Description: SFO: 400 Hertz System Infrastructure Upgrades Project - SFO: 400 Hertz System Infrastructure Upgrades Project - The proposed project is to upgrade the existing system to accommodate the higher electrical load requirements of upgauged international and domestic aircraft fleet untilizing Boarding Area G gates. Electric ground power unit systems allow servicing of aircraft (at gates or during aircraft maintenance), without use of jet fuel.
  • Reference:2019-003899ENV
  • Received:Mar 19, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFO: Fall Protection Systems Upgrade Project - SFO: Fall Protection Systems Upgrade Project - The proposed project is to replace and upgrade the existing fall protection systems, which were installed to protect Airport staff while conducting maintenance activities.
  • Reference:2019-003909ENV
  • Received:Mar 19, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFO: Electric Ground Support Equipment Infrastructure and Charging Stations - SFO: Electric Ground Support Equipment Infrastructure and Charging Station - The proposed project is to incentivize and support the continued voluntary conversion of tenant ground support equipment fleet to electric ground support equipment. Ground support equipment, which includes aircraft tugs, baggage tractors, lifts, and belt loaders, have traditionally been powered with conventional diesel and gasoline engines.
  • Reference:2019-003905ENV
  • Received:Mar 19, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFMTA Order #6050 for Public Hearing on 3/8/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-003917ENV
  • Received:Mar 19, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Embarcadero Enhancement Project - The Embarcadero Enhancement Project aims to improve safety, accessibility and comfort for all travelers between North Point Street near Pier 39 and Townsend Street at South Beach Park. Changes that would result from the project include the construction of a physically protected (Class IV) two-way bikeway to reduce conflicts between modes and the removal of the third northbound vehicular travel lane between Howard Street and Pier 5 (approximately at Pacific Street), and between Sansome Street and Pier 33 (approximately at Francisco Street). Additionally, the project would enhance pedestrian crossings to meet current Americans with Disabilities (ADA) standards and provide shorter crossing distances where feasible through sidewalk widening along the Embarcadero and across multiple side-streets. A limited number of turn restrictions and traffic signal changes would be introduced on the Embarcadero to simplify intersections and support the safe, efficient movement of people and goods. The location of a streetcar stop at Broadway may be adjusted, in conjunction with a pedestrian crosswalk closure, to accommodate the bikeway design, and allocations of curb space (for loading, parking, tow-away zones, and other uses) would be revised to better reflect current and future demands. Lastly, wayfinding and changeable message signs could be provided at strategic locations to help support vehicular access to existing surface lots and parking garages and communicate real-time traffic delays or detours.
  • Reference:2019-003785ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order #6054 for Public Hearing on 3/22/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-003683ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF PORT: 32 Jennings St. - Heron's Head Park Shoreline Resilience Project. - SF PORT: The proposed Heron's Head Park Shoreline Resilience Project would construct a living shoreline along appox. 1,6100 feet of the Park's southern shoreline in order to prevent further erosion, protect existing wetland habitat, and increase biodiversity.
  • Reference:2019-003714ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement No. 41 - The proposed Project would replace existing sewer mains along Innes Avenue from Newhall Street to Mendell Street and Jamestown Avenue from Jennings Street to Ingalls Street. The existing pipelines are 8 inches in diameter and constructed of iron stone pipe (ISP) or vitrified clay pipe (VCP). The proposed replacement pipelines would be 12 inches in diameter and constructed of VCP. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 2,267 linear feet (approximately 0.43 mile).
  • Reference:2019-003576ENV
  • Received:Mar 12, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 26th Street and Castro Street Sewer Replacement (WD-2739) - The proposed Project would replace existing sewer mains along 26th Street from Dolores Street to Fair Oaks Street and Castro Street from 20th Street to Clipper Street. The existing pipelines vary between 15 and 21 inches in diameter and the majority of the replacement pipelines would be similar in diameter. The existing sewer lines are constructed of 3’x5’ brick, iron stone pipe (ISP), or vitrified clay pipe (VCP). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 12 inches and 18 inches in diameter or the existing sewer lined. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced and/or lined is approximately 2,249 linear feet (approximately 0.43 mile).
  • Reference:2019-003572ENV
  • Received:Mar 12, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF DPW: In public R/W - Approximately 300 Roosevelt Way - SF DPW: Proposes a project to install an ADA-compliant curb ramp at the north-east corner of the intersection of Museum Way and Roosevelt Way. An existing street tree (Ficus microcarpa) would be removed, without replacement. Approximately 25 linear feet of existing sidewalk and curb will be demolished, and new ADA-compliant curb ramps will be constructed or reconstructed, with new curb, gutter, sidewalk, and minimally regraded crosswalk that meet ADA requirements for traversability. Maximum depth of excavation for curb-ramp installation is approximately eight inches.
  • Reference:2019-003543ENV
  • Received:Mar 12, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1450th Meeting on 3/14/19 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-002952ENV
  • Received:Mar 11, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: 15 Kilovolt Replacement and System Upgrade Project - SFO: 15 Kilovolt Replacement and System Upgrade Project - Replacement of the cable is required to prevent disruption of electrical service to several buildings on the Airport property. The Airport is proposing the replacement of the 15kV cables as preventive maintenance for the Airport's electrical system.
  • Reference:2019-003561ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SF DPW: Various Locations Pavement and Curb Ramp Work/Regulatory Affairs-Muni Elevations - SF DPW: Street regrading, resurfacing, and curb ramp work at four locations. Columbus Ave./Kearny St.; Sacramento St./Grant Ave.; Sacramento St./Stockton St.; Sacramento St./Powell St.
  • Reference:2019-003549ENV
  • Received:Mar 04, 2019
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFO: Single-Use Food Ware Plastics, Toxics, and Litter Reduction - SFO: Single-Use Food Ware Plastic, Toxics, and Litter Reduction - The City and County of SF (the City), by and through the San Francisco Airport Commission (the Commission), proposes to implement and comply with the requirements of the amendment to Chapter 16 of the San Francisco Environment Code, Single-Use Food Ware Plastics, Toxics, and Litter Reduction, and to advance the City's and Airport's zero waste goals. The Airport proposes to issue an Airport Operations Bulletin (AOB) to prohibit single-use plastic food service ware, limit when food service ware accessories may be provided, and require reusable beverage cups be made available to no less than 10% of attendees at certain events. APPROVAL ACTION DATE 3/13/2019
  • Reference:2019-002642ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1449th Meeting on 2/28/19 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-002390ENV
  • Received:Feb 27, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW: Seawall Lot 330 - Construction of a 200-bed, Shelter Access for Everyone (SAFE) Center at Seawall Lot 330 (SWL 330). The parcel is owned by the Port and currently operates as a privately-operated, paid public parking lot. The project would install two 200-bed portable tensile structures fabricated by Sprung Structure.
  • Reference:2019-002440ENV
  • Received:Feb 27, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Wawona Area Stormwater Improvement Geotechnical Investigation - The proposed Investigation involves up to 15 geotechnical and geologic borings typically located in asphalt-paved parking lanes along Vicente Street and on cross streets at locations close to Vicente Street. One boring is proposed in the lawn area of Carl Larsen Playground near the intersection of Vicente Street and 20th Avenue.
  • Reference:2019-002328ENV
  • Received:Feb 26, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cargo Way Odor Reduction Project - Project would install a flushing line inside existing sewer to reduce/minimize Collection System odors in the area. Project includes cleaning, operation controls and infrastructure modifications.
  • Reference:2019-002332ENV
  • Received:Feb 26, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: 1 ZOO RD - The project proposes a Snow Leopard habitat within the San Francisco Zoo. The habitat will have one open air animal habitat, one adjacent open air animal day room, a one story partially open animal holding, an adjacent code red animal management area and an open visitor viewing shelter.
  • Reference:2019-002202ENV
  • Received:Feb 25, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - repairs to storm-damaged 230kV transmission system - The immediate and high-priority activities include: (1) repair to transmission tower 116S, including repair of structural damage and replacement of insulators; (2) removal and replacement of 230kV conductor as needed (all three phases); and (3) potential repair of structural damage to adjacent towers 114S and 118S.
  • Reference:2019-002153ENV
  • Received:Feb 21, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Pedestrian Safety Improvements at Diamond Heights Boulevard, Elk Street, and Sussex Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is proposing pedestrian safety improvements at the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard, Elk Street, and Sussex Street to improve pedestrian access to Glen Canyon in response to resident requests. The scope of improvements includes the installation of a new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB), parking removal for site distances, a crosswalk closure, speed limit reduction, and sidewalk extensions to accommodate four new accessible curb ramps. The scope of work for the RRFB includes the installation of two new signal poles and one new streetlight, underground conduit, and pull boxes. The maximum excavation is six (6) feet for the pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, and twenty four (24) inches for the underground conduits. Sidewalk and roadway reconstruction would consist of four new standard accessible curb ramps and three curb bulbouts at the intersection of Elk Street, Sussex Street, and Diamond Heights Boulevard, and minor grading in the intersection to ensure adequate water flow. Tow-Away No Stopping Anytime zones would be established on the west side of Diamond Heights Boulevard from Sussex Street to Arbor Street, the north side of Sussex Street from Diamond Heights Boulevard to 15 feet easterly, and the south side of Sussex Street from Elk Street to 33 feet easterly. Establishment of these zones would involve the removal of a No Parking, Passenger Loading Zone (8am-5pm, Monday-Friday, June-August) along the west side of Diamond Heights Boulevard from Sussex Street to 120 feet northerly. The north and south crosswalks at Diamond Heights Boulevard and Arbor Street would be closed to channelize pedestrians 200 feet southerly to the improved crossing at Sussex Street. Finally, the speed limit would be reduced from 30mph to 25mph on Diamond Heights Boulevard between Berkeley Way and Sussex Street.
  • Reference:2019-002129ENV
  • Received:Feb 15, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 6044 for public hearing 2/22/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Staff/City Traffic Engineer/SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2019-002028ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Water Main Leak Detection System Upgrades - SFO: Water Main Leak Detection System Upgrades - The Water Main Leak Detection System Upgrade program would install real-time leak detection caps at 103 existing fire hydrant locations throughout the Airport (Phase 1) and vaults and associated housing leak detection components at 16 locations throughout the Airport and adjacent to Airport property (Phase II).
  • Reference:2019-002728ENV
  • Received:Feb 11, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1448th Meeting on 2/14/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-001637ENV
  • Received:Feb 08, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 6041 for Public Hearing on 2/15/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-001631ENV
  • Received:Feb 08, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Sutter Street Lane Conversion - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes move an existing midblock lane drop on Sutter Street between Webster Street and Fillmore Street eastward to the Webster Street intersection. This would be accomplished by converting an existing westbound through lane on Sutter east of Webster into a left turn only lane. West of Webster, Sutter would be reduced to one westbound travel lane and one eastbound travel lane.
  • Reference:2019-001852ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 1399 Marin Street - Backflow Valve Installation - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Director of Transportation proposes to approve a Task Order for the installation of a backflow valve in the interior of the 1399 Marin Street bus maintenance shed building. 1399 Marin Street is a SFMTA bus acceptance and maintenance facility located next to Islais Creek in the south east quadrant of San Francisco. The proposed scope includes installation of a new backflow valve into an existing storm drain line that serves the interior of the bus maintenance shed building. During heavy rain events, water ponds in the street and backs up through the storm drain into the facility, causing heavy flooding that impacts operations, results in safety issues due to trolley charging, and causes material damage. The new backflow valve would prevent water from the street from coming into the facility through the storm drain. Installation of the backflow preventer requires demolition of the existing concrete slab and removal of approx. 6'x8'x6' amount of material and to set in new 4'x6x4' vault for the backflow preventer. This work would be within the existing building footprint in previously disturbed soils.
  • Reference:2019-001618ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install transit bulbs, upgrade signals, implement stop removals and relocations, and adjusts the current routing of the 27 Bryant Muni line through the 27 Bryant Transit Reliability Project to improve the reliability of the line and promote safer transit operations. The project would also include sidewalk extensions at intersection corners and signal changes that would improve pedestrian visibility in the Tenderloin and Nob Hill neighborhoods.
  • Reference:2019-001882ENV
  • Received:Feb 04, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 6037 for Public Hearing on 2/1/19 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-001128ENV
  • Received:Jan 29, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Valencia Curb Management Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to implement a comprehensive curb management project on Valencia Street between 15th Street and 24th Street. The project would make parking and loading changes on each block of Valencia Street as well as on cross streets just off Valencia Street within the project area. The project is intended to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists by minimizing double parking and other unsafe, illegal loading behavior and to address the loading needs of local businesses. These changes include the addition of commercial and passenger loading zones, short-term parking zones, accessible parking spaces, and visibility red zones, as well as changes in effective hours to existing loading and short-term parking zones. The project would not make any changes to physical infrastructure other than signs and paint.
  • Reference:2019-002419ENV
  • Received:Jan 29, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1447th Meeting on 1/24/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2019-001160ENV
  • Received:Jan 29, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moscone West Solar - The proposed Project would involve installation of a 900 kilowatt (kW) roofmounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the Moscone West Convention Center located at 800 Howard Street. The low-height, rack-mounted, PV system would consist of approximately 2,000 solar modules (panels), each measuring approximately 6.8 feet by 3.4 feet. The PV system would be installed flat or tilted with no more than a 10-degree angle on the roof of Moscone West and would not be visible above the height of the existing 5-foot parapet wall around the roof perimeter. The electrical interconnection would occur at the facility’s main service panel.
