
  • Received:Nov 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Phelps Substation Upgrade JOC Task Order Project - The Phelps Substation is an SFMTA substation that provides power to SFMTA light rail vehicles (LRV) along Third Street. PG&E provides alternating current (AC) electrical service to the substation, which is then converted to direct current (DC) traction power. The amount of DC traction power that can be supplied to SFMTA’s traction power network is limited to the amount of service electrical load demand provided by PG&E. Due to the need for a more reliable and resilient electrical service along Third Street, SFMTA has coordinated with PG&E to upgrade service electrical load demand to the Phelps Substation. To facilitate this upgrade, the Phelps Substation Upgrade JOC Task Order (Project) would install underground conduits at two upstream locations: Phelps Street (between Hudson and Innes avenues) and Galvez Avenue (between Newhall and Mendell Streets). In addition, one new pull box would be installed at the Galvez Avenue location.
  • Reference:2023-010792ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Rollins Road Roof Restoration Project - SFPUC: Rollins Road Roof Restoration Project - The Project proposes to restoring the existing gravel roof at the SFPUC Water Quality District (WQD) Administration Facility at Rollins Road. The building was constructed in 1957 and is approximately 66 years old. Restoration of the roof includes the installation of new flashings, resealing of drains, and the removal and replacement of the existing gravel with new gravel.
  • Reference:2023-010783ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Hummingbird Farm - SFPUC: Hummingbird Farm - The Project involves further development of the existing Hummingbird Farm (a community garden). The proposed features would improve site drainage and bio-retention, improve pedestrian and vehicular access from Geneva Avenue, preserve and enhance existing native plants and landscaping, enhance stormwater capture, and provide additional spaces for community gatherings and fresh food production. The Project components include the following: new tree plantings, concrete stormwater swale, new bioretention swales, timber walls, pedestrian walkways, stone walls, wood arbor, new hoop houses, a new green house, a compost toilet, box steps, pipe rail swing gate, gabion walls, concrete wall, concrete curb, asphalt paving, split rail fence, sump and drainage pipes.
  • Reference:2023-010795ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Superbay Hangar Renovation Project - SFO: Superbay Hangar Renovation Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to repair, replace, and/or upgrade various interior and exterior components of the Superbay Hangar (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is both categorically and statutorily exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to extend the life of a critical aircraft maintenance facility. The Superbay Hangar’s systems have exceeded their lifespans, have deteriorated due to deferred maintenance, and need to be repaired, replaced, and/or upgraded (including replacement of the maintenance staff fall protection system, which has been deemed unsafe and rendered unusable, and the leaking roof).
  • Reference:2023-010787ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: DPW: Oakdale Lighting Improvement - The Oakdale Lighting Improvement project proposes the construction of 30 new pedestrian-scale and roadway-scale streetlights along Oakdale Avenue between Lane and Phelps Streets. The Project would include streetlight improvement and new underground conduits for power connections. Affected sidewalks and roadway would be restored in kind. All existing streetlights would be maintained throughout the project construction and removed after the new streetlights are installed and accepted by the City. Anticipated excavation volume is estimated at 180 CY with depths as follows: 1) Roadway-12 inches 2) Concrete Sidewalk-13 inches 3) Street Light Pole Foundation-10 feet 4) Street Light Conduits-2 feet 5) Pull box Excavation-2 feet Vehicular and pedestrian traffic will likely be restricted during various phases of construction, although access to businesses and local residents will always be maintained, as feasible. Project construction would take approximately 12 months, estimated to be up to 365 (non-continuous) calendar days.
  • Reference:2023-010626ENV
  • Received:Nov 14, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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2300 FOLSOM ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPW: SFFD FS7 Safety Rails - 2300 Folsom Street - The SFFD Training Tower was constructed in approximately 1953 along with the adjacent Fire Station 7 and Training Building as part of a1952 bond act that funded construction of many new SFFD fire stations. The training tower is a 7-story, concrete building. Originally clad in brick with a fire escape on north side, the training tower has doors on north side at each level to access the fire escape and windows on other three sides. In 2006, the brick was removed due to anchorage failures and replaced with cement plaster. A second fire escape was added on south side, although this new fire escape has no access except from roof level and integral drop-down ladder to grade. The fire escapes are constructed similar to many fire escapes in San Francisco and are constructed entirely of galvanized steel members that are typically bolted together. In 2023, Cal-OSHA has requested SFFD raise the height of the guardrail at the original fire escape on north side to a minimum of 42-inches to allow for safe use during training exercises. The fire escape is comprised of galvanized steel flat bar members that are bolted or welded together. The existing top rail is a 1-1/4" x 5/16" flat bar that is located approximately 2'-6" above the deck of the landing of the fire escape and is supported on 1/4"x3/4" vertical "pickets' spaced at 6-inches on center. The project will be completed by a JOC Contractor and licensed engineer experienced in inspecting, testing, designing, repairing and maintaining fire escapes. This engineer will design and engineer the new top bar and supports, submit for permit, conduct load testing, and construct the new top rail and supports to meet requirements for loading and height.
  • Reference:2023-010634ENV
  • Received:Nov 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFMTA Order 6705 for Public Hearing 11-3-23 - SFMTA Order 6705 for Public Hearing 11-3-23
  • Reference:2023-010558ENV
  • Received:Nov 13, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_3rd Street Quick-Build Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement bicycle and pedestrian improvements on 3rd Street, between the Lefty O'Doul/3rd Street Bridge and Townsend Street. The 3rd Street Quick-Build Project would improve bike connections and pedestrian safety along the project corridor and supports citywide Vision Zero efforts to reduce severe and fatal traffic collisions on city streets.
  • Reference:2023-010486ENV
  • Received:Nov 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL 1-4 Relining Potholing Investigation Project - SFPUC: BDPL 1-4 Relining Potholing Investigation Project - The proposed potholing investigation would aid in the planning and design for the installation of new valves at several existing valve lots located in the cities of Redwood City, East Palo Alto, Stanford, Mountain View, and Milpitas. The potholing investigation would involve up to 15 potholing locations, using slot trench method with a maximum dimension of approximately 8 feet wide, by 8 feet long, and 7 feet deep for each slot trench at the following locations: Redwood City Valve Lot: (37.472826°, -122.216289°) 8 slot trenches Ravenswood Valve Lot: (37.484329°, -122.133068°) 2 slot trenches. One of the slot trenches will be outside of the fenced in valve lot near the Intertie BDPL5 to BDPL2 location Stanford Tunnel Valve House West: (37.416395°, -122.183276°) 2 slot trenches Stanford Tunnel Valve House East: (37.416295°, -122.178847°) 1 slot trench Mountain View Alviso Valve Lot: (37.397952°, -122.040243°) 1 slot trench Calaveras Valve Lot: (37.432499°, -121.895894°) 1 slot trench
  • Reference:2023-010454ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Throttling Station No. 2 East Right of Way Improvement Project - SFPUC: Throttling Station No. 2 East Right of Way Improvement Project - As a result of poor drainage, sediments have been settling around the Throttling Station No. 2 facility. The insufficient drainage impacts work crew's ability to maintain safe and reliable access to this critical facility. Project activities include the installation of new rock lined drainage ditches around the existing generator building and propane tank enclosure, Throttling Station 2E, and the blowoff structure. The northern side of the throttling station would be graded and crushed rock would be installed. The existing access road would be surfaced with Class II aggregate base materials. Drainage would be installed on either side of the access road using crushed rock.
  • Reference:2023-010337ENV
  • Received:Nov 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #10 - WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #10 - WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement - Grove St. btwn Polk St. and Larkin St. -- totaling approximately 249 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-010318ENV
  • Received:Nov 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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122 STATES ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
199 MUSEUM WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPW: Peixotto Playground Slope Mitigation - Beaver Street and 15th Street - DPW: Peixotto Playground Slope Mitigation - Beaver Street and 15th Street - The proposed project would conduct slope mitigation work that consists of grubbing and scaling of unstable rock blocks and vegetation from the slope surface behind Peixotto Playground located at Corona Heights Park. Maximum excavation anticipated is 1.5-feet to unearth and/or loosen rocks and vegetation. Slope mitigation is needed as assessed by Public Works sub-consultant earlier this year after a weather event caused a rock fall/debris flow. Following work, Public Work's as-needed consultant would perform further geological mapping of the site for assessments and recommendations for future rockslide solutions on the slope. 5 damaged trees may need to be removed on site for proper site clearance and mapping by consultant. The project geologist will assess this during construction. Any existing structures and/or historic buildings on the lot will not be affected or disturbed from the proposed work.
  • Reference:2023-010322ENV
  • Received:Nov 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: REC & PARK: Twin Peaks Trail Improvements - REC & PARK: Twin Peas Trail Improvements - Trail restoration; provide new trail link to Portola Drive; repair existing guardrails; repair existing steps; provide new box steps and stringer steps with handrails as necessary; provide new protective fencing and low retaining walls as needed; decommission social trails to protect sensitive habitat and improve public safety; clear and grub; provide soil erosion control measures; native plant restoration; and provide park/trail welcome signs, directional signs and wayfinding signage. The project scope includes: 1.) demolition and off-haul of existing trail steps, guardrails, fencing, signage and concrete walls; 2.) clearing and benching of new trail alignment; and 3.) installation of box steps, stringer steps, guardrails, split rail fencing, signage, plant restoration and erosion control measures. Estimate duration of construction: 231 days Volume of anticipated excavations: 230 cu. yds Area of anticipated excavations: 5,000 sq. ft.
  • Reference:2023-010279ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Order 1558 for ISCOTT Hearing 11-9-23 - SFMTA Order 1558 for ISCOTT Hearing 11-9-23
  • Reference:2023-010246ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Funding Resolution for Pay or Permit Parking Expansion Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to adopt a Resolution of Local Support for a pending $1,493,564 grant awarded by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC). The resolution would allow the SFMTA to receive the grant funding from MTC and provide assurances for complying with MTC policies associated with receipt of these funds. Funds from the grant would be used for the SFMTA's Pay or Permit Expansion Project. The Pay or Permit Expansion Project expands upon the SFMTA's Pay or Permit Parking regulation which was approved by the SFTMA Board of Directors in 2018. The regulation allows the agency to establish Pay or Permit Parking areas to manage parking within residential/commercial areas, requiring visitors to pay for parking (utilizing pay stations) while providing free parking for permit-holding residents. The Pay or Permit Expansion Project proposes to add additional Pay or Permit Parking areas in San Francisco, expanding these areas by 67 blocks, or 268 pay stations (Figure 1). While the SFMTA has not yet committed to the exact locations for new Pay or Permit Parking areas, selection would be based on a thorough analysis of existing Pay or Permit Parking data, data from potential Pay or Permit Areas, as well as thorough public engagement processes in the selected neighborhoods. Anticipated scope of work for installing pay stations includes drilling approximately 4-inches into the existing concrete sidewalk. Approval of final locations for Pay or Permit Parking areas will require approval from the SFMTA Board as well as additional California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review.
  • Reference:2023-010249ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: MLTP Improvement Project - SFO: MLTP Improvement Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace and upgrade various components of the sanitary sewer treatment system at the Mel Leong Treatment Plant (MLTP) at San Francisco International Airport (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department - Environmental Planning Division's concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The MLTP consists of two discrete and separate systems; the Sanitary Plant (MLTP-SP) treats sanitary sewage, and the Industrial Wastewater Plant (MLTP-IWP) treats industrial wastewater. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to upgrade the existing sanitary sewer treatment system to replace end-of-life components and to increase sanitary system capacity to meet immediate existing regulatory requirements and meet future demand for treatment. The existing system is undersized and must be expanded and replaced. Implementation of the Proposed Project would also ensure that the MLTP-SP would continue to comply with the conditions and requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit.
  • Reference:2023-010236ENV
  • Received:Nov 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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2601 40TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: South Sunset Clubhouse Project - 2601 40th Avenue - REC & PARK: South Sunset Clubhouse Project - 2601 40th Avenue- South Sunset Clubhouse is a 2,600 square-foot single-story clubhouse which includes a multi-purpose room, restrooms, a kitchen, and an office. The building, originally constructed in 1949, was last renovated in 1992 and is in need of repair to better serve the community. Planned improvements to the clubhouse include the renovation of interior spaces in the clubhouse, access improvements, and beautification.
  • Reference:2023-010224ENV
  • Received:Nov 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #86-96 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #86-96 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #86 - Connecticut St. btwn 18th St. and Mariposa St.; Homestead St. btwn 24th St. and 25th St.; Lombard St. btwn Powell St. and Mason St.; Noe St. btwn 30th St. and Laidley St.; Cole St. btwn Grove St. and Hayes St. #87 - Fillmore St. btwn Broadway and Pacific Ave.; Oriole Way btwn Pacheco St. and Cragmont Ave. easement; Wright St. btwn Holladay AVe. and Montcalm St.; Irving St. at 6th Ave. intersection; 10th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St. #88 - Lawton St. btwn 40th AVe. and 41st. Ave.; Ocean Ave. btwn Morningsice Dr. and Gellert Dr.; 15th St. btwn South Van Ness Ave. and Natoma St.; Park Hill AVe. btwn Buena Vista Ave. East and Roosevelt Way; #89 - Ashbury St. btwn Oak St. and Page St.; Parnassus Ave. btwn Woodland Ave. and Willard St.; Quesada Ave. btwn Rankin St and Selby St.; Green St. btwn Octavia St. and Laguna St.; 38th Ave. btwn Cabrillo St. and Balboa St. #90 - Sacramento St. btwn Divisadero St. and Broderick St.; Oak St. btwn Steiner St. and Pierce St.; Haight St. btwn Broderick St. and Baker St.; Ashbury St. btwn Oak St. and Page St.; Custer Ave. btwn Quint St. and Rankin St. #91 - Pope St. btwn Brunswick St. and Hanover St.; Ellsworth St. btwn Eugenia Ave. and Cortland Ave.; Washington St. btwn Maple St. and Cherry St.; Bay View St. btwn Pomona St. and Flora St.; 25th Ave. at end of street (near Baker Beach Sea Cliff access) #92 - Oakwood St. btwn 18th St. and 19th St.; Park St. btwn Holly Park Circle and Andover St.; Navy Road btwn Griffith St. and La Salle Ave.; Clement St. btwn 14th Ave. and 15th Ave. #93 - Yukon St. btwn Short St. and Eagle St.; Prague St. btwn Brazil Ave. and Persia Ave.; Pope St. btwn Morse St. and Brunswick St.; Folsom St. btwn Sherman St. and Moss St.; Castro St. btwn Duboce Ave. and 14th St. #94 - Fillmore St. btwn Green St. and Union St.; Green St. btwn Webster St. and Steiner St. #95 - Fillmore St. btwn Union St. and Filbert St.; 16th St. btwn Sharon St. and Dehon St.; 47th Ave. btwn Moraga St. and Noriega St. #96 - Chestnut St. btwn Webster St. and Fillmore St.; 37th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Fulton St.; Balboa St. btwn 44th Ave. and 45th Ave. -- totaling approximately 1,188 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-010193ENV
  • Received:Oct 31, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Tower 721N Guardrail Installation - SFPUC: Tower 721N Guardrail Installation - Hetch Hetchy Water & Power (HHWP) transmission tower 721N is located immediately adjacent to County Highway J2 (Tesla/Corral Hollow Road). Currently, the tower's western approach along the highway is protected by a guardrail; however, the eastern side of the tower has no guardrail protection, causing it to be vulnerable to damage if westbound traffic were to veer from the road. The proposed project involves the removal of the existing guardrail on the western approach and installation of a new guardrail on both the western and eastern sides of the tower for protection. The new guardrail would be supported on 25 6-foot-long steel posts driven below ground to a depth of approximately 3 feet 5 inches (maintaining an aboveground clearance of 2 feet 7 inches). The steel posts would be W6x9 steel posts, which have an "I" shape with a top width of 5.9 inches and top length of 3.94 inches. The steel posts would be driven vertically into the ground by a guardrail post driver machine.
  • Reference:2023-010001ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #75-85 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #75-85 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #75 - Bryant St. btwn 4th St. and 5th St.; Grove St. btwn Central Ave. and Masonic Ave.; Alton Ave. btwn Castenada Ave. and 8th Ave. Easement; 19th Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; Valencia St. btwn 16th St. and 17th St.; #76 - Shrader St btwn Carmel St. and Belgrave Ave.; Anza St. btwn 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.; Kansas St. btwn 22nd St. and 23rd St.; Potrero Ave. btwn 20th St. and 21st. St.; Arguello Blvd. btwn Cornwall St. and Euclid Ave. #77 - Marston Ave. btwn Edna St. and end of street; Oak St. btwn Central Ave. and Masonic Ave.; Joost Ave. btwn Detroit St. and Edna St.; San Carlos St. btwn 19th St. and 18th St.; Collingwood St. btwn 20th St. and 21st St. #78 - Alvarado St. btwn Castro St. and Diamond St.; San Jacinto Way btwn Santa Paula Ave. and San Felipe Ave.; Balboa St. btwn 3rd Ave. and 4th Ave.; Prentiss St. btwn Cortland Ave. and Jarboe Ave.; Reeves Court btwn Gateview Ave and Ozbourn Court #79 - Eucalyptus Dr. btwn Westmoorland Dr. and Clearfield Dr.; Cordova St. btwn Athens St. and Seville St.; 46th Ave. btwn Quintara St. and Rivera St.; 7th Ave. btwn Irving St. and Judah St.; Santa Clara Ave. at Yerba Buena Ave. Intersection #80 - Palou Ave. btwn Ingalls St. and Jennings St.; Seacliff Ave. btwn El Camino Del Mar and end of street; Crescent Ave. at Nevada St. intersection; Rico Way btwn Retiro Way and Avila St. #81 - Stockton St. btwn Pine St. and California St.; Sacramento St. btwn Leavenworth St. and Leroy Place; 47th Ave. btwn Moraga St. and Noriega St.; Capitol Ave. btwn Lakeview Ave. and Grafton Ave.; 6th St. btwn Market St. and Stevenson St. #82 - 18th Ave. btwn Anza St. and Balboa St.; Market St. btwn 16th St. and 17th St.; McAllister St. btwn Willard St. and Arguello Blvd.; Arguello Blvd btwn McAllister St. and Fulton St.; Golden Gate Ave. btwn Willard St. and Arguello Blvd. #83 - Van Dyke Ave. at Griffith St. Easement; Fillmore St. btwn Sacramento St. and Clay St.; Cabrillo St. 39th Ave. intersecton; Greenwich St. btwn Broderick St. and Divisadero St. #84 - 36th Ave. at Shore View Ave. intersection; Clay St. btwn Laguna St. and Buchanan St.; 5th Ave. btwn Cornwall St. and Clement St.; Euclid Ave. btwn Commonwealth Ave. and Jordan Ave.; 4th Ave. btwn Geary Blvd and Anza St. #85 - 23rd Ave. btwn Lincoln Way and Irving St.; 8th Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; 14th Ave. btwn Cabrillo St. and Fulton St.; Lake St. btwn 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.; 35th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St. - totaling approximately 1,071 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-009922ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #9 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - SFPUC: #9 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - Irwin Street between 7th Street and 8th Street: Replace approximately 821 linear feet of existing 12-inch ironstone pipe sewer with 12-inch vitrified clay pipe (VCP) and 24-inch VCP and replace approximately 6 manhole structures. Replace approximately 350 linear feet of existing 6- or 8-inch sewer laterals with 6- or 8-inch VCP laterals -- totaling approximately 1,171 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-009914ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1557 for ISCOTT Hearing 10-26-23 - SFMTA Order 1557 for ISCOTT Hearing 10-26-23
  • Reference:2023-009910ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Priest Dam Geotechnical Investigaton - SFPUC: Priest Dam Geotechnical Investigaton - The proposed geotechnical investigation would involve up to 20 borings and soundings. Four sonic borings, five mud rotary borings, seven hollow stem borings, and four cone penetration tests soundings. The geotechnical investigation would aid in collecting site-specific data for future engineering analyses and installing supplemental instrumentation. Geophysical surveys would also take place at selected borings and approximately four piezometers and five inclinometers would be installed at selected borings to perform future laboratory testing.
  • Reference:2023-009925ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Ohlone Trial Restoration - SFPUC: Ohlone Trial Restoration - The Project would repair the shoulder on the downslope of Ohlone Trail within SFPUC Sunol Watershed lands in Alameda County, approximately 1.5 miles south of the SFPUC Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant and approximately 0.5 miles west of Calaveras Road. The trail experienced a 40-foot-long landslide due to saturated fill. SFPUC would rebuild the slope in a stepwise manner with backfill material and geotextile material to increase stability.
  • Reference:2023-009905ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Sunol 12-Inch Pipeline Emergency Leak Repair Project - The proposed project involves emergency repairs to a 12-inch water pipeline in the community of Sunol in unincorporated Alameda County. The tie-in point on the 12-inch pipeline failed and is leaking. SFPUC would complete repairs to restore the pipeline to service. A concrete thrust block encasement would be installed on the pipeline to address the connection failure on the water pipeline. Upon repair completion, the excavated area would be backfilled and compacted to adjoining finish grade.
  • Reference:2023-009812ENV
  • Received:Oct 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Fillmore Street Water Main Project - The project would replace approximately 300 linear feet of an existing 8-inch cast iron pipe with 8-inch ductile iron pipe and replace 20 laterals along Fillmore Street, between Green Street and Union Street.
  • Reference:2023-009822ENV
  • Received:Oct 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6699 for Public Hearing 10-20-23 - SFMTA Order 6699 for Public Hearing 10-20-23
  • Reference:2023-009672ENV
  • Received:Oct 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Sunset Neighborways Network Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to establish a districtwide Neighborways program in the Sunset to designate and design several residential streets as preferred bicycling and walking routes. Neighborways are residential streets designed to give people and families, young, and old, the opportunity to use other transportation options, like walking and bicycling, to access local and neighborhood destinations. Neighborways implement traffic calming tools to improve street safety on already low-stress streets, are designed with pedestrians and bicyclists in mind, but do not prohibit vehicle access. The Sunset Neighborways Network Project team would conduct a community outreach, design and public hearing process to determine specific design treatments that would lower vehicle speeds and improve intersection visibility. The SFMTA has defined a Neighborway Traffic Safety Design Toolkit of design treatments to achieve the desired traffic speeds and intersection safety. The toolkit details are described below.
  • Reference:2023-009675ENV
  • Received:Oct 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Order 1556 for ISCOTT Hearing 10/12/2023 - SFMTA_Order 1556 for ISCOTT Hearing 10/12/2023
  • Reference:2023-009566ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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1399 MARIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_1399 Marin Street Refresh Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to make the following physical and operational improvements to the 1399 Marin Street site to facilitate the storage of approximately 88 40-foot Diesel Hybrid Buses (DHB): - Paving, mainly fill-in potholes where required - Curb replacement at the entrance/exit gates and ADA improvements where required - New pavement marking (inside and outside the yard) - Light maintenance and acceptance in the maintenance building (no infrastructure upgrade, use existing one only) - Fueling of diesel hybrid buses will be on site (fueling infrastructure already exists therefore no improvements planned) - Additional safety and security improvements (e.g., installation of video and security cameras, new lighting, replacement of perimeter fencing and new gates) Use of staff maintenance and operations spaces at Islais Creek (opposite side of Indiana St.)
  • Reference:2023-009380ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO - Boarding Area G Gates Enhancements Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes making enhancements at Boarding Area G gates (Proposed Project) at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to enhance passenger level of service by replacing aging Passenger Boarding Bridges. Other related components include replacement of associated electrical utilities connected to the PBB, installation of a visual docking guidance system, shifting of aircraft parking envelopes to maximize gate utilization, replacing failing apron pavement, repair and replacement of fire hydrant lines, reconfiguration of fueling hydrant pits, and construction of pedestrian-level access for hard stand operations.
  • Reference:2023-009342ENV
  • Received:Oct 04, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA_San Francisco Biking and Rolling Plan: Active Communities - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the San Francisco Biking and Rolling Plan: Active Communities, a 2-year planning process to develop a new plan for active mobility in San Francisco. The new plan directs SFMTA future investments in the biking and rolling network, support facilities, programs, and policies for the next 10-15 years. This new planning effort includes all devices that can legally use the biking and rolling network and elevates the voices and needs of equity priority communities.
  • Reference:2023-009251ENV
  • Received:Oct 02, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6696 for Public Hearing 10/6/2023 - SFMTA Order 6696 for Public Hearing 10/6/2023
  • Reference:2023-009083ENV
  • Received:Sep 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: 12-Kilovolt Cable Replacement Project - SFO: 12-Kilovolt Cable Replacement Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to install new and replace existing 12-kilovolt (kV) electrical cables and associated infrastructure at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport) (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to install new and replace existing 12-kV electrical cables and associated infrastructure to prevent power outages that can affect critical Airport facilities and tenants, improve system efficiency, reliability, and safety, and increase electrical capacity through equipment/cable upgrades to accommodate current and future loads supporting continued electrification of the Airport campus.
  • Reference:2023-009135ENV
  • Received:Sep 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA_Division II, Section 801 Amendments - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to approve amendments to Division II, Section 801 to remove, modify and establish permit parking along the following corridors: • Hyde Street, between McAllister and Grove streets • Larkin Street, between McAllister and Grove streets • Leavenworth Street, between Golden Gate Avenue and McAllister Street
  • Reference:2023-009141ENV
  • Received:Sep 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: Port: Observation Wheel Relocation - Install and operation of the SkyStar Observation Wheel (ferris wheel) in Fisherman’s Wharf (to be relocated from Golden Gate Park). The ferris wheel and other structures that support its operation would be placed in a portion of the triangle-shaped parking lot adjacent to Pier 43 between The Embarcadero and Jefferson Street. The wheel itself is approximately 148 feet tall with 36 fully enclosed gondolas that hold 6 people each. In addition to the wheel and support structures, there are areas proposed for queuing and bike/scooter parking. Operation would be daily 7 days/week, open to all ages, and handicap accessible.
  • Reference:2023-009039ENV
  • Received:Sep 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: SFMTA Meeting Agenda Order 6686 - SFMTA Meeting Agenda Order 6686
  • Reference:2023-008880ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: SF Botanical Garden Bookstore Barrier Removal Project - REC & PARK: SF Botanical Garden Bookstore Barrier Removal Project - In late 2021, Recreation and Park Department staff received a citizen complaint about access into the bookstore, as it has one step up into the facility, and there is no handrail. RPD’s ADA Coordinator for Physical Access and Mayor’s Office on Disability staff performed a site visit and confirmed the site conditions. As an interim measure, a programmatic solution is being developed to accommodate patrons who may not be able to enter the facility. The intent of this project is to develop a design to ensure that the Botanical Garden Bookstore complies with required building codes and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The project will add a 236-square foot wooden deck with a ramp and handrails to the exterior south and east side of the bookstore building.
  • Reference:2023-008864ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Oct 16, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: #65-74 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #65-74 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #65 - Athens St. btwn France Ave. and Italy Ave.; Bush St. btwn Grant Ave. and Mark Lane; Delta St. btwn Hamilton St. and Harkness Ave.; Bonview St. btwn Eugenia Ave. and Cortland Ave.; Morningside Dr. btwn Ocean Ave. and Gellert Dr. #66 - Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St. and Piedmont St.; Ortega St. btwn 10th Ave. and 11th Ave.; 30th Ave. btwn California St. and Clement St.; Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St. and Piedmont St. #67 - Marina Blvd at Lyon St. Intersection; Marina Blvd. at Scott St. Intersection; 26th Ave. btwn Noriega St. and Ortega St.; Ripley St. btwn Alabama St. and Harrison St.; 20th Ave. btwn Moraga St. & Lawton St. #68 - Marina Blvd at Baker St Intersection #69 - Monticello St. btwn Sargent St. and Shields St.; 22nd St. btwn Dolores St. and Quane St.; 18th Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; Diamond St. btwn 23rd St. and Elizabeth St.; Bosworth St. btwn Elk St. and Chilton Ave. #70 - Rutledge St. btwn Brewster St. and Franconia St.; Getz St. btwn Grafton Ave. and terminus; Edinburgh St. btwn Italy St. and Amazon Ave.; Hanover St. btwn Lowell St. and Whittier St.; Fillmore St. btwn O'Farrell St. and Geary Blvd. #71 - Fillmore St. btwn Haight St. and Page St. Digby St. btwn Everon St. and Addison St.; Mission St. btwn Sycamore St. and 18th St.; Point Lobos Ave btwn 47th Ave. and El Camino Del Mar; Union St. btwn Fillmore St. and Steiner St. #72 - Surrey St. btwn Diamond St. and Castro St.; Grove St. btwn Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place/Polk St. and Van Ness Ave.; 24th St. btwn Noe St. and Castro St. #73 - Lomita Ave. btwn Lawton St. and Aloha Ave.; 38th Ave btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St.; 18th Ave. btwn Cabrillo St. and Fulton St.; 20th Ave. btwn Judah St. and Kirkham St.; 6th Ave. at Irving St. Intersection. #74 - Whiting Way btwn Garden Way and terminus; Fillmore St. btwn Hayes St. and Grove St.; Hugo St. btwn 4th Ave. and 5th Ave.; Kirkham St. btwn 6th Ave. and 7th Ave.; Steiner St. btwn Moulton St. and Lombard St.-- totaling approximately 804 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-008904ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Floodwater Management Grant Project - 1 San Gabriel - SFPUC: Floodwater Management Grant Project - 1 San Gabriel - Installation of pump sump, electrical outlet, and French drain. Excavation down to 6 feet. Application of waterproof sealant to foundation. See project diagram.
  • Reference:2023-008808ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Order 1555 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/28/23 - SFMTA Order 1555 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/28/23
  • Reference:2023-008736ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Power Pole HP-CP 92 Relocation - SFPUC: Power Pole HP-CP 92 Relocation - Hetch Hetchy Water and Power (HHWP) is proposing the relocation of a distribution pole along the Holm Powerhouse to Cherry Lake Distribution line. The Project is to address a leaning pole that is putting stress on adjacent poles. The proposed project activities are on SFPUC Raker Act right-of-way (ROW) lands (SFPUC Parcel 85), located parallel to Cherry Lake Road, near mile marker 21 (see Attachment 1 – Pole Relocation Site Map). The proposed Project would relocate one distribution pole to a location approximately 5 feet away from the existing leaning pole. A guy line and anchor would also be installed to support the new 60-foot pole. Due to limited access for a line truck, a backhoe will be used to excavate the new hole for both the pole and the guy line anchor. The total extent of ground disturbance anticipated for each of the holes would be up to 18 inches wide (width of the backhoe bucket) by 4 feet long by 6 feet deep. Excavated spoils will be compacted around the new pole and guy anchor and used to fill the hole where the existing pole was located.
  • Reference:2023-008765ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Sunnydale Pump Station Safety Improvements - SFPUC: Sunnydale Pump Station Safety Improvements - The Project proposes to restore and repair portions of the existing Sunnydale Pump Station located in San Mateo County, California. The Project would address the Station's deterioration that poses health and safety risks such as electrical repairs, replacement of electrical conduit package, replacement of the existing manifold and air valves, repairing structural and architectural deficiencies, replacement of the existing stairwell, security upgrades, and repairing the HVAC ventilation and accessibility for routine operation and maintenance.
  • Reference:2023-008685ENV
  • Received:Sep 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Cherry Dam Measurement Weirs Replacement Project - SFPUC: Cherry Dam Measurement Weirs Replacement Project CE Concurrence Request - Cherry Valley Dam is located to the west of Lake Eleanor and Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Tuolumne County, California . The dam was constructed in 1956, and it includes a side-discharge spillway that discharges into an adjacent, open-flow, side channel in the right abutment of the dam that transitions to a meandering, unlined discharge channel that carries flows towards Cherry Creek. Past landslides have obstructed the channel and caused the spillway flows to be diverted to the east and into a former natural drainage channel. The project objective is to prevent further erosion that could undermine Cherry Lake Dam, as well as prevent flooding from occurring downstream at the public campground and at the Cherry Power Tunnel Adit. SFPUC proposes to grade the left and right sides of the unlined spillway discharge channel. Excavated materials would be processed to construct two compacted embankments along the left side of the unlined spillway discharge channel to prevent channel overtopping and into the east channel during certain spillway discharges. The soil side slopes of the spillway channel within the flow section would be armored (with grouted riprap) to reduce the potential for erosion.
  • Reference:2023-008672ENV
  • Received:Sep 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Transit Beautification -Geary Blvd Pedestrian Bridge and several intersections - Public Works is working with community leaders and Japantown’s Community Benefit District to paint the Geary Boulevard pedestrian bridge at Webster Street. The paint would include all the concrete, including the piers, the underside of the bridge, and the side faces a red/orange color. The color is intended to match a famous archway in Japan. The walkway surface would not be painted and would remain the standard concrete color. Public Works has been working with community groups to develop the design to match their district/cultural importance. The project would also involve the installation of decorative stamped asphalt crosswalks at the following locations: the intersection of Union Street and Stockton Street, the intersection of Pacific Avenue and Beckett Street, Trenton Street (Alley), and the intersection of Sacramento Street and Grant Avenue. The design of the stamped crosswalk is still being determined with community stakeholders, and it will likely match the theme of the district. Project locations for decorative crosswalks fall within portions of the Chinatown and Washington Square historic districts. The proposed work is limited to the public ROW and does not include work on structures or character-defining features of the two districts.
  • Reference:2023-008649ENV
  • Received:Sep 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFMTA Order 6690 for Public Hearing 9/22/23 - SFMTA Order 6690 for Public Hearing 9/22/23
  • Reference:2023-008600ENV
  • Received:Sep 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Japanese Tea Garden - ADA Pathways Project - REC & PARK: Japanese Tea Garden - ADA Pathways Project - Three new ADA pathways are proposed in the Japanese Tea Garden to increase accessibility within the garden, while also increasing usable space. These pathways are proposed in the Sunken Garden area, the Western Addition area, and on the northeastern side of the Gift Shop (see Att-3 pg. 1 for ADA pathway map). 1. The Sunken Garden pathway would run behind the Sunken Garden pond and meander through the existing background bamboo screening, exiting at the existing path adjacent to the pond. The pathway would turn back to run behind a row of maple trees, paralleling the existing path and exit again at Maple Lane. To construct the ADA pathway through the Sunken Garden a 10-ft wide pathway will be cleared through the background bamboo plantings (see Att-3 pg. 3 for Sunken Garden path concept design). 2. The proposed ADA pathway in the Western Addition would connect the Temple Area to Cherry Tree Lane. This path would meander downhill through an area that currently has limited programming (see Att-3 pg. 7 for path concept design). 3. An ADA pathway is proposed to give access to the Gift Shop on the northeastern side of the garden. This path would meander uphill via switchbacks off the existing pathway up to the Gift Shop, paralleling the existing staircase. Some of the existing steps will be removed to accommodate the new ADA path and re-purposed at an adjacent pathway (see Att-3 pg. 10 for path concept design). General pathway construction will include the removal of the top 6 to 7 inches of soil over a 7-ft wide area to eventually create a 5-ft wide ADA pathway. The excavated area will be compacted, and filter cloth will be laid down. Three inches of decomposed granite (DG) will be added over the filter cloth and compacted using 30-45% hardening. All paths will be bordered with 4” x 1/4” iron edging that helps keep the DG in place over the 5-ft wide path. Some boulders will be added to pathway edges as decorative elements. All paths will follow existing contour lines. (see Att-3 pg. 2 for pathway renderings).
  • Reference:2023-008434ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Jan 09, 2024
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Description: SFMTA Order 1554 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/14/2023 - SFMTA Order 1554 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/14/2023
  • Reference:2023-008440ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: MPH Bypass Upgrades Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: MPH Bypass Upgrades Geotechnical Investigation - This geotechnical investigation would consist of 2 geotechnical borings (one immediately north of the Moccasin Switchyard and the second one adjacent to Coffey Road) and seismic refraction surveys to determine ground and soil conditions for a potential future Moccasin Powerhouse bypass alignment. The borings would be approximately 8-inches in diameter and up to 50 feet deep.
  • Reference:2023-008451ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Ingoing Road Slide at Five Points and Outgoing Road Slide near CSGC - SFPUC: Ingoing Road Slide at Five Points and Outgoing Road Slide near CSGC - Beginning on or about December 27, 2022, severe winter storms related to a series of atmospheric river systems struck California, bringing high winds, substantial precipitation, and river and urban flooding, causing dangerous conditions and damage to critical infrastructure throughout the State. As a result, California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency throughout the State of California, on January 4, 2023 (Attachment A). The SFPUC maintains and operates the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, which serves 2.7 million customers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Due to the severity of the storms and ongoing rains in 2023, storm-related damage to roads, culverts and other infrastructure within SFPUC watershed lands is extensive and there are multiple sites that require evaluation and repair. Critical regional water supply infrastructure located within the Peninsula Watershed in San Mateo County (including Stone Dam, Pilarcitos Dam, the Coastside Water District pipeline, Pilarcitos Cottage, and SFPUC Half Moon Bay meters) is currently inaccessible to vehicles as a result of storm-related damage to Ingoing and Outgoing roads, which provide access to these critical facilities. Urgent repair of two slide locations, Ingoing Road at Five Points and Outgoing Road near Crystal Springs Golf Course (CSGC) is necessary to ensure SFPUC's continued ability to access and maintain water services essential to public health, safety, and welfare. A previous Statutory Exemption request for the Ingoing Road Slide at Five Points Geotechnical Investigation was previously approved by EP on February 16, 2023 (Planning Department Case No. 2023-001133ENV) and performed in August 2023. The results of the geotechnical investigation informed the proposed road repair design for this location. Attachment B provides a project location map for both the Ingoing Road at Five Points and Outgoing Road near CSGC slide locations. Attachment C provides the design drawings and a site photo for the Ingoing Road at Five Points location and Attachment D includes design drawings and a site photo for the Outgoing Road near CSGC location. The site photos show large portions of the roadways have eroded away as a result of significant stormwater runoff.
  • Reference:2023-008459ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: OSP Fence Survey and Vegetation Removal - SFPUC: OSP Fence Survey and Vegetation Removal - SFPUC proposes to conduct a survey of the existing fence at the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant to help inform design of a replacement fence. Before the survey can occur, vegetation removal is required along the inside perimeter of the approximately 4,400-foot-long fence.
  • Reference:2023-008379ENV
  • Received:Sep 11, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Hyde Street Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the following transit and pedestrian safety improvements on Hyde Street, between Geary Street and McAllister Street: • Convert a general travel lane into a transit only lane along Hyde Street between McAllister Street and Eddy Street • Convert three general travel lanes to two general travel lanes along Hyde Street between Eddy Street and Geary Street to slow vehicle traffic speeds and increase pedestrian safety • Implement intersection safety improvements along the project corridor • Make color curb changes to accommodate the transit and pedestrian safety improvements described above The Hyde Street Quick-Build project is part of the Vision Zero quick-build initiative to implement safety improvements on the High-Injury Network. The project is an SFMTA response to community requests that the city increase investment in transportation solutions and bring forward tangible safety improvements to the Tenderloin neighborhood.
  • Reference:2023-008383ENV
  • Received:Sep 11, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: 2023 Emergency Storm Road and Culvert Repair - SFPUC: 2023 Emergency Storm Road and Culvert Repair - Ongoing storm damage assessments have identified road failures in 3 separate locations in Tuolumne and Alameda Counties. Immediate temporary emergency stabilization measures, including installation of protective barriers, are in place while engineering assessments for repairs are underway. Immediate permanent repairs are needed to protect public health and safety and to maintain access to Hetch Hetchy Water & Power System facilities that provide essential public services. The associated Statutory Exemption concurrence request details the proposed repair work and includes a description of repair sites, length of road affected (feet) and reference to the storm event that caused each site's damage.
  • Reference:2023-008289ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: 253 Judson Avenue - Excavation and installing French drain across front of house and in garage using corrugated perforated drain, generic rock, textile non-woven fabric. Installing dual pump system. Construction of bioretention cell. Sealing walls with waterproof sealant. Note: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2023-008296ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Turner Dam Survey Automation and Improvements - SFPUC: Turner Dam Survey Automation and Improvements - The project would involve the following at Turner Dam: • Rehabilitating the lower outlet valves and vaults at Turner Dam by removing any corrosion and vegetation along the vault wall. The lower outlet valves and vaults would be repainted. • Filling the large cavity under the foundation of the stilling basin wall. A small pipe would be inserted into the cavity and approximately 100 cubic yards of grout would be inserted. • Installing GPS monuments along Turner Dam to automate the engineering surveys conducted biannually. The GPS monuments would include 7 drilled pier foundations and 7 battery boxes directly adjacent to the foundations.
  • Reference:2023-008198ENV
  • Received:Sep 05, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Frida Kahlo Way Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes implementing pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on Frida Kahlo Way, between Ocean Avenue and Judson Avenue, and on Judson Avenue between Frida Kahlo Way and Foerster Street. The project would add a two-way protected bikeway (Class IV) on the east side of Frida Kahlo Way and the south side of Judson Avenue within the project limits and implement pedestrian safety improvements such as painted safety zones and corner sidewalk extensions (bulb-outs). The project would also include transit prioritization elements such as transit boarding islands and bus-stop consolidation.
  • Reference:2023-008167ENV
  • Received:Sep 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_19th Avenue & Holloway and 6th Street & King Yard Ballast Replacement - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to approve a Task Order for the replacement of ballast under six switches on the Muni light rail system at the following locations: • 19th Avenue at Holloway Avenue • 6th Street and the King Yard (between the Southern Embarcadero and John F. Foran freeways) Ballast is gravel or broken stone laid in a railroad bed. Images of the locations for the planned work are attached below. The existing ballast and trackwork were installed in the mid-1990’s. The scope of work would consist of the removal, disposal and replacement of an aged and depleting ballast layer with new ballast and tamp in six areas within the SFMTA’s track right-of-way. Of the six areas where ballast would be removed and replaced, four would be replaced at 19th Avenue and Holloway Avenue and the remaining two would be at 6th Street and the King Yard. Due to the field conditions at 19th Avenue and Holloway Avenue, each switch would require one weekend for construction, for a total of four weekends. The 6th Street and the King Yard construction would be completed within one weekend. This work would be within the existing ballast footprint and would not involve work beyond the original ballast layer. The project would not include any new soil disturbance. Traffic control measures would be undertaken for unloading, loading, and staging of construction equipment on 19th Avenue, which is under the jurisdiction of Caltrans; however, construction at this location would be within the SFMTA right-of-way. All staging and construction at 6th Street and the King Yard would be within the SFMTA right-of-way.