  • Reference:2019-001056ENV
  • Received:Jan 25, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 12 Folsom/Pacific Rincon Hill Extension Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to reroute the 12 Folsom/Pacific Muni bus route through the Rincon Hill neighborhood, which would restore regular bus service to the area after roughly a decade. The route realignment would occur between Sansome Street at Clay Street and Second Street at Folsom/Harrison streets. The realignment, north of Market Street, would have buses use Clay, Sacramento, and Drumm streets to travel between Sansome Street and Market Street. The realignment, south of Market Street, would use Spear and Main streets to travel between Market Street and Folsom Street and Harrison Street, via Essex Street. The route realignment would occur between Sansome Street at Clay Street and Second Street at Folsom/Harrison streets. The realignment of the 12 Folsom/Pacific would have outbound buses travel from its existing route on Sansome Street onto Clay Street, Drumm Street, Market Street, Spear Street, Folsom Street, and finally Essex Street to continue along its existing route on Harrison Street. Inbound buses would travel from its existing route on Folsom Street onto Main Street, Market Street, Drumm Street, and Sacramento Street back onto its existing route on Sansome Street. With the proposed realignment, service headways would remain 15 minutes between buses during the PM peak hour. To serve this realignment, the proposed project would include the creation of two new bus zones on Spear Street at Mission Street, and on Essex Street at Folsom Street. The realigned route along Folsom Street from Spear to First streets would use bus stops that have been legislated and would be implemented as part of the Folsom Streetscape Project (2007.0885E and 2008.0789E) (See Planned Projects below for discussion). For all other segments of the realigned route, existing bus stops would be utilized. See Attachment A. Proposed Bus Zone at Spear Street and Mission Street The project would establish a new 93 foot bus zone on the west side of Spear Street, immediately south of Mission Street. This would result in the removal of four commercial metered spaces, which would be replaced by converting four general metered spaces on the south side of Mission Street, just west of Spear Street. Proposed Bus Zone and Turn Restrictions at Essex Street between Folsom and Harrison streets At the intersection of Essex Street and Folsom Street, turn restrictions would be modified to allow only southbound buses, taxis, and bikes to turn left from Folsom Street to Essex Street. At the intersection of Essex Street and Harrison Street, on the east side of the median island, the existing through lane would turn into a Muni-only right turn pocket, and the existing left turn lane would turn into a through/left turn lane. New traffic signal heads and modifications made to the signal phasing for the intersection would allow for Muni buses in the right turn pocket to make a right turn movement from the east side of the median island on Essex Street while all other movement is halted. In addition, the project would establish a new bus zone at the northern end of the Essex Street median island. To make the island accessible, the island would be modified to feature a ramp, guard rails, and a bus shelter.
  • Reference:2019-001389ENV
  • Received:Jan 25, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Visitacion Valley Middle School Solar - The proposed Project would involve installation of a 100 kilowatt (kW) roofmounted solar photovoltaic (PV) system at Visitacion Valley Middle School located at 450 Raymond Avenue. The low-height, rack-mounted, PV system would consist of approximately 240 solar modules (panels), each measuring approximately 5.33 feet by 3.4 feet. The PV system would be installed flat or tilted with no more than a 10-degree angle on the roof of the Middle School’s main building and would not be visible above the height of the existing 36-inch parapet wall around the roof perimeter. The electrical interconnection would occur at the main service panel at the ground level inside the school’s mechanical room.
  • Reference:2019-001052ENV
  • Received:Jan 25, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 6033 for public hearing 1/25/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board/SFMTA Staff o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2019-001246ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Mission Bay AWSS - The City’s Emergency Firefighting Water System, also known as the Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS), is a high-pressure water distribution system designated for fighting fires in the City. Certain areas of San Francisco were identified as having a low reliability for fire service following a large earthquake due to a high potential for numerous pipeline breaks within the Municipal Water Supply System and a lack of existing AWSS. This project would install approximately 1,650 feet of earthquake-resistant potable water pipe (20-inch) within the Mission Bay area along Terry A. Francois Boulevard between South and Mission Rock Streets.
  • Reference:2019-000794ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - TO180 Mission Overhead Contact System Project - SFMTA proposes to extend existing by-pass wires and relocating a left-turning switch located north along Mission Street at 30th Street. The project includes the installation of two new poles which would require up to eight feet of excavation for foundation and other related work. Currently, the outbound Muni 24-Divisadero line turns from eastbound 30th Street to southbound Mission Street, then makes an immediate left turn onto eastbound Cortland Street. Between 30th Street and Cortland Street on Mission Street, there is an overhead switch and by-pass wires to facilitate this left turn movement. Routinely the access to this switch is blocked due to traffic congestion, thus preventing the 24-Divisadero from accessing the left turn OCS, while also delaying service. This project would extend the existing by-pass wires and relocate the existing left turning switch north along Mission Street closer to 30th Street. This would allow 24 Divisadero to bypass 14 Mission, 49 Van Ness Mission trolley coaches and other traffic congestion near Cortland Street. Two new poles (see attachments) would be installed. Up to eight feet of excavation would be required to install the foundation for these poles.
  • Reference:2019-001069ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Oversized Vehicle Parking Restrictions on Felton, Bowdoin, Woolsey, and University - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors proposes to establish oversized vehicle parking restrictions (no parking, midnight to 6 am, daily for vehicles more than seven feet tall or 22 feet long) at the following locations: • Felton Street, both sides, between University Street and Bowdoin Street • Bowdoin Street, both sides, between Felton Street and Burrows Street • Bowdoin Street, both sides, between Bacon Street and Woolsey Street • Woolsey Street, both sides, between Bowdoin Street and University Street • University Street, both sides, between Woolsey Street and Felton Street
  • Reference:2019-000687ENV
  • Received:Jan 16, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Sansome and Battery Connections Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to improve conditions for people walking and bicycling from (and at) the Embarcadero to Jackson Street on Battery, Sansome, Vallejo, and Davis streets. The project seeks to enhance the safety and attractiveness of bicycling between the Financial District and Northern Waterfront by providing dedicated bicycle facilities (Class II, Class III, and Class IV lanes) parallel to the traffic-heavy Embarcadero corridor. The project would also improve pedestrian crossings on Battery and Sansome streets, which are both currently one-way, two-lane streets with peak hour transit service and several connections to parks and open spaces. The project would include upgrades and expansions to the north-south bicycle network, as well as pedestrian and general traffic safety improvements, through the Northern Waterfront, lower Telegraph Hill, and Jackson Square neighborhoods. The following street segments are included in the project: • Battery Street from (and at) the Embarcadero to Broadway • Sansome Street from (and at) the Embarcadero to Pacific Street • Vallejo Street between Sansome and Davis streets • Davis Street between Vallejo and Jackson streets
  • Reference:2019-001392ENV
  • Received:Jan 15, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Special Event Zone Expansion - This project would amend the Transportation Code to modify the boundaries of where Special Event parking rates may be charged to include areas affected by events at the soon-to-open Chase Center. These boundaries need to be adjusted for SFMTA to charge special event rates at existing meters near the Chase Center as well as meters currently slated for installation. Approximately 25 new signs would be installed (see attached exampled) as part of this project. These signs would be installed on existing poles whenever possible, however installation of new poles may be required in some instances. Excavation for these new poles would be approximately 12 inches.
  • Reference:2019-000691ENV
  • Received:Jan 14, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Westside Potable AWSS - The City’s Emergency Firefighting Water System, also known as the Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS), is a high-pressure water distribution system designated for fighting fires in the City. The far western area of San Francisco was identified as having a low reliability for fire service following a large earthquake due to a high potential for numerous pipeline breaks within the Municipal Water Supply System and a lack of existing AWSS. This project would install approximately 13 miles of earthquake-resistant potable water pipe within the Richmond and Sunset districts, which could be converted to a dedicated high-pressure fire supply line following an earthquake.
  • Reference:2019-000535ENV
  • Received:Jan 14, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Irrigation System Retrofits and Improvements for Golden Gate Park and Lincoln Park - The proposed Project would involve retrofits and use area design improvements to the irrigation systems of Golden Gate Park and Lincoln Park. The purpose of the proposed Project is to modify the existing irrigation systems of Golden Gate Park and Lincoln Park for compliance with California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 22 and 17 standards and Recycled Water General Order WQ 2016‐0068.
  • Reference:2019-000522ENV
  • Received:Jan 14, 2019
  • Status:Pending Review
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1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
120 CHAIN OF LAKES DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1691 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
49 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: KEZAR PAVILION - 755 STANYAN ST - The proposed project is targeted at renovating Kezar Pavilion in Golden Gate Park. Kezar Pavilion is located at the far east edge of Golden Gate Park at the intersection of Stanyan Street at Waller Street. Kezar Pavilion is a destination recreational structure (basketball gymnasium) which was originally constructed in 1926 and has subsequently had additions added to the gym which were constructed in 1935, 1962 and 1964. The gym is listed as a contributing feature on the National Register of Historic Places. The goal of this project is focused on addressing all life/safety concerns, address and mitigate all structural and seismic deficiencies, improve the facility so that it complies with current accessibility requirements while at the same time integrate new recreational and park programming needs while staying in complience with the Secretary of Interior Standards.
  • Reference:2019-000462ENV
  • Received:Jan 10, 2019
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1446 for Meeting of 1/10/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2019-000392ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 6024 for Public Hearing 1/11/2019 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2019-000390ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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55 SHERMAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: Victoria Manalo Draves Park Improvements - 55 Sherman Street - REC & PARK: Renovatons at Victoria Manalo Draves Park to increase safety at the park and increase overall usability. The main improvement under this scope of work is lighting upgrades: To the path lights and new athletic lights. The first upgrade includes replacing all path lights with brighter and more efficient LED poles with new, raised concrete bases will increase light levels throughout the park. The second lighting upgrade includes new lights at the baseball field and basketball court so allow the main youth organizations that use this park to have extended hours of play. The remaining scope items include renovations to increase visibility and safety while maximizing site usability. Those items include: lowering the central berm as it currently blocks sight lines; removing superfluous pathways and freestanding walls int he playgrounds; and using this reconfigured space to add more plots to the community garden.
  • Reference:2019-000140ENV
  • Received:Jan 03, 2019
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon at Delano Avenue and Ocean Avenue - The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is proposing to install a new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at the intersection of Delano Avenue and Ocean Avenue. The scope of work includes the installation of new poles, underground conduit, pull boxes and RRFBs at the STOP controlled intersection of Delano Avenue and Ocean Avenue. The maximum excavation is three and a half (3.5) feet for the pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, and twenty four (24) inches for the underground conduits.
  • Reference:2019-000574ENV
  • Received:Jan 02, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon at 20th Avenue and Judah Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency is proposing to install a new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) at the intersection of 20th Avenue and Judah Street. The scope of work includes the installation of new poles, underground conduit, pull boxes and RRFBs at the STOP controlled intersection of 20th Avenue and Judah Street. The maximum excavation is three and a half (3.5) feet for the pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, and twenty four (24) inches for the underground conduits.
  • Reference:2019-000689ENV
  • Received:Jan 02, 2019
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Pilarcitos Dam Geotechnical Investigation - The proposed Investigation would fill data gaps to supplement and confirm existing data on the Dam embankment and foundation materials, and provide data to help characterize the extent, continuity, and liquefaction susceptibility of the alluvium in the dam foundation. Investigation locations are included in the attached Pilarcitos Dam Proposed Boring Map. The proposed Investigation would include the following activities: • Seven (7) in-water rotary wash soil borings within the Reservoir • Seven (7) rotary wash soil borings at the Dam • Six (6) instrumented Becker penetration tests (iBPTs) at the Dam • Seven (7) cone penetration tests (CPTs) at the Dam • Three (3) hand-held borings along the spillway • One (1) handheld boring east of the Reservoir • Installation of three (3) new open standpipe piezometers at the Dam • Modification of three (3) existing open-well piezometers at the Dam • Laboratory testing for index and strength of selected soil samples
  • Reference:2018-017370ENV
  • Received:Dec 31, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: PORT: Annual Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses on SF Port Property - PORT: Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses 2019 - Cirque du Soleil VOLTA; PIER 39 Holiday Tree Lighting & Show; The Midway's New Year's Day Party; Giants Fanfest; YMCA Chinese New Year Run; Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon SF; Walk MS SF; Moving Day SF 2019; SF Bicycle Coalition Bike to Work Day 2019; 2019 SF Kidney Walk; PurpleStride 2019; July 4th Fireworks Celebration; Alcatraz Sharkfest Swim; SF Marathon; Bridge to Bride Rune 2019; JP Morgan Corporate Challenge; SF Giant Race 2019; SF Heart Walk; New Year's Eve Fireworks Celebration.
  • Reference:2018-017268ENV
  • Received:Dec 27, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order #6019 for public hearing on December 28, 2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee. Approval Date:
  • Reference:2018-017119ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: DPW: Rain Gardens on Seneca - DPW: Rain Gardens on Seneca - Seneca Avenue, with a steep, wide, concrete slope, draining directly into flooding Cayuga Valley, borders on four SFUSD schools and affords an extremely significant ecological LID transformation opportunity to create a continuous California Native Drought Tolerant Learning Zone for all Ages of the thousands of primarily low-income, culturally, linguistically diverse students, PreK-12.
  • Reference:2019-000121ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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1610 GEARY BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: JAPANTOWN PEACE PLAZA - 1610 GEARY BLVD. - Renovation will fully remedy the leaking water to an MTA- owned garage below. The renovation will fully remedy this issue and provide a re-invigorated public space for the community. The renovation will include waterproofing, new planting, shade structures, paving, seating, lighting, and potential structural reinforcement of the plaza and/or Peace pagoda (if deemed necessary). The new design seeks to provide the community with more functional access to the plaza, both for everyday and special event use, while harnessing the symbolism that the plaza holds within the neighborhood, city and region.