  • Reference:2023-008173ENV
  • Received:Sep 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #8 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - SFPUC: #8 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement Work - Newburg St. btwn Diamon St. and Castro St.; -- totaling approximately 447 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-007991ENV
  • Received:Aug 28, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP 7A - SFPUC: TLCM CP 7A - The SFPUC owns and operates over 160 linear miles of high-voltage transmission lines, which begin at SFPUC generation facilities in Tuolumne County and terminate in Newark, Alameda County. In order to mitigate ground-to-conductor clearance issues associated with its high-voltage transmission lines, the SFPUC has implemented the Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation (TCLM) program. The proposed project would correct two conductor clearance violations that have been detected on Lines 3 and 4 of the 115kV system. The correction will be accomplished through the installation of a waist cage extension on tower 976N along with steel lattice reinforcements. Damaged steel members will be replaced on tower 978N along with footing modifications on towers 975N, 976N, and 978N.
  • Reference:2023-007876ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Taxiway Z Rehabilitation - SFO: Taxiway Z Rehabilitation - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to rehabilitate a portion of Taxiway Z, between Taxiway C and Taxiway B, and a portion of Taxiway S (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to maintain safe and efficient aircraft operations. Areas of Taxiway Z were recently surveyed during an assessment of airfield pavement conditions. Airport staff determined the Taxiway Z pavement is nearing the end of its useful life and is in need of repair as some areas are deteriorating.
  • Reference:2023-007859ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: #59 - #64 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #59 - #64 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #59 - 38th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St.; 42nd Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St.; Larkin St. btwn Ellis St. and Olive St.; Ellist St. btwn Polk St. and Van Ness Ave.; Divisadero St. btwn Waller St. and Haight St. #60 - Ortega St. btwn 16th Ave. and 17th Ave.; Fairmount St. btwn Arlington St. and Chenery St.; 17th Ave. btwn Clement St. and Geary Blvd.; 19th Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St. #61 - Marietta Dr. btwn Arroyo Way and Bella Vista Way; Point Lobos Ave. btwn 42nd Ave. and 43rd Ave.; 24th St. btwn Capp St. and Lilac St.; Jersey St. btwn Castro St. and Diamond St.; Alemany Blvd. btwn Seneca Ave. and Geneva Ave. #62 - Clay St. btwn Locust St. and Spruce St.; Jackson St. btwn Cherry St. and Arguello Blvd; 17th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St.; Divisadero St. btwn McAllister St. and Golden Gate Ave. #63 - Fillmore St. btwn Hayes St. and Grove St.; 39th Ave. btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St.; Divisadero St. btwn Duboce Ave. and 14th St.; Persia Ave. btwn Madrid St. and Edinburgh St. #64 - Santa Paula Ave. btwn Yerba Buena Ave. and San Jacinto Way; Church St. btwn 30th St. and Randal St.;Church St. btwn 28th St. and Valley St.; Athens St. btwn Russia Ave. and France Ave.; -- totaling approximately 593 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-007867ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP 7B - SFPUC: TLCM CP 7B - The SFPUC owns and operates over 160 linear miles of high-voltage transmission lines, which begin at SFPUC generation facilities in Tuolumne County and terminate in Newark, Alameda County. In order to mitigate ground-to-conductor clearance issues associated with its high-voltage transmission lines, the SFPUC has implemented the Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation (TCLM) program. The proposed project would correct three conductor clearance violations that have been detected on Lines 3 and 4 of the 115kV system. The correction will be accomplished through the installation of a waist cage extension on towers 979N and 981N along with steel lattice reinforcements on both towers. The project also includes footing modifications on towers 979N, 981N, and 983N.
  • Reference:2023-007871ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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1700 SILVER AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
198 WATERVILLE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Ledyard Alleyway Improvement Project - REC & PARK: Ledyard Alleyway Improvement Project - Located in the Silver Terrace Playground site, Ledyard Alleyway is a major thoroughfare for the residents of Silver Terrace and everyone who uses the Silver Terrace Playground site, which includes athletic fields, baseball diamonds, outdoor sport courts, a playground, and a clubhouse. The Alleyway is an important way to access the larger facility, however it appears uninviting with chain link fencing & barbed wire, cracked paving, and a lack of site signage and lighting. The main purpose of the project is to beautify the alleyway to create a more welcoming entrance to the site and to promote a sense of community pride and awareness. The proposed scope includes: installing lighting (2 solar powered pole lights), removing some of the existing chain link fencing, adding tree stumps as a decorative fencing element, adding raised metal edging to create 'faux' raised planters on existing alleyway curb, installing new plants and drip irrigation, installing new site signage and a mural along the southern perimeter wall. If the budget allows the existing asphalt path will be resurfaced and additional improvements to the existing chain link fence along the southern perimeter of the project site, such as adding new fabric or painting, will be implemented.
  • Reference:2023-007879ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Order 1553 for ISCOT Hearing 8/24/23 - SFMTA Order 1553 for ISCOT Hearing 8/24/23
  • Reference:2023-007640ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: Transbay Howard Streetscape Improvements - The Transbay Howard Streetscape project proposes pedestrian, transit, sidewalk, and bicycle improvements on Howard Street between The Embarcadero and 4th Street, and conversion of the existing one-way traffic to two-way on Steuart Street between Mission Street and Howard Street and on Spear Street from Mission Street to Harrison Street. The proposed project includes constructing a new two-lane class IV bikeway on Howard Street, roadway resurfacing and replacement, new bus pads and raised crosswalks, traffic striping, sidewalk improvements, electrical work, drainage and utility work, site furnishings, landscaping and adjustments to parking and loading zones.
  • Reference:2023-007606ENV
  • Received:Aug 18, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: #46-58 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Order - SFPUC: #46-58 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Order #46 - Lake St. btwn 9th Ave. and 10th Ave.; 3rd Ave. btwn Irving St. and Parnassus Ave.; 4th Ave. btwn Irving St. and Parnassus Ave.; Valencia St. btwn 18th St. and 19th St.; Hattie St. btwn Corbett Ave. and Market St. #47 - 18th St. btwn Clover St. and Danvers St./Market St.; 17th St. btwn Cole St. and Shrader St.; Pixley St. btwn Buchanan St. and Webster St.; Anza St. btwn Blake St. and Cook St. #48 - Van Ness Ave. at 14th St. Intersection; 32nd Ave. btwn Clement St. Geary Blvd.; 16th St. btwn Valencia St. and Albion St.; Webster St. btwn Pixley St. and Greenwich St.; Fillmore St. btwn Union St. and Filbert St. #49 - Great Highway btwn Quintara St. and Rivera St.; Avenue D btwn 3rd St. and 4th St. (Treasure Island); Vicente St. at 23rd Ave. Intersection; Pine St. btwn Octavia St. and Laguna St.; Victoria St. btwn Randolph St. and Sargent St.; #50 - Baker St. btwn Page St. and Oak St.; Mississippi St. btwn 20th St. and 22nd St.; De Soto St. btwn Urbano Dr. and Urbano Dr.; Jackson St. btwn Baker St. and Lyon St.; 26th St. btwn Diamond St. and Douglass St. #51 - Noe St. btwn 28th St. and 29th St.; Fresnel Way btwn Healy Ave. and terminus (adjacent to US Department of Homeland Security); 10th Ave. btwn Moraga St. and Noriega St. #52 - Texas St. btwn 18th St. and 19th St.; 20th St. btwn Tennessee St. and Minnesota St.; Winding Way btwn Rolph St.;South Hill Blvd. and Naylor St.; San Bruno Ave. btwn Silliman St. and Thornton Ave.; 10th Ave. btwn Lawton St. and Moraga St. #53 - 12th Ave. btwn Lawton St. and Moraga St.; Williar Ave. btwn Niagara Ave. and Mount Vernon Ave.; Indiana St. btwn 26th St. and Cesar Chavez St. #54 - 9th Ave. btwn Lawton St. and Kirkham St.; Lawton St. btwn 9th Ave and 10th Ave.;8th Ave. btwn Irving St. and Judah St.; Mission St. btwn 16th St. and 17th St. #55 - 18th St. at York St. Intersection; 32nd Ave. btwn Ulloa St. and Vicente St.; Dolores St. btwn 16th St. and 15th St.; Waller St. btwn Castro St. and Alpine Terrace; Portola Dr. btwn Del Sur Ave. and Rex Ave.; #56 - Burnett Ave. btwn Hopkins Ave. and Perego Terrace; Grant Ave. btwn Filbert St. and Nobles Alley; Genebern Way btwn College Ave./Justin Dr. and Murray Ave.; 34th Ave. btwn Vicente St. and Wawona St.;Crestlake Dr.; Page St. btwn Divisadero St. and Broderick St. #57 - Fillmore St. btwn Bay St. and North Point St.; Lombard St. btwn Tuscany Alley and Powell St.; Lombard St. btwn Jones St. and Leavenworth St.; Chenery St. btwn Miguel St. Whitney St. and Charles St.; California St. btwn 11th Ave. and 12th Ave. #58 - Griffith St. btwn Gilman Ave and Ingerson Ave. (easement); Cuvier St. btwn Bosworth St. and terminus; Frederick St. btwn Clayton St. and Belvedere St.; Brotherhood Way at Junipero Serra Blvd Intersection; Irwin St btwn 7th St. and 8th St. -- totaling approximately 1,472 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-007476ENV
  • Received:Aug 16, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Vision Zero Traffic Signs Upgrades and New Turn Restrictions - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to enhance pedestrian safety throughout the city by installing replacement traffic signs and new No Turn on Red restrictions with new accompanying signage.
  • Reference:2023-007443ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Aug 30, 2023
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Description: SFMTA Order 6681 for Public Hearing 8/18/23 - SFMTA Order 6681 for Public Hearing 8/18/23
  • Reference:2023-007434ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Hyde Street Transit Lane Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement a full-time transit lane on Hyde Street between McAllister and Market streets. The proposed transit lanes are vehicle travel lanes dedicated to bus and taxi use only.
  • Reference:2023-007453ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Sidewalk Bulb-Outs (Divisadero Street/Turk Street and Turk Street/Pierce Street) - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to enhance pedestrian safety by installing sidewalk bulb-outs at two intersections: Divisadero Street/Turk Street and Turk Street/Pierce Street.
  • Reference:2023-007463ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Sustainable Aviation Fuel Co-Benefit Project - SFO: Sustainable Aviation Fuel Co-Benefit Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to subsidize the purchase of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) by air carriers operating at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). SFO intends to submit a Voluntary Airport Low Emissions (VALE) grant application to the Federal Aviation Administration, which, if approved, would return co benefits associated with SAF use by air carriers serving SFO (Proposed Project). The price subsidy available through the federal VALE grant would make SAF more price competitive compared to aviation jet-A fuel, thereby incentivizing airline tenants to purchase SAF. Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to enhance air quality, reduce aircraft air emissions, and promote the production and use of SAF.
  • Reference:2023-007424ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFO: Constant Current Regulator (Field Lighting Bldg #2) Replacement Project - SFO: Constant Current Regulator (Field Lighting Bldg #2) Replacement Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace the existing constant current regulator (CCR) and associated infrastructure (Proposed Project) within Field Lighting Building #2 at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to maintain functional airfield lighting and signage.
  • Reference:2023-007414ENV
  • Received:Aug 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFO: As-Needed Environmental Remediation Services Project - SFO: As-Needed Environmental Remediation Services Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes the abatement and remediation of environmental hazards through the As-Needed Environmental Remediation Services Project (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to provide timely environmental remediation services in support of various capital and facilities maintenance projects.
  • Reference:2023-007359ENV
  • Received:Aug 11, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Calaveras Storm Repair Project - SFPUC: Calaveras Storm Repair Project - The Project would include the following: • Debris removal above the stilling basin and construction of a new protection shelter for the instrumentation enclosure above the stilling basin bench • Spillway joint and crack repair and spillway debris removal • Erosion repair, including backfilling the downstream face of the dam and vegetation restoration • Erosion repair at the upstream right groin, including armoring or rip rap installation
  • Reference:2023-007297ENV
  • Received:Aug 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Alameda Creek Diversion Dam Restoration Project - SFPUC: Alameda Creek Diversion Dam Restoration Project - The Project would include the movement of sediment and gravel from the front of the sluiceways and fish screens in order to gain access to these structures. Once cleared of sediment and gravel the structures would be assessed for damage and repaired, such that the ACDD facility can be fully operational prior to the 2023-2024 winter season.
  • Reference:2023-007294ENV
  • Received:Aug 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Station BB 12kV Infrastructure Reconfiguration - SFO: Station BB 12kV Infrastructure Reconfiguration - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to install new 12 kilovolt (kV) cables and duct bank and replace existing 12kV cables between electrical Substation BB and various airport facilities north of San Bruno Avenue (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to enhance overall system reliability, prevent circuit overloads, create system redundancy, and increase electrical capacity through cable/equipment upgrades to accommodate current and future loads supporting continued electrification of the Airport campus.
  • Reference:2023-007269ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 1552 for ISCOTT Hearing 8/10/2023 - SFMTA Order 1552 for ISCOTT Hearing 8/10/2023
  • Reference:2023-007201ENV
  • Received:Aug 08, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Traffic Signals Standardization - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to standardize and upgrade traffic signal equipment at nine intersections at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport) (Proposed Project). The purpose of the Proposed Project is to standardize and upgrade obsolete traffic signal equipment, which would streamline maintenance activities and address traffic and pedestrian safety concerns. Ground disturbance of up to six feet could be required for installing new conduit.
  • Reference:2023-006948ENV
  • Received:Aug 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Transformer and Pole Replacement Project - SFPUC: CE Concurrence Request for Transformer Replacement - The proposed project activities are on SFPUC right-of-way and fee-owned lands (SFPUC Parcel 276-1). Hetch Hetchy Water and Power is proposing the removal of 3 transformers that are showing signs of deterioration, located on HHWP distribution pole MP-LH 24. In lieu of placing a new transformer back on pole MP-LH 24, a new 3-phase transformer would be installed on pole MP-LH 24.1, as shown on the attached map. Moving the transformer to the new pole would resolve wildfire mitigation issues, as well as make the equipment easily accessible with a line truck for future maintenance. Transformer Removal and Transport: There is no vehicle access to pole MP-LH 24 and the removal of the 3 existing transformers will require the line crew lower to the transformers by hand to the ground using a pully system. Once on the ground, the transformers will be securely fastened to a skid and transported to a staging site on CA HWY 49, located approximately 120’ downhill from the pole. The decommissioned transformers would be loaded into a line truck at the staging site and transported to an appropriate location for disposal. Minor vegetation trimming is anticipated to ensure a clear path for the skid. Pole Replacement and Transformer Install: To support the proposed new transformer on pole MP-LH 24.1, the line crew will replace the existing 35’ pole with a new 45’ pole. The new pole will be installed in the existing hole. The hole will be augured an additional 1’ to achieve the required of depth of 4’ to support the new 45’ pole. The existing hole is located in soils presumed to be sterile, as they have been previously disturbed during the original construction of the Moccasin Reservoir, and CA HWY 49. The total amount of ground disturbance anticipated would be up to 4-feet in diameter, including the spoils from the augur truck.
  • Reference:2023-006895ENV
  • Received:Jul 28, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6677 for Public Hearing 8/4/2023 - SFMTA Order 6677 for Public Hearing 8/4/2023
  • Reference:2023-006848ENV
  • Received:Jul 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1551 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/27/23 - SFMTA Order 1551 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/27/23
  • Reference:2023-006771ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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2779 16TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 2776 16th Street - SFPUC: 2776 16th Street - Floodproofing improvements. Tiling/sealing, raising electrical outlets. See project plans for details. CEQA coverage is for grant funding action by SFPUC, only.
  • Reference:2023-006785ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: PEFWS Contact A Geotech Investigation - SFPUC: PEFWS Contact A Geotech Investigation - The project proposes to perform a geotechnical and potholing investigations to collect the information along Lakeside Boulevard, Eucalyptus Drive, Ocean Avenue, and 23rd Avenue, and at Lake Merced Pump Station in San Francisco. The investigation would involve approximately 14 geotech boring locations and up to 79 potholing locations.
  • Reference:2023-006777ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_WalkFirst Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Installation Fiscal Year 2021 - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) at nine intersections across San Francisco to improve pedestrian safety. RRFBs would be installed at the intersections of San Bruno Avenue at Woolsey Street, Brotherhood Way at Sagamore Street and Alemany Boulevard, Gough Street at Clay Street, Fulton Street at Clayton Street, Turk Boulevard at Willard North, Castro Street at Henry Street, Diamond Heights Boulevard at Duncan Street, Cortland Avenue at Moultrie Street, and Diamond Heights Boulevard at Berkeley Way. The proposed project (project) would involve the installation of new RRFB signal poles and foundations, pull boxes, and conduits. The project would also upgrade curb ramps in select locations, in addition to grade adjustment for select existing stormwater catch basins.
  • Reference:2023-006660ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Western Addition Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement pedestrian safety improvements at various intersections within the Western Addition neighborhood. The project area is defined as west of Van Ness Avenue from O’Farrell Street to Oak Street, north of Oak Street from Van Ness Avenue to Steiner Street and Fulton Street from Steiner Street to Baker Street, east of Baker Street from Fulton Street to Turk Street and St. Joseph’s Avenue from Turk Street to Geary Boulevard, and south of Geary Boulevard from St. Joseph’s Avenue to Gough Street and O’Farrell Street from Gough Street to Van Ness Avenue. (See Attachment A for a map of the project area).
  • Reference:2023-006663ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Aug 30, 2023
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Description: SFMTA_Lincoln Way Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement pedestrian safety improvements along Lincoln Way, between Arguello Boulevard and the Great Highway, as part of the Lincoln Way Quick-Build Project (proposed project). The project is part of the 2022 Vision Zero Quick-Build program to quickly implement safety improvements to address pedestrian safety concerns along the corridor.
  • Reference:2023-006666ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Mar 20, 2024
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Description: SFPUC: East SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - SFPUC: East SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way. 7th St. btwn Market St. and Mission St.; Mission St. btwn 7th St. and East of 7th St.; Mission St. btwn East of 7th St. and 6th St.; Mission St. btwn 6th St. and 5th St.; Howard St. btwn 2nd St. and 1st St.; Howard St. btwn Fremont St. and Main St.; 3rd St. btwn Folsom St. and Harrison St.; Bryant St. btwn 3rd St. and 2nd St.; 3rd St. btwn King St. and Berry St. -- totaling approximately 5,091 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-006555ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Hayes Valley Sewer Improvements - SFPUC: Hayes Valley Sewer Improvements - The Project proposes to rehabilitate the brick sewers located in the Hayes Valley area in the city of San Francisco, San Francisco County. The rehabilitation work includes cured-in-place linings and/or spray mortaring of approximately 5,300 linear feet of 3-foot by 5-foot egg-shaped brick sewers, open-cut replacements of existing 6- or 8-inch side sewers, restoring pavement, and other incidental work.
  • Reference:2023-006572ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6671 Public Hearing 7-21-23 - SFMTA Order 6671 for Public Hearing 7/21/23
  • Reference:2023-006419ENV
  • Received:Jul 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: CSPL2 Reach 5 Potholing - SFPUC: CSPL2 (Crystal Springs Pipeline 2) Reach 5 Potholing - The proposed potholing investigation would involve up to 60 potholing locations to determine and confirm the location and depth of various existing stations located along the Crystal Springs Pipeline No.2 alignment in San Mateo County.
  • Reference:2023-006397ENV
  • Received:Jul 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #40-45 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #40-45 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement #40 - Cortland Ave. btwn Wool St. and Bennington St.; Mason Court btwn Gateview Ave. and terminus; 26th Ave. btwn Kirkham St. and Lawton St.; Union St. at Kearny St. Intersection; 14th Ave. btwn California St. and Clement St. #41 - Judah St. btwn 44th Ave. and 45th Ave.; Geary Blvd btwn 15th Ave. and 16th Ave.; Washington St. btwn Baker St. and Lyon St.; Alvarado St. btwn Hoffman Ave. and Grand View Ave.; Presidio Ave. btwn Jackson St. and Washington St. #42 - Divisadero St. btwn Fell St. and Hayes St.; London St. btwn Brazil Ave. and Persia Ave.; Cortland Ave. at Elsie St. Intersection; Harkness Ave. btwn Goettingen St. and Sparta St.; Cesar Chavez St. btwn Dolores St. and Church St. #43 - Butte Place btwn Brannan St. and terminus; Avenue E at 9th St. Intersection; Avenue D at 11th St. Intersection; 3rd St. at Avenue N Intersection; Rutledge St. btwn Franconia St. and Massasoit St. #44 - Alabama St. btwn Cesar Chavez St. and Precita Ave.; Alabama St. at Cesar Chavez St. Intersection; Alabama St. btwn 25th St. and 26th St.; Taraval St. btwn Madrone Ave. and Forest Side Ave.; Chestnut St. btwn Jones St. and Leavenworth St. #45 - California St. btwn 20th Ave. and 21st Ave.; Girard St. at Ordway St. Intersection; Ashbury Terrace at Upper Terrace Intersection; 24th Ave. btwn Kirkham St. and Lawton St.; Franklin St. at Ellis St. Intersection; -- totaling approximately 533 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-006336ENV
  • Received:Jul 13, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: North Field Maintenance Facilities Project - SFO: North Field Maintenance Facilities Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to consolidate existing Airport maintenance facilities in the North Field area at San Francisco International Airport. Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to demolish dilapidated and unoccupied buildings that are beyond serviceable life. The new maintenance facility would accommodate existing Airport Facilities maintenance staff and operations that are currently scattered in multiple locations on Airport property. A detailed project description is provided in a separate attachment.
  • Reference:2023-006288ENV
  • Received:Jul 12, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Alameda Watershed Culvert and Road Repair - SFPUC: Alameda Watershed Culvert and Road Repair - Beginning on or about December 27, 2022, severe winter storms related to a series of atmospheric river systems struck California, bringing high winds, substantial precipitation, and river and urban flooding, causing dangerous conditions and damage to critical infrastructure throughout the State. As a result, California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency throughout the State of California, on January 4, 2023 (Attachment A). The SFPUC maintains and operates the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, which serves 2.7 million customers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Critical public services and activities which support regional water supply infrastructure located within the Alameda Watershed in Alameda County are currently inaccessible to vehicles as a result of storm-related damage to roadways in several locations. Urgent repair of culverts and roadways at the following five locations is necessary to ensure SFPUC's ability to continue public service operations such as wildfire risk reduction activities (e.g., road side mowing), rangeland management, security of watershed lands and resources, provision of legal access to adjacent landowners pursuant to easement agreements and operation and maintenance of drinking water services essential to public health, safety, and welfare.
  • Reference:2023-006207ENV
  • Received:Jul 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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1130 MARKET ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1122 MARKET ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: UN Plaza - REC & PARK: UN Plaza - The UN Plaza Activation Project proposes to install a smooth surface with skateable elements on the surface. This will require modification of the existing red brick plaza and installation of reversible red tinted concrete to match the brick color. UN Plaza is approximately 150,000 sf with approximately 90,000 of red brick paving. This project proposes modifying and repurposing approximately 13,000 square feet of red brick some of which is in need of repair, into a skateboard activation. Some of the salvageable bricks will be incorporated into the skating elements and any remaining salvagable bricks will be stored on Treasure Island for future reuse. There are approximately 80,000 bricks on Treasure Island today; this stockpile, along with new bricks as needed, would provide enough material to revert the area back to brick. To create a reversible installation, the sublayer will be protected with a layer of felt prior to installing the concrete and skate elements. Additional activation elements, such as chess tables, Teqball tables, ping pong tables, and exercise equipment, will be included throughout UN Plaza to offer a variety of activation opportunities throughout the space. The brick surfacing does not need to be modified with these other activation elements. Some of the elements will need to be bolted down to provide a safe playing surface. Any damaged bricks would be replaced when the activation elements are removed or replaced. Approval Action: August 1, 2023 Date of Posting: August 1, 2023. Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period ends 30 days after the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case Number: 2023-006215ENV
  • Reference:2023-006215ENV
  • Received:Jul 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Aug 01, 2023
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Description: SFO: Electric Ground Support Equipment Chargers Project - SFO: Electric Ground Support Equipment Chargers Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to install electric ground support equipment chargers at Boarding Areas A and C (Proposed Project) at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to provide the required infrastructure for the electrification of ground support equipment at the Airport.
  • Reference:2023-006192ENV
  • Received:Jul 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 1550 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/13/2023 - SFMTA Order 1550 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/13/2023
  • Reference:2023-006216ENV
  • Received:Jul 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Potable Emergency Firefighting Water System Project. - SFPUC: Potable Emergency Firefighting Water System Project.- The Potable Emergency Firefighting Water System Project will provide a high-pressure water supply for firefighting following a major earthquake, or greater alarm fires occurring in non-earthquake conditions, through pipelines constructed in the Sunset district. Project elements include approximately 5 miles of seismically reliable pipeline, upgraded high-pressure hydrants designed to meet potable drinking water standards and operated in the same manner as the current Emergency Firefighting Water System hydrants; connections with the low-pressure distribution system to allow for normal condition flow through the project pipeline as well as increase the reliability of the potable water supply in emergency conditions; new automated valves in below ground vaults to provide pipeline isolation; above ground electrical cabinets located in the sidewalk to house all necessary battery backup and control components for the automated valves; and modifications to the Lake Merced Pump Station including upgrades to the Lake Draw Pumps, new discharge valves, and manifold piping.
  • Reference:2023-005928ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #62 Sewer Replacement & Pavement Renovation - SFPUC: #62 Sewer Replacement & Pavement Renovation Grove Street btwn Van Ness Avenue and Dr. Carlton B Goodlett Place/Polk Street; Polk Street btwn Grove Street and Hayes Street; Jessie Street btwn 6th Street and Mint Street; Mint Street btwn Jessie Street and Mission Street -- totaling approximately 1,477 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-005912ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6667 for Public Hearing 7/7/23 - SFMTA Order 6667 for Public Hearing 7/7/23
  • Reference:2023-005894ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #75 Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #75 Sewer Replacement #75 - Panorama Drive btwn Starview Way and Olympic Way; 19th Street btwn Yukon Street and Danvers Street; Upper Terrace and Masonic Avenue Intersection -- totaling approximately 366 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-005918ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Miraloma Park Improvement Club native plants landscaping project - 350 O'Shaughnessy Blvd - SFPUC: Miraloma Park Improvement Club native plants landscaping project - 350 O'Shaughnessy Blvd - The project is a redesign of the Miraloma Park Improvement Club (MPIC) Native Plant Garden. The design includes installation of a crushed rock path and patio, low retaining wall and borders, drainage, stone steps for access paths, new access paths, and educational signage.
  • Reference:2023-005778ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #66 Various Locations Renovation and Sewer Replacement Project - SFPUC: #66 Various Locations Renovation and Sewer Replacement Project - Addison Street btwn Digby Street and Bemis Street; Buchannan Street btwn Waller Street and Hermann Street; Diamond Street btwn Cesar Chavez Street and 27th Street -- totaling approximately 1,419 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-005784ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_N Judah Terminal Safety Improvements and Lower Great Highway Parking Changes Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the N Judah Terminal Safety Improvements and Lower Great Highway Parking Changes Project (Project). The project would consist of design changes to address a pattern of collisions involving motorists and N Judah light rail vehicles at the Muni terminal located at the intersection of Judah Street, La Playa Street, and Lower Great Highway. The existing street configuration has multiple pinch points for motor vehicle traffic and limited visibility between motorists and pedestrians at several locations when light rail vehicles occupy the terminal. The project modifications were identified by SFMTA staff and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) as necessary improvements to address safety concerns. In addition, changes to on-street parking are proposed on nearby Lower Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Kirkham Street in response to requests from area residents and the District 4 Board of Supervisors’ office. The project site is within the California Coastal Zone.
  • Reference:2023-005756ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_17th Street Quick-Build Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on 17th Street between Potrero and Pennsylvania avenues. The project would upgrade existing Class II bicycle lanes into Class IV bikeways using delineators (safe hit posts), concrete, or parking as protection. Additional bike and pedestrian safety improvements include crossbikes, painted buffers with raised elements, painted corner treatments with raised elements, new STOP control, and new marked crosswalks.
  • Reference:2023-005762ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: Crystal Springs Pipeline #2 - Crystal Springs Pipeline No. 2 Reach 5 (CSPL2 Reach 5) is a 60-inch, 20,300-foot (3.84-mile) segment of steel pipe, extending from SFPUC’s Millbrae Yard to Baden Valve Lot in South San Francisco. The segment is currently lined with coal tar enamel. SFPUC determined that the pipeline needs to be rehabilitated to improve corrosion protection and to improve water quality and reduce the risk of taste and odor complaints. The project includes the following components: - Internal relining of the full length of Reach 5 with cement mortar lining - Excavation and use of approximately 20 temporary access pits in cities of Millbrae, San Bruno, South San Francisco, and the County of San Mateo - Establishment of five new permanent manholes at five of the aforementioned temporary access pit sites to enhance future pipeline accessibility - Installation of six butterfly valves ranging in size from 42 to 60 inches to achieve double block and bleed for safe pipe entry. Additionally, approximately 34 appurtenances including air vacuum valves, air release valves, and blow off valves along the alignment are currently being reviewed for compliance and have preliminarily been identified for replacement or abandonment as part of this project.
  • Reference:2005.0963ENV-03
  • Received:Jun 22, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Frida Kahlo Way at North Access Road - Bus Stop Relocation, White Zone - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to shift the existing outbound (southbound) 43 Masonic Muni bus zone on Frida Kahlo Way in front of Archbishop Riordon High School (175 Frida Kahlo Way, San Francisco) south, and convert the existing bus zone to a white zone to give the school additional loading capacity and discourage double parking in the bikeway.
  • Reference:2023-005603ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Lower Dam Long Term Improvement Project - SFPUC: Moccasin Lower Dam Long Term Improvement Project - The Project proposes to address the need for additional flood discharge capacity at Moccasin Lower Dam and Reservoir identified by SFPUC's dam safety program. Proposed work would include: an excavated approach channel with retaining and tie-back walls protected with gabion mats, 300-foot-long ogee-crested weir with concrete apron and a crest elevation of 923.5 feet (NAVD88 datum), concrete side-lined channel, a single span 150-foot-long prestressed concrete girder bridge across the spillway, concrete spillway chute, stilling basin, retaining walls, transition structure for and canal relining of Grizzly Creek canal, flood protection for the Low Head Powerhouse, grouted rip rap at upstream diversion dam, energy dissipation structure, chute training walls, scour protection improvements, existing utility relocations as needed, temporary creek crossings and temporary haul route.
  • Reference:2023-005585ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SF Controller's Office Refuse Rate Adjustment - SF Controller's Office Refuse Rate Adjustment - I write on behalf of the Office of the Refuse Rate Administrator (“RRA”) to request that the Planning Department evaluate a proposed adjustment to the residential refuse collection and disposal rates under the California Environment Quality Act (“CEQA”). The RRA is charged with monitoring these rates and periodically making recommendations to the City’s Refuse Rate Board as to whether the Refuse Rate Board should adjust the rates. See Health Code § 290.6.
  • Reference:2023-005364ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:City Attorney
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525 GOLDEN GATE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: PGE Power Assets Acquisition - SFPUC: PGE Power Assets Acquisition - The City and County of San Francisco (the “City”) is proposing to purchase Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)-owned electrical transmission and distribution assets (the “assets”) in San Francisco and San Mateo County that are needed to provide electricity service to customers within the city (the “project”). After the City completes its acquisition of the assets, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) would own, operate, and maintain the electricity grid in San Francisco, most of which is currently owned by PG&E. In addition, the SFPUC would acquire property rights as needed to install, operate, and maintain the assets on public and private lands. This transaction does not include the purchase of PG&E’s natural gas facilities; thus, PG&E would continue providing natural gas services to customers in San Francisco. The project would consist of the following major components: 1. Martin Substation Separation 2. Distribution Express Feeder Line construction 2. Local Distribution system separation work Figure(s) to be provided later.
  • Reference:2023-005370ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Geary Blvd Phase 2 Sewer and Water - SFPUC: Geary Blvd Phase 2 Sewer and Water - The purpose of the Geary Boulevard Sewer and Water Improvements - Phase 2 Geary Sewer Improvements Phase 2 project is coordinating with Phase 2 of SFMTA's Geary Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project to replace aging water and sewer infrastructure along the Geary corridor from Stanyan Street to 34th 32nd Avenue. The water and sewer work will be performed just prior to SFMTA's surface work along the same corridor.
  • Reference:2023-005315ENV
  • Received:Jun 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Emergency Storm Road and Culvert Repair - SFPUC: Emergency Storm Road and Culvert Repair - Ongoing storm damage assessments have identified necessary culvert repairs in 2 separate locations along power and water transmission line/pipeline access roads. Immediate permanent repairs are needed to protect public health and safety and to maintain access to Hetch Hetchy Water & Power System facilities that provide essential public services. The associated Statutory Exemption details the proposed repair work a both culvert crossing sites.
  • Reference:2023-005310ENV
  • Received:Jun 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6662 for Public Hearing 6/16/23 - SFMTA Order 6662 for Public Hearing 6/16/23
  • Reference:2023-005219ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: Main Street Streetscape Project - The proposed project would improve pedestrian and bicycle safety on Main Street between Market and Folsom streets by installing a northbound protected cycle track on the east side of Main Street and widening sidewalks. On the west side of the street, the project would include landscaping improvements. The project includes changes to parking, curb management, and striping improvements to accommodate the cycle track and wider sidewalk. Additionally, the proposed project would install a new traffic signal and mid-block pedestrian crossing at Clementina Street and would construct new transit islands between Market Street and Folsom Street. Consistent with the city’s Dig Once policy, the project includes utility sewer and electrical work.
  • Reference:2023-005241ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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73 MANSFIELD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 73 Mansfield Street - Floodwater Grant Application - SFPUC: 73 Mansfield Street - Floodwater Grant Application Project will excavate concrete, install waterproofing coat and French drain at 3 feet of depth around the front and partial side of building. Project will install sump pump at French drain. Project will install area drains at street level on property. See attached diagram and scope of work. Note: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2023-005150ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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2503 POST ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: 2503 Post Street - Floodwater Grant Applications - SFPUC: 2503 Post Street - Floodwater Grant Applications Raise and regrade driveway entrance, creating incline to prevent overland flows into building. See attached diagram and scope of work. Note: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2023-005147ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #24-39 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #24-39 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way -- totaling approximately 1,053 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-005109ENV
  • Received:Jun 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: ROW Tree Removal and Pruning FY23 - SFPUC: ROW Tree Removal and Pruning FY23 - The Project proposes removal and pruning of approximately 22 hazard trees located within the SFPUC ROW in San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda counties. These are dead, dying and diseased trees, as well as trees that encroach on existing power lines, pipeline infrastructure and roadways. The Project would reduce fire risk and public safety hazards in these areas, as well as protect and maintain existing SFPUC infrastructure in the vicinity. There would be no disturbance below ground surface as tree stumps and roots would be left in place. No expansion of existing or former use is proposed.
  • Reference:2023-004993ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Blue Light Emergency Telephone Replacement at Muni Metro Subway Tunnel Portals - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to the Blue Light Emergency Telephone Replacement project at the Muni Metro subway tunnel portals to provide direct telephone access to emergency services in the event of a natural disaster or medical emergency.
  • Reference:2023-004976ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: WD-2874 Water Main Replacement - SFPUC: WD-2874 Water Main Replacement - The Project proposes to replace 8-inch and 12-inch water mains on Joost Avenue between Ridgewood Avenue and Congo Street and various streets with 8-inch and 12-inch ductile iron pipes.
  • Reference:2023-004838ENV
  • Received:May 30, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1547 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/25/23 - SFMTA Order 1547 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/25/23
  • Reference:2023-004753ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Mayor's Office of Housing
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Description: SFMTA_Fell Street Class IV Bikeway - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to permanently continue a Class IV parking protected bikeway on Fell Street between Baker Street and Shrader Street that was implemented on a temporary basis as part of the Panhandle Social Distancing and Safety Project, in July 2020, in response to the COVID-19 Emergency. This project included an on-street protected bike lane. The Fell Street Class IV Bikeway Project is a continuation of the Panhandle Social Distancing and Safety Project, making the protected bike lane permanent.
  • Reference:2023-004695ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6656 for Public Hearing 6/2/23 - SFMTA Order 6656 for Public Hearing 6/2/23
  • Reference:2023-004759ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #10 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #10 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Grove Street btwn Polk Street and Larkin St. - totaling approximately 354 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-004649ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #18-23 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #18-23 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement Prentiss St. btwn Powhattan Ave and Eugenia Ave.; Gilman Ave. btwn Hawes St. and Ingalls St.; 48th Ave. btwn Taraval St. and Ulloa St.; Polk St. btwn Clay St. and Washington St.; Teresita Blvd. btwn Foerster St. and Molimo Dr.; Sutter St. at Steiner St. Intersection; th St. at Mission St. Intersection; Sacramento St. btwn Kimball Place and Hyde St.; Marietta Dr. btwn Arroyo Way and Teresita Blvd.; 6th St. at Clara St. Intersection; Alemany Blvd. btwn Laura St. and Lawrence Ave.; Noe St. btwn Jersey St. and 25th St.; Liberty St. btwn Valencia St. and Guerrero St.; Maddux Ave btwn Thomas Ave and Topeka Ave.; Divisadero St. btwn Haight St. and Waller St.; 44th Ave. btwn Kirkham St. and Lawton St.; Clay St. btwn Sansome St. and Battery St.; Pacifica Ave.; btwn Sansome St. and Osgood Place; Pine St. at Grant Ave. Intersection; Geary Blvd. btwn Cook St. and Blake St.; Alvarado St. btwn Sanchez St. and Noe St.; Bay View St. btwn Pomona St. and Flora St.; Broadway btwn Fillmore St. and Steiner St.; Green St. btwn Pierce St. and Scott St.; Dolores St. btwn 26th St. and Cesar Chavez St.; Greenwich St. btwn Steiner St. and Pierce St.; Mason St. btwn Derby St. and Geary St.; 26th St. at Capp St. Intersection -- totaling approximately 525 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-004645ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Transmission Tower 639N Access Road and Gate - SFPUC: Transmission Tower 639N Access Road and Gate - The proposed project activities are located on SFPUC right-of-way (ROW) easement lands and private property. A portion of the project is located on SFPUC Parcel 1103 (San Joaquin County APN# 026-504-001), an electrical transmission line ROW easement. The remaining 100-foot by 12-foot segment of proposed access road is be located on a privately owned parcel (San Joaquin County APN# 025-316-001). The project is located 1 mile southwest of the Tesla Water Treatment Plant in Tracy, CA., a SFPUC Regional Water System facility. Hetch Hetchy Water and Power is proposing to grade a new native surfaced access spur road and turn around area to tower 639N, to provide access to the HHWP line crews. This work would also include installation of an access gate along a private fence line located between the existing access road and the transmission tower. Road Grading: Ground disturbance from the grader is anticipated to be approximately 100 feet by 12 feet for the access road spur and the proposed turnaround would be 50 feet in diameter. The disturbance area would be approximately 3,100 square feet (0.1 acres) and no more than 6 inches in depth. Gate Installation: The associate gate in the private fence line would include the installation of a new 16-foot tube gate and 2 new H braces to support the gate. A skid steer mounted auger would be used to auger 4 holes approximately 3-feet deep and 9 inches in diameter. The metal posts used to construct the H braces would be set in concrete and the existing wire fence would be connected to the posts. The site is located in soils that have been disturbed during the original construction of the transmission tower. The work activities would be conditioned with SFPUC’s adopted Standard Construction Measures to avoid impacts to sensitive resources (ground nesting bird surveys if work occurred within the nesting season, and accidental discovery provisions in the event cultural materials were encountered during soil-disturbing activities).
  • Reference:2023-004636ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Substation Transformer Bank Upgrade Project - SFO: Substation Transformer Bank Upgrade Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace two existing electrical transformers and install a spare transformer at a substation located in the West of Bayshore property at San Francisco International Airport. Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division concurrence that the Airport Substation Transformer Bank Upgrade Project (Proposed Project) is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace the two end-of-life transformers, bring up to code the connectivity, and provide redundancy/back up with a third new transformer to ensure continual supply of electricity to the Airport by keeping two transformers running, thereby reducing the risk of power loss.
  • Reference:2023-004665ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: DPW: Laguna Honda Hospital & Rehabilitation Center Recertification - Emergency Declaration - DPW: Laguna Honda Hospital & Rehabilitation Center Recertification - Emergency Declaration - LHH is a 769-bed skilled nursing facility (SNF) attached to an 11-bed acute care hospital unit. Nationwide, and specifically in the San Francisco Bay Area, there is a recognized shortage of SNF beds for low-income patients Medi-Cal (Medicaid) recipients. While San Francisco has the largest number of SNF beds in the Bay Area, between 2013 and 2020, there was a 23.4 percent decrease in hospital-based and 10.6 percent decrease in free-standing SNF beds in San Francisco. Excluding LHH, there were only 340 Medi-Cal-certified, hospital-based SNF beds and only 368 Medi-Cal-certified, free-standing SNF beds (out of approximately 845 total free-standing SNF beds) in San Francisco. San Francisco has only approximately 16 SNF beds per 1,000 adults. Closing LHH would have a significant impact on the availability of SNF beds in San Francisco. In April 2022, after deeming LHH out of compliance with applicable Medicare regulations, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) terminated LHH’s CMS Medicare/Medicaid Provider Agreements and its certification in the Medicare/Medicaid programs.