  • Reference:2019-000895ENV
  • Received:Dec 19, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Parcel: 9900098
Description: SF PORT: 32 Jennings Street - Heron's Head Park Shoreline Resilience Project - SF PORT: The proposed Heron's Head Park Shoreline Resilience Project would construct a living shoreline along approx 1,600 feet of Park's southern shoreline in order to prevent further erosion, protect existing wetland habitat, and increase biodiversity. Exemption under CEQA as a small habitat restoration project that does not exceed 5 acres in scope and that restores, enhances, and/or protects habitats for plans, wildlife and fish.
  • Reference:2018-016897ENV
  • Received:Dec 17, 2018
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1445th meeting on 12/20/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-017067ENV
  • Received:Dec 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 24th Avenue, Eddy Street, and Jones Street Police Vehicle Parking Only Restrictions - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) Board of Directors proposes to approve the expansion of an existing police vehicle parking only zone on 24th Avenue and amending the Transportation Code, Division II, Section 801 to reflect Special On-Street Permit Parking Restrictions installed along 24th Avenue and at Eddy and Jones Streets intersection. ESTABLISH – NO PARKING ANYTIME EXCEPT CITY-OWNED SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES DISPLAYING A PERMIT ISSUED BY THE SFMTA 24th Avenue, east side, from 205 feet to 371 feet south of Santiago Street (166-foot zone) ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME EXCEPT CITY-OWNED − MARKED SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES; Eddy Street, south side, from Jones Street to 185 feet westerly (185-foot zone); Eddy Street, north side, from 37 feet to 254 feet west of Jones Street (217-foot zone); Eddy Street, north side, from 85 feet to 206 feet east of Jones Street (121-foot zone); Jones Street, east side, from 31 feet to 115 feet north of Eddy Street (84-foot zone); Jones Street, west side, from 5 feet to 84 feet north of Eddy Street (79-foot zone); Jones Street, east side, from 21 feet to 79 feet south of Eddy Street (58-foot zone); and Jones Street, west side, from 24 feet to 107 feet south of Eddy Street (83-foot zone). ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME EXCEPT CITY-OWNED − MARKED SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES; Eddy Street, north side, from 23 feet to 137 feet east of Jones Street (shifting existing 114-foot zone) ESTABLISH – NO PARKING EXCEPT BICYCLES ESTABLISH – BIKE SHARE STATION; Eddy Street, north side, from 137 feet to 202 feet east of Jones Street (shifting existing 23-dock bike share station)
  • Reference:2018-017249ENV
  • Received:Dec 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 6013 for public hearing 12/14/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer / Staff Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-016828ENV
  • Received:Dec 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: REC & PARK: Crocker Tai Chi - 785-799 Moscow Street - To provide enhanced amenities and safe access to the existing courts at Crocker Amazon, 3 4' wide asphalt paths from the Moscow St. sidewalk leading to the courts gates; 5 shade tree plantings in the existing lawn area along Moscow St.; and installation of benches on existing courts in being proposed. This scope of work was initially determined during Rec Park's McLaren Vision plan process. The "Courts Projects" was identified as a Tier 1 initiative and this work is a portion of the overall program. The courts were recently resurfaced, resulting in increased usage, especially by a large and dedicated group of tai chi practitioners.
  • Reference:2019-000069ENV
  • Received:Dec 07, 2018
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1444th meeting on 12/6/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-016823ENV
  • Received:Dec 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: DPW: THIRD STREET EMERGENCY SEWER REPLACEMENT - DPW: ORDER #200136: Third Street Emergency Sewer Replacement - Upon inspection of the storm sewer system in the vicinity of Third Street between Berry Street and the Third Street Bridge, a damaged section of sewer was encountered. The damage includes some settlement of the basin, cracks within the walls and lid of the sewer and some void spaces, likely the result of fill being washed out through the cracks around the sewer. Further inspections were conducted to assess the extent of damage it was decided that the condition poses a hazard to the sewer system function and the safety of the roadway above. As a result, an emergency repair is required.
  • Reference:2018-016367ENV
  • Received:Dec 03, 2018
  • Status:Accepted
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Description: SFMTA - Contract 35 – Traffic Signal Upgrade Project - The scope of work includes new signal timing and the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, mast arm poles, controller cabinets, accessible pedestrian signals, and ADA compliant curb ramps at intersections controlled by existing traffic signals. The maximum excavation is twelve (12) feet for the signal pole foundations, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundations, twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes, and twelve (12) inches for curb ramps.
  • Reference:2018-016451ENV
  • Received:Dec 03, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Ocean Beach Long-Term Improvements Geotechnical Investigation - SFPUC proposes future construction of major improvements along the Great Highway as part of the Ocean Beach Long-Term Improvements Project. The proposed geotechnical investigation would provide data necessary to the design of the improvements. The project work would be within the Great Highway south of Sloat Blvd. to the northern end of Fort Funston and includes: - drilling six (6) soil borings (5" diameter) up to 80 feet deep, - 12 cone penetration tests (CPTs) (1.4" diameter) up to 80 feet deep and - three (3) potholes (12" diameter) up to 25 feet deep to obtain soil samples at the site. The work also includes a geophysical survey (similar to a ground penetrating radar) with no ground disturbance.
  • Reference:2018-015949ENV
  • Received:Nov 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 6006 for Public Hearing 11/30/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-015909ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Islais Creek Crossing Emergency Bypass Project - The SFPUC is proposing the temporary installation of a 42-inch inside-diameter high-density polyethylene bypass pipeline that would cross Islais Creek. The approximately 400-foot long temporary pipeline would be placed along the bottom of Islais Creek and secured by prefabricated concrete anchors. To facilitate construction, isolation valves would be installed at both points where the temporary pipeline would be connected to the existing ductile-iron pipe.
  • Reference:2018-015796ENV
  • Received:Nov 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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272 MAIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
250 MAIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
200 FOLSOM ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
200 MAIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: TRANSBAY BLOCK 4 - 200 Folsom Street/200-272 Main Street - Construct a 47-story, 501-foot-tall building containing a total of 683 dwelling units, ground-floor-retail, and an underground garage with 327 parking spaces.
  • Reference:2018-015785ENV
  • Received:Nov 19, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 6000 for Public Hearing 11/16/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-015391ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1443 for Meeting of 11/8/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-015389ENV
  • Received:Nov 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Runway 10R-28L Reconstruction Project - SFO: Runway 10R-28L Reconstruction Project (Proposed Project). Runway pavement must be reconstructed or rehabilitated to maintain usable runway pavement that meets the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airport pavement standards. Under the Proposed Project, an 1800-foot long section of Runway 10R-28L and a 400-foot long sections of Runway 1L-19R would be reconstructed. The purpose of the Proposed Project is to reconstruct the existing concrete treated base (CTB) layer of runway pavement to maintain runway pavement quality according to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards.
  • Reference:2018-015266ENV
  • Received:Nov 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Stockton Street, Geary to Market streets Transit-Only Lane - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to amend the San Francisco Transportation Code Division II, Section 601 to legislate a transit-only lane along the westernmost travel lane of Stockton Street between Geary and Market streets. Stockton Street, between Geary and Market streets, is scheduled to reopen in early 2019 following approximately seven years of construction for the Central Subway project. Before construction, the transit-only lane (TOL) was signed and striped as 24 hours a day, however the legislation for these blocks is missing – the block between O’Farrell and Geary streets’ hours are legislated as 7AM-7PM and the block between O’Farrell and Ellis streets have no transit lane legislation. This proposed legislation would allow SFMTA to restore the full-time TOL on Stockton Street between Geary and Market streets following the completion of the Central Subway construction. When Stockton Street is reopened, the direction and number of travel lanes would remain the same as the pre-construction street configuration. The westernmost lane of Stockton from Geary to Market Street would be legislated as a full-time TOL, thus confirming that no parking or loading would be allowed on the west side of Stockton Street between Geary and Market streets. The TOL would be red-colored, using red thermoplastic. The easternmost lane between Ellis and O’Farrell would continue to be used for 30 minute loading activities.
  • Reference:2018-014863ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5995 for public hearing 11/2/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board/SFMTA Staff/City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-014507ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement No. 40 - The proposed Project involves collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along Congo Street, Judson Avenue, Cresta Vista Drive, Hazelwood Avenue, Los Palmos Drive, San Pablo Avenue, Portola Drive, Broadway, Java Street, and Coleridge Street in the Outer Mission, West of Twin Peaks, Pacific Heights, Nob Hill, Russian Hill, Haight Ashbury, and Bernal Heights neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 7,411 linear feet (1.40 mile). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 12 inches and 21 inches in diameter.
  • Reference:2018-014516ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: OCII: Mission Bay Redevelopment Plan Amendment - Addendum to SEIR: OCII, as lead agency, is pursuing a Mission Bay Redevelopment Plan Amendment that would allow for higher densities on its three remaining affordable housing parcels as well as a site being evaluated for an elementary school that may include additional housing or office space. In preparation for such, OCII requests Planning Department staff review of an addendum to its Mission Bay SEIR and studies to be developed by a third party consultant team, with a focus on transportation, shadow, and wind.
  • Reference:2018-014357ENV
  • Received:Oct 19, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Replacement of Manual Switch System Project - The Replacement of Manual Switch System project proposes to replace existing pole-mounted trolley switches with units that are pad-mounted and remote operable. This work would be performed at the following locations: 833 Mission Street (between 4th & 5th St.), Mission Street & Cesar Chavez (SE Corner), 79 Stevenson Street, 3377 Mission Street (between Godeus St & Eugenia Ave), South Van Ness Avenue & 16th Street (NE Corner of So.Van Ness Ave), and South Van Ness Avenue & 16th Street (NE Corner of 16th St). The new switch units would be surface-mounted within the sidewalk area of the right-of-way. New conduits would be installed from existing manholes to the switch units. These conduits would allow for new traction power and new fiber optic cables. This project would require excavating a trench at each location measuring approximately 2 feet wide by 4 feet deep and up to 100 feet long. This trenching would occur at all sites, with the exception of the 79 Stevenson Street site, where not excavation would be required.Project description
  • Reference:2018-014560ENV
  • Received:Oct 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Airfield Lighting System Inspection and Testing Project - SFO - Airfield Lighting System Inspection and Testing Project. The proposed project is to inspect and maintain the Airport's runway lighting and signage system and to meet FAA standards for airfield lighting and signage. The proposed project would include the annual inspection, testing, and cleaning of existing runway lights and signs with photometric equipment mounted to a vehicle (for runway lights) or signage apparatuses (for runway signs) for a period of five years. The photometric inspection equipment would measure the brightness of individual lights and signs to ensure each device meets Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safety standards. The proposed inspection would be conducted between the hours of 12:00 a.m and 7:00 a.m. for a period of approximately two weeks each year. Lighting an signage devices found to be out of compliance with FAA specifications would be cleaned upon inspection or scheduled for repair or immediate replacement.
  • Reference:2018-014520ENV
  • Received:Oct 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Southern Skyline Boulevard Ridge Trail Extension Geotechnical Investigation - The Investigation would involve up to two (2) geotechnical borings (i.e. boreholes) located within the boundaries of the SFPUC Peninsula Watershed. The purpose of the proposed Investigation is to explore and evaluate subsurface conditions at the location of the proposed pedestrian bridge near Trail Station 74+00 to provide geotechnical engineering conclusions and recommendations for design and construction of the new structure.
  • Reference:2018-013929ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Lincoln Way and 48th Avenue Diversion Structure Improvements Project - The proposed Project would involve diversion structure and sewer pipeline improvements at the intersection of Lincoln Way and 48th Avenue. The diversion structure is an existing subsurface facility connected to the reinforced concrete pipeline sewer system at this location. Proposed work would include the following: • Demolition and disposal of reinforced concrete shelf, spillway, and weir inside diversion structure • Construction and channelization of a concrete cunette in box diversion structure for improved sewerage flows • Plug and fill existing reinforced concrete sewer pipelines • Provide flow diversion and bypass upstream of the diversion structure • Removal and disposal of combined sewerage Following completion of this work, final repaving of affected streets would be conducted to San Francisco Public Works standards and according to Public Works Code. Construction of the Project is expected to be completed in approximately one month.
  • Reference:2018-013939ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Auxiliary Water Supply System 2018 Clarendon Water Supply Project - The project consists of a tie-in between the potable water system and the Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS), to allow potable water to be used by the AWSS in an emergency. The major work would be near the intersection of Clarendon Avenue and Dellbrook Avenue, and would involve a new underground pipeline, vaults and associated aboveground equipment. Water sampling cabinets would be installed at at Palo Alto Avenue and La Avanzada Street, Clarendon Avenue and Christopher Drive, and Clarendon Avenue and Olympia Way. An upgraded valve vault would be installed at Twin Peaks Boulevard and Clarendon Avenue. A new electric conduit would be installed between the Clarendon Avenue and Dellbrook Avenue intersection and the Forest Knolls Pump Station on Christopher Drive.
  • Reference:2018-013933ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 5986 for Public Hearing 10/19/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board/City Traffic Engineer/SFMTA Staff o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-013898ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Third Street Transit and Safety Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to make several improvements along Third Street from Mission to King streets in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood. These improvements include: Relocation of the Transit-Only Lane and Transit Stop Changes, Traffic and Parking and Loading Modifications, and Pedestrian Improvements.
  • Reference:2018-014960ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Customer Service Center Signage Replacement Project - The SFMTA proposes to design, fabricate and install a replacement sign for the existing Customer Service Center at 11 South Van Ness. The new Customer Service Center sign would be similar in size, approximately 3 feet by 4.4 feet and 30 feet by 4 feet. This work is part of Job Order Contract, JOC8-037.00.
  • Reference:2018-013688ENV
  • Received:Oct 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1441 for Meeting of 10/11/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-013950ENV
  • Received:Oct 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Valencia Street Parking-Protected Bike Lane Pilot Project - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes a pilot project to install bike lanes on Valencia Street from Market Street to 15th Street. The project would also include changes in parking and loading, and other pedestrian safety improvements. The purpose of this project is to improve safety for cyclists and pedestrians. The project is in response to a Mayoral Directive to install parking-protected bikeways on Valencia Street between Market Street and 15th Street by the end of 2018. The proposed project is a pilot in that data would be collected as part of a study leading to the development of a long-term streetscape project along the corridor. Extensive evaluation of the pilot would help inform long-term streetscape changes.
  • Reference:2018-014251ENV
  • Received:Oct 03, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 6th/California Signal Conduit Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install 30 feet of 2-inch PVC traffic signal conduit on the northeast corner of California Street and 6th Avenue at a depth of approximately 24-inches. This would allow the city to install a more visible signal head at this intersection to minimize red light running and potential for broadside collisions. The attached schematic (see the red line) outlines the approximate path of the conduit.
  • Reference:2018-013793ENV
  • Received:Oct 02, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 20th Avenue Neighborway Project - The project proposes to: • Convert angled parking to parallel parking to accommodate a Class II bike lane on the following blocks of 20th Avenue: o Lincoln Way to Irving Street, westside o Irving Street to Judah Street, eastside o Ortega Street to Pacheco Street, eastside o Pacheco Street to Quintara Street, eastside • Install new angled parking on Pacheco Street, northside, west of 20th Avenue and Quintara Street, northside, east of 20th Avenue • Install 26 speed humps on 20th Avenue, two per block with the exception of Moraga Street to Lawton Street where they are not proposed and Taraval Street to Ulloa Street where one speed hump is proposed. • Install two speed humps on Judah Street, one east and the other west of 20th Avenue • Install traffic circles at the intersections of 20th Avenue & Kirkham Street, 20th Avenue & Lawton Street, 20th Avenue & Pacheco Street, and 20th Avenue & Rivera Street and 20th Avenue & Ulloa Street • Red curbs at approaches to pedestrian crossings (daylighting) (see chart below for parking loss calculations) • Apply paint and signs for uphill buffered bike lanes, green sharrows, wayfinding signs, painted bike boxes, cross bike treatment at Lincoln Way, centerline and edgelines • Install bike signals at Lincoln Way for bicyclists traveling north and south between Golden Gate Park and 20th Avenue • Install Advance Limit Lines at all crosswalks on 20th Avenue • Restrict left turns from Judah Street onto 20th Avenue at all times.
  • Reference:2018-014462ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1440th meeting on 9/27/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2018-013346ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Lower Great Highway Pedestrian Improvements, Near-Term - The SFMTA proposes to implement and evaluate traffic calming and safety measures on Lower Great Highway, between Vicente Street and Sloat Boulevard, between Lower Great Highway and 45th Street. The proposed improvements would include the installation of visibility zones, painted safety zones, back-in angled parking and signage improvements. Other elements of the project include the following: 1) Painted Safety Zones (PSZ) at the northeast corner of 15 intersections on Lower Great Highway to discourage illegal parking in red zones and slow down right-turns off Lower Great Highway (Lincoln, Irving, Kirkham, Lawton, Moraga, Noriega, Ortega, Pacheco, Quintara, Rivera, Santiago, Vicente, Cutler, Wawona, and Sloat streets); 2) Daylighting crosswalk approaches along Lower Great Highway at all intersections and informal trails to Ocean Beach (daylighting is not proposed along perpendicular streets to Lower Great Highway); 3) Create angled parking on the block between Kirkham Street and Lawton Street as a traffic calming device (chicane) which would require new signage, either on existing sign poles or new sign poles excavated at depth of up to 12 inches; and 4) Infill speed limit signage between Irving and Judah streets, and Quintara and Rivera streets, either on existing sign poles, street light poles, or new sign poles excavated at depth of up to 12 inches. Near-term improvements would result in the loss of 32 on-street parking spaces in total from daylighting intersections and establishing PSZs. However the addition of angled parking would add 18 on-street parking spaces, resulting in a net loss of 14 on-street parking spaces. Of the MUNI lines that use Lower Great Highway, no MUNI vehicle turns would be impacted by proposed improvements. Proposed improvements would be installed using standard roadway paint, painted curbs, and signage to be mounted on existing poles. Interactions between the back-in angled parking and vehicle traffic at the intersection of Lower Great Highway and Kirkham Street will be monitored, and changes made if necessary.
  • Reference:2018-013052ENV
  • Received:Sep 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Beale Street Perpendicular Parking Changes - This project would convert the 43 perpendicular parking spaces to 17 parallel parking spaces on the east side of Beale Street between Bryant Street and Harrison Street, resulting in a net loss of 26 parking spaces. With this parking conversion, there would be enough space in the street to stripe an additional travel lane for the southbound direction and an additional southbound right turn lane for local access.
  • Reference:2018-013189ENV
  • Received:Sep 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA: Order #5981 for public hearing 10/5/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 10/5/2018
  • Reference:2018-013209ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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270 06TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SF Park & Rec - Gene Friend Recreation Center - This project is a full-scale replacement of the Gene Friend (SOMA) Recreation Center facility that was completed in 1989. The project replaces a 16,500 gsf building with a new building of approximately 28,000 gsf. The purpose of the project is to better serve existing public recreation needs as well as anticipated future needs due to growing SOMA population. The existing building has two story massing for single basketball court gym. The new building will have two story massing for double basketball court gym as well as a second story of program space. The new building will be built closer to the corner of 6th and Folsom with transparency to the sidewalk / street level. The project includes all new landscaping: outdoor basketball court / plaza space, playground, terrace, and lawn space. The project also includes a small free standing unconditioned space on the northwest corner of the site fronting 6th Street for trash enclosure and additional storage. The site will be enclosed with fencing for safety and security and the project team is coordinating streetscape improvements wiht the 6th Street and Folsom streetscape projects currently in planning with SFMTA and SFPW. See draft project drawings attached. Addition information, including geotechnical report, tree information, elevations and landscape drawings to be provided by October.
  • Reference:2018-012920ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFDPW - 1340 Powell St. - FS 2 Generator Replacement - SFDPW: The project proposes, at Fire Station 2, to remove the existing outdoor generator, existing concrete pad for the generator, and exhaust pipe. The existing generator is to be replaced with a new roof mounted generator, and a new flush mounted fuel port is to be installed at the south elevation in Fisher Alley. New piping will include a 2” primary and 3” secondary fuel supply to roof from fill station, which runs vertical along the south elevation. A new 4” thick concrete equipment pad will be added to the roof and be secured with (10) grade B7 threaded rods. The new generator would be installed in a Level 2 acoustic enclosure. Overall dimensions of replacement generator (LxWxH) are 145x49x124 inches. The existing fuel line is to be demolished back to the point of connection at existing tank. A replacement fuel supply of 2” double wall pipe with leak detection is to be added from the fuel supply ground level fill station with an integral leak containment unit. The fill station will be on the south elevation of Fire Station 2, approximately 36” from the street level. The fill station will be 24” high and 36” wide. No excavation is anticipated for this project. The project would also include electrical upgrades associated with the generator work. These upgrades would be in interior spaces in the building not accessible by the public. New electrical work for the generator to include new 100 KW circuit breakers, new EPA pushbutton with weatherproof cover and mount adjacent to stairwell on rooftop, and a new pull box that will reuse the existing conduit. The new generator would be installed in a Level 2 acoustic enclosure.
  • Reference:2018-012767ENV
  • Received:Sep 18, 2018
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFDPW - 1340 Powell St. - FS 2 Generator Replacement - SFDPW: The project proposes, at Fire Station 2, to remove the existing outdoor generator, existing concrete pad for the generator, and exhaust pipe. The existing generator is to be replaced with a new roof mounted generator, and a new flush mounted fuel port is to be installed at the south elevation in Fisher Alley. New piping will include a 2” primary and 3” secondary fuel supply to roof from fill station, which runs vertical along the south elevation. A new 4” thick concrete equipment pad will be added to the roof and be secured with (10) grade B7 threaded rods. The new generator would be installed in a Level 2 acoustic enclosure. Overall dimensions of replacement generator (LxWxH) are 145x49x124 inches. The existing fuel line is to be demolished back to the point of connection at existing tank. A replacement fuel supply of 2” double wall pipe with leak detection is to be added from the fuel supply ground level fill station with an integral leak containment unit. The fill station will be on the south elevation of Fire Station 2, approximately 36” from the street level. The fill station will be 24” high and 36” wide. No excavation is anticipated for this project. The project would also include electrical upgrades associated with the generator work. These upgrades would be in interior spaces in the building not accessible by the public. New electrical work for the generator to include new 100 KW circuit breakers, new EPA pushbutton with weatherproof cover and mount adjacent to stairwell on rooftop, and a new pull box that will reuse the existing conduit. The new generator would be installed in a Level 2 acoustic enclosure.
  • Reference:2018-012763ENV
  • Received:Sep 18, 2018
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA: Order 5977 for public hearing 9/28/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 9/18/2018
  • Reference:2018-013202ENV
  • Received:Sep 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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733 KEARNY ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: RPD: 733 KEARNY STREET - PORTSMOUTH SQUARE - RPD: The project scope includes the improvement of almost all existing park features including plazas, children's play areas, clubhouse, landscaping, and associated waterproofing, structural upgrades, and site work. The existing parking garage and new restroom building are not included in the scope of work and have been incorporated into the proposed design.
  • Reference:2018-013597ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1439 for Meeting of 9/13/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-012943ENV
  • Received:Sep 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5968 for public hearing 9/14/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board/City Traffic Engineer/Staff Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-012371ENV
  • Received:Sep 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 19th Avenue Bicycle Lanes - The 19th Avenue Bicycle Lanes Project would install bicycle lanes on 19th Avenue between Beverly Street and Randolph Street south. Currently, this segment of 19th Avenue consists of two 20-foot-wide mixed traffic lanes (one lane in each direction) and two eight-foot-wide parking lanes. The average daily traffic is about 7,920 vehicles. The M-Oceanview Muni Metro line operates on this street; flag stops are located at both Randolph Street north and south. This segment of 19th Avenue is marked with shared lane markings ("sharrows"). The proposed project would install buffered Class II bike lanes on both sides of the street. This buffer would be about two feet wide. The bicycle lane would be five feet wide. The number of mixed traffic lanes would remain the same. A right turn pocket would be installed north of Randolph Street north in the southbound direction. This would require removing two parking spaces. Muni service would not be affected by the proposed changes and existing transit stops would remain. No loading zones would be removed or relocated. There are no nearby projects in the vicinity that could potential combine with the project to result in significant impacts.
  • Reference:2018-012363ENV
  • Received:Sep 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Powell Streetscape Project - The Powell Streetscape Project would design and construct a new streetscape layout for Powell Street between Geary and Ellis streets to enhance the quality and use of the public realm, improve safety for all street users, improve cable car safety and performance, and renew transportation infrastructure.
  • Reference:2018-013500ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1438 for Meeting of 8/23/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-012373ENV
  • Received:Aug 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA #5659 for Public Hearing for 8/31/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-011585ENV
  • Received:Aug 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant (OSP) Odor Control Optimization Project - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to selectively modify and/or replace ductwork, ventilation and odor control equipment, electrical equipment and instrumentation-controls within the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant (OSP) Buildings 042, 230, and 530. The Project also involves selective structural concrete modifications within existing facilities of the OSP and construction of a new concrete ventilation stack that would penetrate the roof of OSP Building 230. The objective of the Project is to optimize the management of foul odors generated at the facility and maximize energy efficiency and operation of the existing odor control systems at OSP. The Project would eliminate detectable odors beyond the fence-line of OSP, remove gaps and deficiencies in existing odor control systems, reduce energy consumption, and optimize ventilation systems by rehabilitating and/or replacing existing systems and equipment.
  • Reference:2018-011477ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Drumm Street SamTrans Layover - The project would create a new 240 foot SamTrans bus layover zone on Drumm Street, west side, between Washington Street and Clay Street, with a 'No Stopping Except SamTrans Buses' restriction in effect at all times. A total of 11 general metered parking spaces on both sides of this block of Drumm Street would be removed, and 31 metered motorcycle spaces would be relocated from the west side of the block to the east side. Implementation of the project would involve removal and installation of parking meter equipment and signage, including new poles. Maximum excavation depth would be four feet. This project would revert the existing 200' SamTrans layover zone (on the west side of Beale Street, north of Bryant Street) back to 10 RPP parallel parking spaces.
  • Reference:2018-011910ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Electric Automated Metering Infrastructure System - The proposed Project would consist of small, battery-powered radio transmitters connected to individual electric meters that send regular readings through low frequency licensed Federal Communications Commission (FCC) channels to a network of receivers (Data Collection Unit or DCUs) throughout the City. The Project would update and automate the SFPUC’s outdated manual electric meter reading system.
  • Reference:2018-011468ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA #5955 for Public Hearing for 8/24/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-011530ENV
  • Received:Aug 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Howard Street Near-Term Pilot Project - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes to install parking protected bike lanes on Folsom Street from 5th Street to 4th Street and on Howard Street from 6th Street to 11th Street. A temporary transit boarding island would be installed at existing bus stop locations along Folsom Street at 5th Street. The project would also include changes in parking and loading, improvements to transit, and other pedestrian safety improvements. The purpose of this project is to provide a greater sense of safety for cyclists, improve pedestrian safety, and improve transit facilities. The proposed parking protected bike lanes on Howard and one block of Folsom would inform the final design for the Folsom-Howard Streetscape Project.