  • Reference:2023-004533ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Webster Street DIP Installation Project - SFPUC: Webster Street DIP Installation Project - Webster St. btwn Grove St. and Eddy St.; Eddy St. btwn Webster St. and Buchanan St.; Intersection of Buchanan St. and Grove St.; Intersection of Buchanan St. and Eddy St. -- totaling approximately 2,144 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-004517ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Innes Stairs Fence - DPW: Innes Stairs Fence - San Francisco Public Works proposes a project at community request for installation of a new chain-link fence, approximately 50ft in length and 8ft tall, parallel to and adjoining the existing public stairway in the public right-of-way south of the intersection of Innes Ave. and Hawes St. Fence posts would be installed every 6ft on center, would be embedded approximately 2.5' and would have a diameter of 1.5'. The new chain link fence will run parallel to the Innes staircase first top landing, and the existing wooden picket fence at 993 Innes Ave. There is known serpentine at this site; the project Maher Screening form and the protective contract specifications are attached. There are no project plans, as the contractor will be directed in the field as to fence placement, but the installation location is shown in the supplied illustration.
  • Reference:2023-004465ENV
  • Received:May 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
  • Approval Action Date:May 23, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Engineering & Records Building-Geotechnical Borings - SFPUC: Moccasin Engineering & Records Building-Geotechnical Borings - The project proposes geotechnical borings along the project site to help inform design.
  • Reference:2023-004480ENV
  • Received:May 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #64 Sewer Replacement Various Locations - SFPUC: #64 Sewer Replacement Various Locations - 38th Ave. btwn Judah St. and Kirkham St.; 9th Ave. btwn Mesa Ave. and Mendosa Ave.; 30th Ave. btwn Quintara St. and Rivera St.; 37 Ave. btwn Santiago St. and Rivera St. -- totaling approximately 2,343 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-004451ENV
  • Received:May 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: HHWP Warnerville AT&T Fiber Project - SFPUC: HHWP Warnerville AT&T Fiber Project - The Project proposes to establish fiber optic connectivity to the Warnerville Line Shop. All work for this project will be performed at the Warnerville Line Shop and would be performed above ground on the south facing exterior wall of the Warnerville Line Shop. No soil disturbance is required. The proposed project would include: (see attached project drawings and photo) - Above ground 3-inch conduit system with weatherhead and pull boxes that would be mounted to the exterior face of the building. - One (1) 3-inch core penetration through the concrete wall. -The fiber optic cable will be installed from a utility pole on Warnerville Road, then to the conduit system via aerial feed (approx. 40-foot span) then continue run through the provided conduit to interior through the core penetration through the concrete wall
  • Reference:2023-004408ENV
  • Received:May 16, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6652 for Public Hearing 5/19/2023 - SFMTA Order 6652 for Public Hearing 5/19/2023
  • Reference:2023-004393ENV
  • Received:May 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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145 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
161 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
147 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
964 NATOMA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
973 MINNA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
167 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
165 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: 11th and Natoma Park - The project site is an 0.48 acre irregular group of parcels located at the intersection of 11th and Natoma Streets in the western SOMA neighborhood. The project would demolish five existing buildings, and would construct a new park. Excavation would include 2 feet below surface grade for clean soil import and would be up to 4 feet below surface grade for equipment footings.
  • Reference:2023-004402ENV
  • Received:May 15, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Sloat Quick-Build Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on Sloat Boulevard, between the Great Highway and Skyline Boulevard, as part of the Sloat Boulevard Quick-Build Project (project). The project would add a two-way protected bikeway (Class IV) on the south side of the road and implement pedestrian safety improvements such as painted safety zones. The project would also include transit prioritization elements such as transit boarding islands and bus-stop consolidation. Between 41st Avenue and Skyline Boulevard, Sloat Boulevard is on the Vision Zero High-Injury Network. The project supports the citywide Vision Zero initiative to quickly implement safety improvements on the High-Injury Network.
  • Reference:2023-004188ENV
  • Received:May 08, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: No. 63 Revision SE Various Locations - SFPUC: No. 63 Revision SE Various Locations - Jones St. btwn Broadway and Vallejo St.; Scott St. btwn Lombard St. and Chestnut St.; McCormick St. at Pacific Ave. Intersection -- totaling approximately 364 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-004129ENV
  • Received:May 05, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1546 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/11/23 - SFMTA Order 1546 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/11/23
  • Reference:2023-004108ENV
  • Received:May 04, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Retail Water and Wastewater Rates 2024-2026 - SFPUC: Retail Water and Wastewater Rates 2024-2026 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC or Commission) proposes to adopt retail water and wastewater rate schedules for fiscal year end (FYE) 2024 through FYE 2026. SFPUC recommends that the proposed adoption of the retail water and wastewater rate schedules by the Commission is statutorily exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15273 (Rates, Tolls, Fares, and Charges) related to the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring, or approval of rates, tolls, fares, or other charges. In accordance with Section 8B.125 of the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco, the SFPUC retained an independent rate consultant, McGovern McDonald Engineering and Raftelis Financial Consulting, which prepared the 2023 SFPUC Water and Wastewater Rate Study (2023 rate study). The 2023 rate study determined that the projected revenues under existing retail water rates, together with other revenues of the Water Enterprise, will be insufficient to meet the revenue requirements of the SFPUC Water Enterprise as projected in the Water Enterprise 10-Year Financial Plan.
  • Reference:2023-004066ENV
  • Received:May 04, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Boat Ramp Repair Project - SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Boat Ramp Repair Project - The previous gabion-basket repairs of the Hetch Hetchy reservoir boat ramp located at the O'Shaughnessy Dam in Tuolumne County have become unstable, affecting use of the facility to launch watercraft. The Project would install a soldier pile retaining wall system to replace the gabion basket wall repair that is currently failing. The soldier pile wall would be approximately 100 feet long and 5 feet wide and supported by 20 soldier piles spaced 4 feet apart. The location of the soldier piles is directly over or near the existing mortar rock wall (close to the edge of the road). The Project requires drilling 18-inch diameter holes into bedrock for soldier pile insertion at a maximum depth of 15 feet. Between the soldier piles, concrete lagging would be inserted from the top of the bedrock to the top of the steel pile to form a wall. For the lagging insertion, excavation is required along the front face (reservoir side) of the road. An ornamental rock wall facade would cover the exterior of the wall system to blend in with the natural surroundings. A categorical exemption was completed for the O’Shaughnessy Dam Boat Ramp Repair Project. The approval action date is August 28, 2023. Please enter this date and the below language into Accela. Date of approval action: August 28, 2023 Date of Posting: August 29, 2023 *Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Planning Case Number: 2023-004039ENV.
  • Reference:2023-004039ENV
  • Received:May 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Aug 28, 2023
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Description: SFO: As-Needed Utilities Engineering Support Services - SFO: As-Needed Utilities Engineering Support Services - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes the as-needed inspection, repair, construction, and installation of utilities infrastructure, including but not limited to the wastewater treatment system and aviation fuel system, on San Francisco International Airport property through the As-Needed Utilities Engineering Support Services Project (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to study the condition of existing utilities to inform future needs for maintenance, repair, and replacement.
  • Reference:2023-004026ENV
  • Received:May 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy Power Rates 2023-2024 - SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy Power Rates 2023-2024 - The objective of the proposed rate changes for FY 2023-2024 is to bring Hetch Hetchy power retail rates closer to cost-of-service levels. SFPUC is proposing to increase electricity rates for the following Hetch Hetchy power service customers in Tuolumne County by 50 percent in FY 2023-2024: United States Forest Service, Moccasin Hetch Hetchy Water and Power Employee Housing, and California Department of Fish and Wildlife. This proposed increase seeks to balance the charter-required goal of bringing rates to cost of service while keeping the impact on customers incremental.
  • Reference:2023-004022ENV
  • Received:May 03, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #5 - 8 WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - SFPUC: #5 - 8 WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR) Contract Service Order (CSO) #5, #6, #7, and #8. Various locations. Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way -- totaling approximately 4,293 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-003979ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Seacliff 2 Pump Station and Force Main Upgrades Project - SFPUC: Seacliff 2 Pump Station and Force Main Upgrades Project - This Project proposes to repair and rehabilitate Seacliff 2 Pump Station and make upgrades to the force main. Interior and exterior improvements would be made to the pump station. Improvements involving excavation would include building seismic upgrades, backup power generator on pad with retaining wall, and replacement of security fencing and gates. A new 700-foot long 12-inch HDPE force main pipe would be installed - the alignment would start at the pump station (100 Sea Cliff Avenue property), cross Sea Cliff Avenue, and travel along 26th Avenue and connect to the existing 36-inch sewer at El Camino Del Mar. Trench dimensions would be 6 feet wide and 8 feet deep (small portion would be 15 feet deep at pump station). The existing 8-inch force main along portions of 26th Avenue and Scenic Way would be abandoned in place. In addition, the project would replace a 12-inch flow control valve and actuator located in an underground vault in front of 140 Sea Cliff Ave. No excavation will be required for this valve replacement.
  • Reference:2023-003960ENV
  • Received:May 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Main Street Improvement Project - SFPUC: Main Street Improvement Project - Main Street between Folsom Street and Howard Street -- totaling approximately 585 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-003949ENV
  • Received:May 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: South APOE Building HVAC Replacement and Repairs Project - SFO: South APOE Building HVAC Replacement and Repairs Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment that serves the South Alternative Point of Entry Building, replace the existing roof, and install a new rooftop photovoltaic system (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s (SFEP) concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to: (1) replace the aging HVAC equipment that is no longer reliable; and (2) continue advancing one of the City's and Airport's renewable energy initiatives.
  • Reference:2023-003963ENV
  • Received:May 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: #8-17 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #8-17 WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - #8 - Pierce St. btwn Fell St. and Hayes St; Oakwood St. btwn 18th St. and 19th St.; Columbia Square St at Folsom St. Intersection; Precita Ave. btwn Alabama St. and Florida St.; 26th Ave. btwn El Camino Del Mar and Scenic Way. #9 - Geary Blvd. btwn 2nd Ave. and 3rd Ave.; Sargent St. btwn Ralston St. and Byxbee St.; Cayuga Ave. btwn Seneca Ave. and Navajo Ave.; Chestnut St. btwn Hyde St. and Leavenworth St. #10 - California St. btwn 8th Ave. and 9th Ave.; Turk St. btwn Leavenworth St. and Hyde St.; Bush St. btwn Burritt St. and Dashiell Hammet St.; 6th Ave. btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St.; Balboa St. btwn 28th Ave. and 19th Ave.; #11 - 14th Ave. btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St.; Valley St. btwn Noe St. and Sanchez St.; Shotwell St. btwn 21st St. and 22nd St.; Persia Ave. btwn Naples St. and Vienna St.; Washington St. btwn Scott St. and Divisadero St. #12 - Joost Ave. btwn Detroit St. and Edna St.; Diamond St. btwn Penny Lane and Surrey St.: Geary Blvd. btwn Cook St. and Spruce St.; Dartmouth St. btwn Silliman St. and Felton St.; Silver Ave. btwn Elmira St. and Ledyard St. #13 - Cortland Ave. btwn Coleridge St. and Prospect Ave.; Cortland Ave. btwn Coleridge St. and Mission St.; Coleridge St. btwn Virginia Ave. and Fair Ave.; Cook St. btwn Geary Blvd. and terminus; Harrison St. and 2nd St. Intersection; #14 - Peru Ave. btwn Midrid St. and Edinburgh St.; Great Highway btwn Taraval St. and Ulloa St.; La Playa St. btwn Lincoln Way and Irving St.; Golden Gate Ave. btwn North Willard St. and Arguello Blvd.; 6th Ave. btwn Fulton St. and Cabrillo St. #15 - Sansome St. at Lombard St. Intersection; Kissling St. at 11th St. Intersection; Fillmore St. at Filbert St. Intersection; Shipley St. btwn 4th St. and 5th St.; #16 - Crane St. btwn Bay Shore Blvd. and Paul Ave.; 41st Ave. btwn Moraga St. and Noriega St.; Gough St. btwn Post St and Sutter St. #17 - Cole St. btwn Carl St. and Frederick St.; Marin St. btwn Kansas St. and Bayshore Blvd. Illinois St. btwn 20th St. and 22nd St.; Gates St. btwn Powhattan Ave. and Eugenia Ave. -- totaling approximately 937 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-003930ENV
  • Received:May 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: McAllister, 20th and 24th Street Sewer Replacement Project - SFPUC: McAllister, 20th and 24th Street Sewer Replacement Project - 24th St. btwn Sanchez St. and Vicksburg St.; 24th St. btwn Quane St. and Fair Oaks St.; 20th St. at Diamond St. Intersection; 20th St. at Castro St. Intersection; McAllister St. btwn Masonic Ave. and Central Ave.; McAllister St. btwn Central Ave. and Lyon St.; McAllister St. btwn Lyon St. and Baker St.; McAllister St. btwn Baker St. and Broderick St. - totaling approximately 2,214 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-003956ENV
  • Received:May 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6646 for Public Hearing 5/5/2023 - SFMTA Order 6646 for Public Hearing 5/5/2023
  • Reference:2023-003828ENV
  • Received:Apr 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1545 for ISCOTT Hearing 4/27/23 - SFMTA Order 1545 for ISCOTT Hearing 4/27/23
  • Reference:2023-003817ENV
  • Received:Apr 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam Spillway Improvement Project - SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam Spillway Improvement Project - The Project would repair defects at the O’Shaughnessy Dam Spillway at the end of the dam along Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, as identified in the 2018 OSH Dam Spillway Condition Assessment. The defects include concrete spalling, delamination, weep holes, voids, exposed rebar and aggregate, and mortar patches that did not adhere properly. The surficial maintenance repairs would prevent further degradation of the concrete structures. The Project also includes resurfacing of approximately 8,000 square feet of the spillway face. There is no ground disturbance associated with the Project and work would be contained within the concrete spillway structure when the spillway is dry.
  • Reference:2023-003755ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:May 17, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: San Andreas Debris Boom Replacement Project - SFPUC: San Andreas Debris Boom Replacement Project - On March 1, 2023, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a Proclamation of a State of Emergency in 13 counties as a result of a series of winter storms that struck California beginning in late February 2023. On March 8, 2023, Governor Gavin Newsom issued a second Proclamation of a State of Emergency that expanded the coverage of the March 1 Proclamation to include an additional 21 counties across the state, including San Mateo County in which the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC’s or Commission’s) San Andreas Dam is located. An existing waterway barrier (debris boom) at San Andreas Dam was overburdened and damaged as a result of these 2023 storms, and currently needs to be replaced.
  • Reference:2023-003744ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: REC & PARK: Goalpher at Sunset - 2201 Lawton Street - REC & PARK: Goalpher at Sunset - 2201 Lawton Street - Proposed project: - Installation of a pair of subterranean soccer goals with an excavation depth of up to 100 inches. - Goalphers would be installed under the two outdoor basketball hoops. - Lines will be painted on the new soccer pitch in a color that distinguishes them from the half court basketball court. - The recessed goal system houses a counterweight pulley system that offers a gentle assist for users to lift and lower the goals. - The cover of the goals lies flush against the ground with a metal cover that is a diamond pattern slip-resistant metal plate. - The underground goals features a drainage and irrigation system. Background Information: The Sunset Rec Center is a community center and park located at 2201 Lawton Street in the Sunset neighborhood of San Francisco. The playground features a children's play area and outdoor basketball, volleyball and tennis courts. This project is an in-kind grant to San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and funded by the Over Under Initiative. Over Under Initiative is a non-profit dedicated to improving the health and wellness of communities by converting blacktop space into multi-sport play spaces. This project would install a subterranean goal system that recesses into the ground when not in use called Goalpher. The Goalphers would be installed on the existing half basketball court in the lower southwest corner of the playground. The flexibility of the soccer goal system would enable community members to play soccer in addition to existing sport options, without taking away the current options.
  • Reference:2023-003659ENV
  • Received:Apr 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 25, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: CleanPowerSF Rates 2023-2024 - SFPUC: CleanPowerSF Rates 2023-2024 - SFPUC staff have determined that CleanPowerSF rate updates are necessary to appropriately allocate costs and cover the capital and operating costs of the program. The objective of the proposed rate changes for FY 2023-2024 is to set CleanPowerSF rates based on cost of service and SFPUC policy.
  • Reference:2023-003617ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 24, 2023
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899 WAWONA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2899 19TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SF REC & PARK: Stern Grove Donor Installation - REC & PARK: Stern Grove Donor Wall - Proposed project: This project proposes to install a bronze donor plaque that rests on a stone "plinth" that intersects a low stone wall. The layout, construction, and finishes of the stones would match what already exists within the Stern Grove Concert Meadow. There will be permeable stone pavers around the base of the plaque and stone wall, with a minimal metal edging to retain soil, and create an accessible level surface at the pavers. An existing bench will also be relocated within the park. Excavation up to two feet for wall footing. Background Information: The Stern Grove Festival Association (SGFA) produces a free summer concert series in the Rhoda Goldman Concert Meadow in Sigmund Stern Grove. In 2003, SGFA partnered with the Rec & Park Department to deliver $15 million of improvements to the concert meadow. Completed in 2005, the re-designed concert meadow and facilities includes improved and accessible seating areas, new plantings and irrigation, stage enhancements, improved lighting and sound systems and new structures. SFGA has long wished to recognize the donors and supporters of the capital improvement project with a donor recognition installation. This project is an in-kind grant to San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and funded by the Stern Grove Festival Association. The proposed in-kind grant will support the design and construction of the donor recognition installation.
  • Reference:2023-003530ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: 2023 Emergency Storm Road Repairs - SFPUC: 2023 Emergency Storm Road Repairs - Ongoing storm damage assessments have identified road failures in 43 separate locations along Cherry Oil Road (1N07) and along Hetch Hetchy Road (1S02). Immediate temporary emergency stabilization measures, including installation of protective k-rails and plastic sheeting, are in place while engineering assessments for repairs are underway. Immediate permanent repairs are needed to protect public health and safety and to maintain access to Hetch Hetchy Water & Power System facilities that provide essential public services. The associated Statutory Exemption details the proposed repair work and includes a table of repair sites with mile makers, latitude and longitude, length of road affected (feet) and reference to the storm event that caused each site's damage.
  • Reference:2023-003511ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: ZSFG Building 2 Chiller Replacement - 1001 Potrero Avenue - DPW: ZSFG Building 2 Chiller Replacement - 1001 Potrero Avenue - Project is permitted through the California Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) and not through the SF Department of Building Inspection, but HCASI relies on local jurisdictions for CEQA compliance. This project is for replacement of two existing boilers with one new boiler, and one of two existing absorption chiller with three new electric centrifugal chillers. A new fire rated wall is to separate the chillers and boilers. The new boiler, chillers and fire rated wall are to be on the interior of the building and will not be seen from the public way. The new chiller room also requires a permanent exit to exterior, dedicated ventilation, and continuous monitoring of refrigerant. The project includes the installation of a new exterior electrical transformer, breaker switch and related electrical duct bank. Located to the west of the building behind a 8' tall chain-link fence, three 10' tall ATSs and one 7' tall transformer will be provided. The tops of ATSs may be visible from the public way, but are set back about 200' from 22nd street. This work also includes some upgrades to exterior sidewalk improvements and grading and drainage related to the electrical equipment. Additional scope include exterior transformer, slab, retaining walls, interior main switchboard, and new exterior louvers. New exterior louvers will replace approximately 50 sf of existing louvers in the existing curtain wall system. Slab foundation with retaining walls Dimensions and ground disturbance for retaining walls, chain link fence, etc. Cooling Tower Retaining wall (on slab): 6’ 2 3/8” x 3’ 5 1/16” 42’ 2 ¼” x 5’ 0” 15’ 6 7/8” x 8’ 4 7/8” Transformer Retaining wall (on slab): 76’-1" (total length) x 6’ 5” Chain Link Fence: 8’ high x 198’ total (No new fencing. Just replacement of some existing fence along the driveway and a new gate in existing fence along the fire lane.) Necessary backhoe excavations associated with this activity will include an estimated 430 cubic yards of ground disturbance, and modification of existing grade and drainage features. Chiller ground disturbance limits: Vertical- 5 feet ; Horizontal- 1,533 sf
  • Reference:2023-003187ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: DPW: ZSFG Building 2 Cooling Tower Replacement / 1001 Potrero Avenue, Building 2 Plant Building - DPW: ZSFG Building 2 Cooling Tower Replacement / 1001 Potrero Avenue, Building 2 Plant Building - Project is permitted through the California Department of Health Care Access and Information (HCAI) and not through the SF Department of Building Inspection, but HCASI relies on local jurisdictions for CEQA compliance. This project takes place at the existing Building 2 Plant Building on the ZSFG campus. Demolish the existing cooling towers and associated upper pad and replace with a similar height cooling tower. New pad for replacement cooling tower will be lower. The tower is not visible from the public way or streets, as they are behind the existing Plant Building. Provide three vertically mounted pumps, filtration system, associated piping, valves, and instrumentations. Pumps, filtration system, piping, valves and instruments are to be installed at grade that connect to the cooling tower. An 8' tall chain-link fence is being installed to secure the cooling tower. A 7' tall transformer will be installed on a concrete pad behind existing 8' high chain-link fencing. Provide steel frame to support elevated cooling tower and fencing. Install new retaining wall, stairs, and handrails. Power and temperature control system to be provided for the cooling tower and pumps. Fencing = 268’-8” Total Length Retaining Wall – 63’ 11-1/2” Total Length Necessary backhoe excavations associated with this activity will include an estimated 630 cubic yards of ground disturbance, and modification of existing grade and drainage features. Ground Disturbance for Cooling Tower: Vertical- 5 feet ; Horizontal- 3,078 sf
  • Reference:2023-003185ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFO: Zero Waste Fiber Food Ware 2023 - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to advance one of the City’s and Airport’s key Strategic Plan initiatives of achieving Zero Waste by requiring that all made-to-order food or beverage containers at San Francisco International Airport be fluorinated chemical-free and made of natural fiber or Biodegradable Product Institute-certified natural fiber-based material (Proposed Project). The purpose of the Proposed Project is to: (1) comply with various State of California requirements as amended by Senate Bill 1383, Assembly Bill 1200, and Assembly Bill 1276; and (2) continue advancing one of the City's and Airport's initiatives of achieving Zero Waste. Date of Approval Action: 5/22/2023. Date of Posting: 5/30/2023. Per Chapter 31 of Admin Code, the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department's website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case No. 2023-003468ENV.
  • Reference:2023-003468ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
  • Approval Action Date:May 22, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: Upper and Lower Crystal Springs Cottages Project - SFPUC: Upper and Lower Crystal Springs Cottages Project (Upper Cottage: Gate SW-3, 8653 Half Moon Bay Rd., Redwood City, CA 94062) - The Project proposes interior and exterior renovations and replacements in kind, and upgrades to electrical and plumbing systems to conform to current code standards. The Upper Crystal Springs Cottage project would remove the outdoor bbq, add new vent screens, replace and upgrade garage doors, upgrade electrical, paint the exterior of the cottage, replace the corrugated siding within the garage and reframe it, and rehabilitate or replace the outside awning structure. Interior improvements would include inspecting for asbestos materials (and removal as needed in compliance with regulations), installation of new flooring, upgrades to lighting, all window and door replacements, a new heating system for upgrades for a new electric heat pump, an electrical panel upgrade, installation of new electrical fixtures and light switches, remodeling of the bathroom to include installation of new toilet, floors, bathtub, shower, vanity, lighting and cabinets, new baseboards and new kitchen appliances. The Lower Crystal Springs Cottage project would replace the roof with new composite shingles to match the existing design and quality, install roof vents, new garage doors, new electrical service, rewiring the interior and exterior electrical including for the garage and security lighting, new gutters and downspouts, new windows and doors, installation of exterior vent covers and painting of the cottage exterior. Interior improvements would include inspection for asbestos (and removal per regulations if needed), installation of new heating system with floor vents, new hot water heater, new cabinetry and appliances, new electrical wiring throughout the structure, new flooring, replacement of all windows and doors, new and relocation of the water heater to the closet, reinsulate the cottage, upgrade the plumbing, replace all sheet rock in walls, new bathroom fixtures, new appliances and repainting of the cottage interior.
  • Reference:2023-003441ENV
  • Received:Apr 17, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1544 ISCOTT Hearing 4/13/23 - SFMTA Order 1544 ISCOTT Hearing 4/13/23
  • Reference:2023-003408ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6642 for Public Hearing 4/21/23 - SFMTA Order 6642 for Public Hearing 4/21/23
  • Reference:2023-003406ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Battery and Clay Potholing - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to perform utility investigation of various identified facilities utilizing high power vacuum suction systems to excavate soils or other materials during site investigation for construction or other civil engineering work related to the Battery Sansome Quickbuild project. This less invasive digging technique is used to loosen soils, rather than heavy machinery or hand-held tools. After loosening, the soil is extracted from the sub-surface through an air vacuum hose which transports the excavated materials to an on-board spoils/debris tank for later disposal or backfilling. Anticipated pothole dimensions are given below. This scope will allow the project to confirm horizontal and vertical locations of below grade facilities such as existing water facilities and fire-fighting Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS) piping. Potholing would occur at two locations at the intersection of Battery and Clay streets: -Location 1 (southeast area): Approximately 3' x 5' wide and 6' deep -Location 2 (northeast area): Approximately 2' in diameter and 3.5' deep
  • Reference:2023-003410ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: West Field Road Water Main Replacement - SFO: West Field Road Water Main Replacement - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace an existing water main underneath West Field Road at San Francisco International Airport (Proposed Project). Airport Commission staff seeks the San Francisco Planning Department - Environmental Planning Division's concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace the existing water main, which is nearing the end of its serviceable life. A detailed project description is provided in a separate attachment.
  • Reference:2023-003347ENV
  • Received:Apr 13, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 27, 2023
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599 LELAND AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
160 MRS. JACKSON WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1100 MANSELL ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
61 JOHN F SHELLEY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
550 OXFORD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2050 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1701 VISITACION AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
200 JOHN F SHELLEY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Shelley Promenade Project - The Shelley Promenade Project would create a car-free bicycle and pedestrian promenade by restricting private vehicle access along the western portion of John F. Shelley Drive. The Shelley Promenade would extend from the north entrance to the Upper Reservoir parking lot to approximately 350 feet northwest of the west intersection of John F. Shelley Drive with Mansell Street, a distance of approximately 2,100 feet (0.40 miles). The roadway would create a separated right-of-way for the exclusive use of pedestrians, bicyclists, emergency vehicles, and other permitted vehicles. The roadway would become a facility used for a variety of active transportation modes, including—but not limited to—bicycles, walkers, runners, scooter riders, skateboarders, and motorized wheelchairs. No initial changes to the paving are planned and an emergency access aisle will exist unobstructed for the full length of the Shelley Promenade. The project would include addition of bollards and gates to prevent unauthorized vehicular access to the Shelley Promenade, and also include an accessible parking space with an accessible path of travel to the north end of the promenade, and a new paved multi-use path connecting the proposed Shelley Promenade with the Mansell Street multi-use path, all as described below. The location of the project is shown in Map 1
  • Reference:2023-003285ENV
  • Received:Apr 12, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: Wholesale Water Rates 2023-2024 - SFPUC: Wholesale Water Rates 2023-2024 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC or Commission) proposes to adopt wholesale water rate schedules for fiscal year 2023-2024. SFPUC recommends that the proposed adoption of the wholesale water rate schedules by the Commission is statutorily exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15273 (Rates, Tolls, Fares, and Charges) related to the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring, or approval of rates, tolls, fares, or other charges.
  • Reference:2023-003208ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Geotech Investigation - SEP-7 New Trades and Maintenance Building - SFPUC: Geotech Investigation - SEP-7 New Trades and Maintenance Building - The proposed project would involve four geotechnical borings approximately 50 feet below ground surface (bgs) to investigate environmental conditions and help inform design for the Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) SEP-7 Trades and Maintenance Buildings Project, which consists of demolition of the existing SEP 850 building and the adjacent surface parking lot (an area just under one acre), and the construction of two new buildings.
  • Reference:2023-003097ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:May 10, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: HHWP Emergency Geotech Investigation - SFPUC: HHWP Emergency Geotech Investigation - Request for concurrence with CEQA Statutory Exemption Determination for Hetch Hetchy Water and Power emergency storm damage repairs and geotechnical investigations on Cherry Oil Road (1N07) and Hetch Hetchy Road. (1S02)
  • Reference:2023-003129ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Bonifacio, Lapu Lapu, Mabini, Tandang Sora, and Rizal streets (SoMa) Slow Streets - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the following corridors for inclusion in the Slow Streets Program (Case no. 2022-008095ENV): Bonifacio, Lapu Lapu, Mabini, Tandang Sora, and Rizal streets between Folsom and Harrison Streets (SoMa Slow Streets). The proposed project may implement design treatments from the Slow Streets Toolkit along these proposed corridors to limit traffic volumes and speeds so that people may travel safely by foot, bicycle, and other forms of active transportation. In particular, the Slow Streets use a suite of durable design treatments to create these streets, including: traffic diversion elements; turn restrictions; traffic calming elements (e.g., speed humps); wayfinding signs; and pavement markings.
  • Reference:2023-003079ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: REC & PARK: Roundhouse Fish Tiles - REC & PARK: Roundhouse Fish Tiles - SFRPD proposes to grant a community partner, Help McLaren Park, a 10 year Temporary Minor Encroachment Permit to install fish tiles to seven of the 14 panels on the Louis Sutter Roundhouse Building. The proposed attachment process includes smoothing the existing stucco layer before affixing each fish with epoxy with additional stucco to fill the edges of the tiles so they are not pried off. To remove the tiles, the artist would chip away the stucco around the tile edges and then pry them off, smooth the stucco by adding a new scratch coat, and repaint. It would then look the same as it does today. Attached please find photos of the roundhouse and the proposed tile.
  • Reference:2023-002883ENV
  • Received:Mar 30, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 25, 2023
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Description: SFMTA Order 6636 for Public Hearing 4/7/23 - SFMTA Order 6636 for Public Hearing 4/7/23
  • Reference:2023-002889ENV
  • Received:Mar 30, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: WD-2780 21st Street Sewer Replacement Project - SFPUC: WD-2780 21st Street Sewer Replacement Project - See project app for details. Approximately 371 linear feet, total.
  • Reference:2023-002798ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #1-7 - WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #1-7 - WW-715 As-Needed Spot Sewer Replacement - See project app for more details. Approximately 1,436 linear feet, total.
  • Reference:2023-002795ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Emergency Repairs to the Third Street (Lefty O'Doul Bridge - DPW: Emergency Repairs to the Third Street (Lefty O'Doul Bridge - see submitted application for more detailed information.
  • Reference:2023-002682ENV
  • Received:Mar 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: PORT: 2023-28 Heron’s Head Park Baylands Climate Resilience Project - 2023-28 Heron’s Head Park Baylands Climate Resilience Project - The "2023-28 Heron’s Head Park Baylands Climate Resilience Project" (the Project) consists of planting approximately 50,000 climate-resilient native plants and 30 native trees in approximately 16-acres of Heron's Head Park over the course of five years. This upland native plant landscape will replace existing fire-prone invasive annual grasses with biodiverse, wildfire/drought-resistant perennial grassland and coastal scrub. Plant propagation and planting will be conducted by non-profit organization Literacy for Environmental Justice (LEJ), in partnership with the Port of San Francisco and San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. Implementation of the Project is subject to successful application to and decision to award a grant from the California State Coastal Conservancy.
  • Reference:2023-002654ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: SFPUC: CSO #1-4 WD-2889 As-Needed Water Replacement - SFPUC: LSLR CSO #1-4 WD-2889 As-Needed Water Line Replacement, totaling approximately 1,943 linear feet (see Project Summary Table for linear feet by location).
  • Reference:2023-002476ENV
  • Received:Mar 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1543 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/23/23 - SFMTA Order 1543 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/23/23
  • Reference:2023-002481ENV
  • Received:Mar 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Seacliff 2 Pump Station Potholing and Soil Sampling Investigation - SFPUC: Seacliff 2 Pump Station Potholing and Soil Sampling Investigation - This Project is a potholing and soil sampling investigation to aide in the planning and design for the repair and rehabilitation of Seacliff No. 2 Pump Station and force main upgrades. The investigation will help determine potential utility conflicts and soil disposal and waste characterization. The investigation would involve excavation of approximately 11 potholes and drilling of approximately 3 soil sample borings within the public street ROW and pump station property (see attached drawings and map). The potholes would extend to a depth of approximately 6 feet below ground surface. The soil sample borings would extend to a depth of approximately 9 and 15 feet below ground surface.
  • Reference:2023-002469ENV
  • Received:Mar 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SF PORT: Drydocks Eureka and No. 2 - SF PORT: Drydocks Eureka and No. 2 - The proposed project will sell both Eureka and Drydock No. 2 and the two drydocks will be towed to a different facility for continued use as floating drydocks for ship repair. Prior to their removal the two drydocks will be the subject of video documentation. The video documentation will be narrated by port staff who will describe the features and function of the drydocks and will be accompanied by a video that will provide a visual record of the commercial use when it took its current name Eureka. A recent condition assessment of the Eureka concluded that it is in fair to poor condition and would require a substantial amount of work to repair some critical components. For example, the vessel is currently not watertight and requires continuous pumping to stay afloat. Drydock No. 2 is a single section steel rigid unit type of floating drydock that was capable of accommodating ships up to 55,000 long tons. Drydock No. 2 is 800 feet long, 186 feet wide and 66 feet tall. Drydock No. 2 was constructed in 1970 by Bethlehem Steel Corporation at Pier 68 and was designed by Earl & Wright Consulting Engineers. Drydock No. 2 was used for ship repair at Pier 68 from 1970 to 2017 when shipyard repair operations ceased. Drydock No. 2 underwent modifications in 2008 (modifications to the wing walls and addition of sponsons (a feature that projects from the hull of a vessel to aid in increased stability and or buoyancy) to allow for the repair of larger cruise ships. Drydock No. 2 is also in poor condition per a 2016 inspection that determined the facility did not meet current health and safety licensing requirements.
  • Reference:2023-002354ENV
  • Received:Mar 16, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: San Francisco Public Works: Potholing Various Locations - Public Works proposes to perform utility investigation of various identified facilities utilizing high power vacuum suction system to excavate soils or other materials during site investigation for construction projects or other civil engineering work. This is a less invasive digging technique that is used to loosen soils, rather than heavy machinery or handheld tools. After loosening, the soil is extracted from the sub-surface through an air vacuum hose which transports it to an on-board spoil/debris tank for later disposal or backfilling. The anticipated pothole dimensions are provided below. This scope would allow projects to confirm horizontal and vertical locations of facilities to confirm designs and improve constructability on upcoming construction projects. Site-specific details are as follows: At the intersection of Minna/New Montgomery, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E Electric Line for the Minna Natoma project. At the intersection of Minna/New Montgomery, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E 3" Deactivated gas line for the Minna Natoma project. At the intersection of 1st/Mission, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a UST UST w/ unknown dimensions for the Transit U project. At the intersection of Russ/Folsom, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E Electric Line for the Folsom Streetscape project. At the intersection of Folsom/Mabini, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E Electric Line for the Folsom Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Mission and Howard, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E 16" Gas for the Beale Phase 1 project. On Beale St. between Mission and Howard, a 4'x4', 6' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a Water 12" Potable Water for the Beale Phase 2 project. a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a Water 12" Water for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E 16" Gas for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x7', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a AWSS / PG&E 14" AWSS and 16" Gas for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 4' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a Unknown Check for clear space for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a Water 12" Water for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a AWSS 14" AWSS for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Beale St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E 16" Gas for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Main St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x5', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a AT&T / PG&E AT&T and 3" Gas for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Main St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x5', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a AT&T / PG&E AT&T and 3" Gas for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Main St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E / Water 3" Gas and 20" Water for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project. On Main St. between Folsom and Howard, a 3'x3', 5' deep pothole to be dug for determining the position of a PG&E / Water 3" Gas and 20" Water for the Transbay Block 3 Park & Streetscape project.
  • Reference:2023-002234ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: #93-98 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #93-98 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work #93 - Commonwealth Avenue btwn California Street and Euclid Avenue; O'Farrell Street btwn Jones Street and Leavenworth Street; Turk Street btwn Fillmore Street and Steiner Street; 8th Avenue btwn Lake Street and California Street; 48th Avenue btwn Taraval Street and Great Highway; #94 - Noe Street at 15th Street Intersection; Carolina Street at 23rd Street Intersection; Eddy Street btwn Divisadero Street; and Broderick Street; 9th Street at B Avenue Intersection; Austin Street at Franklin Street Intersection; #95 - 9th Avenue btwn Lawton Street and Moraga Street; 27th Avenue btwn El Camino Del Mar and Lake Street; La Grande Avenue btwn Brazil Avenue and Dublin Street; 7th Avenue btwn Irving Street and Hugo Street; Alvarado Street btwn Noe Street and Castro Street #96 - Turk Street btwn Fillmore Street and Steiner Street; Shotwell Street btwn 21st Street and 22nd Street; Duboce Avenue btwn Belcher Street and Steiner Street; West Clay Street at 24th Avenue Intersection; 16th Street btwn Mission Street and Valencia Street #97 - Alvarado Street btwn Castro Street and Diamond Street; 27th Avenue btwn Kirkham Street and Lawton Street; Mariner Drive at Gateview Avenue Intersection (grassy field across from 1202 Mariner Drive); Stillings Avenue at Detroit Street Intersection; McAllister Street btwn Fillmore Street snd Steiner Street #98 - 19th Street btwn Diamond Street and Eureka Street; Geary Blvd btwn 2nd Avenue and 3rd Avenue; Precita Avenue btwn Mission Street and Coso Avenue; Pearl Street btwn Pink Alley and Duboce Avenue; 19th Street at Diamond Street Intersection -- totaling approximately 499 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-002242ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6450 for Public Hearing 3/17/23 - SFMTA Order 6450 for Public Hearing 3/17/23
  • Reference:2023-002223ENV
  • Received:Mar 13, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Bunkhouse Interset Pole - SFPUC: Moccasin Bunkhouse Interset Pole - The proposed project activities are on SFPUC right-of-way and fee-owned lands (SFPUC Parcel 276-1), located behind the Moccasin Bunkhouse garage in the town of Moccasin, CA. Hetch Hetchy Water and Power is proposing a service/clearance pole placement behind the Moccasin Bunkhouse garage to maintain compliance with California Public Utilities Commission's General Order 95, which requires vertical clearance for a 0 - 750-volt service drop in areas accessible to pedestrians to be 12 feet. The electrical conductor in question is approximately 8-10 feet off the ground and is currently out of compliance. The pole will be placed midspan to address this ground clearance violation (see attached map for pole location). The site is located in soils that have been disturbed during the original construction of the Moccasin Reservoir, the bunkhouse and the garage. Ground disturbance is anticipated within a 4-foot diameter of the new 3 to 5-foot deep by 18-inch diameter hole needed to install the new pole. The work activities would be conditioned with SFPUC’s adopted Standard Construction Measures to avoid impacts to sensitive resources (nesting bird surveys if work occurred within the nesting season, and accidental discovery provisions in the event cultural materials were encountered during soil-disturbing activities).
  • Reference:2023-002164ENV
  • Received:Mar 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Geary Boulevard Improvement Project - ​The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement transit and safety improvements along the 38 Geary/38 Geary Rapid line on Geary Boulevard in the Richmond District between Stanyan Street and 34th Avenue. Project elements include: - ​Installing transit lanes between 28th and 15th avenues. ​ - Relocating 10 bus stops, removing two closely-spaced stops and extending bus stop lengths to improve transit performance and accessibility. ​ - Pedestrian safety improvements, including transit and pedestrian bulb-outs, daylighting, expanded median refuges and turn restrictions at key intersections. ​ - Traffic signal upgrades to improve signal visibility, as well as to upgrade communications from wireless to fiber-optic technology. ​To accommodate the new transit lanes, extended bus stops, bulb-outs and daylighting, parking supply would be reduced. To improve loading access at the curb, new and consolidated commercial and passenger loading zones would be installed.
  • Reference:2023-002038ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Jul 21, 2023
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Description: SFMTA_New Red Zones at MUNI Flag Stops - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to establish new red zones and remove on-street parking spaces adjacent to MUNI flag stops. The proposed project would implement up to 20-feet of red curb at each nearside MUNI flag stop. These proposed up-to-20-foot corner red zones at Muni stops would function as “daylighting,” which is a tool used citywide to improve visibility between drivers and people crossing the street. Parking spaces would be removed on an as-needed basis to provide for the new 20-foot red zones.
  • Reference:2023-001954ENV
  • Received:Mar 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Mar 20, 2023
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Description: SFMTA Order 1542 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/9/2023 - SFMTA Order 1542 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/9/2023
  • Reference:2023-001965ENV
  • Received:Mar 06, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #80; #88-92 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #80; #88-92 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - #80 - Shrader Street btwn Fredereick Street and Beulah Street; #88 - Bridgeview Drive btwn Topeka Avenue and Newhall Street; Quesada Avenue btwn Hawes Street and Ingalls Street; Harriet Street at Folsom Street Intersection; Mission Street btwn 5th Street and Jessie Street East; 16th Street btwn Guerero Street and Valencia Street; #89 - Somerset Street btwn Silver Avenue and Silliman Street; Diamond Street btwn Penny Lane and Surrey Street; Downey Street btwn Waller Street and Frederick Street; Santa Rosa Avenue btwn Cayuga Avenue and Capistrano; 40th Avenue btwn Anza Street and Balboa Street; #90 - Lafayette Street btwn Mission Street and Minna Street; Landers Street btwn 15th Street and 16th Street; 15th Street btwn Valencia Street and Albion Street; Valencia Street btwn 15th Street and Sparrow Street; 34th Avenue btwn Vicente Street and Wawona Street; #91 - Montgomery Street btwn Bush Street and Sutter Street; Illinois Street btwn 19th Street and 20th Street; San Anselmo Avenue at Santa Clara Avenue Intersection; Joost Avenue btwn Foerster Street and Gennessee Street; Miguel Street btwn Beacon Street and Bemis Street; #92 - Westwood Drive btwn Pizarro Way and Wildwood Way; Santa Paula Avenue btwn Portola Drive and Santa Monica Way; Capitol Avenue btwn Grafton Avenue and Lakeview Avenue; Scott Street btwn McAllister Street and Golden Gate Avenue; Jackson Street btwn Octavia Street and Laguna Street; -- totaling approximately 423 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-001814ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6627 for Public Hearing 3/3/23 - SFMTA Order 6627 for Public Hearing 3/3/23
  • Reference:2023-001801ENV
  • Received:Feb 28, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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991 LAKE MERCED BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
207 SKYLINE BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN MUIR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
99 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Harding Park parking lot ADA improvements - REC & PARK: Harding Park parking lot ADA improvements - Harding Park Golf Course main parking lot serves as the public entrance to the Golf Course and the Clubhouse. Additional facilities and services can be reached from the parking lot, including the driving range. The intent of this ADA barrier removal project is to implement corrective measures identified as part of a settlement agreement and to renovate existing facilities within and around the Harding Park Golf Course Clubhouse parking lot. The project is being performed as part of the Recreation and Park Department ADA Capital Improvement Program in collaboration with the Mayor’s Office on Disability (MOD). The following comprehensive goals have been developed to guide the project: • Provide code compliant ADA accessible parking spaces • Provide an ADA accessible path of travel connecting the driving range to the clubhouse • Upgrade paving and hardscape to meet ADA accessibility requirements Four (4) ornamental trees will be removed from the existing parking lot landscaping strip. [Note, 11-2022 scope diagram assumed 8 trees to be removed. This has since been revised to 4 trees] Approval Action: RPD Director's Approval Date of Approval Action: October 16, 2023 Date of Posting: November 9, 2023. Per Section 31.16(e)(2)(B)(ii), the appeal period starts on the date this exemption is posted to the Planning Department’s website: https://sfplanning.org/resource/ceqa-exemptions Case Number: 2023-001766ENV
  • Reference:2023-001766ENV
  • Received:Feb 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:Oct 16, 2023
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Description: SF PORT: Port Special Event Annual Cat Ex Renewal - SF PORT: Port Special Event Annual Cat Ex Renewal - The Port of San Francisco supports a wide variety of Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses (“Special and Temporary Uses”) along the waterfront each year. These uses enliven the waterfront, while providing many different venues for public gatherings, athletic events, and celebrations that attract the general public to enjoy Port lands and the beauty of San Francisco Bay. They appeal to San Franciscans as well as residents and visitors from the Bay Area and State, meeting an important objective of the Port, which manages the waterfront in public trust for the enjoyment of all California citizens. In addition, Special and Temporary uses include film shoots on Port lands, which promote public awareness and enjoyment of San Francisco’s unique waterfront. The purpose of this Directive is to establish the parameters under which Special and Temporary Uses are allowed on Port of San Francisco property from April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024. Subject to the conditions set forth herein, I hereby authorize the approval of such Special and Temporary Uses as described in this Directive, provided that each are determined by Port staff to comply with all applicable Port license and real estate agreements, Port Building Code and Encroachment Permits, and other applicable regulatory requirements. Upon the effective date of this Directive, staff may negotiate and execute appropriate real estate and permitting documents for such Special and Temporary Uses.
  • Reference:2023-001753ENV
  • Received:Feb 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
  • Approval Action Date:Feb 28, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: Oakdale Office Fencing and Yard Grading - SFPUC: Oakdale Office Fencing and Yard Grading - The project would make several improvements to the Old Oakdale Corporation Yard property located at 405 E. C Street in Oakdale, CA. The project would remove existing fencing, gates and posts around nearly the entire perimeter of the property and also within the property boundaries. The project would remove one tree and three tree stumps from the property and relocate an existing shipping container and a three-cubic yard garbage bin to other locations on site. The project would resurface and grade the entire lot, append the four existing stormwater catch basins with rock for water drainage, trench approximately 200 feet long with an estimated maximum depth of 24 inches for electrical and communications conduit to the existing offices and warehouses on site, install new fencing with swing or roller gates around the perimeter and within the interior of the property, and install a security camera system to one of the existing on site office buildings. The project would also repave a portion of the property to include six vehicle and one accessible parking spaces.
  • Reference:2023-001720ENV
  • Received:Feb 25, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Canyon Tunnel Hetchy Adit Improvement Project - SFPUC: Canyon Tunnel Hetchy Adit Improvement Project - The Canyon Tunnel Hetchy Adit Improvement Project would replace the existing adit concrete plug and bulkhead door due to the ongoing leakage that was identified inside the existing adit concrete plug and bulkhead door. Construction activities would include (1) the construction of a new concrete plug and bulkhead access door, (2) the partial demolition of existing structures, (3) replacement of existing drain piping and air release valves, (4) construction of a concrete driving surface between the new and existing concrete plugs and concrete ramps at the upstream and downstream ends for equipment access, and 5) minor grading and placement of gravel on portions of the Hetchy Adit Access Road and staging areas with non-paved surfaces. The project is proposed to be constructed in two distinct phases: (1) while the Canyon Power Tunnel is operational, and (2) during a planned outage of the Canyon Power Tunnel to complete the work.
  • Reference:2023-001726ENV
  • Received:Feb 25, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Seacliff 1 Pump and Force Main Upgrade Project - SFPUC: Seacliff 1 Pump and Force Main Upgrade Project - This Project proposes to replace the existing Seacliff 1 Pump Station, currently located on a SFPUC-owned parcel adjacent to GGNRA property, with a new underground pump station located within the public ROW on Seacliff Avenue. The new pump station would be approximately 9 feet by 17 feet by 18 feet deep. New mechanical and electrical cabinets along with new security fencing would replace existing cabinets located within GGNRA property. The old pump station and related infrastructure within GGNRA property would be decommissioned and abandoned in place. This Project also proposes replacing related sewer infrastructure within the public ROW, including sewer force main, combined sewer pipe, manholes and sewer laterals for 5 residences. An existing 741 linear feet of 8-inch cast iron force main would be replaced with new 6-inch HDPE or DIP force main. An additional 188 linear feet of new 6-inch force main would be required for connection to the existing 12-inch VCP combined sewer pipe. Other segments of 8-inch ISP combined sewer pipe (188 and 244 linear feet respectively) would be replaced with VCP pipe and connected to the new pump station. A portion of the 8-inch ISP combined sewer pipe is within a SFPUC-owned easement within private property. Excavation for new pipelines would range from 2 to 10 feet deep and average 5-6 feet deep. Old pipeline segments would either be abandoned in place or demolished and removed from the public ROW.
  • Reference:2023-001723ENV
  • Received:Feb 25, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Signage Installation at Bayfront Park and West-Of Bayshore Property Project - SFO: Signage Installation at Bayfront Park and West-Of Bayshore Property Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to install signage advising the public of the prohibition of feeding wildlife at Bayfront Park and the West-of-Bayshore property at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Airport Staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division concurrence that the Signage Installation at Bayfront Park and the WOB Property Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to enhance public safety by discouraging the public from feeding birds/wildlife in close proximity of active aircraft operations, and to reduce the risk of bird strikes. Date of Approval Action: August 10, 2023 Date of Posting: August 10, 2023.
  • Reference:2023-001717ENV
  • Received:Feb 25, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
  • Approval Action Date:Aug 10, 2023
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Description: SFO: ERF #1 Relocation Project - SFO: ERF #1 Relocation Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to relocate the existing Emergency Response Facility (ERF) #1 at San Francisco International Airport (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to demolish the existing ERF #1 building, which is reaching the end of its serviceable life, and to relocate ERF #1 from its existing location to a nearby surface parking lot.
  • Reference:2023-001703ENV
  • Received:Feb 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: #85-87 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #85-87 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - #85 - Industrial St. btwn Bayshore Blvd. and Boutwell St.; Spear St. btwn Mission St. and Market St.; De Soto St. btwn Holloway Ave. and Urbano Dr.; Clarendon Ave. btwn Laguna Honda Blvd. and Clarendon Woods Ave.; #86 - Clinton Park btwn Guerrero St. and Dolores St.; Stockton St. btwn Jackson St. and Pacific Ave.; 12th Ave. btwn Magellan Ave. and terminus Lincoln Way btwn 7th Ave. and 8th Ave.; Turk St. at Buchanan St. Intersection; #87 - San Jose Ave. btwn Juri St. and 26th St.; Prospect Ave. btwn Esmeralda Ave and Virginia Ave.; Goettingen St. btwn Ward St. and Harness Ave.; Rhode Island St, btwn 19th St. and 20th St.; Laidley St. btwn Noe St. and 30th St.-- totaling approximately 229 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-001697ENV
  • Received:Feb 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: OSH Camp Sewer Lift Station Rehab - SFPUC: OSH Camp Sewer Lift Station Rehab - The project proposes to rehabilitate and modernize the existing sewer lift station located approximately 0.20 miles southeast of O'Shaughnessy Damn in Tuolumne County. Rehabilitation would include a complete electrical upgrade to the existing lift station, installing new submersible pumps and instrumentation, control scheme integrate the existing lift station into the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, and performing facility upgrades to improve the sewer lift station's security and weather durability.
  • Reference:2023-001675ENV
  • Received:Feb 24, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Apr 25, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: New Engineering and Archives Building-Moccasin - SFPUC: New Engineering and Archives Building-Moccasin - The project proposes to construct a new two-story, 32-foot-tall (38 feet to the top of the elevator penthouse), approximately 26,000 square foot (sf) building in the same location where existing temporary trailers are currently located. The existing trailers would be demolished. The new building would provide office and storage space for the Engineering group, office and equipment staging space for the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Operational Technology Services (OTS) groups, and office, archive storage, and library shelving for the Records group. The project would also construct an approximately 15,000 sf parking lot with 49 spaces in an area adjacent to the south of the proposed building location. Employees and records currently residing in the existing temporary trailers would need to be relocated to temporary trailers on site and/or via rental of off-site space during construction.
  • Reference:2023-001686ENV
  • Received:Feb 24, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1541 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/23/23 - SFMTA Order 1541 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/23/23
  • Reference:2023-001623ENV
  • Received:Feb 23, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Visitacion Valley & Portola Community Based Transportation Plan - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to adopt the Visitacion Valley and Portola Community Based Transportation Plan. The two communities of Visitacion Valley and Portola are located in the southeast corner of San Francisco. They are bounded on the south by Daly City, to the east by Highway 101, to the north by Interstate 280, and to the west by McLaren Park. Located far from the downtown core of San Francisco, the communities of Visitacion Valley and Portola face substantial barriers and challenges to their transportation needs. The transportation plan is a 2-year community-driven planning effort that seeks to improve physical mobility in the area by focusing on meeting the needs of the existing residents and businesses. The transportation plan includes a set of potential transportation improvements and a set of policy recommendations for non-infrastructure/capital needs (such as transit service and access to bicycles) identified by the community to meet their transportation needs. The potential improvements identified in the transportation plan at a conceptual level include pedestrian-scale lighting, crosswalk and curb ramp improvements, bike network projects such as bike lanes or neighborways, transit stop improvements, speed humps, pedestrian bulb-outs, and raised mid-block crosswalks.
  • Reference:2023-001452ENV
  • Received:Feb 16, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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933 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
945 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
935 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
937 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
943 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
941 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
939 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
947 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
949 STOCKTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_Central Subway Chinatown-Rose Pak Station Public Art - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install public art at the following locations at the Chinatown-Rose Pak Station located at the southwest corner of Stockton and Washington streets: (1) at surface/street level on the parapet façade of the Chinatown-Rose Pak Station portal; and (2) at two locations at the platform level at the Chinatown-Rose Pak Station. The proposed project would not involve any excavation. A complete project description is attached below.
  • Reference:2023-001384ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Slow Streets Program - Chenery Slow Street and 20th Street Slow Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the following two corridors for inclusion into the Slow Streets Program: 1) Chenery Street between Elk and Diamond streets 2) 20th Street between Shotwell Street and Potrero Avenue These proposed Slow Streets would include design treatments that would limit traffic volumes and speeds along the corridor and allow them to be safely used by people traveling by foot, bicycle, and other forms of active transportation.
  • Reference:2023-001364ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6619 for Public Hearing 2/17/23 - SFMTA Order 6619 for Public Hearing 2/17/23
  • Reference:2023-001251ENV
  • Received:Feb 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: SEP-7 Trades and Maintenance Buildings - SFPUC: SEP-7 Trades and Maintenance Buildings - The project would demolish the existing Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) 850 building and the adjacent surface parking lot (an area just under one acre), and construct two new buildings, the Mechanical Maintenance (SEP 603) building and the Operations, Engineering and Maintenance (SEP 914) building. The Mechanical Maintenance building or SEP 603 would be one-story, 35 feet-tall, and approximately 10,000 square feet with industrial shops for SEP maintenance crews. The Operations, Engineering and Maintenance building or SEP 914 would be three-stories, 50 feet-tall, and approximately 42,000 square feet. The building would consist of industrial shops for Painters, Carpenters, and Plumbers on the first floor, shower/locker facilities on the second floor, and offices for Engineering staff on the third floor. Demolition of the SEP 850 building would require temporary relocation of its building occupants, showers, and facilities to trailers at the SEP and possibly to 1800 Oakdale. Currently, the Headworks trailers are being considered for temporary office space. A new shower trailer would need to be sourced for staff use throughout the life of the project. Additionally, the demolition of SEP 850 would require relocation of major utilities, including boilers and chillers that serve existing SEP 930 and SEP 940 buildings. A local, temporary solution would need to found to assure these utilities remain intact during construction. The SEP 850 building has exceeded its useful life and is no longer safe for occupancy without substantial upgrades. Replacement of SEP 850 has become a priority due to its disrepair.
  • Reference:2023-001206ENV
  • Received:Feb 09, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: BCTD Phase 4 Water Improvements - SFPUC: BCTD Phase 4 Water Improvements - The Project proposes the following improvements in the City's Bayview District: 1. Installation of a new duct bank from just north of the intersection of Evans Avenue and Rankin Street to 2000 Marin Street. Includes pavement restoration along duct bank alignment. 2. Installation of vaults for cable pulling along the duct bank alignment 3. Replacement of existing 12-inch and 8-inch cast iron potable water mains with new 12-inch ductile iron pipe mains along three segments (Evans Avenue from Napoleon Street north to the existing Evans Avenue bridge near Cesar Chavez Street, Marin Street from Evans Avenue to the Marin Street terminus, and Cesar Chavez Street from Evans Avenue to Mississippi Street). This project component involves the provision and replacement of water main appurtenances including valves, fire hydrants, and water service. This includes the decommissioning of a historically designated fire hydrant (installed between 1908 and 1913) and the installation of new fire hydrant along Evans Street at the intersection of Napoleon Street. 4. Extension and modernization of the existing emergency water system from the intersection of Evans Avenue and Marin Street to the Marin Street terminus. This project component will also include the installation of high pressure fire hydrants and high pressure valves. An existing 12-inch high pressure valve located along Evans Avenue north of Napoleon Street will be modernized with the installation of a new electrical actuator. 5. Ancillary work including ADA curb ramp upgrades, traffic signal related improvements, and restoration of traffic markings and striping
  • Reference:2023-001209ENV
  • Received:Feb 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Ingoing Road Slide at Five Points Geotech - SFPUC: Ingoing Road Slide at Five Points Geotech - The geotechnical investigation activities would include the following: • Excavation of the existing roadway for construction of a 10-foot-wide ramp for drill rig access to proposed boring locations • Drilling three borings approximately 6 inches in diameter, one at each of the following locations: o One at the road surface o One approximately 30-feet down the slope o One approximately 20 feet up-slope from the edge of the reservoir water • Borings to be drilled at least 10 feet into bedrock, max depth not to exceed approximately 30 feet below ground surface The geotechnical investigation would commence immediately upon EP approval of this Statutory Exemption request. In accordance with SFPUC Standard Construction Measure Number 3, work crews would be required to implement erosion and sedimentation controls during Project activity and upon completion of the repairs, as necessary. Permanent roadway repairs outside of the scope of this request will be required and will be included in a subsequent environmental review.
  • Reference:2023-001133ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1540 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/9/23 - SFMTA Order 1540 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/9/23
  • Reference:2023-001164ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Van Ness Avenue Traffic Signal Mast Arm Replacement Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to replace two existing traffic signal mast arms on Van Ness Avenue, at Van Ness Avenue at Francisco Street and Van Ness Avenue at Lombard Street. The existing traffic signal mast arms would be removed from the mast pole and replaced with new shortened mast arms to provide additional clearance to the MUNI overhead contact system wires. At Van Ness Avenue and Francisco Street, the approximately 35-foot-long mast arm would be replaced with an approximately 8-foot-long mast arm in the northbound direction; only one of the two signal heads would be re-installed. At Van Ness Avenue and Lombard Street, the approximately 30-foot-long mast arm would be replaced with an approximately 25-foot-long mast arm in the southbound direction; all signal heads would be reinstalled. The existing mast poles in both locations would be retained. Neither of the traffic signals, mast poles, and mast arms are eligible or designated historic resources, nor are the locations within an eligible or designated historic district. The poles and light fixtures were installed in late 2020 as part of the Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit project. The proposed work would be carried out by a licensed contractor managed by San Francisco Public Works with funding/oversight from SFMTA. No ground disturbance, excavation or tree removal would be required for the project. No changes to signal timing, turn restrictions, or loading are proposed as part of this project.
  • Reference:2023-001016ENV
  • Received:Feb 02, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #81-84 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #81-84 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work #81: Clarendon Ave btwn Laguna Honda Blvd and Olympia Way; Marietta Dr btwn Arroyo Way and Bella Vista Way; Buchanan St btwn Bush St and Pine St; College Ave btwn Saint Mary's Ave and Mission St; Laguna Honda Blvd at Clarendon Ave Intersection; #82: Fulton St btwn Laguna St and Bucanan St; Yerba Buena Ave btwn Santa Clara Ave and Santa Paula Ave (easement); Duboce Ave btwn Belcher St and Steiner St; Jones St btwn Antonio St and O'Farrell St; Franklin St at Grove St Intersection; #83: 4th St btwn Market St and Stevenson St; Alabama St btwn Mariposa St and 18th St; Brunswick St btwn Curtis St and Newton St; Magellan Ave btwn Cortes Ave and Montalvo Ave; Magellan Ave btwn Cortes Ave and Montalvo Ave (easement); #84: Custer Ave btwn Quint St and Rankin St; -- totaling approximately 179 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-000960ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Statutory Exemption - Second Garrote Rd Emergency Road Repair Project - SFPUC: Statutory Exemption - Second Garrote Rd Emergency Road Repair Project - The storms resulted in significant damage along Second Garrote Road and other upcountry roads that present an immediate threat to drivers and vehicles that must travel them to operate and maintain the SFPUC's critical water infrastructure. If a vehicle were to drive off a road, it could crash and possibly release oil and other pollutants into roadside drainage ditches that flow into local creeks. Since more rain is likely this winter, current road damage is likely to become more severe and dangerous if not addressed. The emergency repairs along these roads are thus needed to mitigate the potential loss of life and inability to maintain essential public services. Second Garrote Road Second Garrote Road provides the sole access to the SFPUC's Second Garrote Shaft Monitoring Station, Groveland Community Services District’s Pump Station, and a private business. Storm damage identified to date includes the dislocation of a culvert, approximately 200 feet of erosion of the roadside ditch that has narrowed and destabilized the road, and localized erosion of the road surface. To repair the damage along Second Garrote Road, the SFPUC will replace the culvert crossing, restore the eroded roadside ditch with grouted rock riprap, and restore eroded road surfaces with soil and crushed gravel. Other similar repairs may also be needed. Other Roads Other upcountry roads that provide access to critical infrastructure have also been damaged, including slope erosion and culvert damage. Currently known locations requiring emergency repairs include the access roads to Mountain Tunnel Adit 5/6 and to Adit 7/8.2 While the SFPUC is still evaluating the full extent of repairs needed, they are expected to include, but not be limited to, clearing fallen or hazard trees and debris and sediment from roadways and adjacent areas; restoring eroded slopes and road failures to stable ground using rock, rock filled gabion baskets, and/or other stabilizing materials; repairing and/or replacing culverts; and restoring roadside v-ditches and road surfaces.
  • Reference:2023-000964ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6614 for Public Hearing 2/3/23 - SFMTA Order 6614 for Public Hearing 2/3/23
  • Reference:2023-000866ENV
  • Received:Jan 30, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Rescind Tow-Away, No Stopping on Sacramento Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to rescind a Tow-Away, No Stopping (4PM – 6PM, Monday through Friday) zone on the south side of Sacramento Street, from Stockton Street to Powell Street. The curb would become Residential Parking Permit Zone C.
  • Reference:2023-000842ENV
  • Received:Jan 27, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: East SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - SFPUC: East SOMA Sewer Improvement Project - 7th Street btwn Market Street and Mission Street; Mission Street btwn 7th Street and East of 7th Street; Mission Street btwn East of 7th Street and 6th Street; Mission Street btwn 6th Street and 5th Street; Howard Street btwn2nd Street and 1st Street; Howard Street btwn Fremont Street and Main Street; 3rd Street btwn Folsom Street and Harrison Street; Bryant Street btwn 3rd Street and 2nd Street; 3rd Street btwn King Street and Berry Street.
  • Reference:2023-000862ENV
  • Received:Jan 26, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: San Antonio Backup Pipeline - The SFPUC previously replaced approximately 3,000 feet of potable water pipe with a new 12-inch diameter ductile iron (DI) pipe in the Town of Sunol as part of a firefighting system upgrade. The project did not replace a portion of pipe that crosses Arroyo de Laguna Creek. This Project would install approximately 900-feet of 12” ductile iron pipe. In order to cross the Creek, the project would install approximately 450-feet of 12" ductile iron pipe encased in concrete using an open trench installation method across the creek, adjacent to the existing alignment in the creek. The attached figure shows the alignment. The depth of excavation would be 9 feet. Work would be anticipated in April 2023.
  • Reference:2007.0039ENV-03
  • Received:Jan 26, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: HHWP Emergency Storm Repairs - SFPUC: HHWP Emergency Storm Repairs - Hetch Hetchy Water and Power repairs from severe winter storms. On January 4, 2023, Governor Newsom issued a State of Emergency Proclamation1 following severe winter storms related to a series of atmospheric river systems that struck California, bringing high winds, substantial precipitation, river and urban flooding, and widespread power outages. A Proclamation of Local State of Emergency2 was also issued by the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors. The storms affected San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) watershed lands, and associated access routes to critical water and power distribution and transmission infrastructure. These storms forced the closure and caused damage to highways and roads, produced hazardous trees, as well as caused levee and culvert failures. The SFPUC Natural Resources and Lands Management Division requests Planning Department concurrence that the access road and culvert repairs and hazard tree mitigation constitute emergency repairs and are thus statutorily exempt from CEQA under Title 14 California Code of Regulations Section 15629 (a and b). CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(a) is applicable to emergency projects undertaken to repair facilities damaged during a disaster in an area in which a state of emergency has been proclaimed by the Governor. CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(b) provides a statutory exemption for emergency repairs needed to maintain critical public services.
  • Reference:2023-000650ENV
  • Received:Jan 20, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_1201 Mason St_Cable Car Barn Rehabilitation - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to rehabilitate, upgrade, and seismically retrofit the existing two-story historic Cable Car Barn building and chimney at 1201 Mason Street to provide critical infrastructure improvements to maintain operations of the SFMTA cable car system. The project would include electrical power upgrades, maintenance crane upgrades, accessibility improvements, office and work area renovations, elevator replacement, roof repair, seismic retrofitting, and exterior repairs. The following Public Works Standard Construction Measures would be implemented as part of the project: (1) Seismic and Geotechnical Studies; (2) Air Quality; (3) Water Quality; (4) Traffic; (5) Noise; (6) Hazardous Materials; (7) Biological Resources; (8) Visual and Aesthetic Considerations, Project Site; and (9) Cultural Resources: Historic Built Environment Resources (Construction Vibration) and Archeological Resources (TBD).
  • Reference:2023-000606ENV
  • Received:Jan 20, 2023
  • Status:On Hold
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Lower Alemany Stormwater Improvements - SFPUC: Lower Alemany Stormwater Improvements - The Project proposes to alleviate peak flooding in the Lower Alemany area of San Francisco during a 5-year storm. The project would involve constructing two new sewer lines: a 10-ft internal diameter Alemany Auxiliary Sewer (AAS) and a 6-foot diameter Cortland Auxiliary Sewer (CAS). The AAS would primarily occur along Gaven Street south of I-280 and along Boutwell Street northeast of the I-280/US-101 interchange. The AAS would be an approximately 1.26-mile-long stormwater sewer line that connects to the existing Alemany Sewer upstream and the Industrial Sewer and Islais Creek Transport/Storage downstream. The CAS would be approximately 0.12 mile long and will connect with the existing Cortland Sewer upstream and the Industrial Sewer downstream. At the western terminus of the AAS, a new diversion structure with a weir would be installed to direct stormwater flows from the existing Alemany Sewer to the proposed AAS. When a storm event causes stormwater flows to rise, wet weather flows would flow over the weir and be diverted to the new AAS. Up to four shafts would be constructed to facilitate construction of the tunnel portion of the AAS using either a tunnel boring machine (TBM) or a microtunnel boring machine (MTBM). If TBM tunnel excavation methods are used, the following shafts would be constructed: the Stoneybrook Shaft, Bayshore Shaft, and Boutwell Shaft. If MTBM tunnel excavation methods are used, an additional shaft (Bowdoin Shaft) would be established between the Stoneybrook Shaft and Bayshore Shaft to receive the MTBM. The diameter of the shafts would range between approximately 16 feet wide and approximately 32 feet wide and the shaft depths would range between approximately 15 feet deep to approximately 85 feet deep. The CAS would have an inside diameter of 3.5 feet and a 6-foot inside diameter steel casing. The CAS would be constructed using a combination of trenchless and cut-and-cover methods. Staging areas would occur on paved streets (including Alemany Blvd, portions of Gaven Street), a portion of the I-280 off ramp, and a grassy area that abuts Bayshore Blvd. within Caltrans right-of-way.
  • Reference:2023-000654ENV
  • Received:Jan 20, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6610 for Public Hearing 1/20/2023 - SFMTA Order 6610 for Public Hearing 1/20/2023
  • Reference:2023-000573ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1539 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/26/23 - SFMTA Order 1539 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/26/23
  • Reference:2023-000587ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SVWTP Expansion Project - The SFPUC is proposing to construct a new raw water Ozonation Facility and associated site improvements at the existing Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP) that are necessary to mitigate taste and odor events at SVWTP, provide additional primary disinfection with ozone, and improve treatment reliability. Additional improvements include demolition of existing facilities where new facilities would be located, new yard piping and modifications, a new access road, new metering pumps and pump replacement, and electrical power supply modifications and improvements outside the SVWTP. Please refer to attached map of project components. Other improvements that would occur at the SVWTP include the construction of a new Polymer Feed Facility to address turbidity issues during high flow rates at each of the five sedimentation basins as well as the following short and long term site improvements: -Remodeling, structural, heating and cooling improvements to existing buildings -Repair and upgrade of concrete and coatings at sedimentation basins and tank farm, washwater tanks, sludge and chemical system piping and valves -Replacement of leaking drain valves and expansion joints around settled water pipes and repair of corrosion around scour and chlorine contact piping -Installation of new washdown system, washwater pumps, air monitors, lighting, communication systems, emergency eyewash station, and fire suppression for existing facilities -Repair and replace bird netting at existing basins and filters -Replacement of an approx. 50' tall lattice structure microwave tower with new tower -Roadway improvements around the plant -Installation of new voltage regulators on existing 21kV distribution lines feeding the SVWTP The project has also identified a potential temporary staging area to support construction to the north of the SVWTP as shown on the attached map.
  • Reference:2006.0137ENV-04
  • Received:Jan 17, 2023
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL4 Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: BDPL4 Geotechnical Investigation - The geotechnical investigation would involve up to 6 boring locations (1 borehole at each site) in Redwood City, San Mateo County at the following locations. 1.1444 (37.474961°, -122.272881°) 2. 1446 (37.474933°, -122.273197°) 3. 1554 (37.474933°, -122.273197°) 4. 1577 (37.474869°, -122.280844°) 5. 1581 (37.475100°, -122.281292°) 6. 1583 (37.475269°, -122.281794°)
  • Reference:2023-000409ENV
  • Received:Jan 13, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #74-80 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #74-80 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order #74: Apollo St. btwn Topeka Ave. and Thornton Ave. / Elizabeth St btwn Noe St. and Sanchez St. / Randall St. btwn Church St. and Whitney St. / Valencia St. btwn 21st St. and Hill St. #75: 18th Ave btwn Cabrillo St. and Fulton St. / 18th Ave. btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St. / 26th Ave. btwn Lincoln Way and Irving St. / Fell St. btwn Webster St. and Buchanan St. / Homestead St. btwn 24th St. and 25th St. #76: Kenwood Way btwn Manor Dr. and Fairfield Way / Rankin St. btwn Quesada Ave. and Revere Ave. / 16th St. at Carolina St. Intersection / Mission St. btwn 7th St. and Angelo's Alley / 32nd Ave. btwn Ulloa St. and Vicente St. #77: Randolph St. btwn Vernon St. and Ralston St. / 7th St. at Mission St. Intersection / Anza St. btwn 32nd Ave. and 33rd Ave. / Brompton Ave. btwn Chenery St. and Kern St. / Powell St. btwn Sutter St. and Post St. #78: Hampshire St. btwn 26th St. and Cesar Chavez St. / Laidley St. btwn Miguel St. and Mateo St. / Oak St. btwn Gough St. and Octavia St. /Prague St. btwn Russia Ave. and terminus. #79: 28th St. btwn Guerrero St. and Dolores St. / Wilmot St. btwn Fillmore St. and Webster St. / Bush St. btwn Steiner St. and Fillmore St. / Fulton St. at Octavia St. Intersection / Page St. at Pierce St. Intersection #80: Monterey Blvd btwn Ridgewood Ave. and Gennessee St. / 30th St. btwn Chenery St. and Church St. / Frederick St. btwn Stanyan St. and Shrader St. -- totaling approximately 681 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-000367ENV
  • Received:Jan 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #7 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #7 WW-697 As-Needed Main Sewer Replacement - #7 - 29th Avenue between Clement Street and Geary Boulevard, totaling approximately 582 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-000363ENV
  • Received:Jan 12, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #16 WW-727 Various Locations - SFPUC: #16 WW-727 Various Locations - The Project involves sewer main replacement along various streets in San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 8,705 linear feet (approximately 1.6 miles).
  • Reference:2023-000379ENV
  • Received:Jan 12, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: PORT: Zoning Reclassification of Assessor's Block 3941 - PORT: Zoning Reclassification of Assessor's Block 3941 - The Port proposes to reclassify the zoning of a portion of Assessor’s Block 3941 from P (Public) to M-1 (Light Industry) separate from the Waterfront Plan, but within its geographic area. This site is located between Agua Vista Park to the north and Crane Cove Park to the south in the Mission Bay neighborhood, along Terry Francois Boulevard and Illinois Street, near Mariposa Street. The area proposed for rezoning is occupied by two restaurants (Kelly’s Mission Rock and The Ramp), a boat repair business (SF Boatworks and boat docks), and a two-story building that has been used for office and storage space. This site was historically zoned M-1 but was inadvertently changed to P sometime in the late 1990’s in what appears to be an administrative error. The Port did not apply for, nor does the Planning Department have any documentation on file to recognize, a change in zoning reclassification for this site. The Port seeks to re-establish M-1 zoning and a 40-foot height limit for this site. Under P zoning classification, all existing business uses are non-conforming uses. These uses would be principally permitted uses under the M-1 zoning reclassification.
  • Reference:2023-000337ENV
  • Received:Jan 12, 2023
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: SFPUC: Laguna Honda Reservoir Hazard Tree Removal - SFPUC: Laguna Honda Reservoir Hazard Tree Removal - The SFPUC proposes removal of hazard trees located near the Laguna Honda Reservoir in San Francisco. These are dead, dying and diseased trees, as well as trees that encroach on existing power lines and overhang the adjacent roadways at 7th and Clarendon Avenues. In addition to the Project reducing fire risk and public safety hazards in the area, the removal of these invasive and non-native trees would restore the surrounding lands to a more natural state and support native species while also protecting and maintaining existing SFPUC infrastructure in the vicinity.
  • Reference:2023-000282ENV
  • Received:Jan 10, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Pulgas Dechloramination Facility Gutter & Crystal Springs Roof Replacement Project - SFPUC: Pulgas Dechloramination Facility Gutter & Crystal Springs Roof Replacement Project - At the Pulgas Dechloramination Facility, the Project proposes to replace all existing upper and lower roof gutters, gutter straps, gutter hangers, leaf screens, existing rain water leaders/ downspouts, and tie straps on the north side of the Pulgas Dechloramination building above the existing truck canopy. At the Crystal Spring Pump Station, the Project proposes to repair damaged structural section of Crystal Springs Pump Station roof. Remove and replace existing Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene-modified bituminous roofing down to the mineral board and install a new 0.5 inch mineral board and new base 4-ply built-up roof and membrane cap sheet. The project would also replace existing gutters and flashing at all roof penetrations, and replace the existing walk pad on the roof.
  • Reference:2023-000233ENV
  • Received:Jan 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Buchanan Street Mall (Sewer Rehab) Project - SFPUC: Buchanan Street Mall (Sewer Rehab) Project - Buchanan Street btwn Turk Street and Larch Way; Buchanan Street btwn Turk Street and Golden Gate Avenue; Buchanan Street btwn Golden Gate Avenue and McAllister Street -- totaling approximately 792 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-000229ENV
  • Received:Jan 09, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #69-73 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #69-73 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - #69 - Broadway btwn Jones St and Leavenworth St.; Hyde St. btwn Eddy St. and Ellis St.; Vicksburg btwn Jersey St and 25th St.; Fowler Ave btwn Teresita Blvd and Juanita Way; Yerba Buena Ave btwn Santa Clara Ave and Santa Paula Ave (Easement-Access at 24 Yerba Buena Ave); #70 - Juan Bautista Circle at Grijalva Dr Intersection; Juan Bautista Circle at Fuente Ave Intersection; Juan Bautista Circle at Crespi Dr Intersection; Juan Bautista Circle at Diaz Ave Intersection; #71 - Juan Bautista Circle at Font Blvd Intersection; Juan Bautista Circle at Josepha Ave Intersection; 14th Ave. btwn Radio Terrace and Fanning Way; 14th Ave btwn Radio Terrace and Quintara St.; Alabama St btwn Treat Ave and 16th St; Baker St btwn Marin a Blvd and Jefferson St; #73 - Potrero Ave btwn 20th St and 21st St; Broderick St btwn Filbert St and Greenwich St; Melrose Ave btwn Lulu Aly and Mangels Ave; Broad St btwn Plymouth Ave and Capitol Ave; Mission St at Foote Ave Intersection -- totaling approximately 224 linear feet.
  • Reference:2023-000098ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1538 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/12/23 - SFMTA Order 1538 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/12/23
  • Reference:2023-000102ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Valencia Bikeway Project - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes to implement pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on Valencia Street, between 15th Street and 23rd Street, as part of the Valencia Bikeway Project (proposed project). The project would convert the existing Class II bicycle lanes into a Class IV protected bicycle lanes throughout the corridor and implement pedestrian safety improvements such as daylighting and advanced limit lines. The proposed project aims to improve safety for bicycles and pedestrians and establish a connected protected bikeway along the Valencia corridor. The project supports the citywide Vision Zero initiative to quickly implement safety improvements on the High Injury Network. Full project description attached
  • Reference:2023-000053ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6609 for Public Hearing 1/6/23 - SFMTA Order 6609 for Public Hearing 1/6/23
  • Reference:2023-000074ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2023
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Generator Building Replacement at FLB #1 Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission (Airport Commission), proposes replacement of an emergency generator and associated electrical system, renovations to the associated building, grading of pavement, and installation of a new duct bank at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport). The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace aging equipment at the generator building to meet current Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and National Electric Code (NEC) guidelines for safety. The standby generator at Field Lighting Building No. 1 is designed to provide backup power and redundancy for airfield lighting and signage for Runways 1L-19R and 10L-28R. Runway lighting is critical for nighttime operations or during low visibility situations. Without power, operations on Runways 1L-19R and 10L-28R, two of four runways, would need to cease until power is restored. There are four main components to this project: emergency generator and fuel tank replacement; duct bank replacement; emergency generator building reinforcement; and pavement grading. The project would require excavation less than two feet below existing ground surface.
  • Reference:2022-012745ENV
  • Received:Dec 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: San Andreas Reservoir Debris Boom and Anchor Boom Replacement - SFPUC: San Andreas Reservoir Debris Boom and Anchor Boom Replacement - The Project proposes to replace an existing debris boom and debris boom anchors that are reaching the end of their useful life in San Andreas Reservoir. The Project is necessary as the debris boom protects the San Andreas Dam and shorelines downstream of the boom by attenuating reservoir wave action. The Project would occur in tandem with erosion repair work proposed along the in-going road (San Andreas Dam Gate) and San Andreas Service Road, which is covered under the Peninsula Watershed Management Plan Final EIR. The new debris boom would be approximately 1,100 linear feet. The boom would be comprised of either a 16" diameter or 24" diameter plastic resin shell with polystyrene foam interior or a high density polyethylene casing with a polystyrene foam interior. The western debris boom anchor would be comprised of a cap plate (8-inches by 8-inches) supported by a 6.875-inch circular tube that is welded to a steel I-beam. The I-beam would be welded to adjacent retaining wall piers to be constructed under the erosion repair project. The western anchor would require excavation of up to 40 feet. The eastern debris boom anchor would be comprised of a 24-inch diameter steel beam and pier and would involve excavation of up to 35 feet below ground. The staging area would be located at the gravel pit near the eastern abutment of San Andreas Dam. Construction access would occur via an SFPUC access road off of Trousdale Road and the I-280 south off-ramp.
  • Reference:2022-012363ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #6 and 8 - WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #6 and 8 - WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - #6 22nd Ave. (easement) btwn West Clay St. and Lake St.; #8 Florida St. btwn 16th St. and Mariposa St. -- totaling approximately 1,199 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-012445ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #64-68 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #64-68 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - #64 - Hyde St. btwn Washington St. ad Jackson St.; Clay St. btwn Taylor St. and Sproule Lane; Cresta Vista Dr. at Casitas Ave. (easement); Sacramento St. btwn Broderick St. and Baker St.; Chester Ave. btwn Randolph St. and terminus (easement); #65 - Green St. btwn Battery St. and Icehouse Alley; Lake St. btwn 11th Ave. and 12th Ave.; Palou Ave. btwn Keith St. and Lane St.; Dolores St. btwn Liberty St. and 21st St.; Carolina St. btwn 22nd St. and 23rd St.; #66 - 25th Ave. btwn Taraval St. and Ulloa St.; Vallejo St. btwn Larkin St. and Polk St.; 26th Ave. btwn Lincoln Way and Irving St.; De Soto St. btwn Holloway Ave and Urbano Dr.; #67 - Mission St. btwn 19th St and 22nd St.; Farragut Ave. at Alemany Blvd; Ortega St. btwn 9th Ave and 10th Ave; #68 - 11th St btwn Minna St. and Natoma St.; Potrero Ave btwn 15th St and 16th St.; Dorland St. btwn Dolores St. and Guerrero St.; Washington St. btwn Grant Ave and Waverly Place; Leavenworth St. btwn O'Farrell St and Geary St. -- totaling approximately 845 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-012299ENV
  • Received:Dec 19, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: CleanPower SF E-Elec Rate Schedule - SFPUC: CleanPower SF E-Elec Rate Schedule - SFPUC staff propose the above E-ELEC rates be retroactively applied to CleanPowerSF customers, beginning from the date they voluntarily signed up for E-ELEC with PG&E. SFPUC staff have worked with the program’s billing agent Calpine Energy Solutions to create a holding pool of customers who opt into the E-ELEC rate schedule with the ability to apply the Commission-approved rates, if adopted, to participating customers’ bills beginning December 1, 2022. Adoption of the action is scheduled for hearing before the Commission on January 10, 2023.
  • Reference:2022-012336ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Penstocks Rehabilitation Project - SFPUC: Moccasin Penstocks Rehabilitation Project - The Moccasin Penstocks, constructed in 1923-25, carry water from the west portal of the Mountain Tunnel, near the top of Priest Grade, to a powerhouse in the town of Moccasin, at the bottom of the grade. Water from the penstocks powers the electrical turbines in a powerhouse in Moccasin and is then conveyed onward to the San Francisco Bay Area via the Foothill Tunnel. Recent inspections have revealed cracks in the penstocks, requiring replacement of the existing alternatives. The project is in early planning stages and several alternatives are considered, including either replacing approximately 9,500 linear feet of the existing four pipelines with four new pipelines or replacing the four pipelines with two pipelines. For the former alternative, replacement would be in-kind to the extent possible. For the latter alternative, the two pipeline would be larger in diameter. Under both alternatives, the overall capacity would be the same as existing conditions, and the pipelines would be coated with black paint as the existing pipelines. In addition, lining of existing sections would also be needed as well as some internal improvements at the valve house near the top of the penstocks.