  • Reference:2018-012198ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Alemany Boulevard Miscellaneous Signal Modifications - The Alemany Boulevard Pavement Renovation would modify existing traffic signals at two locations, and also install traffic signal conduits for a future traffic signal at one location, as follows: 1. Alemany Boulevard at Santa Rosa Avenue: Modify existing signal. 2. Alemany Boulevard at Silver Avenue: Modify existing signal and install sidewalk bulb-out at southeast and southwest corners. 3. Alemany Boulevard at Rousseau Street: Install underground conduits for future new signal. The scope of work includes adjustment of existing signal poles, new signal timing, the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, controller cabinets, accessible pedestrian signals, and ADA compliant curb ramps. The maximum excavation is four (4) feet for the signal pole foundations, thirty-six (36) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes, and two (2) feet for curb ramps. Each of the three locations above may receive one or more of the previously mentioned upgrades.
  • Reference:2018-011322ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5652 for Public Hearing for 8/17/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-011169ENV
  • Received:Aug 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Townsend Corridor Improvement Project - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes to upgrade Townsend Street with safety improvements for all modes of travel as part of the Townsend Corridor Improvement Project. The proposed project would make upgrades that delineate space for different modes, clarify curb space for a variety of uses, and improve safety for people walking and biking on the corridor. The proposed project would also include minor restriping of streets (i.e., lane marking changes, painted safety zones), and sign installations.
  • Reference:2018-011913ENV
  • Received:Aug 13, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - WW-628 Scope II.B/C SEP-005 Southeast Lift Station Geotechnical Borings Investigation - The proposed Investigation involves up to six (6) geotechnical mud-rotary borings located within the boundaries of the 750 Phelps Street property (Southeast Treatment Plant).
  • Reference:2018-011045ENV
  • Received:Aug 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1437 for Meeting of 8/9/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-011171ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 45th Avenue and Lincoln Way Bulbout - The SFMTA proposes to construct a new bulbout at the intersection of 45th Avenue and Lincoln Way. The project would convert an existing painted safety zone located on the north side of the intersection to a raised concrete curb. A new crosswalk is proposed for the eastern leg of the intersection. Other elements include the construction of new curb ramps at the NW, NE, and SW corners of the intersection. One existing catch basin would require relocation and would require excavation to a depth of approximately 8 feet below ground surface. New signage would be installed at the intersection. Continental crosswalks may be installed, but would be determined after the installation of the proposed crosswalk along the eastern leg of the intersection. The project would include minor lane re-striping, but would not remove any existing travel lanes. Approval Action for the project would be approval by the SFMTA Board of Directors, which approves proposed roadway improvements to be implemented or constructed on the public right-of-way.
  • Reference:2018-011184ENV
  • Received:Aug 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation - High Risk Project Geotech - 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. To develop appropriate design strategies to correct these deficiencies, the proposed Investigation would involve drilling at 16 transmission towers to determine soil subsurface composition and character to guide appropriate design alternatives while minimizing risks to safety and reliability due to potential geological hazards.
  • Reference:2018-010562ENV
  • Received:Aug 01, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 50 Quint Street Lease - This project would consist of a 5-year lease of the 50 Quint Street parcel by the SFPUC for use as an office, maintenance shop and for vehicle parking for SFPUC staff as well as staging for various SFPUC construction projects in the vicinity such as the Biosolids Digester Facilities Project.
  • Reference:2018-010565ENV
  • Received:Aug 01, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Geneva Avenue Traffic Signal Upgrade - The SFMTA proposes to install new traffic signals or upgrade existing traffic signals at the following 5 locations below. In addition, interconnect along the corridor will be constructed: 1) Geneva Avenue/London Street, 2) Geneva Avenue/Paris Street, 3) Geneva Avenue/Naples Street, 4) Geneva Avenue/Athens Street, 5) Geneva Avenue/Moscow Street, 6) Interconnect Conduit on Geneva between Mission and Prague. The proposed project would include new signal timing, as well as the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduits, pull boxes, signal poles, mast arm poles, controller cabinets, accessible pedestrian signals, and ADA-compliant curb ramps. The maximum excavation would be fourteen (14) 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 five locations above may receive one or more of the previously mentioned upgrades. Additionally, a traffic signal interconnect conduit would be built along Geneva Avenue to connect the 5 new/upgraded signals to another signalized intersection. The exact locations are to be determined. but the maximum extent of the excavation is on Geneva Avenue between Mission Street and Prague Street The maximum depth of the interconnect conduit would be three (3) feet.
  • Reference:2018-010921ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA #5948 for Public Hearing for 8/3/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-010383ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement No. 35 - The proposed Project involves collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along Anza Street, Glenbrook Avenue, Crestmont Drive, Skyview Way, Gladeview Way, Knollview Way, Roosevelt Way, Fairbanks Street, Central Avenue, and 18th Street in the Inner Richmond, Outer Richmond, Twin Peaks, Inner Sunset, Castro/Upper Market, Haight Ashbury, Western Addition, and Potrero Hill neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 10,445 linear feet (1.98 mile). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 12 inches and 27 inches in diameter.
  • Reference:2018-010199ENV
  • Received:Jul 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1436th meeting on 7/26/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee/SFMTA Staff o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-010203ENV
  • Received:Jul 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Bus Stop Signage - The Muni Stop Signage Project would install flag signs that communicate critical information about transit service, accessibility, and destination at each of the stops. The signage program and sign shop have agreed to use existing poles where possible; where an existing pole is not present or suitable for mounting the flag sign, poles would be mounted on bases that can be bolted to the ground would be used to avoid excavation. To improve stop identification for customers and operators, especially in foggy conditions or the nigthttime, new poles would be topped with a solar lantern. Implementation would be done one line at a time, with the sign shop making in-the field decisions on whether an existing pole is suitable or whether a new pole must be used. Poles for flags that cannot be fastened to an existing pole would be a industry-standard lowcarbon 12-gauge solid square post with a 2.5 inch outside dimension. Length is 11.5'. Base is circuIar with a 13" diameter. Height at the center is 6" and 3" on the flatter sides.
  • Reference:2018-010926ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Safer Taylor Street Project - Safer Taylor Street The SFMTA proposes to implement roadway modifications on Taylor Street, between Market Street and Sutter Street to address safety. The proposed project would involve travel lane reductions throughout the project limits. Between Market and Ellis streets, the project would reduce the existing travel lanes from 3 to 1. Between Ellis and Sutter streets, the project would reduce the existing travel lanes from 3 to 2. There are no existing bicycle lanes located on Taylor Street, between Market Street and Sutter Street. The project would not construct any new bicycle lanes.
  • Reference:2018-010856ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 2056 Sunnydale Avenue Bulb - The SFMTA proposes to construct a new bulb-out (curb extension) and curb ramp at 2056 Sunnydale Avenue. The proposed bulb out would be approximately 6 ft wide by 81 feet long. Excavation would be required within the public right of way and would not exceed 12 inches below existing ground surface. The proposed bulb-out would remove five existing general unmetered parking spaces. No loading zones would be removed as part of the project. The project would not include modifications to existing transit routes or stops.
  • Reference:2018-010034ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Customer First NextBus Sign Project - SFMTA Proposes to install new Customer First NextBus signs at transit shelters at 11 locations along the 8-Bayshore and 14 Mission Bus Routes, as well as the N-Judah LRV Route. The installation of the proposed NextBus signs would involve excavation to a depth of approximately 24 inches below ground surface for pullboxes, electrical wires, and conduits. The project would not include the removal or relocation of existing transit stops. New ‘NextBus’ sign displays attached to existing transit shelters at: 1) San Bruno Avenue/Arleta Street 2) Bayshore Boulevard/Arleta Street 3) San Bruno Avenue/Ward Street 4) San Bruno Avenue/Bacon Street 5) San Bruno Avenue/Thornton Avenue 6) Kearny Street/Geary Boulevard 7) Kearny Street/North Point Street/Embarcadero 8) North Point Street/Kearny Street 9) Judah Street/19th Avenue 10) Mission Street/13th Street/Duboce Street 11) Mission Street/7th Street
  • Reference:2018-010928ENV
  • Received:Jul 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Camp Mather Water System Maintenance and Repair Project - The proposed Project includes repairs to the damage tank, clearing of the impoundment behind Scoggins dam, ongoing maintenance of the Mather Water Line, and ongoing maintenance of the access roads to these facilities. Canyon Creek Water Tank: Repair external and internal components damaged from the fire; install liner system; paint existing structural members and steel cap. Mather Water Line: General maintenance (occasional replacement of short steel pipe sections that become damaged). Scoggins Dam: Remove sediment behind the dam and dispose of the sediment by dispersing along the hillside in a pre-approved area downslope of the dam. Replace 80 lineal feet of 2-Inch steel pipe, including appurtenant outlet valve, between Scoggins dam and the main water line. Access Roads: Ongoing maintenance: cut back vegetation that encroach on the access roads and perform graveling/minor grading in critical areas as needed.
  • Reference:2018-009984ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: 14 CFR Part 139 airfield Infrastructure System Project - SFO: Replace existing utility covers with FAA-approved covers on the within the AOA (Project Area), to meet the FAA's 14 CFR Part 139 Airport Certification requirements.
  • Reference:2018-009981ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5944 for Public Hearing for 7/24/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-009870ENV
  • Received:Jul 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement No. 36 - The proposed Project involves collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along 10th, 11th, 12th, and 15th Avenue, Moraga Street, Mendosa Avenue, and Quesada Avenue in the Inner Sunset, West of Twin Peaks, and Bayview neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 5,937 linear feet (1.12 mile). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 8 inches and 30 inches in diameter.
  • Reference:2018-009787ENV
  • Received:Jul 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Ground based Augmentation System (GBAS) - SFO: Development of satellite-based precision approach procedures that would supplement the existing final approach and landing procedures available for airlines/aircrafts that are equipped to fly GLS approach procedures. The existing ILS technology was developed during the 1930s and relies on radio beacons to emit radio signals to aircraft, which can be affected by nearby objects and terrain. The ILS must be protected and kept clear of structures to maintain functionality. The GBAS would require fewer facilities and antennae per runway to operate compared to the existing ILS. Currently, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines operate certain GBoeing aircraft that are equipped to fly GLS approaches into SFO. The GBAS would supplment but not replace the existing ILS approach landings.
  • Reference:2018-009826ENV
  • Received:Jul 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5941 for Public Hearing for 7/20/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-009753ENV
  • Received:Jul 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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333 POST ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
350 POWELL ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
360 POWELL ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
220 GEARY ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: UNION SQUARE PLAZA - ICE RINK - Install temporary Holiday Ice Rink, and facility area including ticket booth, skate dispensing booth and change area. October 23, 2018 to November 6, 2018 Temporary installation of ice rink, ticket booth, office, skate shop and skate change area. November 7, 2018 to January 21, 2019 Operations :January 22, 2019 to January 30, 2019 Removal of temporary ice rink, ticket booth, office, skate shop and skate change area.
  • Reference:2018-009707ENV
  • Received:Jul 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Environmental Remediation Services (As Needed) - SFO: As-Needed Environmental Remediation Services. The need for remediation services - such as mold abatement - could be identified by existing occupants of a facility as a new condition. The as-needed contract could be utilized to abate such conditions. These as-needed services would be used to address small, discrete remediation needs as they arise through regular use of a facility. Asbestos abatement; lead paint abatement; mold abatement; petroleum hydrocarbon-impacted soil.
  • Reference:2018-009817ENV
  • Received:Jul 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5935 for Public Hearing for 7/6/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Staff / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-009741ENV
  • Received:Jul 13, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 8-inch & 12-inch Ductile Iron Water Main Replacement on Geary Street from Van Ness Avenue to Kearny Street (WD-2834) - The proposed Project would replace existing water mains along Geary Street from Van Ness Avenue to Kearny Street.
  • Reference:2018-009680ENV
  • Received:Jul 13, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Brannan Street Safety Project (8th Street to The Embarcadero) - The project sponsor, San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install bikeways (Class II/Class III/Class IV) on Brannan Street between 8th Street and The Embarcadero (proposed project). Part of the project area runs through the Central SoMa Plan Area. To create the required space for the bikeways, the proposed project includes the removal of one travel lane in each direction along Brannan Street between 8th Street and Colin P. Kelly Jr. Street by changing the roadway striping. The project also proposes the addition of a center two-way left-turn lane and right turn pockets at major street crossings where they do not exist.
  • Reference:2018-014568ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 8-Inch DIP and 12-Inch ERDIP Water Main Installation on 22nd Street (WD-2719) - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 22nd Street from Fair Oaks Street to Hampshire Street and on Mission Street from Randall Street to Santa Marina Street. In most locations, the Project would install two new parallel pipelines to allow system looping. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 8,340 linear feet (1.6 miles) of water main replacement and installation.
  • Reference:2018-009480ENV
  • Received:Jul 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Purchase and Sale Agreement to sell Road and Slope Easements to Alameda County (portion of Calaveras Road on SFPUC Parcel No. 75) - The SFPUC proposes to authorize the SFPUC General Manager to negotiate and execute a Purchase and Sale Agreement (Agreement) with Alameda County to sell an approximately 5,100-square-foot road easement and an approximately 29,700-square-foot slope easement (together, New Easements) to be designated as a portion of Calaveras Road on SFPUC Parcel No. 75 (Parcel 75) in Alameda County, California for fair market value and adopt a finding declaring the New Easements surplus.
  • Reference:2018-009433ENV
  • Received:Jul 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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Description: SFMTA: ISCOTT Agenda 1435th Meeting on 7/12/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. - Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee - Approval Date: 7/12/2018
  • Reference:2018-009389ENV
  • Received:Jul 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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198 WATERVILLE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1700 SILVER AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: SILVER TERRACE AND YOUNGBLOOD COLEMAN ATHLETIC FIELDS - REC & PARK: SILVER TERRACE AND YOUNGBLOOD COLEMAN ATHLETIC FIELDS - Replace existing synthetic turf field with new synthetic turf. Repair chain link fences.