  • Reference:2022-012307ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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651 LOMBARD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
850 COLUMBUS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MASON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
661 LOMBARD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Goalpher at Joe DiMaggio from Over Under Initiative - REC & PARK: Goalpher at Joe DiMaggio from Over Under Initiative - The Joe DiMaggio Playground is a 2-acre park located at 651 Lombard Street in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. The playground features sports courts including 1 full and 2 half basketball courts, volleyball, softball and four square play spaces. This project is an in-kind grant to San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and funded by the Over Under Initiative. Over Under Initiative is a non-profit dedicated to improving the health and wellness of communities by converting blacktop space into multi-sport play spaces. This project would install a subterranean goal system that recesses into the ground when not in use called Goalpher. The Goalphers would be installed on the existing half basketball court in the lower southwest corner of the playground. The flexibility of the soccer goal system would enable community members to play soccer in addition to existing sport options, without taking away the current options. Proposed project: - Installation of a pair of subterranean goals with an excavation depth of 7 feet . - Goalphers would be installed across the half court basketball court in the southwest corner of the sports courts. - Lines will be painted on the new soccer pitch in a color that distinguishes them from the half court basketball court. - The recessed goal system houses a counterweight pulley system that offers a gentle assist for users to lift and lower the goals. - The cover of the goals lies flush against the ground with a metal cover that is a diamond pattern slip-resistant metal plate. - The underground system features a drainage and irrigation
  • Reference:2022-012228ENV
  • Received:Dec 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Order 1537 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/15/22 - SFMTA Order 1537 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/15/22
  • Reference:2022-011960ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #46 & 60-63 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #46 & 60-63 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St. and Waller St.; Frederick St. btwn Ashbury St. and Delmar St.; Laidley St. btwn Roanoke St. and Castro St.; Monterey Blvd. btwn Gennessee St. and Ridgewood Ave.; Denslowe Dr. btwn Holloway Ave. and Banbury Dr.; Van Dyke Ave. btwn Ingalls St. and terminus (easement); Carroll Ave. btwn Ingalls St. and Giants Dr. (easement); Wawona St. btwn 16th Ave. and 17th Ave.; Precita Ave. btwn Shotwell St. and Emmett Court; 36th Ave. btwn Taraval St. and Ulloa St.; 42nd Ave. btwn Geary Blvd. and Anza St.; Geary Blvd. btwn 15th Ave. and 16th Ave.; Balboa St. btwn 28th Ave. and 29th Ave.; Broadway btwn Octavia St. and Laguan St.; Keith St. btwn Van Dyke Ave. and Underwood Ave.; Victoria St. btwn Sargent St. and Shields St.; Baker St. btwn Page St. and Oak St.; Innes Ave./Marist St. btwn Ingalls St./Middle Point Road and Hawes St.; Van Buren St. btwn Sussex St. and Surrey St.; Bancroft Ave. btwn Ingalls St. and Jennings St.; Pine St. btwn Larkin St. and Hyde St. -- totaling approximately 443 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-011797ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1536 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/1/22 - SFMTA Order 1536 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/1/22
  • Reference:2022-011681ENV
  • Received:Dec 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: REC & PARK: Bandshell Maintenance - REC & PARK: Bandshell Maintenance - A range of conditions such as crack, spall, exfoliation, soiling, biological growth, stain, mortar deterioration, and sealant failure have been observed on the facade of the Golden Gate Park Bandshell per the attached Condition Assessment and Maintenance Plan. As noted in the assessment, the Bandshell is in good condition, and requires minor repair and maintenance work. RPD proposes to address the recommended repairs and maintenance items per the attached assessment and Bandshell Maintenance Plan Memo. The contractor will abide by the attached specifications for historic properties related to cleaning of cast-in-place concrete and masonry work. Attachments: 1. GGP Bandshell Condition Assessment and Maintenace Plan_May 21 2021 2. Bandshell Maintenance Plan Memo Final 121421 3. Specifications: 030130 - Cleaning of Cast-In-Place Concrete 4. Specifications: 04 01 42 - Masonry Repair and Restoration Bandshell
  • Reference:2022-011696ENV
  • Received:Dec 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: Lake Eleanor Dam Bridge Rehabilitation Project - SFPUC: Lake Eleanor Dam Bridge Rehabilitation Project - Lake Eleanor Dam is located within Yosemite National Park in Tuolumne County, California. The dam and reservoir are situated to the east of Cherry Lake and to the northwest of Hetch Hetchy Reservoir. The dam is a multiple arch concrete structure and was constructed in 1918. The dam includes a 10-foot-wide, 1,177-foot-long bridge (i.e., the Lake Eleanor Dam Bridge) along its crest. The objectives of the project is to restore the vehicular capacity of the bridge to for SFPUC operations, confirm the retrofitted bridge will provide adequate support to resist lateral seismic loads on the dam, and provide a design life for the bridge superstructure of 50 years or more.
  • Reference:2022-011677ENV
  • Received:Dec 01, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6600 for Public Hearing 12/2/22 - SFMTA Order 6600 for Public Hearing 12/2/22
  • Reference:2022-011683ENV
  • Received:Dec 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC - #7 WW-73 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC - #7 WW-73 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Wawona St. between Escolta Way and 30th Avenue -- totaling approximately 940 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-011653ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: International Terminal Roof, Air Handling Unit and PV Improvement Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission (Airport Commission), proposes the replacement of roofing, installation of 1.4 megawatts (MW) of photovoltaic (PV) panels, and replacement of 90 air handling units (AHUs) on the roof of the International Terminal Building (ITB) at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport) (Proposed Project). The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace aging structures and equipment at the ITB for improved passenger experience and for energy resilience and sustainability at the Airport. The ITB is 300 feet west of the Domestic Short Term Parking Garage, 2,000 feet east of U.S. Highway 101, and between Boarding Areas A and G. Boarding Area A extends in a southwesterly direction from the south end of the ITB, and Boarding Area G extends in a northwesterly direction from the north end of the ITB. The ITB is the primary processing area for international departures and arrivals at the Airport. The main terminal of the ITB is comprised of six levels and includes ticketing and check-in counters, pre-security concessions, security screening checkpoints, U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities, offices, and amenities. The ITB was constructed in 2000 and after 22 years, some components of the ITB are reaching their end of life and need replacement. The Proposed Action is comprised of three major components at the ITB and Boarding Areas A and G: 1) Roof replacement – The roof is over 500,000 square feet and consists of a multiple-ply bituminous roofing system that has reached its end-of-life expectancy of 20-25 years. The roof and associated waterproofing system are degraded and are failing at multiple locations allowing water to infiltrate into the building. Under the Proposed Action, the roof membrane, waterproofing system, and the façade access system would be replaced. 2) Air handling unit replacement – the air handling units (AHUs), which are a component of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system, at the ITB and Boarding Areas A and G are reaching their end of life. Under the Proposed Project, up to 120 air handling units would be replaced. This would include replacing variable frequency drives, fans, belts, bearings, dampers, valves, and controls. In addition to providing comfort for staff and passengers, the HVAC system also provides critical smoke control, supporting safety systems. 3) Photovoltaic Panel Installation – The Proposed Action would install up to 1.4 MW of PV panels on the roof of the ITB. The replacement of the roof and air handling units will ensure passenger and employee comfort within the ITB and Boarding Areas A and G. The installation of PV would allow the Airport to generate additional electricity on site and reduce its dependency on grid power which indirectly results in air emissions and contributes to climate change.
  • Reference:2022-011500ENV
  • Received:Nov 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: SEP 040/041 Health and Safety Improvements Project - SFPUC: SEP 040/041 Health and Safety Improvements Project - The SEP 040/041 Health and Safety Improvements project addresses immediate health and safety needs, as well as electrical reliability and I&C improvements. The proposed activities include removing and replacing dilution fans, sounds traps, stainless support, and dampers. In the SEP 040 facility, five windows would be demolished and five windows would be installed, and five louvers would be demolished and five louvers would installed. In the SEP 041 facility, 14 windows would be demolished and five would be installed, and five louvers would be demolished and 14 louvers would be installed. Electrical upgrades to the buildings include replaced all LED fixtures and exterior lighting, replacing conduit for scum spray water solenoids and sedimentation tank over-torque system. Upgrading the motor staters for existing sludge pumps, demolishing the existing MCC in the post chlorination sampling room, and installing an MCC in the electrical storage room. Sonic level monitoring would be installed for each tank and DCS monitoring would be installed for the dewatering pumps. Proximity sensors for the longitudinal collectors and cross collectors would be installed. Structural repairs to the buildings include repairing the exterior concrete cracks and deficiencies. Structural support would be provided for the ventilation system and electrical conduit. The stairway to and from the ventilation room would be demolished.
  • Reference:2022-011482ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: SFO Stations BA and TR/TS 12kV Power Distribution Replacement Project - SFO: SFO Stations BA and TR/TS 12kV Power Distribution Replacement Project - The City and County of San Francisco by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes improvements to portions of the existing 12 kilovolt (kV) electrical cable systems (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport. The Proposed Project would replace 12 kV cables within existing electrical conduit at SFO. The 12 kV cables proposed for replacement support distribution of power to the Airport terminals and support buildings. Airport Staff seeks San Francisco Planning Department, Environmental Planning Division concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace and upgrade aging electrical utility cables to maintain reliable electrical power at Airport facilities. Segments of the existing 12 kV cable networks serving the Airport are dated and no longer serviceable. Replacement of the cable sets would maintain primary electrical power and redundancy and minimize or avert disruption of power, lighting, and telecommunications service that may otherwise occur due to electrical cable system failures
  • Reference:2022-011469ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: NPF Drain Line Repair - SFPUC: NPF Drain Line Repair - The Project is located adjacent to the North Shore Pump Station and would consist of replacing the existing drain line that connects from Kearny Street to the pump station. Trench excavation (250' L x 10' W x 15' D) would be required for replacement of the drain line.
  • Reference:2022-011437ENV
  • Received:Nov 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Removal of Temporary Slow Street Barriers on Lake Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to discontinue the designation of Lake Street as a Slow Street and to remove the temporary Slow Street barriers on Lake Street between 28th Avenue and 2nd Avenue.
  • Reference:2022-011384ENV
  • Received:Nov 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Floodwater Grant Application - 1406 15th Street - SFPUC: Floodwater Grant Application - 1406 15th Street - Installation of (1) new temporary flood barrier to front of property, including across the stairs, garage, and both side walkways. Flood barrier would be temporarily installed across the front of the property, approx 64 feet during expected times of heavy rain, and removed after the storm. Existing site condition photo included. Note: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2022-011433ENV
  • Received:Nov 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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429 CASTRO ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
431 CASTRO ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 429-431 Castro Street - Historic Landmark Designation (DES)
  • Reference:2022-006075ENV
  • Received:Nov 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Board of Supervisors
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6000 03RD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 6000 3rd Street - The 6000 Third Street parcel is comprised of three single-story warehouse buildings (totaling 40,195 square feet), a two-story office building (4,700 square feet), and a surface parking lot with 66 spaces. The site is currently occupied by a construction company that uses it to store and transport material and equipment to construction sites. The proposed project involves the acquisition of the warehouse facility to be operated as a transit-oriented, public-facing client services center for the City's Human Services Agency (HSA). In order to provide HSA with the build-to-suit premises necessary for its operations, as a part of the acquisition agreement, the current owner would be requesting authorization to construct tenant improvements. The design and buildout of the warehouse is planned to support five primary functions: 1) a client facing presence for intake and interviews; 2) a payment remittance and supply distribution; 3) classrooms for job training; 4) administrative support functions and 5) security facilities. Other than open space and large room uses, there are a limited number of private offices.
  • Reference:2022-011303ENV
  • Received:Nov 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Other
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Description: SFMTA Order 6601 - Traffic Calming Directive - SFMTA Order 6601 - Traffic Calming Directive
  • Reference:2022-011345ENV
  • Received:Nov 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Nov 23, 2022
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Description: SFPUC: Bulkhead Project - SFPUC: Bulkhead Project - The objective of this project is to provide a new bulkhead system to allow safe isolation for future maintenance of downstream dam facilities. SFPUC proposes two phases of work: 1) pre-construction phase to inspect and clean the outlet openings at the entrances of all bulkhead slots, similar to what was previously done as part of the pilot project; and 2) construction-phase to prepare the outlet openings, install the new bulkheads, test they are effective, and then remove the new bulkheads for long-term storage, until they are needed again for operations and maintenance purposes.
  • Reference:2022-011322ENV
  • Received:Nov 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Central Waterfront & Potrero Hill Area Streets Pavement Renovation Project - SFPUC: Central Waterfront & Potrero Hill Area Streets Pavement Renovation Project - 25th St. btwn San Bruno Ave. and Vermont St.; Cesar Chavez St. btwn Michigan St. and Maryland St.; Hawes St. btwn Innes Ave. and Hudson Ave. -- totaling approximately 907 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-011271ENV
  • Received:Nov 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: SEP 515 Drain Line Repair - SFPUC: SEP 515 Drain Line Repair - The Project is located at the Southeast Treatment Plant (SEP) and proposes to replace damaged drain line pipe at the SEP 515 facility. Emergency investigation of the drain line pipe exposed the damaged line, but further excavation is required to facilitate the repair.
  • Reference:2022-011234ENV
  • Received:Nov 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #56-59 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #56-59 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Lombard St. btwn Larkin St. and Polk St.; Washington St. btwn Taylor St. and Jones St.; Douglass St. btwn 17th St. and terminus; 9th Ave. at Mesa Ave. (easement along Mesa Ave. btwn 9th Ave. and Santa Rita Ave.); 46th Ave. btwn Ulloa St. and Vicente St.; Tennessee St. btwn 22nd St. and Tubbs St.; 39th Ave. btwn Fulton St. and Cabrillo St.; 39th Ave. at Lincoln Way; 14th Ave. btwn Lake St. and Wedemeyer St.; 17th Ave. btwn Anza St. and Cabrillo St.; 18th Ave. btwn Anza St. and Cabrillo St.; 23rd Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; Mission St. btwn 16th St. and 17th St.; Arguello Blvd. btwn McAllister St. and Fulton St.; Lake St. btwn 9th Ave. and 11th Ave. -- totaling approximately 357 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-011126ENV
  • Received:Nov 14, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Water Radio Sites - SFPUC: Water Radio Sites - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to implement the Water Radio Replacement Project (WRRP) in the City region to improve the SFPUC’s radio communications and thereby improve the water and power system reliability. The project proposes to replace antiquated radio infrastructure to provide better communications coverage needed for the maintenance of the infrastructure, safety of personnel, and to prepare SFPUC’s infrastructure and personnel for natural and man-made disasters. The project is also adding radio stations to provide coverage to infrastructure that was previously not covered; a critical requirement from user interviews, a requirement from a SFPUC personnel safety perspective, and a requirement from SFPUC Divisions for infrastructure maintenance and operations perspectives.
  • Reference:2022-010955ENV
  • Received:Nov 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: A-Needed Civil Engineering Professional Services Project - SFO: A-Needed Civil Engineering Professional Services Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes as-needed investigation and design services at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO or the Airport) through the As-Needed Fire Protection Construction Services Project (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks the San Francisco Planning Department, Environmental Planning (SFEP) Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is categorically exempt under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). The purpose of the Proposed Project is to provide support to the Civil Engineering section to undertake focused studies to subsequently develop comprehensive designs for future capital projects.
  • Reference:2022-010975ENV
  • Received:Nov 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 1535 for ISCOTT Hearing 11/10/22 - SFMTA Order 1535 for ISCOTT Hearing 11/10/22
  • Reference:2022-010914ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Bayshore Boulevard Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is proposing to implement transportation safety improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists on Bayshore Boulevard between Silver and Oakdale avenues as part of the Bayshore Boulevard Quick-Build Project (proposed project). Bayshore Boulevard between Silver and Oakdale avenues is part of San Francisco’s Vision Zero High Injury Network. In the past five years (2016 – 2021) there have been 70 collisions on Bayshore Boulevard between Silver and Oakdale avenues. Eight of these collisions involved pedestrians, one of which resulted in a severe injury. Nine collisions involved a person on a bicycle, resulting in four severe injuries. The proposed project would create safer conditions for pedestrians and bicyclists by installing pedestrian and bicycle facilities along the project area. The existing Class II bike lanes would be upgraded from a Class II bikeway to a Class IV bikeway. Proposed pedestrian improvements include advance limit lines, curb ramps, traffic signal timing improvements to give pedestrians a head start to cross the intersection, daylighting for improved visibility (red curbs/no parking at intersection approaches), and a painted safety zone. The proposed project is intended to help meet the City's adopted Vision Zero policy, which seeks to eliminate all traffic-related fatalities by 2024.
  • Reference:2022-010932ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:May 04, 2023
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Description: SFPUC: #41 and 51-55 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #41 and 51-55 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Corbett Ave. btwn Clayton St. and Mars St.; Uranus Ter btwn Deming St and 17th St.; Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St and Piedmont St.; Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St. and Piedmont St.; 27th Ave. btwn Kirkham St. and Lawton St.; Allston Way and Dorchester Way easement btwn Ulloa St and Claremont Blvd.; La Salle Ave. btwn Newhall St. and Phelps St.; Utah St btwn 23rd St. and 24th St.; De Haro St. btwn 20th St. and Southern Heights Ave.; 48th Ave. btwn Rivera St. and Santiago St.; Oakdale Ave. btwn Phelps St. and Newhall St.; Bridgeview Dr. btwn Topeka Ave. and Newhall St.; Webster St. btwn Beach St. and Jefferson St.; McAllister st. btwn Willard North and Arguello Blvd.; Great Highway btwn Ortega St. and Pacheco St; Clement St. btwn 5th Ave. and 6th Ave.; Ashbury Terrace btwn Upper Terrace and Piedmont St.; Hampshire St. btwn 25th St. and 26th St.; London St. btwn Brazil Ave. and Persia Ave.; Congo St. btwn Flood Ave. and Hearst Ave.; Joost Ave. btwn Arcadia St. and Baden St. -- totaling approximately 405 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010936ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #46-50 WW-699 As-Needed Sewer Work - SFPUC: #46-50 WW-699 As-Needed Sewer Work - Church St. btwn 26th St. and Cesar Chavez St.; Ocean Ave. at Howth St.; Jordan Ave. btwn Euclid Ave. and Geary Blvd.; Ashbury St. btwn Frederick St. and Waller St.; Fillmore St. at North Point St.; 3rd Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; Alemany Blvd. btwn Kempton Ave. and Arch St./Worchester Ave.; Folsom St. btwn 22nd St. and 24th St.; Natoma St. btwn 10th St. and 11th St.; Dearborn St. btwn 17th St. and Bird St.; California St. btwn 2nd Ave. and 3rd Ave.; Sanchez St. btwn 2th St. and Clipper St.; Upper Ter. btwn Clifford Ter. and Monument Way; Leavenworth St. btwn Turk St. and Golden Gate Ave.; Blanken Ave. btwn Gillette Ave. and Executive Executive Park Blvd.; 10th Ave. btwn Moraga St. and Noriega St.; Taraval St. at 21st Ave.; Ward St. btwn Girard St. and Brussels St.; Jones St. btwn California St. and Pine St.; Church St. btwn 28th St. and Valley St.; Wilde Ave. btwn Brussels St. and Alpha St.;Goettengen St.; 7th AVe. btwn California St. and Clement St.; Agua Way btwn La Bica Way and Teresita Blvd. -- totaling approximately 467 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010642ENV
  • Received:Nov 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL As-Needed Relining Geotech - SFPUC: BDPL As-Needed Relining Geotech - The proposed geotechnical investigation would aid in the planning and design for the installation of new valves at several existing valve lots located in the cities of Redwood City, East Palo Alto, Stanford, Mountain View, and Milpitas. The geotechnical investigation would involve up to 8 boring locations (1 borehole at each site) at the following locations: 1. Redwood City Linden Street: (37.472700°, -122.217618°) 2. Redwood City Valve Lot: (37.472826°, -122.216289°) 3. Ravenswood Valve Lot: (37.484329°, -122.133068°) 4. Intertie BDPL5 to BDPL2: (37.484063°, -122.133115°) 5. Stanford Tunnel Valve House West: (37.416395°, -122.183276°) 6. Stanford Tunnel Valve House East: (37.416295°, -122.178847°) 7. Mountain View Alviso Valve Lot: (37.397952°, -122.040243°) 8. Calaveras Valve Lot: (37.432499°, -121.895894°)
  • Reference:2022-010608ENV
  • Received:Oct 31, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Santa Ynez Avenue and Capistrano Avenue Concrete Islands and Intersection Improvements - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the installation of curb ramps, concrete islands, crosswalk improvements, and roadway base repair work at the intersection of Santa Ynez Avenue and Capistrano Avenue. The proposed concrete islands would be intended to improve pedestrian safety and access by helping to calm traffic. The project would install one concrete island in the median of the intersection and one concrete island on the northeastern side of the intersection. The concrete island on the northeastern side of the intersection would include a pedestrian pathway connecting the crosswalk to the sidewalk, and a painted safety area eight feet in width protected by delineator posts would be placed around the new island. The concrete island and painted safety area would reduce the adjacent eastern travel lane from 65 feet to 16 feet at the southern side of the intersection, and from 18 feet to 11 feet at the northern side of the intersection. There would be no reduction in the width of the travel lane on the western side of the intersection. Landscaping would be installed in the concrete islands in the form of low-level shrubs and bushes. The maximum depth of excavation would be six inches and there would be no tree removal or changes to existing parking and loading. Additionally, there would be no turn restrictions or other changes to traffic regulations. The sidewalk widths would not be reduced. The project would install Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant curb ramps at the western and eastern sides of the intersection, and roadway base repair work would be performed as necessary. A new continental crosswalk marking would be installed. The project would be constructed by San Francisco Public Works (SFPW) crews.
  • Reference:2022-010530ENV
  • Received:Oct 27, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: SAPS and SVCF Facilities Project - SFPUC: SAPS and SVCF Facilities Project - The San Antonio Pump Station (SAPS) is one of the key facilities in Sunol Valley. SAPS was constructed in 1965 and modified in 1990. The existing motor control centers (MCC) MCC-A, MCC-B, and MCC-C have been in service since the 1960’s and are approaching the end of their useful life. In order to maintain reliable operation at SAPS, the existing MCCs would be replaced and walls would be seismically retrofitted. In order to accommodate the retrofit work, the communications system would be relocated to an adjacent room and the HVAC would be replaced in the affected rooms. A temporary MCC unit would be installed to minimize the shutdown period for SAPS. Micro-piles would be constructed on the exterior of the building. Two pads would be constructed for a propane tank and a generator. The buried fuel lines would be demolished, and conduit would be routed from the pads to the building. The Sunol Valley Chloramination Facility (SVCF) has the primary purpose of chloraminating the unfiltered Hetch Hetchy (HH) supply. The SVCF is directly adjacent to the SAPS facility. The facility is being upgraded to provide reliability of the chloramination & fluoride facilities and to commission the dechlorination facility. The work would include the system integration of the dechlorination facility, the replacement of the chemical metering pumps at SVCF, and upgrades to the main PLC. The work includes some trenching for a new pipeline, approximately 12" diameter, for an additional carrier water and chemical injection point.
  • Reference:2022-010476ENV
  • Received:Oct 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #4 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #4 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Wheeler Ave. btwn Blanken Ave. and terminus -- totaling approximately 617 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010497ENV
  • Received:Oct 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Nov 15, 2022
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Powerhouse Bypass Project - SFPUC: Moccasin Powerhouse Bypass Project - The Moccasin Powerhouse has two turbine-generator units that produce electrical power and supply water for downstream use as a key part of the Hetch Hetchy Water and Power (HHWP) system. The powerhouse was commissioned in 1969 to replace the original 1925 powerhouse. The objective of this project is to upgrade the Moccasin Powerhouse (MPH) bypasses to reliably deliver water when both MPH turbine units are out of service for up to four months at a time. SFPUC is considering options for this project.
  • Reference:2022-010392ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1534 for Public Hearing 10/27/22 - SFMTA Order 1534 for Public Hearing 10/27/22
  • Reference:2022-010427ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6592 for Public Hearing 11/4/22 - SFMTA Order 6592 for Public Hearing 11/4/22
  • Reference:2022-010439ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Water Radio - Peninsula Sites - SFPUC: Water Radio - Peninsula Sites - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to implement the Water Radio Replacement Project in the Peninsula region to improve the SFPUC’s radio communications and thereby improve the water and power system reliability. The project proposes to replace antiquated radio infrastructure to provide better communications coverage needed for the maintenance of the infrastructure, safety of personnel, and to prepare SFPUC’s infrastructure and personnel for natural and man-made disasters. The project is also adding radio stations to provide coverage to infrastructure that was previously not covered; a critical requirement from user interviews, a requirement from a SFPUC personnel safety perspective, and a requirement from SFPUC Divisions for infrastructure maintenance and operations perspectives.
  • Reference:2022-010348ENV
  • Received:Oct 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Old Moccasin Powerhouse Project - SFPUC: Moccasin Powerhouse Project - The OMPH was originally constructed in 1926 and served as an electric power generation facility until it was replaced by the current powerhouse in the 1960s. When in use, OMPH held four large turbine systems for power generation, various shops, offices, and storage facilities. Once the OMPH was no longer used for power generation, it became a storage facility for equipment and project materials until it was abandoned in the 2000s due to hazardous materials and structural concerns. SFPUC is considering options for this project.
  • Reference:2022-010389ENV
  • Received:Oct 20, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Perimeter Road Repair - SFPUC: Perimeter Road Repair - Emergency repair activities would include the following and design drawings included herein as Attachment D: • Excavation to approximately 15 feet below the roadbed and road edge • Staging of an estimated 100 yards of soil along the road edge • Compaction of the soil bed and installation of gabion baskets to engineered specifications (gabion baskets would be filled with 6-inch minus riprap and backfilled with native soil) • Reestablishment of the road structure and grade at this location and recontouring the roadbed for approximately 100 feet to disperse water flow away from the project area Repair work would commence upon EP approval of this Statutory Exemption request. In accordance with SFPUC Standard Construction Measure Number 3, work crews would be required to implement erosion and sedimentation controls during Project activity and upon completion of the repairs, as necessary.
  • Reference:2022-010230ENV
  • Received:Oct 19, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6588 for Public Hearing 10/21/22 - SFMTA Order 6588 for Public Hearing 10/21/22
  • Reference:2022-010143ENV
  • Received:Oct 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA District 7 Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) 7th Avenue adjacent to 1697 7th Avenue, and the intersections of Allston Way at Claremont Boulevard, and Clarendon Avenue at Palo Alto Avenue to improve pedestrian safety. The project would involve the installation of new RRFB signal poles and foundations, pull boxes, and conduits. The project would also upgrade curb ramps and crosswalk markings at each intersection, in addition to new stormwater catch basins and culverts. In total, the project would install nine 1-A type pole foundations, two pedestrian push button pole foundations, one streetlight pole foundation, five catch basins, and two culverts (please see Table 1 in the attached project description for detailed excavation information per component). No turn restrictions or loading changes are proposed as part of this project, and no tree removal would be required. None of the proposed locations are within a designated or eligible Historic District. The proposed work would be carried out by a licensed contractor managed by San Francisco Public Works with funding/oversight from SFMTA. Construction is anticipated to last approximately three months at each intersection. Public Works standard construction measures are part of the project including (8) Cultural Resources, Archeological Resources (Public Works Standard Archeological Measure I: Accidental Discovery). Contractors would use concrete saws and jackhammers but no pile-drivers.
  • Reference:2022-010111ENV
  • Received:Oct 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: San Andreas Spillway Bridge Steel Recoating - SFPUC: San Andreas Spillway Bridge Steel Recoating - The Project proposes to re-coat the steel I-beams underneath the San Andreas spillway bridge due to corrosion and metal loss. This will require the removal of the existing coating, and applying a new three coat system of zinc, epoxy, and polyurethane. Project materials and staging would be underneath the bridge, and access to the site would use the Trousdale gate at the end of Trousdale Drive.
  • Reference:2022-010099ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #37-41 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #37-41 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - Hyde St. btwn Jackson St. and Green St.; 29th Ave. btwn Taraval St. and Ulloa St.; Forest View Dr. btwn Eucalyptus Dr. and Ocean Ave.; Winston Dr. btwn Junipero Serra Blvd. and Broadmoor Dr.; Bluxome St. btwn 4th St. and 5th St.; Merlin St. btwn Harrison St. and terminus; Turk St. btwn Buchanan St. and Laguna St.; Cabrillo St. btwn 24th Ave and 25th Ave.; 26th St. at Mission St.; San Bruno Ave. btwn Wabash Ter. (easement) and Beeman Lane; Castro St.; btwn Duboce Ave. and 14th St.; San Bruno Ave. btwn Wayland St. and Woolsey St.; Noriega St. btwn 46th Ave. and 47th Ave.; Howard St. btwn Lanton St. and Rausch St.; 19th St. btwn Clover Lane and Yukon St.; 15th Ave. btwn Anza St. and Balboa St.; 6th Ave. btwn Irving St. and Judah St.; Corbett Ave. btwn Clayton St. and Mars St. -- totaling approximately 450 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010086ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #42-45 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #42-45 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Hudson Ave. btwn Toland St. and terminus; 30th Ave. btwn California St. and Clement St.; Howard St. at 5th St.; 18th St. btwn South Van Ness Ave. and Capp St.; Ortega St. btwn 27th Ave. and 28th Ave.; Harness Ave. btwn Sparta St. and Goettingen St.; Broderick St. btwn Jefferson St. and Marina Blvd.; Rolph St. btwn Seville St. and Munich St.; Underwood Ave. btwn Jennings St. and Keith St.; Steiner St. btwn Ellis St. and O'Farrell St.; Kirkwood Ave. btwn Newhall St. and Phelps St.; 20th St. btwn Guerrero St. and Dolores St.; Jackson St. btwn Jones St. and Leavenworth St.; 5th Ave. btwn Cornwall St. and Clement St.;; 4th Ave. btwn Anza St. and Balboa St.; Page St. btwn Pierce St. and Scott St. -- totaling approximately 310 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010094ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #61 Various Locations - SFPUC: #61 Various Locations - Girard St. btwn Ordway St. and Ward St.; Hollister Ave. btwn 3rd St. and Jennings St.; Hollister Ave. btwn Jennings St. and Ingalls St.; Hollister Ave. btwn Ingalls St. and Hawes St.; Jennings St. btwn Carroll Ave. and Bancroft Ave. -- totaling approximately 2,303 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-010077ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Lombard Reservoir Potholing - SFPUC: Lombard Reservoir Potholing - The proposed potholing investigation would determine and confirm the location and depth of various existing reservoir pipes at the Lombard Reservoir located in the City of San Francisco. The investigation will aid in stabilizing the northeast slope of the Lombard Reservoir, which would provide safety against any reservoir failures
  • Reference:2022-009692ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: 2023 Lease and Use Agreement - SFO: 2023 Lease and Use Agreement - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to enter into a new 2023 Lease and Use Agreement between the San Francisco International Airport and airlines for a term of 10 years, and to update standard legal provisions (Proposed Project). The existing lease and use agreement expires June 30, 2023. Airport staff seeks the San Francisco Planning Department, Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is eligible for a common sense exemption under the California Environmental Quality Act (14 Cal. Code Regs. § 15061(b)(3)). There would be no physical expansions or modifications to SFO facilities as a result of the Proposed Project.
  • Reference:2022-009712ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: BAYS Memorial Garden - REC & PARK: BAYS Memorial Garden - Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS) is a San Francisco-based non-profit that has served as an inclusive support community for young people with breast cancer in the San Francisco Bay Area since its founding in 2003. Inspired by a dedicated BAYS member to create a healing space, the idea was born to construct a larger community gathering place in San Francisco as a form of joyful connection to life and nature. BAYS members devoted their time and funds, coordinating with RPD staff to identify the current site in Golden Gate Park. The project site, an 800 sq ft existing seating area at Conservatory Drive and Arguello Blvd, will be renovated to accommodate seating and the memorial. Site improvements include but are not limited to demolition, grading, compaction, asphalt paving, concrete paving, refurbishing of existing site furnishings, installation of new site furnishings, the Memorial element, and signage. The project is sponsored and funded by BAYS, including an agreement with RPD to deliver the project and manage the ongoing Memorial element.
  • Reference:2022-009677ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA_Franklin Street Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install pedestrian safety improvements on Franklin Street between Broadway and Lombard Street. The proposed project would include the following improvements: no right turn on red for northbound and westbound movements at select intersections, advance limit lines and continental crosswalks, painted safety zones and slow-turn wedges, daylighting red zones at select intersections, and new 20-foot double-yellow centerlines at select approaches intersections along Franklin Street. These improvements would slow turning vehicles and increase the visibility and safety of people walking in the crosswalks. In addition, the improvements would prevent vehicles from turning into the lane of oncoming cars or bikes.
  • Reference:2022-009704ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Dec 15, 2022
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Description: SFMTA_29 Sunset Stop Relocation and Stop Improvements - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to improve the performance of and passenger experience on the Muni 29 Sunset bus route. The proposed project would relocate and improve select bus stops along Sunset Boulevard in coordination with a separate roadway resurfacing project planned by San Francisco Public Works. Select stops would be relocated from the "near side" to the "far side" of signal-controlled intersections to reduce delays for buses and passengers. The existing waiting areas at these stops, which provide limited space for both waiting passengers and passenger amenities, would be improved by increasing their size and providing additional space for amenities such as shelters, benches and trash cans within the landscaped areas to either side of the roadway.
  • Reference:2022-009615ENV
  • Received:Oct 04, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Dec 02, 2022
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Description: SFMTA Great Highway Traffic Signal Upgrade Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to upgrade existing traffic signals at eight intersections to ensure signals are maintained and in good working order (see Attachment A for maps of locations). The scope of work would include the in-kind replacement of existing vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, street light poles, mast arm poles, controllers and cabinets, accessible pedestrian signals, and ADA compliant curb ramps. The maximum excavation would be ten (10) feet for the signal pole foundations, two (2) feet for the cabinet foundations, thirty-six (36) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes, and two (2) feet for curb ramps. Each of the eight locations above would receive one or more of the previously mentioned upgrades. The proposed work would be carried out by a licensed contractor managed by San Francisco Public Works with funding/oversight from SFMTA. The project would implement the following San Francisco Public Works Standard Construction Measures as part of the project: (1) Seismic and Geotechnical Studies; (2) Air Quality; (3) Water Quality; (4) Traffic; (5) Noise; (6) Hazardous Materials; (7) Biological Resources; and (8) Cultural Resources, Archeological Resources (Public Works Standard Archeological Measure III: Archeological Testing/Data Recovery). Contractors would use concrete saws and jackhammers and no pile-drivers. There would be no turn restrictions, crosswalk upgrades, or other changes to parking and traffic regulations. Tree removal would not be required at any location.
  • Reference:2022-009605ENV
  • Received:Oct 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Storm Drain Pump Station Outfall Structure Inspection Maintenance and Repair Project - SFO: Storm Drain Pump Station Outfall Structure Inspection Maintenance and Repair Project - The storm drain pump stations at the Airport serve to pump stormwater into the San Francisco Bay. For drainage areas on the airfield with active aircraft movement (e.g., taxiways and runways) that do not serve apron areas, stormwater runoff is permitted by the Regional Water Quality Control Board to drain directly to SDPS 1A, 1B, and 1C where it is subsequently pumped into the Bay. In other areas of the airfield, stormwater runoff is first collected in detention basins and then any excess stormwater during wet weather conditions is pumped out into the Bay (SDPS 1D and 2/2A).1 See Attachment A, Exhibit A-1 for locations. The outfalls from the storm drain pump stations are supported by timber structures. See Attachment A, Exhibit A-2. This project would cover only SDPS with timber structures in the Bay (SDPS 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, and 2/2A). Over time, the wood and connection hardware of the timber structures may deteriorate due to exposure to sunlight and Bay water. Example damage to timber structures is shown in Attachment A, Exhibits A-3, A-4, and A-5. To ensure structural integrity of the timber structures, Airport staff and contractors perform regular inspections to identify any necessary maintenance repairs. Visual inspection of structural components from topside such as the timber deck and top portion of timber piles would typically be performed on land while diving operations would be conducted to inspect timber piles not accessible on land or submerged in Bay water.
  • Reference:2022-009654ENV
  • Received:Sep 30, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: #29-36 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #29-36 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work (#29) Baker Street btwn Marina Blvd. and Jefferson St.; Marina Blvd. btwn Broderick St. and Baker St.; 7th St. btwn Stevenson St. and Mission St.; Valencia St. btwn Rosa Parks Lane and 15th St.; Ord St. btwn 17th St. and Saturn St. Stairway; (#30) Holladay Ave. btwn Joy St. to terminus; Potrero Ave. btwn 16th St. and 17th St.; Rhode Island St. btwn 18th St. and 20th St.; (#31) Bush St. btwn Fillmore St. and Steiner St.; Hyde St. btwn Vallejo St. and Green St.; Vermont St. btwn 17th St. and Mariposa St.; Webster St. btwn Beach St. and North Point St.; (#32) Brannan St. btwn 9th St. and 8th St.; Masonic Ave. btwn Page St. and Haight St.; Howard St. btwn Langton St. and Rausch St.; Kearny St. btwn Filbert St. and Union St.; Stevenson St. btwn 6th St. and th St.; (#33) Peralta Ave. btwn Majave St and terminus; Larkin St. btwn Union St. and Filber St.; Highland Ave. btwn Holly Park Circle and Patton St.; Capitol Ave. btwn Lakeview Ave. and Grafton Ave.; Andover St. btwn Richland Ave. and Crescent Ave.; (#34) Waller St. btwn Webster St. and Buchanan St.; Downey St. btwn Waller St. and Frederick St.; Cabrillo St btwn 41st Ave. and 42nd Ave.; Ellsworth St. btwn Alemany Blvd and Crescent Ave. (easement); Mason St. btwn Eddy St. and Market St.; (#35) Stanyan St. btwn rivoli St and 1`7th St.; Bronte St. btwn Jarboe Ave. and Tompkins Ave.; Bryant St. btwn 6th St. and Morris St.; (#36) Pine St. btwn Octavia St. and Laguna St.; Faxon Ave. btwn Holloway Ave. and Grafton Ave.; Geary Blvd btwn th Ave. and 6th Ave.; Gold Mine Dr. at Addison St./Diamond Heights Blvd. (easement) -- totaling approximately 781 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-009489ENV
  • Received:Sep 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6585 for Public Hearing 10/7/2022 - SFMTA Order 6585 for Public Hearing 10/7/2022
  • Reference:2022-009436ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1533 for ISCOTT Hearing 10/13/22 - SFMTA Order 1533 for ISCOTT Hearing 10/13/22
  • Reference:2022-009440ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: City Refuse Contract - The San Francisco Office of the City Administrator proposes to engage a contractor to operate a fleet of vehicles and operate refuse-handling facilities to collect, transport, and handle all discarded refuse (recyclables, compostables, and trash) generated by City departments from City facilities, office buildings, institutions, parks, etc.
  • Reference:2022-001263ENV
  • Received:Sep 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Other
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Description: SFMTA Order 6579 for Public Hearing 9/23/22 - SFMTA Order 6579 for Public Hearing 9/23/22
  • Reference:2022-009205ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1532 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/22/22 - SFMTA Order 1532 for ISCOTT Hearing 9/22/22
  • Reference:2022-009161ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: SEP 4 Electrical Controls Upgrade - SFPUC: SEP 4 Electrical Controls Upgrade - The Project proposes to conduct electrical service upgrades and repairs to existing facility valve controls adjacent to the Southeast Plant, Bruce Flynn Pump Station, and Booster Pump Station (adjacent to Islais Creek) to maintain permit compliance and support operational reliability and resilience. Key project scope includes selective demolition of the existing and furnish and install of new power feeders and fiber optic cable between Bruce Flynn Pump Station (BFS) through the new and existing duct bank to the valve vault (V20) new control panel; new duct bank to connect BFS MCC room and the existing pull box; install of new automatic transfer switch, input/output unit, pump station ventilation, bollards, replacing pull boxes, associated conduit and wiring, miscellaneous site and vault upgrades as required.
  • Reference:2022-009118ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Noise Insulation Program 2022-2030 - SFO: Noise Insulation Program 2022-2030 - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to continue to administer the voluntary Noise Insulation Program (NIP) in San Mateo County through to 2030. Under the NIP, San Francisco International Airport (Airport) would continue to offer acoustic treatments of eligible properties located in San Mateo County if located within the 65 decibel Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) aircraft Noise Exposure Map, as adopted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under 14 Code of Federal Regulations, Part 150. The SFO NIP consists of two initiatives that provide for: (1) the replacement of failing noise insulation at properties previously insulated under the NIP (Replacement Initiative); and (2) the acoustic treatment of eligible properties not previously insulated because owners declined participation in the NIP (Second Chance Initiative). Acoustical treatments under either initiative could include replacement of windows, doors, interior ventilation mechanical systems, and/or insulation of attics. In exchange for the treatment, the Airport would obtain an avigation easement that would be filed with the San Francisco Department of Real Estate. Individual building permits, subject to individual city requirements, would be obtained from those jurisdictions within San Mateo County.
  • Reference:2022-009072ENV
  • Received:Sep 19, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam Boat Ramp Repair Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam Boat Ramp Repair Geotechnical Investigation - The previous gabion-basket repairs of the Hetch Hetchy reservoir boat ramp located at the O'Shaughnessy Dam in Tuolumne County have become unstable, affecting use of the facility to launch watercraft. The Project proposes to perform a geotechnical site investigation to collect the information required to inform design for repairing portions of the ramp. Three geologic borings will be performed within the area of the existing boat ramp as approximately shown in the attached Work Plan. Borings will be spaced approximately 6 feet apart and be approximately 30-feet deep and have a 6-inch diameter.
  • Reference:2022-009029ENV
  • Received:Sep 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP 6B - SFPUC: TLCM CP 6B - The SFPUC owns and operates over 160 linear miles of high-voltage transmission lines, which begin at SFPUC generation facilities in Tuolumne County and terminate in Newark, Alameda County. In order to mitigate ground-to-conductor clearance issues associated with its high-voltage transmission lines, the SFPUC has implemented the Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation (TCLM) program. The proposed project would correct transmission line clearance deficiencies that have been detected on Lines 3 and 4 of the 115kV system. The correction will be accomplished through the installation of a waist cage extensions on tower 620N along with lattice steel reinforcements. Footing modifications will be conducted on towers 617N, 620N, and 622N.
  • Reference:2022-009010ENV
  • Received:Sep 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #5 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #5 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Fillmore Street between Pixley Street and Greenwich Street - Replace approximately 186 linear feet of existing 18-inch ironstone pipe with 24-inch vitrified clay pipe (VCP). Replace existing 10-inch culvert with 10-inch VCP culvert.
  • Reference:2022-008998ENV
  • Received:Sep 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Nov 15, 2022
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Description: SFMTA_Lake Merced Boulevard Quick-Build Project - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement traffic calming, pedestrian, and bicycle improvements on segments of Lake Merced Boulevard from Skyline Boulevard to John Muir Drive adjacent to Lake Merced. The street improvements are proposed to reduce collisions between automobiles, pedestrians, and cyclists, improving comfort for all travelers along Lake Merced Boulevard. In general, the project would reconfigure the right of way primarily within the roadway and result in removal of parking on some segments, narrowing or removal of travel lanes in limited locations, upgraded traffic signals, crosswalks, and bicycle facilities.