  • Reference:2018-009522ENV
  • Received:Jul 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: REC & PARK: JURI COMMONS PARK RENOVATION - REC & PARK: JURI COMMONS PARK RENOVATION - Pathway upgrade to be end-to-end ADA accessible; Irrigation repair; Play area upgrades; New fences/gates at each end; Misc. smaller items (utility box, benches, planting, etc...); New lighting fixtures and existing poles (budget permitting)
  • Reference:2018-009517ENV
  • Received:Jul 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sansome, 5th, 6th North and Division Street Combined Sewer Discharge Rehab - In order to prevent groundwater infiltration and sea water from entering the City of San Francisco’s combined collection sewer system, the SFPUC proposes to rehabilitate the Sansome, 5th, 6th North, and Division Street combined sewer discharge (CSD) structures and install backflow prevention within 3 of the 4 structures (all but Division Street).
  • Reference:2018-009137ENV
  • Received:Jun 29, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1434 for Meeting of 6/28/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee/SFMTA Staff Approval o Approval Date: 6/28/2018
  • Reference:2018-009049ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5931 for public hearing 6/29/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board or SFMTA Staff o Approval Date: 6/29/208
  • Reference:2018-008987ENV
  • Received:Jun 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 2018 Flooding Emergency Repairs 04 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) issued a Declaration of Emergency on March 23, 2018 following a substantial atmospheric river storm on March 21-22, 2018 that resulted in damage to the Moccasin Reservoir and other area facilities. On April 19'h, 2018 Governor Brown issued a State of Emergency Proclamation following this storm event as it caused widespread damage in the State'. Tuolumne County is identified in the proclamation as an affected county, and damages to Hetch Hetchy Water and Power facilities are specifically called out within the proclamation. The SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management requests your concurrence that the below activities constitute an emergency and qualify for a statutory exemption under Title 14 California Code of Regulations (CCR) Section 15269, Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 21080(b)(2, 3, & 4), and CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(a, b, & c). The CCR, PRC, and CEQA Guidelines provide an exemption for such emergency repairs.
  • Reference:2018-008830ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Order #5914 for Public Hearing on 5/25/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Staff Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-008792ENV
  • Received:Jun 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: AS-NEEDED AIRFIELD LIGHTING REPLACEMENT PROJECT - SFO: The proposed project would include in-kind replacement of lighting devices, signs, and electrical infrastructure typical of a commercial airport AOA including: runway and taxiway lights; airfield signage; transformers; transformer housings; junction and pull boxes; electrical conduit; and associated electrical wires and cables.
  • Reference:2018-008495ENV
  • Received:Jun 14, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFO - CUSTOMER FACILITY CHANGE - SFO: Customer Facility Change
  • Reference:2018-008351ENV
  • Received:Jun 12, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5926 for public hearing 6/14/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 6/15/2018
  • Reference:2018-008488ENV
  • Received:Jun 12, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1021 QUINTARA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: BOS: File No. 180389 - BOS: File No. 180389 - Ordinance amending the Planning Code by abolishing a nine-foot legislated setback on the west side of 19th Avenue between Quintara Street and Rivera Street, and revising the Zoning Map to rezone from RH-1 (Residential, House; One-Family) to RM-2 (Residential, Mixed; Moderate Density)Assessor's Parcel Block No. 2198, Lot No. 031 (1021 Quintara Street), and to rezone from RH-2 (Residential, House; Two-Family) to RM-2 (Residential, Mixed; Moderate Density) Assessor's Parcel Block No. 2198, Lot No. 001 (located at the intersection of 19th Avenue and Quintara Stree), Lot No. 033 (2121-19th Avenue), Lot No. 034 (2145-19th Avenue), and Lot No. 037 (2115-19th Avenue); adopting findings under the California Environmental Quality Act; and making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1, and findings of public necessity, convenience and welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.
  • Reference:2018-008329ENV
  • Received:Jun 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1433 for Meeting of 6/14/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee/SFMTA Staff Approval o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2018-009047ENV
  • Received:Jun 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Islais Creek Crossing Data Collection Project - The SFPUC is currently designing the Islais Creek Crossing Project to replace the force mains that cross Islais Creek. The proposed data collection effort would provide information on subsurface conditions to facilitate design of the Islais Creek Crossing Project.
  • Reference:2018-008303ENV
  • Received:Jun 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Park Merced/Twin Peaks/Mount Davidson Manor Residential Street Resurfacing - The proposed Project would repair and replace existing sewer mains along Upland Drive, San Aleso Avenue, Darien Way, and Oak Park Drive. The proposed Project would also construct nine manholes along Upland Drive, San Aleso Avenue, and Darien Way and mortar one manhole along San Aleso Avenue.
  • Reference:2018-008221ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Dolores Street Median Parking Project - The SFMTA proposes to implement parking regulations on Dolores Street, between 14th Street and 18th Street, during specific days and time periods. The project would continue parking regulations evaluated under the Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot Project (Planning Case Number: 2017-012705ENV). Under the pilot project, the SFMTA implemented parking regulations to allow for vehicle parking at existing medians on Dolores Street, between 14th and 18th streets. Signage were installed on all medians within the project limits to inform the public of when parking would be at these locations. SFMTA, based on information collected during the pilot project, proposed to modify the hours during which median parking is permitted along the Dolores Street center medians: • Fridays, 7-10PM (no change from pilot project) • Saturdays, 8AM – 1:30PM (extended by 1.5 hours) • Sundays, 8AM – 4:30PM (reduced by 1.5 hours) The proposed project would not require any additional curb striping. The signage used for this project allows for sign faces would be modified, but would not require the removal of the sign posts previously installed, thus, no additional excavation will be required. Attachment A provides further details on the pilot project evaluation and MTA Staff recommendations for the project. Attachment B provides an illustration of the proposed project limits and locations of signage.
  • Reference:2018-008735ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Ingleside and University Mound East Pipelines Project - The Ingleside and University Mound East Pipelines Project will install approximately 6,300 linear feet of earthquake resistant ductile iron pipe, isolation gate valves, and high pressure hydrants along Bowdoin, Woolsey, Girard, Gould, and Dwight Streets, and Paul and Salinas Avenues.
  • Reference:2018-008165ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Southeast Outfall Vent Pipe Replacement (JOC-59-15) - The SFPUC proposes an in-kind replacement of an approximately 180-foot-long segment of outfall pipeline. Approximately half of the pipeline is buried on land, and half is hung underneath the Pier structure above water.
  • Reference:2018-008069ENV
  • Received:Jun 06, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Rockaway Lighting - The SFPUC, in coordination with San Francisco District 7 Supervisor Norman Yee’s office, proposes to improve public safety and pedestrian and driver visibility in San Francisco’s Forest Hill Extension neighborhood by replacing two nonfunctioning lighting fixtures atop two existing rock and concrete columns on the north side of Rockaway Avenue between Laguna Honda Boulevard and Rockwood Court.
  • Reference:2018-008072ENV
  • Received:Jun 06, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Financing Ordinance FYE 2019 and FYE 2020 - Ordinance authorizing the issuance and sale of tax-exempt or taxable Water Revenue Bonds and other forms of indebtedness (as described below) by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Commission) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $478,440,136 to finance the costs of various capital water projects benefitting the Water Enterprise pursuant to amendments to the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco enacted by the voters on November 5, 2002 as Proposition E; authorizing the issuance of Water Revenue Refunding Bonds; declaring the Official Intent of the Commission to reimburse Itself with one or more issues of tax-exempt bonds or other forms of indebtedness; and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith.
  • Reference:2018-007983ENV
  • Received:Jun 05, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFPUC - Wastewater Financing Ordinance FYE 2019 and FYE 2020 - Ordinance authorizing the issuance and sale of tax-exempt or taxable Wastewater Revenue Bonds and other forms of indebtedness (as described below) by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Commission) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $987,414,494 to finance the costs of various capital wastewater projects benefitting the Wastewater Enterprise pursuant to amendments to the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco enacted by the voters on November 5, 2002 as Proposition E; authorizing the issuance of Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds; declaring the Official Intent of the Commission to reimburse Itself with one or more issues of tax-exempt bonds or other forms of indebtedness; and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith.
  • Reference:2018-007979ENV
  • Received:Jun 05, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFPUC - 2018 Wastewater Bond Sale - Ordinance authorizing the issuance and sale of tax-exempt or taxable Wastewater Revenue Bonds and other forms of indebtedness by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (Commission) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $1, 112,601,280 to finance the costs of various capital wastewater projects benefitting the Wastewater Enterprise pursuant to amendments to the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco enacted by the voters on November 5, 2002, as Proposition E; authorizing the issuance of Wastewater Revenue Refunding Bonds; declaring the Official Intent of the Commission to Reimburse Itself with one or more issues of tax-exempt or taxable bonds or other forms of indebtedness; and ratifying previous actions taken in connection therewith, as defined herein.
  • Reference:2018-007962ENV
  • Received:Jun 04, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFMTA - Scott Garage Surveillance System - The SFMTA proposes to install a surveillance system at the Scott Garage at 1849 Harrison Street. There are unwarranted intruders in the facility. The surveillance system is necessary to address safety, security, and health concerns. The proposed project includes the installation of approximately 35 cameras and wall-mounted accessories inside and outside the building. This project also involves the installation of surface-mounted conduits on the wall and pull wiring from the building's electrical room to each camera. There would be no excavation work involved in this project.
  • Reference:2018-008518ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5921 for public hearing 6/1/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 6/1/2018
  • Reference:2018-007614ENV
  • Received:May 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1432nd meeting on 5/24/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 5/24/18
  • Reference:2018-007910ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - EV Charging Station - 19th and Ocean Parking Lot - EVgo Services LLC proposes to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure at the San Francisco Municpal Transportation Agency’s parking lot at 3000 Ocean Avenue. This infrastructure would include six High Power Charging Stations, which would include three High Power Charging stations enabled at the completion of construction, along with "future stubs" to expand and add up to three additional High Power Charging stations as demand dictates. The High Power Charging stations would require electrical support equipment, including an electrical switchgear, breaker sections, transformer(s), and power cabinets. All support equipment (except utility transformer), would be enclosed in a fenced-in area for safety and security. The fenced-in supportequipment area would be on the southern end of the parking lot. EVgo would reserve six parking spaces for "EV Charging Only." EVgo would also comply with state and local building codes related to ADA compliance. Concrete, asphalt, and soil replacement would be compelted by EVgo where necessary. Conduit would be buried per code. Excavation would extend to a maximum depth of three feet, covering an area of approximately 100 square feet and affecting approximately 25 cubic yards of soil.
  • Reference:2018-007612ENV
  • Received:May 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Piping Replacement and Upgrade Project Islais Creek Tank Systems - This project would remove and replace in-kind all existing underground piping and realign aboveground piping used for two underground fuel storage tanks that serve the Islais Creek Motor Coach SFMTA Facility at 1301 Cesar Chavez Street. Excavation for this project would be approximately three feet in depth and 18 inches in width. First, all existing underground double-walled fuel piping for two existing 25,000 gallon underground storage tanks located at the north side of the facility would be removed and replaced in-kind. In-kind replacement would match the existing piping systems in sump transitions, fittings, type, size, routing, and mounting configuration. The underground storage tanks will not be removed and replaced. Second, large sections of aboveground piping associated with storage tanks would be removed and piping rerouted to eliminate existing fiber and unnecessary pipe components and elevation changes. Existing dispenser components would remain in place. Minor modifications will also be made to the line leak detector system components. Piping replacement and realignment activities described above would not be visible from the public right-of-way.
  • Reference:2018-007829ENV
  • Received:May 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Metro Facility Electric Vehicle Charge Stations - The Muni Metro Facility Electric Vehicle Charge Stations project would install a limited number of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at three SFMTA facilities: Scott Center at 1749 Harrison Street; 7 Penn at 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, and; Muni Metro East at 601 25th Street. EV charging stations are proposed for installation at the Scott Center, 7 Penn, and Muni Metro East facilities. At the Scott Center facility, two pedestal mounted EV charging stations would be furnished and installed in total, one at the ground floor and one on the roof. The two charging stations involve the installation of two 40 amp, 208 volt breakers in existing electrical panels, conduits and wire, and bollards and signs. Conduits and wire on the ground floor would be placed in an underground trench approximately three feet deep and 12 inches wide, while bollards and signs would be installed no more than one-and-a-half feet deep. At 700 Penn, three EV charging stations would be furnished and installed at an existing surface parking lot with one master controller. Similar to the Scott Center facility, this would involve the installation of two 40 amp, 208 volt breakers in existing electrical panels, conduits and wire, and bollards and signs. Conduits and wire would be placed in an underground trench three feet deep and 12 inches wide, and bollards and signs would be installed no more than one-and-a-half feet deep. At Muni Metro East, six EV charging stations would be furnished and installed at the location of existing ground floor parking spaces, involving the installation of related systems/components: • One 225 amp, 3 pole, 208/120 volt breaker installed in the existing distribution panel to feed a new sub-panel; • One 225 amp, 3 pole, 208/120 volt sub-panel; • Three 40 amp, 2 pole, 208 volt breakers in the new sub-panel; and • Three EV master controllers. EV charging stations at Muni Metro East would also require conduit and wire installation in an underground trench approximately three feet deep and 12 inches wide, with bollards and signs no more than one-and-a-half feet deep.
  • Reference:2018-007827ENV
  • Received:May 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Number 39 Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement - The proposed Project involves collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along Pine Street, Laguna Street, Sacramento Street, Buchanan Street, and Avila Street in the Western Addition, Pacific Heights, and Marina neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 5,320 linear feet (1.01 mile). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 12 inches and 46 inches in diameter. The proposed Project would also involve the replacement of 32 manholes along the project alignments.