  • Reference:2022-008842ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Fields Livestock Cattle Grazing Lease L4560 - SFPUC: Fields Livestock Cattle Grazing Lease L4560 - The SFPUC proposes execution of the subject Fields Livestock Cattle Grazing Lease agreement. The subject Lease (L4560) renews the cattle grazing agreement for SFPUC parcels already under contract to Fields Livestock and covered by the AWMP EIR and adds parcels recently acquired by the SFPUC (Wool Ranch and Section 21) that were not included in the previous lease or covered by the AWMP EIR Grazing Resources Management Plan. While the Wool Ranch and Section 21 properties are newly owned by the SFPUC, these properties have been continually grazed by the same tenant, Fields Livestock, under the previous landowners.
  • Reference:2022-008811ENV
  • Received:Sep 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Vision Zero Signal Retiming Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to re-time existing traffic signals at 175 intersections throughout the City of San Francisco. Signal timing at project intersections would be updated to conform with the most current Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and SFMTA guidance for yellow change interval duration, all-red clearance interval duration, and pedestrian clearance time calculated using a walking speed of 3.0 feet per second. Proposed signal retiming would encourage walking and improve pedestrian safety by increasing the time shown during the pedestrian countdown phase from 3.5 feet per second to 3.0 feet per second. Leading pedestrian intervals would be added where appropriate consistent with SFMTA guidance. The scope of work would include software reprogramming of existing traffic signal controllers in the field with no changes to the internal components of the existing signal controller cabinets. The proposed project would involve no physical construction, no ground disturbance, and no soil removal. Project Description memo with attachment A listing project locations in 2022-008728ENV. The proposed work would be carried out by a SFMTA Signal Shop staff.
  • Reference:2022-008728ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1531 for Public Hearing 9/8/22 - SFMTA Order 1531 for Public Hearing 9/8/22
  • Reference:2022-008536ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: WW-726 Various Locations No. 15 - SFPUC: WW-726 Various Locations No. 15 - The Project involves sewer main replacement along various streets in San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 8,985 linear feet (approximately 1.7 miles).
  • Reference:2022-008564ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: No. 17 - WW-729 Various Locations - SFPUC: No. 17 - WW-729 Various Locations - The Project involves sewer main replacement along various streets in San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 7,962 linear feet (approximately 1.5 miles).
  • Reference:2022-008576ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2022
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Beale Street Improvements Phase 1 - SFPUC: Beale Street Improvements Phase 1 - Beale Street btwn Market Street and Mission Street (Replacement of approximately 40 feet of 12-inch vitrified clay pipe (VCP) with 12-inch VCP.
  • Reference:2022-008520ENV
  • Received:Aug 30, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPW: Baltimore Way Median 8/29/2022 - San Francisco Public Works proposes a project for the improvement of drainage, erosion control, curb, gutter, and landscaping to an existing approximately 410’-long median island in the roadway on Baltimore Way at Naylor Street. The project would construct new 6”-high concrete curb with 2’-wide concrete gutter around the perimeter of the island. Sections of 2” asphalt concrete wearing surface and 8” concrete subbase adjoining the new gutter will be replaced as required. The project would install one new stormwater catchbasin within the new gutter with a new lateral connecting to the existing sanitary-sewer line. The new catch basin will be placed on the lower street level of Baltimore Way at the far eastern tip of the median. Excavation to a depth of 4’ would be required to install the new lateral. The project would construct a new 2’-tall, approximately 400’-long wooden retaining wall along the downslope side of the island, behind the new concrete curb. The wall will consist of 6”x6” wooden posts anchored in 18” concrete footings extending to 2.0 feet below soil surface, with wood lagging and cap. The wall would be provided with a French drain system comprising a 4”-diameter high-density polyethylene perforated pipe covered in landscape cloth and sunk into an approximately 1’x2’ trench filled with gravel. The drain would be equipped with three cleanouts and provided with a sand-trap box through which effluent would be filtered before discharging to a new lateral connection to the existing 21” sanitary sewer line in the upslope side of the Baltimore Way roadway. Maximum depth of excavation to install the new lateral would be 4’. Within the island, three existing trees and several tree stumps would be removed. The area would be excavated to a depth of approximately 2’ and 18” of planting soil would be applied. The maximum depth of stump grinding would be approximately 24”. New plantings comprising climate-appropriate shrubs and ground cover would be provided, followed by 3” of mulch. No new trees would be provided. A new irrigation system with control and water-supply vaults, valve boxes, spray heads, and backflow preventers would be installed within the island. The irrigation control cabinet will be solar powered. To provide water to the new irrigation system, a new metered service will be installed and will be connected to the existing water line that runs along Baltimore Way. To connect to the existing water line, a trench approximately 1’ wide and 2’ deep will be made in the existing roadway. Roadway subbase and asphalt concrete wearing surface would be repaired and replaced after these connections are installed.
  • Reference:2022-008499ENV
  • Received:Aug 30, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC - SVWTP Ozonation Potholing - SFPUC - SVWTP Ozonation Potholing - The Project proposes to perform exploratory potholing work to locate and verify buried utilities, which will aid in the design of improvements of the existing Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant located in the City of Sunol, Alameda County. Approximately 25 utilities are planned to be potholed.
  • Reference:2022-008468ENV
  • Received:Aug 30, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6575 for Public Hearing 9/2/22 - SFMTA Order 6575 for Public Hearing 9/2/22
  • Reference:2022-008453ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP #14 Geotech - SFPUC: TLCM CP #14 Geotech - The Project proposes to perform a geo-technical site investigation to collect the information required to design mitigations for three line clearance issues located in unincorporated community of Stanislaus County . Two borings will be performed at tower 113N and one boring performed at tower 320S. Borings will be approximately 50-feet deep and have a 6-inch diameter.
  • Reference:2022-008270ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP #12 Geotech - SFPUC: TLCM CP #12 Geotech - The Project proposes to perform a geotechnical site investigation to collect the information required to design mitigations for an one-line clearance issue located in unincorporated community of Stanislaus County . One boring will be performed at tower 481S. The boring will be approximately 50-feet deep and have a 6-inch diameter.
  • Reference:2022-008267ENV
  • Received:Aug 24, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #21-28 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #21-28 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Pacheco St. btwn 9th Ave. and 10th Ave.; 16th St. btwn Owens St. and 7th St.; Dolores St. btwn 17th St. and Dolores Terrace; Church St. btwn Hancock St. and 19th St.; Wayland St. btwn San Bruno Ave. and terminus; San Bruno Ave.; btwn Wayland St. and Woolsey St.; Sacramento St. btwn Kearny St., and Grant St.; Post St. btwn Jones St. and Leavenworth St.; 10th Ave btwn Noriega St. and Ortega St.; La Playa St. btwn Irving St. and Judah St.; Noriega St. btwn 23rd Ave. and 3th Ave.; 46th Ave. btwn Noriega St., and Ortega St.; Washington St. btwn Priest St. and Reed St.; Connecticut St. btwn 18th St. and Mariposa St.; 2th St Ave. btwn Ocan Ave. and Sloat Blvd.; Anza St. btwn 19th Ave. and 18th Ave.; Bryant St. btwn 26th St. and Cesar Chavez St.; 18th St. btwn Florida St. and Bryant St.; Stoneman St. btwn Shotwell St and Manchester St.; Plao Alto Ave. btwn Twin Peaks Blvd and Glenbrook Ave. (easement behind 300 Twin Peaks Blvd.); Bessie St. btwn Folsom St. and terminus; California St. btwn 6th Ave. and 7th Ave.; Turk St. btwn Taylor St. and Jones St.; O'Farrell St. btwn Taylor St. and Shannon St.; Dolores St. btwn 14th St. and Hidalgo Terrace; De Boom St. btwn 2nd St and terminus; 27th Ave. btwn Taraval St. and Vicente St.; Hyde St. btwn Fulton St. and Market St.; Market St. btwn 7th St. and 8th St.; Belcher St. btwn Duboce Ave and 14th St.; Lake St. btwn 11th Ave. and 12th Ave -- totaling approximately 1,236 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-008230ENV
  • Received:Aug 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Water Radio Project - East Bay Sites - SFPUC: Water Radio Project - East Bay Sites - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to implement the Water Radio Replacement Project (WRRP) in the East Bay region to improve the SFPUC’s radio communications and thereby improve the water and power system reliability. The project proposes to replace antiquated radio infrastructure to provide better communications coverage needed for the maintenance of the infrastructure, safety of personnel, and to prepare SFPUC’s infrastructure and personnel for natural and man-made disasters. The project is also adding radio stations to provide coverage to infrastructure that was previously not covered; a critical requirement from user interviews, a requirement from a SFPUC personnel safety perspective, and a requirement from SFPUC Divisions for infrastructure maintenance and operations perspectives.
  • Reference:2022-008210ENV
  • Received:Aug 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: GGP/JFK Improvements - REC & PARK: GGP/JFK Improvements - The project includes numerous landscape improvements across Golden Gate Park. Following the Board of Supervisors ordinance to make the eastern half of JFK Drive car free along with codifying other closed roadway segments from Transverse Drive to the Great Highway, the Department is moving forward to make minor improvements in the park to support bike and pedestrian users, encourage the use of bicycle transit, and improve amenities to the existing free shuttle that currently operates on JFK Drive. Several of these improvements are focused on improving accessibility and bringing spaces up to current access code. The improvements include the following elements. Bike Racks: Installation of new bike rack locations throughout the park. This work includes installing clusters of traditional city bike racks at 26 separate locations within the park. Refer to the map for approximate locations. Each bike rack location will consist of 6 to 10 bike rack units. Fourteen of the location will require the installation of a 4" deep concrete pad to house the racks. The pads will be located in the existing lawn planting strips between the pedestrian sidewalk and the street. Twelve of the rack location will be channel bike racks which will be mounted to either existing asphalt or concrete paving. One location will be installed on the street pavement similar to other applications throughout the city. Shuttle Stop Pads: GGP operates a free shuttle program that runs primarily on the closed segment of JFK Drive. Currently there are temporary stop locations that do not meet current ADA code and do not provide the desired amenities for a proper pick up/ drop off zone. The work includes formalizing the shuttle stops by installing a 4" deep concrete pad adjacent to the street curb in the existing lawn planting strip. Each stop will be approximately the same in size and function (approximately 8' wide by 15' long). Each stop will consist of a flat concrete pad, a standard park bench, and a shuttle stop information sign which will designate the space and provide appropriate shuttle route information. There will be nine shuttle stop locations with these specific improvements with a new concrete pad. There are four additional shuttle stops where the installation of only the sign will be required. Two of these sign location will be located in the Concourse area in the same location where the Muni 44 line stops currently exist. ADA Curb Ramps and Pathway Improvements: There are several existing curb ramps and pathways in GGP that are out of ADA code compliance. This project plans to replace numerous curb ramps along JFK Drive and several along Fulton Street at the intersection of Fulton and 8th Ave and 10th Ave to better serve visitors to the park. This work also includes renovating four existing pathways/sidewalks to bring them into code compliance. These locations are: - Stanyan Street (park side) from Kezar Drive to Hayes Street (adjacent concrete wall will not be impacted) - Pathways on 8th Ave between Fulton Street and JFK Drive (east and west pathways) - Pathway on 10th Ave between Fulton Street and JFK Drive (west side only) These existing walkways are either too steep or have cross slope issues. The pathways will be replaced in the same configuration/alignment and will match the same pathway surface material, but will have compliant grades. Minor grading will only be required on the 8th (west) and10th Ave pathways where we believe the maximum excavation will be 6"-1'0" for a small portion of the pathway. The 8th Ave (east) and Stanyan pathway work will be correcting mostly cross slope deficiencies and we believe that no soil grading will be required. These areas can be corrected with removal and repaving of the existing pathway sections.
  • Reference:2022-008476ENV
  • Received:Aug 22, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Illinois Street Sidewalk Construction –19th Street to 20th Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the Port of San Francisco proposes to construct a new sidewalk on the east side of Illinois Street between 19th and 20th Streets. The scope of work would include the installation of a six-foot wide sidewalk on the east side of Illinois Street from 19th to 20th streets. There is currently no sidewalk on this eastern segment of Illinois Street. Construction of the new sidewalk would not result in the removal of any existing on-street parking or loading spaces. There would be no excavation or tree removal required for construction. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in mid-August 2022 and would continue through late October 2022. Construction would be completed by crews from the San Francisco Department of Public Works.
  • Reference:2022-008194ENV
  • Received:Aug 22, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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920 SACRAMENTO ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 920 SACRAMENTO ST - 中日高層對話天津上演 台灣問題關乎兩
  • Reference:2022-008167ENV
  • Received:Aug 20, 2022
  • Status:Public Review Period
  • Initiating Agency:Municipal Transportation Agency
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Description: SFMTA_Slow Streets Program - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to establish a citywide Slow Streets Program to create a network of residential streets that would prioritize biking, walking, and other forms of active transportation by enhancing the safety and protection of persons who use these Slow Streets. These Slow Streets would accommodate and encourage those walking and bicycling. The Slow Streets Program team would conduct a design and public hearing process to determine specific design treatments that would limit traffic volumes and speeds on each Slow Street corridor and allow the corridors to be safely used by people traveling by foot, bicycle, and other forms of active transportation. The SFMTA has defined a Slow Streets Toolkit of design treatments to achieve the desired traffic volumes and speeds.
  • Reference:2022-008095ENV
  • Received:Aug 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1530 for ISCOTT Hearing 8/25/22 - SFMTA Order 1530 for ISCOTT Hearing 8/25/22
  • Reference:2022-008044ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6569 for Public Hearing 8/19/22 - SFMTA Order 6569 for Public Hearing 8/19/22
  • Reference:2022-008041ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1529 for Public Hearing 8/11/22 - SFMTA Order 1529 for Public Hearing 8/11/22
  • Reference:2022-007771ENV
  • Received:Aug 10, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #18-#20 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #18-#20 - WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - Woodside Avenue btwn Ulloa St. and Idora Ave.; Precita Ave. btwn Emmett Court & Shotwell St.; El Camino Del Mar btwn Bowley St. and 26th Ave.; 48th Ave. btwn Balboa St. and Cabrillo St.; Cortland Ave. btwn Bocana St. and Bennington St.; 29th Ave. btwn Lake St. and California St.; 5th Ave. btwn Cabrillo St. and Fulton St.; Scenic Way btwn 25th Ave. and 26th Ave.; Sickles Ave. btwn Alemany Blvd. and San Jose Ave.; Greenwich St. btwn Franklin St. and Van Ness Ave.; Mullen Ave. btwn Peralta Ave and Alabama St.; Sacramento St. btwn Steiner St. and Scott St. -- totaling approximately 326 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007709ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: No. 63 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: No. 63 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - Clay St. btwn Polk St. and Larkin St.; Jones St. btwn Broadway and Vallejo St.; Scott St. btwn Lombard St. and Chestnut St.; Union St. btwn Van Ness Ave. and Polk St.; Union St. btwn Moore Place and Eastman St.; Broderick St. btwn Bay St.; and Francisco St. -- totaling approximately 1,226 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007813ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: West Portal Fuel Break Extension - SFPUC: West Portal Fuel Break Extension - The proposed project activities are on SFPUC right-of-way (ROW) and fee-owned lands. The majority of the project is located on SFPUC Parcel 78-4 (Tuolumne County APN# 065-140-038), a Raker Act parcel. The small remaining segment of the project is located on SFPUC Parcel 272 (Tuolumne County APN# 065-140-038), a parcel owned in fee by the SFPUC. The project is located along an access road to Moccasin Power Tunnel’s West Portal, a part of SFPUC’s Regional Water System. The roadway is perched approximately 1,000 feet above the town of Moccasin, CA, which is the administrative headquarters of Hetch Hetchy Water and Power (HHWP). The proposed Project would reduce potential fire behavior within the identified fuel break area to support suppression efforts by firefighting personnel. The proposed Project would create breaks in the continuity of the shrub canopy that creates hazardous fuel conditions directly adjacent to the road. This would be accomplished by reducing the horizontal continuity of woody fuels within the treatment area by selectively removing vines, shrubs, and trees. In the event of a wildfire ignition, the treatments would reduce flame lengths and increase the feasibility of egress or access for suppression activities. A total of 5.5 acres have been identified for a combination of mechanical treatment (mastication/brush shredding, tractor piling) and work performed by hand. Existing roadways and parking areas would be used for staging equipment. Material cut by hand may be either chipped or piled and burned. Mechanical equipment could disturb/scarify the soil up to 4" in depth; however, no new excavation or fire line construction would occur. Dead, dying, diseased, defective or selectively identified weak or low vigor grey pine would be removed to reduce both vertical and horizontal fuel continuity. Removal would target trees where intentional separation of canopies or groups of trees would affect potential rates of wildfire spread. Between 20 and 30 grey pine (Pinus sabiniana), up to 14 inches in diameter would be removed. Shrub species identified for removal include chamise, manzanita, toyon, yerba-santa, poison-oak, California buckeye and other species common to the mixed chaparral habitat type. The target retention rate of shrub canopy in the treatment area would be no more than 20% shrub canopy cover in all areas. The treatment would occur up to 80 feet from the centerline (access roadway) of the fuel break.
  • Reference:2022-007677ENV
  • Received:Aug 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Lower Alemany Potholing - SFPUC: Lower Alemany Potholing - The proposed potholing investigation would determine and confirm the location and depth of various utilities that are potentially conflicting with the proposed stormwater sewer pipeline and the construction working area at various locations in San Francisco County. Approximately 15 utilities are planned to pothole.
  • Reference:2022-007547ENV
  • Received:Aug 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #14-17 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #14-17 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - 10th Ave btwn California St and Clement St; 26th Ave btwn Moraga St and Noriega St; Haight St btwn Laguna St and Octavia St; 19th St. btwn Oakwood St and Dolores St; 5th St btwn Berry St and King St.; Carolina St. btwn 23rd St. Coral Rd; Cumberland St btwn Guerrero St and Dolores St.; California St. btwn 12th Ave. and Funston Ave.; Treat Ave. btwn 25th St. and 26th St.; Powers Ave. btwn Mission St. and Coleridge St.; Sacramento St. btwn Leavenworth St. and Jones St.; Berry St. btwn 3rd St. and 4th St.; Grant Ave. btwn California St. and Vinton Court; Grant Ave. btwn Vallejo St.; and Green St.; San Benito Way btwn Upland Dr. and Ocean Ave -- totaling approximately 335 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007456ENV
  • Received:Aug 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #2-3 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #2-3 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Shrader St. btwn Fulton St. to Grove St.; Sanchez St. btwn Duncan St. and 28th St., totaling approximately 960 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007461ENV
  • Received:Aug 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: REC & PARK: Great Highway Pilot - REC & PARK: Great Highway Pilot - The Great Highway Pilot project will restrict private vehicle access to the Upper Great Highway between Lincoln Way and Sloat Boulevard (2.0 miles) and operate as a car-free promenade on weekends, holidays, and a portion of Fridays. When closed, the roadway will be available to pedestrians, bicyclists, maintenance vehicles, permitted vehicles, and emergency vehicles. The roadway will continue to operate as a four-lane vehicular roadway on weekdays from Monday to the Friday closure time. Promenade: Fridays (exact time of closure TBD) to Monday at 6:00am, plus holidays Vehicular Roadway: Monday 6:00am to Friday closure time Swing gates with road closure signage arranged in a chicane layout (i.e. staggered and on opposite sides of the roadway) will be installed on Upper Great Highway to restrict private vehicle access at each intersection. The chicane layout will allow emergency, permitted, and maintenance vehicles to access the roadway without needing to stop and open the gates. A total of eight gates will be installed. Additional signage will be installed at the intersections and along the Upper Great Highway. See attached project description.
  • Reference:2022-007356ENV
  • Received:Jul 28, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: OSH IFR Project - Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: OSH IFR Project - Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC proposes to replace the existing instream flow release (IFR) valves and associated guard valves located downstream of the O'Shaughnessy dam. A geotechnical investigation is proposed to support the planning and design of the project. The objectives of the investigation is to characterize the variations in foundation conditions in the vicinity of the IFR Valves and shaft building. The work would consist of the following: • Four (4) rock borings (10 to 25 feet below ground surface using HX wireline rock coring techniques), three north and one south of the diversion tunnel and one above the diversion tunnel roof • Four (4) shallow pits (depth less than 4 feet) along the edge of the access road
  • Reference:2022-007318ENV
  • Received:Jul 27, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA 39th Avenue, Skyline Boulevard, and Sloat Boulevard New Traffic Signal Project - The proposed project aims to improve pedestrian safety and Muni transit service at the intersection of 39th Avenue, Skyline Boulevard, and Sloat Boulevard and support the City’s commitment to Vision Zero by improving pedestrian safety at this Sloat Boulevard intersection, which is a part of the Vision Zero High-Injury Network. The proposed project would create safer conditions for pedestrians by signalizing the intersection of 39th Avenue, Skyline Boulevard, and Sloat Boulevard. The proposed project would involve the installation of new traffic signals (mast arms, signal heads, a traffic signal cabinet, an electrical equipment enclosure, conduit, wiring, and poles), pedestrian countdown signals, accessible (audible) pedestrian signals, and curb ramps at the intersection. The proposed project would also include a new left turn pocket (approximately 400 feet) on northbound Skyline Boulevard approaching Sloat Boulevard (and subsequent narrowing of the existing median) to reduce transit delay for the 58 Lake Merced and 18 46th Avenue Muni routes due to the anticipated increase in traffic due to the Great Highway Extension closure in 2023.
  • Reference:2022-007290ENV
  • Received:Jul 27, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Sep 30, 2022
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Description: DPW: ZSFG B10 20 30 40 Colonnade Repair for Netting - DPW: ZSFG B10 20 30 40 Colonnade Repair for Netting - Based on our inspection, emergency work is required to install protective netting on spalling facades of a Preservation Category A structure at Zuckerberg San Francisco Genérai Hospital. The project proposes to provide temporary protective netting to hinder possible spai ling concrete column material from falling from 1001 Potrero Avenue, Buildings 10, 20, 30 and 40. The project would install stainless steel netting (1" openings) on the exterior facade of the building. The top of the netting would be installed with an adhesive anchor above each side of the columns at the mortar joint. The bottom of the netting would be installed with drop-in mechanical anchors at the mortar cap. In addition, a damaged parapet cap at Building 30's main entry will need to be netted. After the netting system is removed, the attachments will be removed and the areas of attachment patched with matching materials. An emergency was declared based on Chapter 7 Section 7.1 (b) of the City and County of San Francisco Administrative Code. These buildings at 1001 Potrero are five-story steel framed with brick infill wall buildings and are in the SFGH Historic District. Public Works Operations is anticipated to install the protective netting. We are planning a long-range project to mitigate hazards that comply with the Secretary of Interior Standards for the Rehabilitation of Historic Structures.
  • Reference:2022-007254ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Pelican Canal Crossing Culvert Replacement - SFPUC: Pelican Canal Crossing Culvert Replacement - The Project proposes to demolish and remove the existing concrete pipe culvert and replace it with a new pre-cast concrete box culvert within the Pelican Canal in the unincorporated community of San Joaquin County. Construction would include placing new concrete headwalls, installing delineator posts atop of the headwalls, and placing aggregate base and riprap slope protection along the existing canal sides and bottom.
  • Reference:2022-007225ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Claremont, Juanita & Yerba Buena Sewer - SFPUC: Claremont, Juanita & Yerba Buena Sewer - Yerba Buena Ave. btwn Ravenwood Dr. and Hazelwood Ave.; Colon Ave. btwn Monterey Blvd and Montecito Ave.; Foerster Ave. btwn Gatun Alley and Teresita Blvd.; Portola Dr. btwn Glenview Dr. and terminus -- totaling approximately 1,310 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007182ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Minna Natoma Streetscape - SFPUC: Minna Natoma Streetscape - Natoma St. btwn New Montgomery St. and terminus. Replacement of approximately 70 feet of 6-inch or 8-inch lateral with 6-inch or 8-inch lateral. Replacement of approximately 277 feet of 18-inch of vitrified clay pipe (VCP) with 15-inch VCP, totaling approximately 347 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007186ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6555 for Public Hearing 7/22/22 - SFMTA Order 6555 for Public Hearing 7/22/22
  • Reference:2022-007180ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1528 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/28/22 - SFMTA Order 1528 for ISCOTT Hearing 7/28/22
  • Reference:2022-007185ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #8-13 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #8-13 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - 37th Ave btwn Shore View Ave and Geary Blvd; Butte Place btwn Brannan St and terminus; 35th Ave btwn Balboa St and Cabrillo St; 24th St btwn San Jose Ave and Guerrero St; Alpine Terrace btwn Duboce Ave and 14th St; 14th St btwn Buena Vista Terrace and Alpine Terrace; 47th Ave btwn Wawona St and Sloat Blvd; Casitas Ave btwn Ludlow Alley and terminus; Dorado Terrace btwn Ocean Ave and terminus; Frederick St btwn Willard St and Arguello Blvd; Frederick St btwn Willard St and Arguello Blvd; Shotwell St btwn Montezuma St and Mirabel Ave; Conrad St btwn Diamond St and Arbor St; Chestnut St btwn Sansome St and Montgomery St; Maynard St btwn Craut St and Mission St; Mission St btwn Kingston St and Cortland Ave; Mission St btwn 18th St and 19th St; Flood Ave btwn Congo St and Detroit St; Lenox Way btwn Verdun Way and Taraval St; McKinnon Ave btwn 3rd St and Phelps St; Sutter St btwn Hyde St and Larkin St; Union St btwn Fillmore St and Webster St; 46th Ave btwn Geary Blvd and Anza St; Shotwell St btwn 25th St and 26th St; Taylor St btwn North Point St and Beach St -- totaling approximately 594 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-007192ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Lake Street Traffic Calming - The SFMTA proposes to install traffic calming elements along Lake Street between 25th Ave and 2nd Ave.
  • Reference:2022-007043ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Cherry Lake Dam Spillway Short-Term Improvement Project - Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: Cherry Lake Dam Spillway Short-Term Improvement Project - Geotechnical Investigation - Cherry Valley Dam is located to the west of Lake Eleanor and Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Tuolumne County, California . The dam was constructed in 1956, and it includes a side-discharge spillway that discharges into an adjacent, open-flow, side channel in the right abutment of the dam that transitions to a meandering, unlined discharge channel that carries flows towards Cherry Creek. Past landslides have obstructed the channel and caused the spillway flows to be diverted to the east and into a former natural drainage channel. The objectives of the geotechnical investigation objective are to obtain information on the following: · Subsurface conditions in the vicinity of the Upper Cascade area and downstream right groin of Cherry Valley Dam; · Bedrock surface elevations and characteristics in these areas; · Character and suitability of existing haul road fill and channel gravels for Project fill material; · Character (lithology, strength, and structure) of shallow bedrock for evaluation of scour potential. The investigation would include the following: · Three (3) borings adjacent to the discharge channel in the vicinity of the Upper Cascade (B-01 through B-03). · Three (3) borings along the downstream right groin of Cherry Valley Dam (B-04 through B-06) · Four (4) test pits adjacent to the discharge channel downstream of Lower Cascade area (TP-01 through TP-04) · Eleven (11) seismic refraction survey transects (SR-05 through SR-15).
  • Reference:2022-007176ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Central Subway Portal (4th and Bryant Streets) Fence - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install a metal fence on top of the existing concrete barrier surrounding the Central Subway portal entrance located at 4th and Bryant Street. The construction of the Central Subway portal barrier has been completed and is an existing condition. The proposed fence would wrap around the three sides of the portal entrance. In addition to the proposed fence, there would be associated electrical work to provide grounding (to prevent accidental electrification) of the fence panels and posts to the existing ground mat. The proposed project would not involve any excavation. The Central Subway portal at 4th and Bryant streets is not a historic resource and it is not located in a historic district. The full project description is attached below.
  • Reference:2022-006948ENV
  • Received:Jul 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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2100 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
61 JOHN F SHELLEY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
599 LELAND AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
160 HAHN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2050 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1701 VISITACION AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
200 JOHN F SHELLEY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1100 MANSELL ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
550 OXFORD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: McLaren Trails - Visitacion Trail - REC & PARK: McLaren Trails - Visitacion Trail - The project proposes to formalize an existing 1/4 mile footpath in John McLaren Park, along the east side of Visitacion Avenue, between Hahn and Visitacion Valley Middle School. The route is regularly traversed by hikers, community members visiting nearby park amenities (Native Plant Garden and McLaren Community Garden), and middle school students, but the path is overgrown and surrounded by many unhealthy trees that regularly drop limbs, forcing pedestrians to walk in the adjacent street in several segments. The project will remove hazardous trees cut and dab) and install a 3-foot wide pedestrian trail, with tread of native soil, improved soil, or a stabilized natural surfacing material. The route will primarily follow the existing footpath, with some slight modification in the portion between Raymond and the Middle School, in order to reduce running slopes and improve the durability of the trail. The project will also plant new trees and native grasses and shrubs in disturbed areas, and install wayfinding and interpretive signage. Much of the trail will be string trimmed, with minimal soil disturbance. Maximum disturbance for trail section installation would be 12 inches and footings for signs and any drainage elements will not exceed a 2 foot depth. A deeper trail section and any needed drainage elements (drain lens, armored swale, etc.) would only possibly occur in the upper portion, between Raymond and the Middle School.
  • Reference:2022-006931ENV
  • Received:Jul 14, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: Various Locations in District 10 - Bulb-outs - The Bayview Community Based Transportation Plan (Bayview CBTP) was a community-driven planning effort funded through a Caltrans Sustainable Planning Grant. The Bayview district, one of San Francisco's traditionally African-American neighborhoods, is culturally rich and resilient - despite being relatively isolated from the rest of San Francisco. Home to greater proportions of low-income residents, people of color, and immigrants than the City at-large, the SFMTA recognizes that the members of the Bayview community needed a robust and diverse transportation network for access to economic and social opportunities without being vulnerable to adverse impacts of future development. During the two-year open-ended planning process, SFMTA partnered with residents and community groups to identify transportation priorities which reflect community values and support a growing and resilient Bayview. There were many past, ongoing, and future infrastructure projects and studies across the Bayview, but this plan brought them all together to create a clear picture of community priorities, City commitments, and future demands on the transportation network. Bringing together SFMTA technical expertise and the local knowledge of the community, the plan created a list of local projects for implementation that emphasize walking, biking, taking the bus, and improving access for transit-dependants groups like seniors and residents of public housing. Included in this plan were a number of bulb-outs to help improve the pedestrian environment and the safety and visibility of pedestrians in the neighborhood. The locations were chosen and the designs were approved by community stakeholders and the District Supervisor.
  • Reference:2022-006773ENV
  • Received:Jul 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin WWTP - SFPUC: Moccasin WWTP - SFPUC proposes to construct a new wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in the town of Moccasin, to replace the community’s existing facility that is at the end of its useful service life and is becoming increasingly maintenance intensive. The new WWTP would occupy the same graded pad that supports the existing WWTP. The proposed project is limited to the WWTP site only and does not include improvements either upstream or downstream of the WWTP. The new facility would consist of a pre-packaged Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) plant, a lift station, upgraded screening, flow monitoring, and flow equalization. All proposed surface components would be located outside the Moccasin Historic District boundaries. Access would be facilitated by existing roads.
  • Reference:2022-006804ENV
  • Received:Jul 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #4-7 WW-699 As Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #4-7 WW-699 As Needed Spot Sewer Work - 32nd Ave btwn Marvel Court and Geary Blvd; Bright St btwn Stanley St and Randolph St; 18th Ave btwn Lake St and California St; O'Farrell St btwn Powell St and Cyril Magnin St; Park St btwn Leese St and Holly Park Circle; Turk St btwn Fillmore St and Steiner St; Union St btwn Montgomery St and Calhoun Terrace; London St btwn Brazil Ave and Persia Ave; Pacheco St btwn Magellan Ave and Dewey Blvd; Garden St btwn Divisadero St and Broderick St; Ulloa St btwn Dorchester Way and Claremont Blvd; 3rd Ave btwn Fulton St and Cabrillo St; 26th Ave btwn El Camino Del Mar and Lake St; 26th Ave btwn Moraga St and Noriega St; Broderick St btwn Chestnut St and Francisco St; Pope St btwn Brunswick St and Hanover St; Cayuga Ave btwn Rousseau St and Rotteck St -- totaling approximately 346 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-006809ENV
  • Received:Jul 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Contract 66: New Traffic Signals and Beacon - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the installation of new traffic signals at ten intersections and a rectangular rapid flashing beacon (RRFB) at one intersection to improve traffic, pedestrian, bicycle safety, and traffic operations. All intersections are currently STOP-controlled. The scope of work would include the installation of new traffic signals (mast arms, signal heads, controllers, conduit, wiring, and poles), pedestrian countdown signals, and accessible (audible) pedestrian signals. Curb ramps would be upgraded at all intersections. A new rectangular rapid flashing beacon would be installed at the intersection of 4th Street and Mission Rock Street to improve safety. The project would implement the following San Francisco Public Works Standard Construction Measures as part of the project: (1) Seismic and Geotechnical Studies; (2) Air Quality; (3) Water Quality; (6) Hazardous Materials; and (9) Cultural Resources, Archeological Resources (Public Works Standard Archeological Measure I: Accidental Discovery).
  • Reference:2022-006667ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Dec 01, 2022
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Description: SFPUC: Sneath Lane Gate - San Andreas Trail - SFPUC: Sneath Lane Gate - San Andreas Trail - The project includes the construction of a 1.3-mile-long multi-modal trail that connects Sneath Lane Gate to San Andreas Trail, with associated grading, installation of retaining walls, and construction of trailhead improvements at two entry points: (a) Sneath Lane Gate and (b) Northern terminus of the San Andreas segment of the Crystal Springs Regional Trail. In addition, wildlife friendly security fencing would be installed. The proposed trail is primarily located within San Francisco Public Utilities Commission's (SFPUC) Peninsula Watershed within San Mateo County. The Sneath Lane Gate Trailhead and a portion of the trail are located with the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) which is owned by the National Park Service (NPS). Refer to the 10% design drawings provided separately (April 2021).
  • Reference:2022-006655ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6554 for Public Hearing 7/8/22 - SFMTA Order 6554 for Public Hearing 7/8/22
  • Reference:2022-006499ENV
  • Received:Jul 06, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: DPW: Filbert St. Slope Permanent Repair - DPW: Filbert St. Slope Permanent Repair - San Francisco Public Works proposes a rock-slope stabilization project at the Filbert Street steps at the unpaved slope at west of the intersection of Filbert Street and Sansome Street to reduce the potential for future rock falls from the slope which would impact the Filbert Street steps and roadway. The project would consist of the scaling of potentially unstable material; the installation of rock anchors, wire mesh and wire mesh support anchors on the exposed rock face in areas of residual potential instability; the bypassing, removal, and replacement of an exposed sanitary-sewage pipe; and the replacement of the existing temporary k-rail fence with a permanent rock catchment fence. The area of project construction would cover approximately 3,000 square feet, require 90 construction days, and require the following pieces of powered construction machinery: excavator, backhoe, bobcat loader, portable drill rig, and forklift. Maximum depth of ground penetration would be 20 feet (into the existing rock face, largely horizontally). Access to the existing pedestrian gate, sidewalks, and buildings access would remain open and unimpeded at all times. The existing Filbert Street steps would also remain open at all times. The existing sanitary sewer manhole and utility pole at the project location would be protected in place. An existing surface downdrain would be replaced by a separate project conducted by SFPUC. The project would first establish a staging area on Filbert Street, west of Sansome Street. The project would then remove existing temporary k-rail and chain-link catchment fence and existing loose rock and vegetation along the shoulder of roadway at the toe of the slope. A temporary rockfall barrier consisting of reused temporary k-rail and chain-link fence would be erected at the toe of slope to protect pedestrians and structures during project construction. There is an existing 12"Ø cast-iron pipe sewer anchored to the rock slope. As a result of the rock stabilization work, the existing sewer main will need to be removed and replaced at its existing or newer alignment as close as possible to existing. This design involves the construction of the new main sewer, tentatively 12”Ø ductile iron pipe (DIP), and structural anchors for pipe. The work will need a temporary bypass to divert the sewer flows from a location at the top of the slope to the existing manhole at the bottom of the slope. I anticipate the contractor to use 12”Ø HDPE (High Density Polyethylene) pipe with fused joints, temporary anchoring the pipe to the rock. The Contractor may create an opening on the side of each manhole at the top and bottom of the slope to connect the 12”Ø HDPE pipe, patch around the pipe at the opening once bypass is installed. This would make the bypass system sealed. Once the new 12”Ø DIP sewer is installed, the Contractor would remove the temporary 12”Ø HDPE and repair the manhole openings with re-bar and grout. Most likely the path of the bypass will be located on the rock slope beyond the limits of other project work. The rock slope within the work would be grubbed to remove vegetation and loose material followed by rock scaling, including removal of potential toppling slabs/blocks of up to 2-3 feet diameter in size, using hand tools. Most loose material was previously removed during emergency stabilization. Existing rock straps would be removed, leaving existing rock-strap anchors in place. Wire mesh support anchors would then be installed by drilling 5"Ø holes into the rock face approximately 20 ft in depth, into which corrosion-resistant steel anchors would be inserted and cemented into place with grout, tested, and locked off with locking instrument. Once all anchors are installed and tested, approximately 3,000 square feet of high strength carbon steel and galvanized wire mesh with zinc/aluminum coating will be secured to the rock anchors.
  • Reference:2022-006363ENV
  • Received:Jul 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Water Radio - Hetch Hetchy - SFPUC: Water Radio - Hetch Hetchy - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to implement the Water Radio Replacement Project (WRRP) in the Hetch Hetchy region to improve the SFPUC’s radio communications and thereby improve the water and power system reliability. The project proposes to replace antiquated radio infrastructure to provide better communications coverage needed for the maintenance of the infrastructure, safety of personnel, and to prepare SFPUC’s infrastructure and personnel for natural and man-made disasters. The project is also adding radio stations to provide coverage to infrastructure that was previously not covered; a critical requirement from user interviews, a requirement from a SFPUC personnel safety perspective, and a requirement from SFPUC Divisions for infrastructure maintenance and operations perspectives.
  • Reference:2022-006240ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Heavy Equipment Storage - SFPUC: Moccasin Heavy Equipment Storage - The Project proposes to construct a new parking area for the Hetch Hetchy Heavy Equipment Storage facility in the unincorporated community of Moccasin. The facility would cover approximately 7,000 square feet and would be 16 feet in height.
  • Reference:2022-006179ENV
  • Received:Jun 28, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: NRLMD Trailer Moved to Millbrae - SFPUC: NRLMD Trailer Moved to Millbrae - This Project would relocate the NRLMD trailer located at the Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (8653 Calaveras Road, Sunol, CA) to the SFPUC Millbrae site (1000 El Camino Real, Millbrae CA). The trailer would be repurposed as a new SFPUC IT trailer and requires some improvements prior to occupation. The new location needs subgrade preparation and infrastructure/utility extensions to make the trailer occupiable and ready for work.
  • Reference:2022-006162ENV
  • Received:Jun 27, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Pilarcitos Spillway Erosion Repair - SFPUC: Pilarcitos Spillway Erosion Repair - Beginning on or about December 10, 2021, December 16, 2021, and December 21, 2021, a series of winter storm systems struck California, bringing substantial precipitation, including record-breaking snowfall, damaging winds and flooding, causing dangerous conditions and damage to critical infrastructure throughout the State. As a result, California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency for several California counties, including San Mateo County, on December 30, 2021 (Attachment A). The SFPUC maintains and operates the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, which serves approximately 2.7 million customers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Pilarcitos Dam and Spillway are critical regional water supply infrastructure located within the Peninsula Watershed in San Mateo County.
  • Reference:2022-006195ENV
  • Received:Jun 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #14 WW-725 Various Locations PAC Request - SFPUC: #14 WW-725 Various Locations PAC Request - The Project involves sewer main replacement along various streets in San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 9,526 linear feet (approximately 1.8 miles).
  • Reference:2022-006435ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1526 for Public Hearing 6/23/22 - SFMTA Order 1526 for Public Hearing 6/23/22
  • Reference:2022-005851ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Cable Car Curved Track Replacement - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to reconstruct ten curved tracks at seven locations in the cable car system along the Hyde/Powell and Mason/Powell Cable Car lines totaling approximately 2,000 linear feet of rail replacement. The project would also procure and replace special trackwork and replace frogs (a railway frog is a device that helps the wheels rolling from one track to another) at three locations. The Project is intended to enhance the state of good repair of the rail system while improving transit priority, safety, and accessibility. In addition, the Project would improve service reliability and reduce the future maintenance burden.
  • Reference:2022-005740ENV
  • Received:Jun 16, 2022
  • Status:On Hold
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #65 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #65 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - California St btwn 11th Ave and 12th Ave; Lawrence Ave btwn Mission St and Huron Ave; Irving St btwn 7th Ave and 8th Ave; San Carlos St btwn 18th St and 19th St; Mesa Ave btwn 9th Ave and Santa Rita Ave;
  • Reference:2022-005759ENV
  • Received:Jun 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #1 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #1 WW-713 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Page St btwn Masonic Ave and Central Ave., totaling approximately 495 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-005762ENV
  • Received:Jun 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_13th Street Safety Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes pedestrian and bicycle safety improvements on 13th Street and Duboce Avenue, between Folsom Street and Valencia Street as part of the 13th Street Safety Project (proposed project). The proposed project would create safer conditions for bicyclists and pedestrians by installing a westbound protected bikeway (on the north side of the street) on 13th Street between Folsom and Mission streets and on Duboce Avenue between Otis and Valencia streets, and an eastbound protected bikeway (on the south side of the street) on 13th Street between Mission and Folsom streets and on Duboce Avenue between Valencia and Mission streets. Existing travel lanes as well as on-street parking and loading would be reconfigured to accommodate the protected bikeway design. Pedestrian improvements (bulbouts, sidewalk extensions, curb ramps, updated pedestrian safety islands, upgraded traffic signals) at intersections along the project corridor would also be included. In January 2024, the project was modified to include additional improvements on 13th Street between Folsom Street and Isis Street. Bicycle improvements on this segment would be in the westbound direction and include converting the existing Class III shared lane (right turn lane shared with sharrows) to a Class IV protected bikeway and right turn lane. This would require the removal of one westbound vehicle travel lane. At the westbound approach to Folsom Street, there would be one right turn lane and two through lanes. The eastbound direction between Folsom Street and Isis Street would remain the same as existing conditions. Full project descriptions are available under Planning Record No. 2022-005736ENV and included as attachments to the CEQA environmental documents.