  • Reference:2018-007027ENV
  • Received:May 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1431 for Meeting of 5/10/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 5/10/18
  • Reference:2018-007064ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation No. 37 and Sewer Replacement - The proposed Project involves collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along 18th Street, Alameda Street, Connecticut Street, De Haro Street, Guy Place, Kansas Street, Vermont Street, and California Street in the South of Market, Potrero Hill, Seacliff, and Outer Richmond neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 7,506 linear feet (1.4 mile). The proposed replacement pipelines would be constructed of VCP varying between 12 inches and 21 inches in diameter.
  • Reference:2018-006967ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 2018 Flooding Emergency Repairs 03 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) issued a Declaration of Emergency on March 23, 2018 following a substantial atmospheric river storm on March 21-22, 2018 that resulted in damage to the Moccasin Reservoir and other area facilities. On April 19'h, 2018 Governor Brown issued a State of Emergency Proclamation following this storm event as it caused widespread d‘mage in the State'. Tuolumne County is identified in the proclamation as an affected county. Damages to Hetch Hetchy Water and Power facilities are specifically called out within the proclamation. The SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management requests your concurrence that the below activities constitute an emergency and qualify for a statutory exemption under Title 14 California Code of Regulations (CCR) Section 15269, Public Resources Code (PRC) Section 21080(b)(2, 3, & 4), and CEQA Guidelines Section 15269(a, b, & c). The CCR, PRC, and CEQA Guidelines provide an exemption for such emergency repairs.
  • Reference:2018-006841ENV
  • Received:May 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 8- and 16-Inch DIP Water Main Replacement on 17th Street (WD-2811) - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 17th Street between Clayton and Douglass Streets and various side streets in the Haight Ashbury and Castro/Upper Market neighborhoods. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced/repaired is approximately 10,962 linear feet (2.1 miles).
  • Reference:2018-006782ENV
  • Received:May 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cherry Lake Road Repair Mile Post 9.4 - The SFPUC proposes to repair a road failure along Cherry Lake Road in Groveland, CA. The objective of the project is to stabilize the road by excavating the existing site and constructing an engineered retaining wall of gabion baskets. The gabion wall will be approximately 200 feet in length and extend 3 to 9 feet below the road surface. Approximately eighty yards of soil could be removed during construction. Construction equipment will work from the left lane while keeping the right lane passable.
  • Reference:2018-006693ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - DB-129 Geotechnical Investigation - The proposed Investigation involves up to 14 geotechnical borings generally located along Illinois Street between 24th Street and Cargo Way, Quint Street between Cargo Way and Davidson Avenue, and various adjacent streets.
  • Reference:2018-006728ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5909 for public hearing 5/3/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board of Directors / SFMTA Staff Approval o Approval Date: 5/7/2018
  • Reference:2018-006699ENV
  • Received:May 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 17th Street and Harrison Street Traffic Signal - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency proposes to install a traffic signal at the intersection of 17th Street and Harrison Street, which is currently controlled by a 4-way STOP. The scope of work would include installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, streetlight poles, controller cabinets, and accessible pedestrian signals. The maximum excavation would ten (10) feet for the signal and streetlight pole foundations, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundations, and thirty (30) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes.
  • Reference:2018-006619ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - DB-129 Potholing Investigation - The proposed Investigation involves up to 42 potholes generally located along Illinois Street between 24th Street and Cargo Way, Quint Street between Cargo Way and Davidson Avenue, and various adjacent streets.
  • Reference:2018-006251ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5906 for public hearing 4/27/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 4/27/2018
  • Reference:2018-006359ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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441 12TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFDPW: 441 12th AVENUE - FS 31 GENERATOR REPLACEMENT - The proposed project at Fire Station 31, to remove the existing outdoor generator, existing concrete pad for the generator, and existing exhaust pipe mounted to the rear facade of the station, and replace all in kind at the same locations with new.
  • Reference:2018-006203ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1430th meeting on 4/26/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 4/26/2018
  • Reference:2018-006407ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 1990 Newcomb Avenue Project - The SFPUC proposes extensive redevelopment of the Newcomb Yard located at 1990 Newcomb Avenue in San Francisco to address deteriorating facilities and operational inefficiencies. Alterations to the site would include demolition of several historic-era buildings and reconfiguration and reconstruction of offices, shops, and parking. The project is located in the Bayview/Hunters Point area of San Francisco. The San Francisco Water Department originally built this facility in 1963 as its City Distribution Division Corporation Yard and office.
  • Reference:2018-006180ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Reduce and/or Eliminate Certain SFPUC Power Enterprise Customer Service and Billing Fees - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to reduce and/or eliminate certain SFPUC Power Enterprise customer service and billing fees. The SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management requests Environmental Planning (EP) concurrence that the proposed reduction and/or elimination of certain 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.
  • Reference:2018-005995ENV
  • Received:Apr 20, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt, Revise and/or Eliminate Certain SFPUC Water and Wastewater Fees - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes to adopt, revise and/or eliminate certain SFPUC Water and Wastewater customer service, billing and miscellaneous fees. The SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management requests Environmental Planning (EP) concurrence that the proposed adoption, reduction and/or elimination of certain miscellaneous 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.
  • Reference:2018-006008ENV
  • Received:Apr 20, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Municipal Electric Rates for Certain Municipal Customers for FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of rates, fees and charges for furnishing electric power to certain municipal departments of the City and County of San Francisco and other public or governmental agencies during the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and Fiscal Year 2019-2020 to become effective July 1, 2018. The SFPUC Bureau of Environmental Management requests Environmental Planning (EP) concurrence that the proposed adoption of the 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.
  • Reference:2018-005989ENV
  • Received:Apr 20, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Wholesale Revenue Requirement and Water Supply Agreement Charges for Fiscal Year 2019 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of rates, fees and charges for supplying water to SFPUC Wholesale Customers during the Fiscal Year 2019 to become effective July 1, 2018.
  • Reference:2018-005925ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Sunol Valley Golf Course Grazing Infrastructure - The proposed Project involves infrastructure improvements for livestock grazing. The proposed Project includes installation of the following: • Perimeter fence. Approximately 4,000 linear feet (lf) of 6-strand on 10 foot centers along the existing driveway and approximately 10,000 lf of 5-strand on 12 foot centers throughout remainder of the site. • Gates. Five (5) 12 to 14 foot wire drop-gates, five (5) 12 foot pipe gates, and two (2) 12 foot double gates (24 foot total opening). • Water System. A 5,000 gallon low profile poly water tank, two 500 gallon concrete prefab water troughs, and 3,000 lf of one-inch PVC pipe.
  • Reference:2018-005774ENV
  • Received:Apr 17, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Gough Street Lane Reduction and Parking/Loading Restoration - The SFMTA proposes to implement roadway modifications changes on Gough Street, between Fell Street and Hayes Street, based on a previous pilot project at the same location. The proposed project would permanently implement the conditions established under a previously implemented pilot project on Gough Street within the Market-Octavia Area Plan boundaries. The Gough Street Lane Reduction & Parking/Loading Restoration Pilot is one of four projects included in CEQA Categorical Exemption Determination 2017-002109ENV. The project was implemented in July 2017 as a one-year pilot with an evaluation to inform whether the changes would affect travel behavior within the project area. Other locations identified within the previous pilot project would be evaluated separately. The pilot project eliminated the curbside travel lane on the west side of Gough St between Hayes and Fell streets, converting it to parking. This project was developed to address three primary goals: (1) facilitation of safer right-turns, particularly by Muni buses and large vehicles; (2) addressing a conflict between right-turning drivers and people walking in the western crosswalk at Gough St & Fell St; and (3) adding parking/loading spaces in the neighborhood. The pilot project converted the western-most 11’ curb lane – a right-turn-only lane from Gough St onto Fell St – to parking. This added 9-10 new parking spaces, currently regulated with 4-hour time limits effective Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm. All other travel lane geometries remain the same as in the pre-pilot condition. Red zone (no parking) daylighting at the intersections of Gough St with Linden and Fell streets was installed as a standard engineering measure to improve sight lines between street users. The proposed project would not modify the roadway changes that were previously implemented. A a single combined right-turn/through lane on Gough Street would remain. However, based on pilot project feedback, changes to parking regulations along the western curb of the block, would be modified from 2-hour time limited parking to a combination of metered parking with a 4-hour time limit (5 total spaces) and “No Parking Any Time, Active Loading Only” (approx. 80 feet of 24/7 loading for passenger and commercial vehicles). The new loading zone would remain and is not replacing another loading zone from elsewhere). Remaining curb would be regulated with “Red Zones” for visibility daylighting, as is already present. Linear feet for each of these is below and shown in the diagram that follows. It should be noted that immediately prior to the pilot no parking or loading was permitted along this block face.
  • Reference:2018-006945ENV
  • Received:Apr 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - WD-2811 Ductile Iron Pipe Water Main Replacement on 17th Street from Clayton to Douglass Street and Various Side Streets - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 17th Street between Clayton and Douglass Streets and various side streets in the Haight Ashbury and Castro/Upper Market neighborhoods. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced/repaired is approximately 10,962 linear feet (2.1 miles).
  • Reference:2018-005625ENV
  • Received:Apr 12, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1429 for Meeting of 4/12/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 4/12/2018
  • Reference:2018-005428ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 22nd Street Caltrain Station E Lockers Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install 10 electronic bicycle lockers (e lockers) to accommodate up to 20 bicycles for long-term bicycle parking needs on Iowa Street at 22nd Street. This location and facility recommendation is supported by the SFMTA’s 2013 Strategy for Long-Term Bicycle Parking, and Caltrain’s 2014 Bicycle Access & Parking Plan and 2017 Bicycle Parking Management Plan. The proposed location is located on the west side of Iowa Street, in the first parking bay. There are two travel lanes along Iowa, one northbound and one southbound. There is currently unregulated on-street parking along Iowa between 22nd Street to 23rd Street. This proposed location is directly adjacent to the 22nd Street Station entrance and a half a block from Muni’s Woods Division. There are also Muni transit connections and neighborhood services within walking distance from Iowa Street. Three motor vehicle parking spaces (currently unregulated) would be removed to make room for the proposed e lockers. Associated changes to the street would include thermos stripping in the parking bay to outline the e locker footprints, as well as flexible delineators where appropriate. There would be no excavation associated with this project. The e lockers would be accessed via doors facing the north and south (i.e., these doors would not face Iowa Street).
  • Reference:2018-006007ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Order #5901 for Public Hearing on 4/13/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer/SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 4/13/18
  • Reference:2018-005407ENV
  • Received:Apr 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - DB-129 Geotechnical and Pothole Investigation - The proposed Investigation involves up to 14 geotechnical borings and 42 potholes generally located along Illinois Street between 24th Street and Cargo Way, Quint Street between Cargo Way and Davidson Avenue, and various adjacent streets.
  • Reference:2018-005418ENV
  • Received:Apr 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Auxiliary Water Supply System Valve Vault Cover and Electrical Actuator at Evans Avenue and Napoleon Street - The proposed Project would involve replacement of the valve vault cover and electrical actuator (part of an existing AWSS pipeline) at Evans Avenue and Napoleon Street. Project activities would include the following: • Excavate existing street base and paving over the valve vault. • Remove existing concrete valve vault cover. • Remove existing electric actuator and replace with new actuator. Furnish and install new watertight electrical connections. • Furnish and install a precast vault cover with either a 3 feet by 4 feet double leaf access cover and 23-inch square access cover. • Close the excavation and restore street base and paving. • Test operation of motorized gate valve site for proper functioning. Construction of the Project is expected to be complete within approximately three weeks.
  • Reference:2018-005309ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Castro Station Accessibility Improvements - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to construct a new three-stop elevator on the south side of Market Street at the Castro Muni Station to improve the accessibility of the Muni subway system. The project would also include creating an accessible path from the southwest corner of Market and Castro Streets to the Plaza-level elevator entry. The proposed project would construct a new three-stop elevator on the south side of Market Street at the Castro Muni Station to improve the accessibility of the Muni subway system. The top level of the new elevator structure would be located at Harvey Milk Plaza on Market Street, and it would service the concourse and platform levels of the Station below. The new elevator structure would integrate with the existing architectural and structural framework. The project would also include creating an accessible path from the southwest corner of Market and Castro Streets to the Plaza-level elevator entry. This is a voluntary barrier removal project to mitigate existing non-compliant paths of travel in and around the Station.
  • Reference:2018-005547ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geo Tech Investigation Project for San Andreas Dam Spillway - The SFPUC proposes to perform a condition assessment of San Andreas Dam spillway as requested by the DSOD. The geotechnical exploration consists of boreholes, spillway concrete corings, and spillway slot cuts. The work would occur on or next to the concrete spillway. The proposed Project would not include any work in the water.
  • Reference:2018-004715ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - PCC Streetcar Disposal Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transpiration Agency (SFMTA) proposes to dispose of 12 Presidential Conference Committee (PCC) streetcars. The vast majority of these cars were retired 35 years ago. They have been stored outside at the agency’s Marin Yard and are all in a significantly-deteriorated condition. The disposal of these is consistent with the agency’s historic streetcar fleet plan, which calls for a reduction of spare PCCs at Marin Yard.
  • Reference:2018-005543ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Railway FY 2019 MTC Claim for Operating Assistance - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Municipal Railway (SFMTA) has received operating and capital assistance from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) each fiscal year. The funds provide financial support to maintain, and sometimes restore, existing transit services. The SFMTA proposes to apply and eventually accept Operating and Capital Assistance from MTC for Fiscal Year 2019, which would continue to fund existing operations and lease agreements.