  • Reference:2022-005736ENV
  • Received:Jun 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #1-3 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #1-3 WW-699 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Virginia Ave btwn Lundys Lane and Prospect Ave; Clipper St btwn Church St and Sanchez St; Dorman Ave btwn Barneveld Ave and Palou Ave; 14th Ave btwn Anza St and Balboa St; 35th Ave btwn Santiago St and Taraval St; Newcomb Ave btwn Newhall St and Phelps St; 14th Ave btwn 15th Ave and Moraga St; Powell St btwn Clay St and Sacramento St; 18th Ave btwn Balboa St and Anza St; Jackson St btwn Montgomery St and Sansome St; Miraloma Dr btwn Juanita Way and Bengal Alley; Steiner St btwn Pacific Ave and Broadway; Bush St btwn Powell St and Mason St; 3rd St btwn Stillman St and Bryant St., totaling approximately 449 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-005754ENV
  • Received:Jun 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Water Well Closure - SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Water Well Closure - This Project would abandon and seal the existing domestic water well near the O'Shaughnessy domestic water tank located at the O’Shaughnessy Camp Dam and Compound in the town of Moccasin (Lat/Long: 37.94562378260042, -119.78063453955318). The work includes the removal of surface structures including the existing submersible pump, demolition of the upper well casing and all equipment related to the well, and a shed that houses the pump and the well. The concrete foundation on which all surface structures reside would also be removed. An underground conduit approximately 150 feet in length that carried a power line to the pump would be emptied, sealed, and abandoned in place. See attached as-built and photographs.
  • Reference:2022-005671ENV
  • Received:Jun 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SPUC: San Andreas Dam 2022 Maintenance - SPUC: San Andreas Dam 2022 Maintenance - San Andreas Dam was constructed in 1868. Riprap is used on the inside earthen walls of the dam to protect the slopes from wave action, reduce turbidity, and improve water quality in the San Andreas Reservoir. Over time, this riprap degrades, and new riprap is needed. Approximately 150 cubic yards of material would be placed on approximately 0.6 acres of the north dam face to replace old rip rap. This riprap would be placed above the level of the reservoir water, and below the level of the roadway which crosses the dam. As the riprap would continue the existing rock condition, no new significant effect on the environment would occur.
  • Reference:2022-005493ENV
  • Received:Jun 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #64 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #64 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - Judah St btwn 38th Ave and 39th Ave; Judah St btwn 8th Ave and 9th Ave; Ortega St btwn 9th Ave and 10th Ave; 9th Ave btwn Mesa Ave and Mendosa Ave; 22nd Ave btwn Noriega St and Moraga St; 30th Ave btwn Quintara St and Rivera St; 37th Ave btwn Santiago St and Rivera St; 35th Ave btwn Santiago St and Taraval St; 45th Ave btwn Quintara St and Rivera St; Riverton Dr btwn Eucalyptus Dr and Ocan Ave; Lake Merced Blvd btwn Clearfield Dr and Everglade Dr -- totaling approximately 2,936 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-005476ENV
  • Received:Jun 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Castro Mission District Sewer - SFPUC: Castro Mission District Sewer - 17th St btwn Abbey St and Proper St; 18th St btwn Collingwood St and Eureka St; 20th St btwn Shotwell St and South Van Ness Ave; 22nd St btwn Treat Ave and Folsom St; 23rd St btwn Shotwell St and South Van Ness Ave; Eureka St btwn 18th St and 19th St; Folsom St btwn 19th St and 22nd St; Guerrero St btwn 16th St and Camp St; Guerrero St btwn 18th St and 20th St; South Van Ness Ave btwn 20th St and 23rd St; Sanchez St btwn 16th St and 17th St -- totaling approximately 3,980 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-005580ENV
  • Received:Jun 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #59 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: #59 Various Locations Sewer Replacement - 19th St btwn Yukon St and Douglass St; Collingwood St btwn 19th St and 18th St; Ord St btwn 17th St and Ord Court; Corbett Ave btwn Clayton St and Mars St; Graystone Ter btwn Copper Alley and Corbett Ave; Burnett Ave btwn Peaks Blvd and Gardenside Dr.; Burnett Ave btwn Hopkins Ave and Gardenside Dr; Burnett Ave btwn Dawnview Way and Crestline Dr; Phelps St btwn Newcomb Ave and La Salle Ave; McKinnon Ave btwn Phelps St and Newhall St; Oakdale Ave btwn Phelps St and 3rd St; Underwood Ave btwn Jennings St and Ingalls St -- totaling approximately 3,835 linear feet
  • Reference:2022-005485ENV
  • Received:Jun 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Hairball Intersection Improvement Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement transportation safety improvements on street segments in the area known as the “Hairball”, where Cesar Chavez Street, Potrero Avenue, and Bayshore Boulevard intersect underneath the Highway 101 interchange (Attachment A). The Hairball Intersection Improvement Project (project) would make Hairball street segments safer and easier to use for pedestrians and bicyclists and would provide safer connections to and from the Bayview neighborhood. The project aims to support citywide transportation safety efforts such as WalkFirst, Vision Zero, and the SFMTA 2012 Bicycle Strategy to improve non-motorized safety and mobility in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2022-005398ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_29 Sunset Improvement Project Phase One - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the 29 Sunset Improvement Project Phase One (“proposed project”), which aims to improve the performance of and passenger experience on the Muni 29 Sunset bus route. The proposed project includes the western segment of the route, from Bowley Street and Lincoln Boulevard in the Presidio to Junipero Serra Boulevard and Holloway Avenue near San Francisco State University (SFSU). Proposed improvements largely consist of the following: removal of some stops (also referred to as stop consolidation); relocation of other stops for operational efficiency (also referred to as stop optimization); improvements to some stops such as new and larger concrete boarding areas providing additional space for waiting and amenities such as bus shelters; and implementation of transit signal priority providing additional green phase time for transit vehicles at some intersections. Stop removal and relocation and transit signal priority implementation would reduce delays to transit vehicles, thus reducing transit travel times and improving schedule reliability or on-time performance. The proposed project is part of the SFMTA's Muni Forward program, which is focused on reducing delays on major Muni routes.
  • Reference:2022-005407ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1525 for ISCOTT Hearing 6/9/22 - SFMTA Order 1525 for ISCOTT Hearing 6/9/22
  • Reference:2022-005350ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6542 for Public Hearing 6/17/22 - SFMTA Order 6542 for Public Hearing 6/17/22
  • Reference:2022-005353ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Water Shortage Emergency Irrigation Ban - SFPUC: Water Shortage Emergency Irrigation Ban - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to temporarily prohibit irrigation of non-functional turf at commercial, industrial, and institutional (CII) sites with potable water in response to SFPUC’s Water Shortage Emergency (Resolution No. 21-0177) and Governor Newsom’s proclamations and Executive Orders declaring drought emergencies. Because the ban on irrigation is in response to the SFPUC’s Water Shortage Emergency and the Governor’s declarations of drought emergencies, which constitute emergencies under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the Environmental Management Group recommends the proposed ban on irrigation of non-functional turf at CII sites with potable water is statutorily exempt under CEQA 21080(b)(4) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(c). These statutes exempt specific actions necessary to prevent or mitigate an emergency.
  • Reference:2022-005443ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Sea Cliff Pump Station #1 Geotech - SFPUC: Sea Cliff Pump Station #1 Geotech - This Project is a geotechnical investigation to aide in the planning and design for a new sump pump station to replace the existing Sea Cliff Pump Station No. 1. The geotechnical investigation would involve one geotechnical borehole within the public street ROW (Sea Cliff Avenue cul-de-sac - see attached map). The boring would extend to a depth of approximately 30 feet below ground surface.
  • Reference:2022-005267ENV
  • Received:Jun 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6539 for Public Hearing 6/3/22 - SFMTA Order 6539 for Public Hearing 6/3/22
  • Reference:2022-005219ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #61-64 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #61-64 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Carnelian Way btwn Diamond Heights Blvd and terminus; Loomis St btwn Waterloo St and Industrial St; Gates St btwn Crescent Ave and terminus; King St btwn 4th St and 3rd St; San Bruno Ave btwn Mansell St and Ordway St; 9th Ave btwn Irving St and Judah St; Filbert St btwn Steiner St and Pierce St; Hill St btw Church St and Sanchez St; 79 Byxbee St btwn 19th Ave and Sargent St; Quintara St btwn 46th Ave and 47th Ave; Balceta Ave btwn Woodside Ave and Laguan Honda Blvd; Balceta Ave btwn Woodside Ave and Laguna Honda Blvd; Vermont St btwn 20th St and 22nd St; Sadowa St btwn capitol Ave and Orizaba Ave; London St btwn Brazil Ave and Persia Ave; 28th Ave btwn McLaren; Avenue and Lake St; Noriega St btwn 10th Ave and 11th Ave; 23rd St btwn Douglass St and Hoffman; Pierce St btwn Page St and Oak St; Oak St btwn Broderick St and Baker St; Broderick St btwn Hayes St and Grove St' Athens St btwn Cordova St and Naples St, totaling approximately 437 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-005134ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1524 for Public Hearing 5/26/22 - SFMTA Order 1524 for Public Hearing 5/26/22
  • Reference:2022-004982ENV
  • Received:May 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA_Battery/Sansome Quick-Build Project (Between Market and Vallejo Streets) - San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement bicycle improvements on Battery Street, between Market and Vallejo streets, and to implement pedestrian improvements on Sansome Street between Market and Broadway streets as part of the Battery/Sansome Quick-Build Project.
  • Reference:2022-004864ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Dahlia Dell Hillside - REC & PARK: Dahlia Dell Hillside - The Dahlia Dell Hillside Garden, located in Golden Gate Park, is a terraced garden bed that showcases dahlias, the official flower of San Francisco. The Dahlia Society of California is a volunteer group that is integral in planting and maintaining the dahlia blooms. Visitors flock to the site each year in anticipation of seeing the beautiful blooms which are uniquely cultivated with species from all over the world. This project is an in-kind grant to San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and funded by the Dahlia Society of California through its fiscal sponsor, the San Francisco Parks Alliance. The Dahlia Dell Hillside Garden is in need of repair and maintenance and the in-kind grant will support the continued stewardship of the dahlias in the park for the public to enjoy. Proposed project: Repair of the existing garden beds by constructing new retaining walls using durable materials and universally accessible features. The following is a summary of improvements: • The three dilapidated wooden terraces and hazardous exposed rebar will be removed and replaced with three new redwood retaining walls. • The street-level terrace will have a stone retaining wall. • Forty-two-inch-tall decorative metal posts with gold spherical decors line the lower terrace’s stone wall. The fence’s design matches the Dahlia Society’s adjacent oval garden beds just thirty-two feet away. Delicate black chains loop from one post to the next and can be lowered for easy gardener access. • The lower terrace will be accessible from a new five-foot wide concrete path and leads to a visitor viewing space. The path slopes down to be level with the nearby asphalt and signified with a truncated dome surface. • The repairs stay within the existing Dahlia Dell Hillside Garden footprint.
  • Reference:2022-004814ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: Niles Reservoir Cat Ex Concurrence - SFPUC: Niles Reservoir Cat Ex Concurrence - 38240 Canyon Heights Dr., Fremont, CA - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) requests San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division (EP) concurrence that the proposed SFPUC Niles Reservoir Security Fencing Project (Project) described herein is categorically exempt under CEQA Section 15303(e), Class 3 (New Construction or Conversion of Small Structures). Class 3 consists of construction and location of limited numbers of new, small facilities or structures; installation of small new equipment and facilities in small structures; and the conversion of existing small structures from one use to another where only minor modifications are made in the exterior of the structure. Subsection (e) provides for fences..
  • Reference:2022-004817ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6553 for Public Hearing 5/20/22 - SFMTA Order 6553 for Public Hearing 5/20/22
  • Reference:2022-004728ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL 3 & 4 Railroad Crossing - SFPUC: BDPL 3 & 4 Railroad Crossing - The SFPUC proposes to construct and install slip lining inside the 78-inch diameter Bay Division Pipeline (BDPL) 3 and 90-inch diameter BDPL 4 across an existing Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) right-of-way (ROW) paralleling Lafayette Street near Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, as well as make minor improvements to the appurtenances of BDPL 3 and BDPL 4. If determined necessary after pipeline shutdown and dewatering, a line stop may be installed on BDPL 3 and BDPL 4, west of the excavations required for the slip lining.
  • Reference:2022-004847ENV
  • Received:May 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: OSH IFR Project - SFPUC: OSH IFR Project - SFPUC proposes to replace the existing instream flow release valves and associated guard valves located of the O'Shaughnessy dam. The IFR valves, needle valves installed in the original construction of the OSH Dam in the early 1920s, were relocated to the current location in 1961 with the addition of the Canyon Power Tunnel and associated work. These valves regulate releases from the dam to the Tuolumne River. The associated IFR conduits and guard valves are located inside the diversion tunnel that is accessed by the IFR access shaft building. Proposed work includes installation of new monorail systems to move equipment, material and debris, and work inside the diversion tunnel: demolition of the existing valves, construction of new valves, relocation of internal components (e.g., railings, catwalks), and electrical improvements/modifications for construction.
  • Reference:2022-004533ENV
  • Received:May 12, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
  • Approval Action Date:Jun 13, 2023
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4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Polo Field Durable Surface - REC & PARK: Polo Field Durable Surface - Removal of dirt and grass at the western edge of the Golden Gate Park Polo Fields over a of 70,042 square foot semi-circle at the western end of the field to be replaced with decomposed granite. This project will prevent the annual repair of sod following the set up of the stage for the Outsidelands festival. None of the striped areas for field play will be changed.
  • Reference:2022-004494ENV
  • Received:May 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #56-60 WW-698 As-Needed Sewer Work - SFPUC: #56-60 WW-698 As-Needed Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Page St btwn Stanyan St and Shrader St; 22nd St btwn Castro St and Collingwood St; 25th Ave btwn Judah St and Kirkham St; Elizabeth St btwn San Jose Ave and Guerrero St; Treat Ave btwn 23rd St and 24th St; Woolsey St btwn Dartmouth St and Colby St; Downey St btwn Waller St and Frederick St; Clement St btwn 12th Ave and Funston St; Webster St btwn Beach St and Jefferson St; Tubbs St btwn Tennessee St and Indiana St; Potrero Ave btwn Alameda St and 15th St; Lansdale Ave btwn Casitas Ave and Robinhood Dr; Market St btwn Danvers St and Hattie St; Diamond St btwn Elizabeth St and 24th St; Mission St btwn Ocean Ave and Persia Ave; Mission St btwn Theresa St and Francis St; Harriet St btwn Brannan St and Bryant St; Guerrer St btwn 18th St and 19th St; Prentiss St btwn Cortlan Ave and Jarboe Ave; Jessie St btwn 5th St and terminus; Rosmont Place btwn 14th St and terminus; Avenue H btwn 5th St and 6th St; 22nd Ave btwn Noriega St and Moraga St, totaling approximately 686 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-004436ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1523 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/12/22 - SFMTA Order 1523 for ISCOTT Hearing 5/12/22
  • Reference:2022-004441ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: TLCM CP 6A - SFPUC: TLCM CP 6A - The SFPUC owns and operates over 160 linear miles of high-voltage transmission lines, which begin at SFPUC generation facilities in Tuolumne County and terminate in Newark, Alameda County. In order to mitigate ground-to-conductor clearance issues associated with its high-voltage transmission lines, the SFPUC has implemented the Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation (TCLM) program. The proposed project would correct transmission line clearance deficiencies that have been detected on Lines 3 and 4 of the 115kV system. The correction will be accomplished through the installation of a waist cage extensions on tower 609N and 6011N along with lattice steel reinforcements. Footing modifications will be conducted on towers 607N, 609N, 611N, 614N.
  • Reference:2022-004357ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Modified Pipeline Replacement to South San Francisco Water Treatment Plant Project - SFO: Modified Pipeline Replacement to South San Francisco Water Treatment Plant Project - The Mel Leong Treatment Plant consists of two independent sub-facilities, the Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWTP), which is part of the Proposed Project, and the Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant; and are colocated on approximately 8.5 acres at the northeastern edge of the Airport property adjacent to the San Francisco Bay (see Exhibit A-1 in Attachment A for Project Vicinity). Sanitary sewage at SFO is collected and treated on-site at the SWTP where solids are separated from the stream and the treated effluent is either used as reclaimed water at the Airport or is treated further and is then pumped via underground sewer pipelines to the SSF WQCP for discharge into the San Francisco Bay. The cities of South San Francisco and San Bruno jointly own the SSF WQCP, a publicly owned treatment works. Operation and maintenance of the SSF WQCP is the sole responsibility of the City of South San Francisco.
  • Reference:2022-004258ENV
  • Received:May 05, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 6529 for Public Hearing 5/6/22 - SFMTA Order 6529 for Public Hearing 5/6/22
  • Reference:2022-004165ENV
  • Received:May 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy Power Rates 2022-2023 & 2023-2024 - SFPUC: Hetch Hetchy Power Rates 2022-2023 & 2023-2024 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC or Commission) proposes to adopt rates for Hetch Hetchy power service in San Francisco for fiscal year (FY) 2022-2023 and FY 2023-2024. The Environmental Management Group recommends that the proposed adoption of the rates for Hetch Hetchy power service by the Commission is statutorily exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15273 (Rates, Tolls, Fares, and Charges) related to the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring, or approval of rates, tolls, fares, or other charges. BACKGROUND The objective of the proposed rate changes for FY 2022-2023 and FY 2023-2024 is to charge all Hetch Hetchy power service customers rates based on their customer class (i.e., residential, small commercial, industrial, etc.) and to move all rates to their cost of service. As a result of these rate changes, customers who were below cost of service would see their rates increase and customers who were previously above cost of service would see a rate decrease.
  • Reference:2022-004055ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: CleanPower SF 2022-2023 - SFPUC: CleanPower SF 2022-2023 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to adopt rate schedules, fees, and charges for the SFPUC Power Enterprise CleanPowerSF power service in San Francisco for fiscal year (FY) 2022-2023. The Environmental Management Group recommends the proposed adoption of rate schedules, fees, and charges by the Commission is statutorily exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) under Public Resources Code Section 21080(b)(8) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15273 (Rates, Tolls, Fares, and Charges) related to the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring, or approval of rates, tolls, fares, or other charges. BACKGROUND SFPUC staff have determined that CleanPowerSF rate updates are necessary to appropriately allocate costs and cover the capital and operating costs of the program. The objective of the proposed rate changes for FY 2022-2023 is to set CleanPowerSF rates based on cost of service and SFPUC policy and to no longer tie CleanPowerSF rates to Pacific Gas & Electric rates.
  • Reference:2022-004061ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Jones Street Quick-Build Project - The SFMTA proposes the following between Golden Gate Avenue and Geary Street, as part of the Jones Street Quick-Build Project (proposed project): (1) Permanently continue pedestrian safety improvements to reduce traffic speed along Jones Street between Geary Street and Turk Street (constructed between August 2020 and August 2021) that were implemented on a temporary basis as part of the SFMTA Department Operations Center (DOC) COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Street Changes Program issued under Planning Case number 2020-006458ENV; and (2) Permanently implement additional pedestrian safety improvements on Jones Street between Ellis Street and Golden Gate Avenue.
  • Reference:2022-004005ENV
  • Received:Apr 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Jun 15, 2022
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Description: SF PORT: Islais Creek Interpretation Project - SF PORT: Islais Creek Interpretation Project PROPOSED INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM The proposed interpretive program addresses the themes of maritime and labor history, natural history, Native American and neighborhood history and culture. The Islais Creek exhibits will take the form of interpretive panels with a combination of text, graphics and photographs and will be located on existing Port, SFMTA and SFPUC infrastructure on the north and south shoreline of Islais Creek. The proposed exhibit program includes exhibits at three locations on the Islais Creek shoreline. On the north, exhibits are proposed on an open space constructed and maintained by the SFMTA and the SFPUC, and on the south, the exhibits will be located in the Port's Bayview Gateway Park and in the Islais Creek Landing open space. The exhibits will include historical information and will take the form of sculptural elements, as well as panels with a combination of graphics and text. The exhibits on the north shoreline will be installed on infrastructure owned and maintained by SFMTA or the SFPUC. The exhibits use simple, durable materials to minimize maintenance and cost. The graphic panels are sited so that specific stories are told in the geographic location associated with the events and will be designed utilizing common design elements providing continuity so that they read as a family of related exhibits.
  • Reference:2022-004107ENV
  • Received:Apr 28, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: SFMTA Order 1522 for Public Hearing 4/28/22 - SFMTA Order 1522 for Public Hearing 4/28/22
  • Reference:2022-003905ENV
  • Received:Apr 27, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #50-55 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - SFPUC: #50-55 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work Order - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 1,161 linear feet. Potrero Ave btwn 23rd St and 24th St; 21st St btwn Ames St and Fair Oaks St; Cesar Chavez St btwn Dolores St and Church St; Fillmore St btwn Pixley St and Greenwich St; Scott St btwn Jackson St and Washington St; Church St btwn Clipper St and 26th St; Market St btwn Short St and Stanton St; 10th Ave btwn Lake St and California St; 5th St btwn Howard St and Tehama St; Hernandez Ave btwn Laguna Honda Blvd and Woodside Ave; Ashbury Ter btwn Piedmont St and Upper Ter; Sears St btwn Lawrence Ave and Sickles Ave; Lawrence Ave btwn Alemany Blvd and Sears St; Chenery St btwn Roanoke St and Natick St; 3rd St btwn 22nd St and 23rd St; Davidson Ave btwn Selby St and Rankin St; Fulton St btwn 31st Ave and 32nd Ave; Bayshore Blvd btwn Oakdale Ave and Jerrold Ave; 25th St Btwn Church St and Dolores St; Baker St btwn Union St and Filbert St; Mission St btwn 16th St and 17th St; Oak St btwn Scott St and Divisadero St; Post St btwn Larkin St and Polk St; San Jose Ave btwn Elizabeth St and 24th St; 19th St btwn Hartford St and Castro St; Joost Ave btwn Congo St and Detroit St; McAllister St btwn Baker St and Broderick St; Naylor St btwn Chicago Way and Baltimore Way; Vallejo St btwn Divisadero St and Broderick St.
  • Reference:2022-003864ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Fort Mason 2022 Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: Fort Mason 2022 Geotechnical Investigation - The project is a geotechnical investigation at Fort Mason to inform the design of a new Emergency Firefighting Water System (EFWS) pipeline and manifold.
  • Reference:2022-003880ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: SAPS MCC Utility Exploration - SFPUC: SAPS MCC Utility Exploration - The San Antonio Pump Station (SAPS) is one of the key facilities in the Sunol Valley, and was constructed in 1965 and modified in 1990. The existing motor control centers MCC-A, MCC-B, and MCC-C have been in service since the 1960’s and are approaching the end of their useful life. In order to maintain reliable operation at SAPS, the existing MCCs are being replaced and walls are being seismically retrofitted. In order to accommodate the retrofit work, the Project would conduct utility exploration work for motor control center replacement and seismic retrofits at the SAPS facility. The dimensions of the utility exploration trench are 54.5 feet in length, 10.5 feet in width, and 3 feet in depth.
  • Reference:2022-003695ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: Modified SFO West Field Water Main Replacement Project - SFO: Modified SFO West Field Water Main Replacement Project - The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace the existing force main line that transports industrial wastewater for treatment. The existing force main has been failing regularly and requires near term remediation. Implementation of the Proposed Project would allow for completion of the required maintenance on the pipeline while allowing for more efficient control of the system.
  • Reference:2022-003700ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: Wholesale Water Rates 2022-2023 - SFPUC: Wholesale Water Rates 2022-2023 - The proposed wholesale water rate schedules for fiscal year 2022-2023 reflect the terms of the 2009 Water Supply Agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and the Wholesale Customers (WSA), which was approved on April 28, 2009 by Commission Resolution No. 09-0069 and amended and restated on December 11, 2018 by Commission Resolution No. 18-0212. The WSA requires the Commission to consider annual wholesale rate adjustments, based on projected wholesale costs and water deliveries, in coordination with the financial planning and budget processes. The SFPUC proposes a rate of $4.75 per centum cubic feet (Ccf) (1 Ccf = 748 gallons), based on the Wholesale Revenue Requirement, including balancing account repayment and water sales assumptions. This rate adjustment reflects a 15.9% increase from the current rate of $4.10 per Ccf. The new rate would be effective July 1, 2022. Adoption of the action is scheduled for the public hearing before the Commission on May 10, 2022.
  • Reference:2022-003582ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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915 HUDSON AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: India Basin Tech Hub - REC & PARK: India Basin Tech Hub – The project entails the installation of a temporary pre-fabricated shipping container for operations of India Basin Tech/Hub, a critical outreach and activation element of the project's Equitable Development Plan. The proposed container would provide free wifi, device lending, and technology, workforce development and other community programming throughout the next 3-5 years before the park under goes renovation. Programming would be provided by APRI San Francisco, the SF Parks Alliance and Recreation and Park Department. The shipping container would be located on an existing asphalt-paved area of the park. When not in operation with doors closed, the hub would occupy its 8’ by 20’ footprint. When open, cafe-style tables and chairs would be set up in the immediate vicinity. The project would install a wooden deck adjacent to the park's existing basketball court, which would house arts and entertainment programming, exercise classes, and other activations. On a corner of the deck would be a second 8’ x 20’ shipping container for storage. This will be accessible to staff only. Excavation associated with the project would be for the concrete footings for the deck. These footings will be up to 12 inches in depth.
  • Reference:2022-003547ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Order 6522 for Public Hearing 4/22/22 - SFMTA Order 6522 for Public Hearing 4/22/22
  • Reference:2022-003530ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFO: Plot 10F Demolition and Paving and Cargo Building 662 - SFO Central Receiving and Distribution Center (CRDC) SFO: Central Receiving and Distribution Center (Addendum to 1992 Master Plan EIR) - Proposed Addendum to 1992 Master Plan Environmental Impact Report, San Francisco International Airport (SF Planning Department File No. 86.638E) Project Site: “West Field Area” of the Airport, bound by West Field Road to the south, East Campus Drive and Building 674 (Consolidated Administrative Campus) to the west, airfield to the north, and airline support facilities to the east. The project site is entirely developed with the US Postal Service building (Building 660). 2022 Modified Project components are as follows: 1) Interim a) Demolish existing building (660) and adjacent pavement b) Construct 10 new remain overnight (RON) parking positions (Airplane Design Group (ADG) III) 2) Final a) Construct new CRDC (over interim RON parking) b) Construct 3 new RON parking positions (ADG III) c) Construct elevated walkway connecting CRDC to the Consolidated Administrative Campus and West Field AirTrain platform to the west and the West Field Parking Garage to the east
  • Reference:2022-003521ENV
  • Received:Apr 15, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: CSPL2 Reach 5 Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: CSPL2 Reach 5 Geotechnical Investigation - The CSPL2 Reach 5 was constructed approximately 90 years ago and consists of 60-inch diameter welded steel pipe lined with coal tar enamel. The pipe enamel requires removal and would be replaced with a new cement mortar lining. Replacement of the enamel lining requires excavation and shoring; therefore, a geotechnical investigation of the soil and groundwater conditions across the alignment is needed. The geotechnical investigation for this project includes drilling 12 soil borings and collecting soil samples at 3 of the boring locations.
  • Reference:2022-003172ENV
  • Received:Apr 08, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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461 06TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
450 07TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFRPD: Muriel Leff Mini Park at 420 7th Avenue - The Recreation and Parks Department proposes to improve seating areas and landscaping at Muriel Leff Mini Park. One picnic table would be replaced, one new picnic table added on an expanded concrete slab, and three new benches on concrete slabs would be added along the pathways. Overhead lighting would be added in the tree above the picnic areas. Landscape improvements would include new and upgraded plantings, a new nature exploration area, a dry creek bioswale, and changing the sand pit to a rubber safety surface with climbing sculptures. Safety enhancements would include smoothing of existing concrete paths where the concrete is off-set to reduce tripping hazards. The sculpture "red gothic" would be relocated in consultation with the SF Arts Commission.
  • Reference:2022-003300ENV
  • Received:Apr 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: REC & PARK: Twin Peaks Promenade - The Recreation and Park Department proposes the Twin Peaks Promenade improvement project that includes the following: 1. Conversion of 1/3 to 1/2 of the roadway (approximately 10,000-20,000 SF) from paved asphalt to a different pathway material (such as Park Tread, decomposed granite w/binding, or light colored permeable concrete). 2. Removal of all or most of the concrete barrier and small section of existing metal guardrail along the western side of the pavement, in order to provide more expansive views for park users and to minimize graffiti. 3. Removal of narrow informal dirt trail just east of the concrete barrier 4. New landscaping, including: i. Seeding the length and width of the narrow informal dirt trail, just east of the paved roadway and concrete barrier, to match existing plants on the eastern flank of Twin Peaks and provide a natural buffer to the sloped hillside. ii. Possible minimal roadway planting, to be 100% drought-tolerant species. 5. Installation of landscape accent elements (i.e.- boulders or other simple seating). 6. Installation of bicycle racks (estimated 3-5, likely provided through SFMTA program; see representative photo in attached materials board). 7. Two interpretive signs, each with unique content (see representative photo in attached materials board). 8. Wayfinding signage (approximately 4 park map signs and 6 wayfinding sign posts; see to help park users better navigate between the promenade and adjacent trails and site access points. 9. Approximately 100 linear feet of low split-rail fencing to discourage park users from traversing planted habitat areas. 10. Minimal striping and configuration adjustments to parking between peaks that was established via road closure. 11. Bollards or boulders with chain or gate at access points, for fire / emergency access.
  • Reference:2022-003295ENV
  • Received:Apr 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
  • Approval Action Date:May 04, 2022
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Description: SFMTA Order 1521 for Public Hearing 4/14/2022 - SFMTA Order 1521 for Public Hearing 4/14/2022
  • Reference:2022-003035ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6516 for Public Hearing 4/8/22 - SFMTA Order 6516 for Public Hearing 4/8/22
  • Reference:2022-003033ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Various Locations No. 60 - SFPUC: Various Locations No. 60 - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - California St btwn Pierce Street and Steiner St; Presidio Ave btwn Pacific Ave and Jackson St; Presidio Ave btwn Jackson St and Washington St; Presidio Ave btwn Euclid Ave and Sutter St; Presidio Ave btwn Post St and Geary Blvd; Buchanan St btwn Clay St and Sacramento St; Pacheco St btwn Magellan Ave and Dewey Blvd; O'Farrell St btwn Anzavista Ave and Lyon St; 29th Ave btwn rivera St and Santiago St; Ulloa St at 43rd Ave Intersection; California St at Scott St Intersection -- totaling approximately 2,335 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-003027ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Bayview Community Shuttle Program - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement the Bayview Community Shuttle Program (program). The program would be funded by a grant to operate from 2022 to 2026 and would consist of a shuttle service that would be implemented by a third-party operator (operator) using electric vans with capacity for 6-10 persons. The operator would own and operate the vans, and would also be responsible for their storage, charging, and maintenance. The SFMTA would manage the program as a dynamic service and provide service anywhere within the Bayview neighborhood and to/from select locations outside the neighborhood determined through stakeholder outreach. In addition, the shuttles would serve the Potrero HOPE SF development. Van service would respond to calls and be on-demand rather than operate on predetermined fixed routes.
  • Reference:2022-002952ENV
  • Received:Apr 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Lower Dam Long-Term Improvements Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: Moccasin Lower Dam Long-Term Improvements Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC proposes to conduct a geotechnical investigation at Moccasin Dam, inform potential remediation or upgrades that may be needed at these locations. The work would consist of the following: - Rock core borings: 4 borings using HX wireline rock coring techniques (hollow stem auger may be used in the upper fractured bedrock) within the auxiliary spillway outside of the reservoir downstream of the crest concrete pavement and adjacent to the 12-inch thick gabion mattress. Depth of 40 feet below ground surface (bgs). - Geophysical survey: 3 lines ranging from 300-500 feet in length (total 1,125 feet). Survey would use geometrics geode and geophones. The geophone tip would be inserted into the ground to no more than 6 inches bgs. Shot point (seismic source for the survey comprised of sledgehammer striking a steel plate) would be conducted along the lines at the ends, midpoint and intermediate points. The boring and geophysical survey locations, as well as staging areas, are shown in the attached figures.
  • Reference:2022-002800ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
969 36TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
970 47TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 1101 09TH AVE - The project would repave the existing parking lot behind the Music Concourse Bandshell and would remove a non-contributing shed built in 1984. The project would install nine new light fixtures to the existing parking lot to provide evening security for park patrons accessing the ADA parking stalls. The LED light fixtures would be mounted on 20-foot-tall square aluminum poles. Fixtures and poles would be dark bronze color.
  • Reference:2022-000950ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #47+49 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #47+49 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Lyon St btwn Geary St and Post St; Steiner St btwn Moulton St and Lombard St; Gateview Ave btwn 13th St and Mason Court; 13th St btwn Avenue H and Avenue E; 24th St btwn Shotwell St and South Van Ness Ave; Mission St btwn Appleton Ave and Highland Ave; Mission St btwn Highland Ave and Park St; The Embarcadero btwn Greenwich St and Filbert St; Jackson St btwn Franklin St and Gough St; Ames Alley btwn 22nd St and 23rd St; 8th Ave btwn Lake St and California St; Lawton St btwn 17th Ave and 18th Ave; 18th Ave btwn Cabrillo St and Balboa St; Treat Ave btwn Precita Ave and terminus; Stratford Dr btwn Lyndhurst Dr and Wyton, totaling approximately 482 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-002739ENV
  • Received:Mar 28, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: PW VL Curb Ramps and SSB Project - DPW: PW VL Curb Ramps and SSB Project - The project proposes new curb ramps, sidewalk, curb and gutter, and base repair, installation of new traffic signals and pedestrian pole signals, some of which have a custom pole foundation to accommodate sub-sidewalk basements, and drainage work. Some work is on top of existing sub-sidewalk basements and includes replacement of basement roof impacted by new curb ramp and sidewalk limits. Per Public Works Directive 201954, linear sections of curb within the project limits shall be restored with salvaged granite curb.
  • Reference:2022-002732ENV
  • Received:Mar 25, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Red Mountain Bar Generator Replaced - SFPUC: Red Mountain Bar Generator Replaced - The Project proposes to remove the existing generator at Red Mountain Bar West and install a new 60kW generator, new concrete generator pad, retaining wall, and fence. The Project also proposes to replace the existing propane tank and concrete pad, reroute the propane line to the new generator, and install a new security fence around the propane tank to replace the existing fence.
  • Reference:2022-003779ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Burlingame Hazard Tree Removal - SFPUC: Burlingame Hazard Tree Removal - The Project proposes removal of up to 30 hazardous, dead or dying blue gum eucalyptus trees located within SFPUC right-of-way (ROW) along California Drive in the City of Burlingame. There would be no tree stump removal, roots would be left in place (ie. no disturbance below ground surface). Please see project map.
  • Reference:2022-002698ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: NPF Security Improvement Project - 120 Bay Street - SFPUC: NPF Security Improvement Project-120 Bay Street - The Project involves security repairs to the existing vehicle gates and installation of security network improvements at the NPF located at 120 Bay Street, San Francisco. Security network improvements would be installed at the following NPF buildings/facilities: NPF-040, NPF-041, NPF-060, and NPF 930. No excavation or ground disturbance is required.
  • Reference:2022-002595ENV
  • Received:Mar 22, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1520 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/24/22 - SFMTA Order 1520 for ISCOTT Hearing 3/24/22
  • Reference:2022-002492ENV
  • Received:Mar 18, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6506 for Public Hearing 3/18/2022 - SFMTA Order 6506 for Public Hearing 3/18/2022
  • Reference:2022-002426ENV
  • Received:Mar 17, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #42-46 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #42-46 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Saint Francis Blvd btwn San Buenaventura Way and San Anselmo Ave; Arkansas St btwn 16th St and 17th St; Folsom St btwn 23rd St and 24th St; Pierce St btwn Union St and Filbert St; Front St btwn Market St and Pine St; Work Order #43: 70 7th St btwn Stevenson St and Mission St; Scott St btwn Fell St and Pierce St; Broadway btwn Stockton St and Powell St; Brannan St btwn Langton St and 7th St; Work Order #44: Genebern Way btwn College Ave and Benton Ave; Work Order #45: Arguello Blvd btwn Clement St and Geary Blvd; Leavenworth St btwn Turk St and Golden Gate Ave; Spruce St btwn Mayfair Dr and Euclid Ave; 21st Ave btwn Rivera St and Santiago; 23rd Ave btwn Anza St and Balboa St Work Order #46: Lake St btwn 15th Ave and 16th Ave; 8th Ave btwn Geary Blvd and Anza St; 19th St btwn Valencia St and Lapidge St; Edinburgh St btwn Peru Ave and Avalon Ave; Vallejo St btwn Franklin St and Gough St -- totaling approximately 423 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-002334ENV
  • Received:Mar 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SF PORT: 2022 Port Special Events and Temporary Uses - SF PORT: 2022 Port Special Events and Temporary Uses - The Port of San Francisco supports a wide variety of Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses (“Special and Temporary Uses”) along the waterfront each year. These uses enliven the waterfront, while providing many different venues for public gatherings, athletic events, and celebrations that attract the general public to enjoy Port lands and the beauty of San Francisco Bay. They appeal to San Franciscans as well as residents and visitors from the Bay Area and State, meeting an important objective of the Port, which manages the waterfront in public trust for the enjoyment of all California citizens. In addition, Special and Temporary uses include film shoots on Port lands, which promote public awareness and enjoyment of San Francisco’s unique waterfront. The purpose of this Directive is to establish the parameters under which Special and Temporary Uses are allowed on Port of San Francisco property from April 1, 2022 to March 31, 2023. Subject to the conditions set forth herein, I hereby authorize the approval of such Special and Temporary Uses as described in this Directive, provided that each are determined by Port staff to comply with all applicable Port license and real estate agreements, Port Building Code and Encroachment Permits, and other applicable regulatory requirements. Upon the effective date of this Directive, staff may negotiate and execute appropriate real estate and permitting documents for such Special and Temporary Uses.
  • Reference:2022-002279ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Port of San Francisco
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Low Head Plant Interior & Exterior Repairs - SFPUC: Moccasin Low Head Plant Interior & Exterior Repairs - The Project proposes to conduct facility improvements, scour cleanup and grading, access road improvements, and to construct a drainage ditch and a runoff drainage ditch at SFPUC's Moccasin Low Head Powerhouse. Facility improvements would include security fencing and handrail replacement inside the powerhouse yard and scour cleanup and grading activities would take place inside the powerhouse yard in previously disturbed areas. The asphalt on the existing access road would be replaced. The roadside ditch would be constructed in an area void of vegetation, along the previously disturbed powerhouse access road. The runoff drainage ditch would be constructed to prevent flooding to the transformer and the powerhouse yard.
  • Reference:2022-002225ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Chinatown & North Beach Sewer Rehabilitation Project - SFPUC: Chinatown & North Beach Sewer Rehabilitation Project - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way: Greenwich St. btwn Columbus Ave and Powell St; Powell Street btwn Greenwich St and Filbert St; Columbus Ave btwn Greenwich St and Powell St; Union St btwn Powell St and Columbus Ave; Powell St btwn Union St and Green St; Powell St btwen Pacific St and Jackson St; Montgomery St and Vallejo St Intersection; Montgomery St btwn Broadway and Verdi Place; Commercial St btwn Grant Ave and Montgomery St; Kearny St btwn Clay St and Sacramento St; Franklin St btwn Union St and Green St., totaling approximately 5,033 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-002008ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Junipero Serra Sewer Replacement - SFPUC: Junipero Serra Sewer Replacement - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way Junipero Serra Boulevard between Stratford Drive and Ocean Avenue, totaling approximately 3,355 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-001989ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: SVWTP Ozonation Project and Other Site Improvements - SFPUC: SVWTP Ozonation Project and Other Site Improvements - The SFPUC is proposing to construct a new raw water Ozonation Facility and associated site improvements at the existing Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP) that are necessary to mitigate taste and odor events at SVWTP, provide additional primary disinfection with ozone, and improve treatment reliability. Additional improvements include demolition of existing facilities where new facilities would be located, new yard piping and modifications, a new access road, new metering pumps and pump replacement, and electrical power supply modifications and improvements outside the SVWTP. Please refer to attached map of project components. Other improvements that would occur at the SVWTP include the construction of a new Polymer Feed Facility to address turbidity issues during high flow rates at each of the five sedimentation basins as well as the following short and long term site improvements: -Remodeling, structural, heating and cooling improvements to existing buildings -Repair and upgrade of concrete and coatings at sedimentation basins and tank farm, washwater tanks, sludge and chemical system piping and valves -Replacement of leaking drain valves and expansion joints around settled water pipes and repair of corrosion around scour and chlorine contact piping -Installation of new washdown system, washwater pumps, air monitors, lighting, communication systems, emergency eyewash station, and fire suppression for existing facilities -Repair and replace bird netting at existing basins and filters -Replacement of an approx. 50' tall lattice structure microwave tower with new tower -Roadway improvements around the plant -Installation of new voltage regulators on existing 21kV distribution lines feeding the SVWTP The project has also identified a potential temporary staging area to support construction to the north of the SVWTP as shown on the attached map.
  • Reference:2022-001983ENV
  • Received:Mar 04, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: SVWTP Ozonation Project and Other Site Improvements - SFPUC: SVWTP Ozonation Project and Other Site Improvements - The SFPUC is proposing to construct a new raw water Ozonation Facility and associated site improvements at the existing Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP) that are necessary to mitigate taste and odor events at SVWTP, provide additional primary disinfection with ozone, and improve treatment reliability. Additional improvements include demolition of existing facilities where new facilities would be located, new yard piping and modifications, a new access road, new metering pumps and pump replacement, and electrical power supply modifications and improvements outside the SVWTP. Please refer to attached map of project components. Other improvements that would occur at the SVWTP include the construction of a new Polymer Feed Facility to address turbidity issues during high flow rates at each of the five sedimentation basins as well as the following short and long term site improvements: -Remodeling, structural, heating and cooling improvements to existing buildings -Repair and upgrade of concrete and coatings at sedimentation basins and tank farm, washwater tanks, sludge and chemical system piping and valves -Replacement of leaking drain valves and expansion joints around settled water pipes and repair of corrosion around scour and chlorine contact piping -Installation of new washdown system, washwater pumps, air monitors, lighting, communication systems, emergency eyewash station, and fire suppression for existing facilities -Repair and replace bird netting at existing basins and filters -Replacement of an approx. 50' tall lattice structure microwave tower with new tower -Roadway improvements around the plant -Installation of new voltage regulators on existing 21kV distribution lines feeding the SVWTP The project has also identified a potential temporary staging area to support construction to the north of the SVWTP as shown on the attached map.
  • Reference:2006.0137ENV-03
  • Received:Mar 04, 2022
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Lower Alemany 2022 Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC: Lower Alemany 2022 Geotechnical Investigation - This geotechnical investigation would consist of a seismic refraction survey on Gaven and Boutwell Streets, and would also include approximately 15 geotechnical borings and 3 cone penetration tests within various streets (Alemany Blvd, Gaven St, Boutwell St, Bayshore Blvd, Barnveld Ave, and Industrial St) to determine ground and soil conditions for a potential future stormwater sewer pipeline and tunnel.
  • Reference:2022-001873ENV
  • Received:Mar 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1519 for Public Hearing 3/10/2022 - SFMTA Order 1519 for Public Hearing 3/10/2022
  • Reference:2022-001895ENV
  • Received:Mar 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 6503 for Public Hearing 3/4/22 - SFMTA Order 6503 for Public Hearing 3/4/22
  • Reference:2022-001889ENV
  • Received:Mar 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #40 & 41 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #40 & 41 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 517 linear feet. Monterey Blvd btwn Baden St and Congo St; 17th Ave btwn Judah St and Kirkham St; Santiago St btwn 14th Ave and 15th; Douglass St btwn Alvarado St and 23rd St; Clipper St btwn Douglass St and Grand View Ave; Bryant St btwn 5th St and Oak Grove St; Bradford St btwn Bernal Heights Blvd and Mayflower St; Tompkins Ave btwn Andover St and Moultrie St; Clement St btwn 23rd Ave and 24th Ave; Quintara St btwn 15th Ave and Fanning Way.
  • Reference:2022-001815ENV
  • Received:Mar 02, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1399 MARIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_1399 Marin Street Temporary Bus Maintenance Facility - SFMTA proposes to modify the existing site to modernize the maintenance function and increase maintenance efficiency within the bus maintenance warehouse.
  • Reference:2022-001775ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: SE Request Various Locations #58 - SFPUC: SE Request Various Locations #58 - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way. Harvard St btwn Felton St and Burrous St; Silliman St btwn Harvard St and Oxford St; 26th St btwn Mission St and Capp St; Hamilton St btwn Felton St and Burrow St; Bacon St btwn Goettingen St and Brussels St; Sweeney St btwn Cambridge St and Princeton; Cambridge St btwen Bacon St and Wayland St; Louisburg btwn Mount Vernon Ave and Niagara Ave; Avalon Ave btwn La Grande Ave and Peru Ave; Cayuga Ave btwn Valerton Court and Onondaga St; Princeton St btwn Bacon St and Wayland St; Intersection of Wayland St and Yale St; Intersection of Bacon St and Holyoke St; Intersection of Detroit St and Staples Ave; Intersection of Wayland St and Oxford St -- totaling approximately 3,483 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-001754ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #39 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #39 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way - Market Street between 8th Street and 9th Street Replace approximately 20 linear feet of 6-inch lower lateral from the curb to the 3-foot by 5-foot main sewer and 12 linear feet of 6-inch lower lateral from the curb to the 18-inch main sewer 32 Clay Street between Hyde Street and Torrens Court - Replace approximately 15 linear feet of 6-inch lower lateral from the curb to the 12-inch main sewer 15 Post Street between Polk Street and Van Ness Avenue - Replace approximately 25 linear feet of 6-inch lower lateral from the curb to the 18-inch main sewer 25 Avenue M and Replace approximately 20 linear feet of 16-inch 20 -- totaling approximately 92 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-001498ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1518 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/24/22 - SFMTA Order 1518 for ISCOTT Hearing 2/24/22
  • Reference:2022-001392ENV
  • Received:Feb 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Feb 24, 2022
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Description: SFMTA Order 6498 for Public Hearing 2/18/2022 - SFMTA Order 6498 for Public Hearing 2/18/2022
  • Reference:2022-001390ENV
  • Received:Feb 16, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #38 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #38 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 78 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-001272ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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239 28TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: Floodwater Grant App 239 28th Avenue - SFPUC: Floodwater Grant App 239 28th Avenue - Installation of (1) new backflow preventer to storm drain near existing side door. Existing site condition photo included. Note: Project evaluation/review for approval of grant funding under the SFPUC Floodwater Grant Program.
  • Reference:2022-001281ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: State-Mandated Accessory Dwelling Unit Controls - Ordinance amending the Planning Code to clarify the ministerial approval process for certain Accessory Dwelling Units meeting certain requirements in single-family and multifamily buildings.
  • Reference:2021-006260ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Board of Supervisors
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Description: SFO: Mel Leong Treatment Plan Interior Improvements - SFO: Mel Leong Treatment Plan Interior Improvements - In response to new regulatory requirements, the City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes improvements to the Mel Leong Treatment Plan (MLTP) at San Francisco International Airport (SFO or Airport). Upon expiration of San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board) Order No. R2-2019-0017 in 2024, it is anticipated that the Water Board will impose stringent nutrient limits on dischargers to the San Francisco Bay (the Bay), pursuant to the Clean Water Act, Section 402, and implementing regulations. The limits to nutrient loads in municipal point source discharges to surface waters further the objective of restoring and maintaining the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the nation’s waters.
  • Reference:2022-001005ENV
  • Received:Feb 06, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFO: Terminal 3 Boarding Area F Roof Replacement - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to replace the existing roof over Terminal 3 Boarding Area F at San Francisco International Airport. The age of the existing roof system is beyond the lifetime of a typical roof and it has deteriorated, resulting in leaks at various locations and areas of exposed layers. The scope of the replacement work involves the following: • Overlaying the entire roof with a new roofing system • Replacing drain covers • Installing new mechanical curbs, where needed, and • Installation of a new fall protection system throughout the perimeter.
  • Reference:2022-001002ENV
  • Received:Feb 06, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFMTA Order 1517 for Public Hearing 2/10/22 - SFMTA Order 1517 for Public Hearing 2/10/22
  • Reference:2022-000951ENV
  • Received:Feb 03, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: 75 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr - Rehabilitate Pagoda - REC & PARK: Rehabilitate the pagoda including: 1.) Remove existing wood shingles and install new waterproofing and fire treated cedar wood shingles. 2.) Install new connections between internal structural supports, existing connections have failed. 3.) Repair wood checks and splits. Reattach loose wooden elements. 4.) Prime and repaint exterior. Replacement of the long bridge in-kind and add elements for safety: extend vertical posts to allow 42" high round handrail; add two 2"x2" horizontal guardrails above and below existing 2"x3" guardrails to reduce gaps to 4". See Long Bridge drawings dated 7/1/2022. Redesign landscape surrounding Pagoda. See Site Plan – Phase One drawings dated 6/24/22. Changes include 1) removal of Shinto shrine fence and replacement in the same location with roof tiles set on edge flush with grade; 2) resurface plaza area with decomposed granite and large flat stones; 3) add vertical boulders 3'-7' in height adjacent to Pagoda; 4) relocate existing trees and add some new plantings; 5) relocate existing stepping stones to rear of pagoda among moss garden; 6) replace bases for bronze lanterns with smaller bases; 7) clad the lantern bases and pagoda base in Tatsuyama stone; and 8) add benches and fence in rear moss garden. Physical Interpretive Elements A. Near term (August 2022-December 2022): 11x17 laminated brochure detailing historical themes, associations, and lost contributing features within broader historical, social, and physical landscape contexts, focusing on area where changes were made with the Pagoda Plaza redesign project B. Long term (2-5 years): Physical signs outside the garden as part of a larger interpretive program coordinated with the Gardens of Golden Gate Park (Japanese Tea Garden, Botanical Garden, Conservatory of Flowers)
  • Reference:2019-016206ENV-02
  • Received:Feb 02, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFMTA Train Control Upgrade Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) currently uses an automatic train control system (ATCS) to operate the Market Street Subway and Central Subway. The Train Control Upgrade Project (TCUP or “proposed project”) would replace the existing Muni Metro automatic train control system (ATCS) in the Market Street and Central subways with a new Communications Based Train Control (CBTC) system and expand modern CBTC train control benefits to the surface portions of the Muni Metro system. Under CBTC, the Muni Metro system would be managed centrally under a single, modernized system. The proposed project would support existing and allow for the increase of passenger or commuter service on the Muni Metro system’s rail lines. Full project description attached below.
  • Reference:2022-000870ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Millbrae Yard 2022 Geotechnical Project - SFPUC: Millbrae Yard 2022 Geotechnical Project - The project would include approximately nine geotechnical borings and eight cone penetration tests at the property to determine ground and soil conditions for a potential future project at the site.
  • Reference:2022-000883ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6493 for Public Hearing 2/4/22 - SFMTA Order 6493 for Public Hearing 2/4/22
  • Reference:2022-000842ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #36 & 37 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #36 & 37 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - Project less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 244 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-000834ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Stone Dam Road Tubes Repair - SFPUC: Stone Dam Road Tubes Repair - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) requests San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division (EP) concurrence that the proposed Stone Dam Road Tubes Repair Project (Project) described herein constitutes an emergency and is therefore statutorily exempt under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15269 (a and b). CEQA Guidelines Section 15269 (a) is applicable to emergency projects undertaken to repair facilities damaged during a disaster in an area in which a state of emergency has been proclaimed by the Governor. CEQA Guidelines Section 15269 (b) provides a statutory exemption for emergency repairs needed to maintain critical public services. Beginning on or about December 10, 2021, December 16, 2021, and December 21, 2021, a series of winter storm systems struck California, bringing substantial precipitation, including record-breaking snowfall, damaging winds and flooding, causing dangerous conditions and damage to critical infrastructure throughout the State. As a result, California Governor Gavin Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency for several California counties, including San Mateo County, on December 30, 2021 (Attachment A). The SFPUC Peninsula Watershed bore the brunt of these storms and incurred damage to trees, roads and culverts.
  • Reference:2022-000792ENV
  • Received:Jan 28, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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2002 MARIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 CESAR CHAVEZ ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC: CDD Headquarters - 2000 Marin Street - SFPUC: CDD Headquarters - 2000 Marin Street - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Water Enterprise's City Distribution Division (CDD) oversees the water distribution system within city limits. The CDD is responsible for the infrastructure of the City's water system, operating and maintaining its reservoirs, pump stations and approximately 1,250 miles of water pipes, maintaining the water meter program and maintaining the division's facilities, equipment and vehicles. The CDD Yard, currently located at 1990 Newcomb Avenue, has served as the division's main facility within San Francisco for almost six decades. Due to continuous growth of the City's population, new service demands, and aging infrastructure, there is an acute need for the development of a new headquarters to alleviate overcrowding, address code and safety issues, eliminate inefficiencies and accommodate the CDD Yard's current and future operational needs. The project would establish a new CDD headquarters at 2000 Marin Street that would replace the existing CDD yards located at 639 Bryant and 1990 Newcomb. The proposed CDD headquarters would consist of an administrative building, car shop, machine shop, meter shop, warehouse, fabrication shop, pain and autobody shop, auto shop, landscape shop, a parking garage, outdoor vehicle and equipment parking, outdoor storage and laydown area, outdoor space, and a fuel station.
  • Reference:2022-000702ENV
  • Received:Jan 26, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SPFUC: #32, 33, 34 & 35 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SPFUC: #32, 33, 34 & 35 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 394 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-000608ENV
  • Received:Jan 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: BDPL 3& 4 Railroad Crossing - SFPUC: BDPL 3& 4 Railroad Crossing - The SFPUC proposes to construct and install slip lining inside the 78-inch diameter Bay Division Pipeline (BDPL) 3 and 90-inch diameter BDPL 4 across an existing Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) right-of-way (ROW) paralleling Lafayette Street near Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, as well as make minor improvements to the appurtenances of BDPL 3 and BDPL 4. SFPUC also proposes to install 2 removable spool pieces (RSPs) at the Mountain View-Alviso Valve Lot.
  • Reference:2022-000604ENV
  • Received:Jan 21, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1516 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/27/22 - SFMTA Order 1516 for ISCOTT Hearing 1/27/22
  • Reference:2022-000517ENV
  • Received:Jan 20, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: CSPL2 Reaches 2 & 3 Geotech Investigation - SFPUC: CSPL2 Reaches 2 & 3 Geotech Investigation - This Project is a geotechnical investigation to aide in the planning and design for a proposed bridge. The geotechnical investigation would involve up to drill borings to characterize in-situ native ground conditions. The locations are as follows: 1. Test Pit #1 located at 37.538344, -122.350170, one test pit 3-feet wide, 20-feet long, and 10-feet below ground surface. 2. Test Pit #2 located at 37.538552, -122.350200, one test pit 3-feet wide, 20-feet long, and 10-feet below ground surface.
  • Reference:2022-000503ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Cherry Lake Dam Spillway Short-Term Improvement Project - SFPUC: Cherry Lake Dam Spillway Short-Term Improvement Project - Cherry Valley Dam is located to the west of Lake Eleanor and Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Tuolumne County, California . The dam was constructed in 1956, and it includes a side-discharge spillway that discharges into an adjacent, open-flow, side channel in the right abutment of the dam that transitions to a meandering, unlined discharge channel that carries flows towards Cherry Creek. Past landslides have obstructed the channel and caused the spillway flows to be diverted to the east and into a former natural drainage channel. The project objective is to prevent further erosion that could undermine Cherry Lake Dam, as well as prevent flooding from occurring downstream at the public campground and at the Cherry Power Tunnel Adit. SFPUC proposes to grade the left and right sides of the unlined spillway discharge channel. Excavated materials would be processed to construct two compacted embankments along the left side of the unlined spillway discharge channel to prevent channel overtopping and into the east channel during certain spillway discharges. The soil side slopes of the spillway channel within the flow section would be armored (with grouted riprap) to reduce the potential for erosion.
  • Reference:2022-000353ENV
  • Received:Jan 13, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: San Joaquin Safe Valve Entry Improvement Project - SFPUC: San Joaquin Safe Valve Entry Improvement Project - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) owns and operates the Hetch Hetchy Water System, which includes the Tesla Treatment Facility at the Tesla Portal (also known as Tesla Ultraviolet (UV) Treatment Facility) and the San Joaquin pipelines (SJPLs). The SJPLs consist of three parallel transmission pipelines (completed in 1932, 1953 and 1968) that cross the San Joaquin Valley from the Oakdale Portal of the Foothill Tunnel on the east end to the Tesla Portal of the Coast Range Tunnel on the west, a distance of approximately 48 miles. A fourth partial pipeline has also been constructed (completed in 2012) consisting of 6.4 miles of pipe downstream of Oakdale and 11 miles upstream of the Tesla Treatment Facility. The SJPL System doesn’t have any pressure relief and rather relies on the Oakdale Portal overflow and Tesla Portal overflow. The construction of the Tesla Treatment Plant introduced more potential for transient surge events because of the addition of the reactor valves that provides additional opportunities for flow changes when operated. The objective of the modified project is to construct a new surge shaft that could withstand the highest modeled transient and static pressures in the SJPL system associated with the simultaneous closure of the UV reactor valves at the Tesla Treatment Facility. SFPUC proposes to install the following components • A new surge shaft (tower) with a concrete base and apron for support of the structure and for directing overflows to the new spillway. • A new concrete spillway channel that connects to the existing spillway at Tesla Treatment Facility. • A new pipeline that extends from the Tesla Treatment Facility to the new surge tower. SFPUC would also replace damaged sections of the existing spillway channel and replace two culverts across the existing intermittent streams. Construction of the modified project would require grading / clearing (e.g., removal of debris), excavation, and fill for the new pipeline, erection of a new tower, and placement of concrete for the new concrete spillway channel. Staging would be accommodated in the vicinity of the work area. construction of the project is anticipated to commence in 2023 and complete in 20 months.
  • Reference:2007.0427ENV-03
  • Received:Jan 13, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: San Joaquin Safe Valve Entry Improvement Project - SFPUC: San Joaquin Safe Valve Entry Improvement Project - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) owns and operates the Hetch Hetchy Water System, which includes the Tesla Treatment Facility at the Tesla Portal (also known as Tesla Ultraviolet (UV) Treatment Facility) and the San Joaquin pipelines (SJPLs). The SJPLs consist of three parallel transmission pipelines (completed in 1932, 1953 and 1968) that cross the San Joaquin Valley from the Oakdale Portal of the Foothill Tunnel on the east end to the Tesla Portal of the Coast Range Tunnel on the west, a distance of approximately 48 miles. A fourth partial pipeline has also been constructed (completed in 2012) consisting of 6.4 miles of pipe downstream of Oakdale and 11 miles upstream of the Tesla Treatment Facility. The SJPL System doesn’t have any pressure relief and rather relies on the Oakdale Portal overflow and Tesla Portal overflow. The construction of the Tesla Treatment Plant introduced more potential for transient surge events because of the addition of the reactor valves that provides additional opportunities for flow changes when operated. The objective of the modified project is to construct a new surge shaft that could withstand the highest modeled transient and static pressures in the SJPL system associated with the simultaneous closure of the UV reactor valves at the Tesla Treatment Facility. SFPUC proposes to install the following components • A new surge shaft (tower) with a concrete base and apron for support of the structure and for directing overflows to the new spillway. • A new concrete spillway channel that connects to the existing spillway at Tesla Treatment Facility. • A new pipeline that extends from the Tesla Treatment Facility to the new surge tower. SFPUC would also replace damaged sections of the existing spillway channel and replace two culverts across the existing intermittent streams. Construction of the modified project would require grading / clearing (e.g., removal of debris), excavation, and fill for the new pipeline, erection of a new tower, and placement of concrete for the new concrete spillway channel. Staging would be accommodated in the vicinity of the work area. construction of the project is anticipated to commence in 2023 and complete in 20 months.
  • Reference:2022-000342ENV
  • Received:Jan 13, 2022
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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2899 19TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
899 WAWONA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Stern Grove Playground Renovation - REC & PARK: Stern Grove Playground Renovation - The Stern Grove Playground Renovation, a project under the LetsPlaySF! Initiative, proposes to renovate the children’s playground to create an inspiring and healthy space for the community. The project proposes to provide new play equipment and safety surfacing, create an accessible path to and within the playground, and provide new amenities and furnishings. Landscape improvements would include removing overgrowth, diseased or hazardous trees, tree trimming, installing new irrigation and plantings around the playground perimeter, new irrigation, and hydroseeding of the adjacent lawn.
  • Reference:2022-000335ENV
  • Received:Jan 13, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: SFPUC: #28, 29, 30 & 31 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #28, 29, 30 & 31 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 440 linear feet.
  • Reference:2022-000236ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Ingoing Road At Pilarcitos Dam Slide Repairs - SFPUC: Ingoing Road At Pilarcitos Dam Slide Repairs: The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) requests San Francisco Planning Department – Environmental Planning Division (EP) concurrence that the proposed Ingoing Road at Pilarcitos Dam Slide Repairs Project (Project) described herein onstitutes an emergency and is therefore statutorily exempt under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15269 (a and b). CEQA Guidelines Section 15269 (a) is applicable to emergency projects undertaken to repair facilities damaged during a disaster in an area in which a state of emergency has been proclaimed by the Governor. CEQA Guidelines Section 15269 (b) provides a statutory exemption for emergency repairs needed to maintain critical public services.
  • Reference:2022-000224ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6489 for Public Hearing 1/14/2022 - SFMTA Order 6489 for Public Hearing 1/14/2022
  • Reference:2022-000160ENV
  • Received:Jan 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Jan 14, 2022
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Description: SFMTA Order 1515 for ISCOTT Agenda 1/13/2022 - SFMTA Order 1515 for ISCOTT Public Hearing 1/13/2022
  • Reference:2022-000162ENV
  • Received:Jan 07, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin & Priest Reservoir Diversion System Maintenance - SFPUC: Moccasin & Priest Reservoir Diversion System Maintenance - Both diversion systems require annual maintenance following a typical winter period to restore the diversions' flow capacities. Maintenance activities include the removal of sediment and debris, such as soil, aggregate, woody debris, and trash deposited at and around the diversion system. The work is performed within approximately 550 feet of the diversion intake for Moccasin reservoir, approximately 200 feet of the diversion intake for Priest reservoir, and throughout the extents of the concrete lined canals. Sediment and debris are removed with excavators, backhoes, skid steers and trucks, and then processed in the Moccasin complex for re-use or stockpiling. The sediment and debris are removed to an elevation in close approximation to the invert of the diversion intake and bottom members of debris screens. This scope of maintenance work has been performed annually since 2001 under CDFW Routine Maintenance Agreement R4-2001-0032. In 2017 an extension of R4-2002-0032 was filed with CDFW through a Lake and Streambed Alteration Notification. CDFW did not reply to the notification and so the Routine Maintenance Agreement (RMA) was renewed by operation of law for a period of five years. RMA R4-2001-0032 expires on January 1, 2022 and this request for CEQA concurrence is to support the RMA renewal application to CDFW.
  • Reference:2022-000105ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFO: As-Needed Fire Protection Construction Service Project - SFO: As-Needed Fire Protection Construction Service Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes replacement of fire hydrants and deluge sprinklers at the San Francisco International Airport through the As-Needed Fire Protection Construction Services Project (Proposed Project). Airport staff seeks the San Francisco Planning Department, Environmental Planning Division’s concurrence that the Proposed Project is exempt under the common sense exemption of the California Environmental Quality Act. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to replace aging or malfunctioning fire protection equipment at the Airport to maintain a safe operating environment in the event of a fire.
  • Reference:2022-000098ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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799 MOSCOW ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
785 MOSCOW ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Crocker Amazon Field Replacement Project - REC & PARK: Crocker Amazon Field Replacement Project - Replace existing synthetic turf with new synthetic turf; replace/repair chainlink fence; and repair select pathway areas.
  • Reference:2022-000121ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2022
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: DPW: Islais Creek Bridge - DPW: Islais Creek Bridge - The project proposes to demolish the existing bascule leaves, trunnions, counterweights, and all of the electrical equipment and drive machinery associated with the bascule-drawbridge operability. These would be replaced by a new 114’-long, 108’-wide, single-span concrete through-girder bridge with a cast-in-place concrete deck at a higher elevation than the existing bridge structure. The new bridge would accommodate a center 25’-wide dedicated light-rail trackway, two 12’ travel lanes in each direction, one dedicated 5’ Class III bikeway in each direction, and two 8’-wide concrete sidewalks with steel pedestrian guard rail. The four 6’-deep through-girders, of which 2’ would be below the top of the deck and 4’ would be above, would serve as barriers between trackway, roadway, and sidewalk. Additional reinforced concrete structure would be added to existing abutments to provide bearing seats for the new span, but no pile driving is anticipated. Excavation to five feet would be required around the perimeter of the abutments to construct new approaches and install utility connections. The through-girders would be constructed off-site, barged to the project site, and placed into position with the use of barge-mounted cranes. The deck would be a combination of precast, cast-in-place, and posttensioned concrete components installed from shore or barge to the through-girders. Additional concrete would be cast for the cantilevered sidewalk sections. The existing control tower, and the existing abutments with pile foundations, would be retained.
  • Reference:2022-000112ENV
  • Received:Dec 30, 2021
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFO: Emergency Generator and UST Annual Testing and Repairs Project - The City and County of San Francisco, by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission, proposes to perform mandated environmental tests of Airport-owned emergency backup generators and underground tanks and complete necessary repairs to pass the tests (Proposed Project) at San Francisco International Airport. The Proposed Project is needed to maintain compliance with state emergency backup generator and underground storage tank annual monitoring certification requirements. Such inspections include visual and mechanical checks of generators, and replacement of mechanical parts, as needed. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to meet regulatory requirements for certification Annual Monitoring Certification is required for all Airport-owned and operated emergency backup generators and associated underground storage tanks. Under the Proposed Project, testing and as needed maintenance activities would be performed. Various fuel leak detection liquid sensors, and the associated monitoring panels, spill buckets, fuel lines, and other generator-related equipment would be replaced or repaired if found to be faulty during testing. Visible Emissions Evaluations must be performed for the diesel-fired internal combustion engines for the 62 Airport-owned emergency backup generators. If underground storage tanks require replacement, above ground storage tanks would be installed to power existing emergency backup generator fuel tanks, regardless of existing tank type. Closing and/or disposal of Airport-owned underground/aboveground storage tanks would be conducted, as needed, pursuant to state regulations.
  • Reference:2021-012964ENV
  • Received:Dec 28, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Airport
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Description: SFPUC: New Treasure Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Borings - SFPUC: New Treasure Island Wastewater Treatment Plant Borings - The SFPUC is proposing three borings at a proposed SFPUC wastewater treatment plant site in Treasure Island. The borings would be approximately 6 inches in diameter and reach maximum depths of about 300 feet below ground surface.
  • Reference:2021-012929ENV
  • Received:Dec 28, 2021
  • Status:On Hold
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #4, 5, & 6 WW-697 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #4, 5, & 6 WW-697 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 1,408 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-012918ENV
  • Received:Dec 28, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA_Overhead Contact System Pole Replacement - Various Locations - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the in-kind replacement of damaged Overhead Contact System (OCS) poles at eight locations across the city. The OCS pole are currently used as part of a system to provide power for various MUNI routes. The scope of work would include the removal of the existing OCS poles and foundations with the in-kind replacement of a new OCS poles and foundations. Excavation would occur at a maximum depth of 10 feet and 36 inches in diameter to remove the existing damaged OCS poles/foundations. All excavation would occur in the previously excavated areas for each existing pole. The adjacent sidewalks to the OCS poles would be restored after the new poles would be installed. OCS poles would be replaced in-kind at the following locations: 1. Baker Street and Miley Street; two poles (Northwest and northeast corners, 2830-2831 Baker Street) 2. Broad Street and Plymouth Street; one pole (Northeast corner, 72 Broad Street) 3. 17th Street and Shotwell Street; one pole (Northeast Corner, 3123 17th Street) 4. Stockton Street and Washington Street; one pole (1028 Stockton Street, western side) 5. Mission Street and Harrington Street; one pole (4561 Mission Street, eastern side) 6. Church Street and 28th Street; one pole (Northwest Corner; 1612 Church Street) 7. Hayes Street and Laguna Street; one pole (364-355 Hayes Street, northern side)
  • Reference:2021-012869ENV
  • Received:Dec 27, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: #23, 24, 25, 26 & 27 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer - SFPUC: #23, 24, 25, 26 & 27 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 421 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-012893ENV
  • Received:Dec 23, 2021
  • Status:Under Review
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Moscone Center ADA-747 Howard St - DPW: Moscone Center ADA - San Francisco Public Works proposes a project for disability-access improvements to the public right-of-way at the frontage of the Moscone Center South at 747 Howard Street. Construction duration would be approximately 180 days. The proposed project comprises the following: Replacement of the existing driveway at the west end of the north side of Howard Street with tie-in to conform to existing sidewalk, new curb and gutter, replacement ADA-compliant pavers, and replacement A/C pavement. Construction of the new driveway would involve demolition of the existing driveway with a jackhammer and backhoe followed by concrete pour. No new excavation would be required. Installation of guardrails at existing two existing curb ramps on the north side of Howard St. and twelve existing curb ramps on the south side of Howard St. Installation of the guardrail would involve drilling through existing concrete and affixing the guardrail in the drilled holes. No new excavation would be required. Replacement of an existing curb ramp with surrounding sidewalk at mid-block on the west side of 3rd Street in order to provide a traversable pedestrian access route that accommodates an existing planter box. Curb-ramp replacement would involve the demolition of the existing ramp and sidewalk with a jackhammer and backhoe. followed by concrete pour. No new excavation would be required.
  • Reference:2021-012702ENV
  • Received:Dec 17, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: #21 & 22 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #21 & 22 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 324 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-012600ENV
  • Received:Dec 16, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 6484 for Public Hearing 12/17/21 - SFMTA Order 6484 for Public Hearing 12/17/21
  • Reference:2021-012477ENV
  • Received:Dec 14, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFMTA Order 1514 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/16/21 - SFMTA Order 1514 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/16/21
  • Reference:2021-012451ENV
  • Received:Dec 14, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: SFPUC: Treat Avenue Potholing - SFPUC: Treat Avenue Potholing - The SFPUC proposes to perform exploratory potholing work on three sites in an existing SFPUC sewer box in the City of San Francisco in San Francisco County. Each trench pothole location will be up to 2 feet wide by 28 feet long and up to 7 feet deep.
  • Reference:2021-012430ENV
  • Received:Dec 13, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: DPW: Detroit St Stair Repair - DPW: Detroit St Stair Repair - San Francisco Public Works proposes a project to replace a 14’-long section of concrete stairway with landing on Detroit Street at Joost Street. The existing stair section is askew. The existing stairway section would be demolished, and the hillside surface exposed after demolition would be backfilled and compacted. A new steel-reinforced stairway section would be constructed to match existing. The section would include a flight of stairs, reinforced concrete curb to match existing, an upper landing, and footings at the top and bottom of the section that would be 1.5’ in diameter and up to 3’ deep. The new curb would be provided with new pedestrian handrail to match existing. Maximum depth of excavation would be 3’; volume of excavation would be approximately 0.4 cubic yards. The project is not in an historic district or APEZ and is not in an area mapped under the Maher Ordinance. Public Works SCM (geotechnical screening) was applied based on a soils study of an adjacent property (attached) and as an in-kind replacement of an existing structure, no additional assessment was required. Note that not all typical sections shown on plans apply to the present project.
  • Reference:2021-012488ENV
  • Received:Dec 09, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: Moccasin Low Head Powerhouse Repairs Project - SFPUC: Moccasin Low Head Powerhouse Repairs Project - The Project proposes in-kind repair/replacement of three portions of the paved yard/road that sustained damage, including two sections located adjacent to the powerhouse tailrace (Site 1, Sections 1 and 2) and one located adjacent to the southern corner of the powerhouse (Site 2). Additional details for each repair location are provided below. Site 1. Damage at this site included erosion of the road shoulder and embankment covering an approximately 792 square foot asphalt paved area adjacent to the powerhouse tailrace. The road damages for Site 1 would be repaired in two sections: • Section 1. Repair of a section of eroded road shoulder covering an area approximately 14 feet long and 1 foot wide. • Section 2. Repair of a section of eroded road shoulder covering an area approximately 21 feet long and 3 feet wide. Both road shoulder sections would be repaired by saw cutting back the damaged road shoulder edge to the asphalt road to obtain a straight line, removing and replacing aggregate base, and pouring and compacting imported fill. Maximum depth of excavation would be one foot. Site 1 also includes an eroded embankment that requires repair. Imported fill would be poured and compacted to rebuild the embankment. Site 2. Due to inundation of the facility during the storm event, a 10-foot by 7-foot section of asphalt concrete was damaged and road surface undermined and sunken adjacent to the southern corner of the powerhouse. Repairs at Site 2 would involve saw cutting damaged asphalt concrete, removing damaged sections aggregate base and fill, compacting existing base, replacing fill and aggregate base, and repaving the surface asphalt. Maximum depth of excavation would be one foot. Construction activities will require up to five days to complete.
  • Reference:2021-012319ENV
  • Received:Dec 09, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: WWE Warehouse Relocation Project-2725 Oakdale Ave - SFPUC: WWE Warehouse Relocation Project-2725 Oakdale Ave. - The Project would relocate two storage rack systems from SEP940 and SEP030 to the interior of the 2725 Oakdale Avenue warehouse. The rack systems would require installation of a new structural foundation and installation of LED lights within the existing warehouse building. The Project would also include installation of a new exterior slide gate with electric actuator. Exterior ground disturbance for the Project is limited to excavation to install the equipment pad for the new gate and trenching to install electrical conduit from the new slide gate and actuator to the the warehouse building.
  • Reference:2021-012295ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #18, 19 & 20 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #18, 19 & 20 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 254 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-012283ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #13 - WW-709 Various Locations - SFPUC: #13 - WW-709 Various Locations - The Project would replace sewer mains along various streets in San Francisco. Total length would be approximately approximately 10,199 linear feet (approximately 1.9 miles).
  • Reference:2021-012243ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Oceanside NPDES Permit Special Study - SFPUC: Oceanside NPDES Permit Special Study - The SFPUC proposes to replace existing water quality monitoring equipment along outfall pipelines at the following three locations in western San Francisco: - Lake Merced (Outfall 01): located just south of John Muir Drive near the eastern property boundary of the Lakewood Apartments complex located at 511 John Muir Drive - Vicente Street (Outfall 02): located just west of the Great Highway at the western terminus of Vicente Street - Lincoln Way (Outfall 03): located just west of the Great Highway at the western terminus of Lincoln Way The proposed work will remove existing equipment (contained within a small aboveground boxes) at all three locations and replace it with new equipment housed within a new security enclosure/box (measuring feet high, 3 feet wide, and 4 feet long) atop a concrete pad (measuring 0.3 feet high, 3.5 feet wide, and 4.5 feet long). The new equipment will be located in approximately the same locations as existing equipment (as shown in enclosed site photos/plans). Each location will require an approximate 12-foot by 12-foot temporary work area. Minor grading (up to 0.5 foot deep) will be needed to create a level site for each concrete pad and minor trenching (a maximum of 3 feet long and 1 foot deep) will be required to install conduit for sample intake tubing and a depth sensor cable. Construction activities will require up to 15 days to complete.
  • Reference:2021-012201ENV
  • Received:Dec 07, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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1490 MASON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPW: Chinatown Health Center - 1490 Mason Street - DPW: Chinatown Health Center - The project will gut the entire interior but retain the capacity and all existing uses of the existing building by replacing them with new equivalent clinical facilities rearranged and updated. This includes the replacement of all mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) systems, including the replacement in kind of existing rooftop mechanical equipment and refurbishment of the parking area. The existing exterior precast-clad curtain-wall system with windowsill be demolished and be replaced by new lightweight curtain wall system, with the materials and finish to be determined following consultation with the Civic Design Review Committee in advance of the application for a building permit. Modifications to the existing foundation will be required as part of the installation of the new curtain wall; depth of excavation would be approx. 5' around the building's entire perimeter to a width of 5'. A new support column would be constructed in the median under the building at the entrance to the Broadway Tunnel on a micropile foundation. New fenestration will be introduced into the new curtain-wall system. The existing SFAC "Dragon Relief" sculpture will be removed and relocated to the new exterior roof fascia on the east-facing facade.
  • Reference:2021-012063ENV
  • Received:Dec 02, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: #15, 16 & 17 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #15, 16 & 17 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 308 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-011918ENV
  • Received:Nov 29, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Sunol SMP-30 Fissures Utility Relocation - SFPUC: Sunol SMP-30 Fissures Utility Relocation - The SFPUC has power lines in the Sunol Valley in unincorporated Alameda County parallel to Calaveras Road that provide electricity to critical infrastructure, including the Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant, Sunol Valley Chloramination Facility, and the San Antonio Pump Station. Fissures in the ground have formed near the power line alignment and between the adjacent SMP-30 quarry for unknown reasons. The SFPUC is proposing to relocate five wood power poles and the power lines approximately 100 feet east (still on SFPUC property) to prevent them from damage and failure due to the fissures. To do so, the SFPUC would remove trees along the new alignment. The SFPUC is also proposing to grout the fissures and temporarily cover the affected area to minimize their expansion. The maximum depth of ground disturbance would include auger boring five (5) 18-inch diameter holes, approximately six-feet deep. Tree removal would be by hand with chain saws and grouting would not involve ground disturbance. The existing poles would be hauled off-site for disposal.
  • Reference:2021-011860ENV
  • Received:Nov 24, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1531 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/2/21 - SFMTA Order 1531 for ISCOTT Hearing 12/2/21
  • Reference:2021-011829ENV
  • Received:Nov 23, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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Description: RPD: Bandshell Project - finance record only
  • Reference:2021-011769ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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Description: RPD: Observation Wheel - finance record only
  • Reference:2021-011780ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Recreation and Parks
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79 STEVENSON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA_Downtown Substation (79 Stevenson Street) Door Replacement - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the in-kind replacement of the roll-up garage door at the Downtown Sub-Station, located at 79 Stevenson Street. The scope of work would include the in-kind replacement of the rolling steel service door along the building’s Stevenson Street frontage. A new service door and associated electrical equipment would be installed (motor operator, key switch, and conduits). All associated equipment would be interior mounted and non-visible from the public right of way, similar to existing conditions. The door would be finished in non-reflective paint and there would be no change to the height and width of the existing door opening. The building at 79 Stevenson Street was constructed in 1920 and is a designated Historic Resource. The property has been designated as potentially eligible for the California Register of Historic Places as an individual resource.
  • Reference:2021-011807ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
  • Approval Action Date:Jul 13, 2022
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Description: SFPUC: #11, 12, 13 & 14 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #11, 12, 13 & 14 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 395 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-011691ENV
  • Received:Nov 18, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Mather Power Distribution Poles Replacement Project - SFPUC: Mather Power Distribution Poles Replacement Project - The project will add 21 wooden power poles to replace "non-standard" power service poles (e.g. trees) currently supporting electrical distribution conductors. The locations are on or proximate to current electrical distribution line alignments at the SFPUC fee owned Camp Mather property.
  • Reference:2021-011585ENV
  • Received:Nov 15, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: Water Shortage Emergency - SFPUC: Water Shortage Emergency - On November 23, 2021, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is expected to declare a Water Shortage Emergency per California Water Code, Division 1, Chapter 3, 350-359. Because the impending Water Shortage Emergency declaration constitutes an emergency under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management recommends the proposed adoption of a systemwide 10-percent water-use reduction and authorization of the General Manager to implement actions under the SFPUC’s 2020 Water Shortage Contingency Plan, described below, are statutorily exempt under CEQA 21080(b)(4) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(c). These statutes exempt specific actions necessary to prevent or mitigate an emergency.
  • Reference:2021-011567ENV
  • Received:Nov 12, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFMTA Order 1512 for ISCOTT Hearing 11/18/21 - SFMTA Order 1512 for ISCOTT Hearing 11/18/21
  • Reference:2021-011467ENV
  • Received:Nov 10, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:MTA Special Work Order
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1001 CLARENDON AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
598 PORTOLA DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
375 LAGUNA HONDA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
375 WOODSIDE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: DPW: LHH Sewer Replacement - San Francisco Public Works, on behalf of the San Francisco Department of Public Health, proposes a project to abandon 811’ of existing sewer line, abandon two manholes, and remove one manhole, and construct 1,348’ of new 12” vitrified clay pipe VCP sewer and 10 new manholes, at the Laguna Honda Campus at 375 Laguna Honda Boulevard. Additionally, eight existing catch basins would be retained and provided with new lateral connections to the new sewer line. The new sewer would be constructed beneath the unnamed 25’-wide, two-lane roadway on the Laguna Honda parcel that runs parallel to the southern frontage of the parcel, and connected to the existing sewer main under Laguna Honda Boulevard. The existing sewers are over 100 years old and dilapidated due to root intrusion. The sewers back up and overflow onto the sidewalk and roadways on a regular basis. The sewers would be replaced and, at some locations, would be relocated further away from trees and vegetation. Roadway repair on the Laguna Honda campus would be matched in-kind to existing. The total area of excavation would be 3,000 square feet; volume of excavation would be 1,628 cubic yards. Powered off-road construction machinery would include backhoes, excavators, mini excavators, front loaders, soil compactors, saw cutters, and rollers (diesel powered). Construction duration is estimated at 40 days.
  • Reference:2021-011666ENV
  • Received:Nov 09, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Works
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Description: SFPUC: #9 & 10 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #9 & 10 WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 207 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-011382ENV
  • Received:Nov 09, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: BOS: File #211092 - Cars to Casas Legislation - BOS: File #211092 - Cars to Casas Legislation - Ordinance amending the Planning Code to increase density on lots with auto-oriented uses where housing is permitted, but which do not currently have any residential use or a legacy business, and remove the Conditional Use requirement to change the use of an Automobile Service Station or Automotive Use to another use and amend zoning control tables to reflect this change; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and making findings of public necessity, convenience, and welfare as required by Planning Code, Section 302.
  • Reference:2021-011284ENV
  • Received:Nov 04, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Board of Supervisors
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Description: SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam - SFPUC: O'Shaughnessy Dam - SFPUC proposes to inspect and test multiple underwater methods to clean and remove rust and tubercles (corrosive activity on submerged iron surfaces that naturally forms over time) at a metal casting around one of the six outlets (openings where water enters from dam) of O'Shaughnessy Dam. Divers would access the outlet from the reservoir side, and use underwater hand tools (e.g., high pressure water blasting system or grinding tools) to clean the surface. SFPUC also proposes to test methods for capturing removed material and to identify surface irregularities underlying the cleaned metal surfaces. The results of the investigation would inform design for the bulkhead systems project and identify appropriate techniques to use during implementation of the bulkhead system project. In addition to use of hand-held equipment, in-water vessels would be used to support diving services. Staging would be accommodated on the crest of the dam, in the paved parking adjacent to the dam, and on unpaved parking at the backpacker's camp. No excavation or grading would be necessary.
  • Reference:2021-011153ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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Description: SFPUC: #4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - SFPUC: #4, 5, 6, 7 & 8 - WW-698 As-Needed Spot Sewer Work - A project of less than 1 mile in length within the existing public right-of-way, totaling approximately 550 linear feet.
  • Reference:2021-011087ENV
  • Received:Oct 29, 2021
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
  • Initiating Agency:Public Utilities Commission
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