  • Reference:2018-005354ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Streetcar Rehabilitation Project - The SFMTA proposes to rehabilitate various historic streetcars built between 1914 and 1946. These are detailed in the table below. The general plan the Peter Witt Class vehicles is to rehabilitate them so that they may safely operate in daily revenue service for the next 20 years. The general program for the other streetcars is to rehabilitate them so that they may safely be operated for some revenue service, special events, and charter services. The historic nature of each vehicle is important to the SFMTA and preserving the design and integrity of the original interior and exterior of each vehicle is important. However, certain upgrades will be considered to improve safety, reliability, and maintainability. Each street car would be disassembled to the carshell, and each component would be expected and replaced on an as-needed basis. The electrical systems of each vehicle would be updated. Vehicle propulsion systems would likely be upgraded as well. Each car would then be reassembled to appear like new. This work would be performed by a contractor.
  • Reference:2018-005545ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Inner Richmond Neighborway - The Inner Richmond Neighborway Project (hereafter “the Project”) proposes to implement a series of traffic-calming measures in the along 7th Avenue, 8th Avenue, 9th Avenue between Lake Street and Cabrillo Street. These traffic-calming measures include speed humps, stop signs, daylighting, and paint/signage. Traffic volumes on 8th Avenue are two to three times higher than those of surrounding parallel routes, which is inconsistent with City policy goals for 8th Avenue as a key biking and walking street into Golden Gate Park. Eighth Avenue is a designated SFMTA Class III Bicycle Route and was adopted as a Green Connection corridor by the SF Planning Commission.3 A central aim of the Project is to bring 8th Avenue traffic volumes to a similar level to that of surrounding streets, thereby reducing conflicts between people biking and motor vehicles, especially large vehicles like trucks or buses. This project will also make pedestrian safety improvements and install speed humps on blocks of 7th and 9th Avenues where schools conduct loading activities. Proposed treatments and further information regarding the project are included in Attachment A.
  • Reference:2018-005355ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Indiana Bikeway Improvement Project - The SFMTA proposes to implement the Indiana Bikeway Improvement Project to enhance north-south bicycle access in the Dogpatch neighborhood by providing connections to existing bike lanes located on Cesar Chavez and 16th Street. The project would include the following components. See Attachment A for further information on the proposed project. 1. Indiana Street from Cesar Chavez to 25th Street would have one northbound vehicle anorthbound bike lane and a southbound contra-flow bike lane; this would remove approximately three (3) general public parking spaces. 2. Indiana Street from 25th Street to approximately 200’ northerly would have one northbound vehicle lane that would connect to the 280-North freeway on-ramp and northbound Indiana, there would also be a two-way cycle track that would be protected by delineators, commercial loading, and parking; this would remove approximately eight (8) general public parking spaces, one of which would be converted to Commercial truck loading. 3. Indiana Street from 200’ north of 25th Street to 23rd Street would be a Class III bikeway in both the northbound and southbound directions. 4. 19th Street from Indiana Street to Minnesota Street would be a Class III bikeway in the eastbound and westbound directions. 5. Minnesota Street from 19th Street to Mariposa Street would be a Class III bikeway in the northbound and southbound directions. 6. 23rd Street from Indiana Street to Minnesota Street would no longer be a Class III Bikeway. 7. Minnesota Street from 23rd Street to Cesar Chavez Street would no longer be a Class III Bikeway.
  • Reference:2018-002075ENV
  • Received:Apr 03, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Order 5899 for public hearing 4/6/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 4/6/2018
  • Reference:2018-004749ENV
  • Received:Apr 02, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Online Water Quality Monitoring Project - The SFPUC proposes installation of three water quality monitoring cabinets at two Project locations; one water quality cabinet at the existing Ravenswood Control Building, and two water quality cabinets at the Stanford Tunnel East site. These water quality monitoring cabinets would include connection of ½-inch water sample and reinjection pipelines to existing Bay Division water transmission pipelines as well as new electrical and control upgrades. No trees would be disturbed as part of the Project.
  • Reference:2018-004300ENV
  • Received:Mar 27, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Mountain Tunnel Improvements, Phase 2 Geotechnical Investigation - The objectives of the Mountain Tunnel Improvements Phase 2 Geotechnical Investigation are to obtain additional data regarding the rock mass and groundwater conditions in the vicinity of the proposed Project improvements, identify any hazardous materials that exist at project sites, and characterize subsurface conditions for the purpose of cut slope and wall foundation design. The proposed Investigation would include geotechnical boring, hazardous materials sampling, and test pit excavation.
  • Reference:2018-004187ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Sloat Boulevard Bicycle Lane Gap Closure Project - Sloat Boulevard, between 19th Avenue and Skyline Boulevard is operated by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) as State Route 35. Caltrans is nearing completion of a pedestrian safety and repaving project along this segment Sloat Boulevard. The SFMTA, in coordination with Caltrans, has identified an opportunity to extend bicycle lanes along Sloat Boulevard between 19th and 23rd avenues. Due to the existing roadway width, bicycle lanes can be added by narrowing travel lanes without removal of travel lanes or on-street parking. The SFMTA is recommending this change to further enhance safety for all roadway users by providing a designated space for cyclists to travel outside the path of motor vehicles.
  • Reference:2018-007166ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Creek Flooding Emergency Repairs 02 - The SFPUC maintains and operates multiple facilities in and around the Town of Moccasin located near Moccasin Creek in Tuolumne County. Assessment of flood damage is ongoing, and this document identifies repairs and information additional to those identified in the Statutory Exemption concurrence issued on March 23, 2018 (Case Number 2018-004154ENV). Additional emergency repairs currently identified include: Continued Removal of Sediment and Organic Debris Deposited by Flooding. Debris removal from Moccasin Reservoir, Moccasin Dam, and associated locations and infrastructure, including screening, diversion, and bypass structures is necessary. Access and removal of material in Moccasin Creek/Reservoir would necessitate temporarily laying approximately 1500 cubic yards of rock to create a ramp and landing down into the creek/reservoir. Flood-related sediment and debris would be removed from the creek and any other areas and stored for future use or disposal in an existing upland staging area on SFPUC property. Work may also include cleanup and offhaul of flood deposited sediment and organic matter from the Moccasin Fish Hatchery facility. This work is statutorily exempt under 15269(c), which covers specific actions necessarily to prevent or mitigate an emergency. Repair of Potable Water Line Damaged by Flooding. A 4-inch drinking water line providing service to locations including the Moccasin Fish Hatchery, Moccasin Low Head Powerhouse, and Moccasin Point Marina has been damaged, cutting off the drinking water supply. Approximately 900 feet of pipeline would be replaced in kind. Trenching would be shallow (approximately 2-3 feet deep) and narrow (1-2 feet wide). Trench would follow the original pipeline alignment to the extent feasible and is largely anticipated to be located within previously disturbed soils and fill. Approximately half of the proposed replacement length of pipe is located within a berm on the north side of the Moccasin Fish Hatchery retention pond. This damaged berm would be repaired and stabilized. It is not anticipated that the footprint of the berm would extend beyond existing dimensions. This work is statutorily exempt under 15269(b), which covers emergency repairs to publicly owned facilities necessary to maintain service essential to public health, safety or welfare (in this case water service).
  • Reference:2018-004212ENV
  • Received:Mar 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Fillmore and Haight Street Intersection AWSS Pavement and Sewer Replacement (WW-671) - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Bureau of Environmental Management (SFPUC) requests review of the proposed Fillmore and Haight Street Intersection Auxiliary Water Supply System (AWSS) Pavement and Sewer Replacement Project (Project) under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
  • Reference:2018-004132ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Revised Water and Wastewater Capacity Charges FYE 2019 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of water and wastewater capacity charges for new service, increased service or a change in service for Fiscal Year Ending 2019 to become effective July 1, 2018.
  • Reference:2018-004125ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Retail Wastewater Rates FYE 2019 through FYE 2022 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of wastewater rates for retail wastewater service in San Francisco and suburban areas during the Fiscal Year Ending 2019 through Fiscal Year Ending 2022 to become effective July 1, 2018, July 1, 2019, July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021.
  • Reference:2018-004120ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Retail Water Rates FYE 2019 through FYE 2022 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of water rates for retail water service in San Francisco and suburban areas during the Fiscal Year Ending 2019 through Fiscal Year Ending 2022 to become effective July 1, 2018, July 1, 2019, July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021.
  • Reference:2018-004111ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Revised Rates and Charges for Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Program Service within San Francisco - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of revised SuperGreen generation rate premiums and charges for Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Program (CleanPowerSF) Service within San Francisco.
  • Reference:2018-004105ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Creek Flooding Emergency Repairs - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) Bureau of Environmental Management requests your concurrence that the proposed Moccasin Creek Flooding Emergency Repairs Project (Project) described below constitutes an emergency and is statutorily exempt under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines Section 15269 b and c. These statutes exempt emergency repairs when emergency repairs to publicly or privately owned service facilities are necessary to maintain services essential to the public health, safety or welfare; and when specific actions are necessary to prevent or mitigate an emergency, respectively.
  • Reference:2018-004154ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1428 for Meeting of 3/22/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 3/22/18
  • Reference:2018-004529ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: Airport Rental Car Center Improvements and Customer facility charge for the Existing Rental Car Center Improvement Project - The proposed project would include several minor improvements to the interior and exterior of the existing RCC facility including the surrounding parking areas. Interior improvements would consist of public space, restroom, office, and lighting renovation as well as structural improvements in both the customer service area and the QTA. The exterior renovations include superficial improvements such as painting, screen installation, and landscaping. The interior improvements in the customer service areas include updating of skylights; lobby lighting; lobby finishes; public and back-of-house restrooms; signage; public stairwells; escalators; elevators; and HVAC systems. Additional customer service area improvements would include development of new concessions areas within the existing floor plates and installation of flight information display systems.
  • Reference:2018-006248ENV
  • Received:Mar 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Divide Feeder Circuit Carl 11 Project - This project would install additional electrical feeder circuitry in the Duboce Portal area to improve power feeder capacity and minimize feeder power single point of failures within the Duboce Portal. A feeder cable transmit electrical power from substation to the overhead contact wires powering the LRV trains and trolley coaches. The new feeder circuit would allow other power substations to supply electrical power to the Duboce Portal. The scope of work for this project would include installing new feeder cables within the west sidewalk of Church St. between Market Street and Duboce Avenue. New conduits would be installed along the same alignment as the existing ductbank to house the new feeder cables. This project would install a new conduit along the same alignment as the existing conduits underneath the west sidewalk of Church Street between Market Street and Reservoir Street. New feeder cables would provide additional electrical power support to the Duboce Portal. The new feeder circuit would be connected back to the substations. The existing electrical switch cabinet at the northwest corner of Church and Duboce intersection would remain. A new switch unit would be installed within the Church St metro substation on Market St. The new and existing switches would be connected to the substations via fiber optic cables using existing underground conduits. Excavation for this project would occur within the west sidewalk of Church Street. The trench for the new conduit would be approximately three hundred twenty five feet long extending from the intersection 14th Street & Church Street. to Reservoir St. at a depth of four feet. The trench would be approximately one foot wide.
  • Reference:2018-004420ENV
  • Received:Mar 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Dogpatch Parking Management Plan - The SFMTA proposes to regulate on-street parking in the Dogpatch neighborhood through the creation of a new Residential Parking Permit area and through various regulatory and policy changes. Currently, more than 80% of the 2,600 on-street parking spaces within Dogpatch are un-regulated. Unregulated long-term parking limits parking availability for both residents and local workers. Regulating parking in this nieghborhood would increase turnover and parking availability. There are three key components of the proposed Dogpatch Parking Management Plan. These are: 1. Parking Time Limits and Paid Parking Commercial areas 2. Residential Permit Parking Eligibility 3. Revised RPP Policies See Appendix A for further details on the project.
  • Reference:2018-004002ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5893 for public hearing 3/23/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 3/23/18
  • Reference:2018-003808ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Hyde Street NB No Right Turn at Lombard Street - The SFMTA proposes to establish a "No Right Turn, 11AM to 8PM, Except Residents of 1300 Lombard Street" through a sign on the Hyde Street northbound approach to Lombard Street. This will be implemented through a one-year trial period, but is not a formal pilot project. The purpose of this proposed change is to reduce queuing on the northbound approach by visitors to the Crooked Street tourist attraction and to require visitors to use the Lombard Street eastbound approach instead. This will allow for greater queue control, efficiency, and safety. This will assist in keeping crosswalks clear for pedestrians and limit queuing on the cable car tracks. This proposed change is separate from the summertime closure of the Crooked Street to non-residents.
  • Reference:2018-003959ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1427th meeting on 3/8/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 3/8/2018
  • Reference:2018-004515ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW: 3880 26th STREET - FIRE STATION 11 BAY DOOR REPLACEMENT - The project proposes to replace existing non-original telescoping apparatus-bay doors with new coiling overhead doors (Type D) doors, with minor repair and adjustments to the interiors of the door openings to accommodate the new installations. There is no change to the exterior finish of the building.
  • Reference:2018-003794ENV
  • Received:Mar 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Fillmore and Haight Street Intersection AWSS Pavement and Sewer Replacement (WW-671) - The proposed Project would install new main sewer lines at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Haight Street. Project activities would involve sliplining, which is the installation of a new pipe inside of the existing sewer pipe. A total of approximately 19 linear feet of pipeline (3 linear feet of replacement pipe and 16 linear feet of slipline) would be installed under this Project. The pipelines would be installed in the same alignment as the existing pipelines (see attached drawings). The proposed replacement and slipline pipelines would be constructed of vitrified clay pipe (VCP), 15 inches in diameter. After the sewer line is installed and operational, street pavement would be renovated according to San Francisco Public Works standards. Construction of the Project is expected to be completed in approximately 105 working days.
  • Reference:2018-003258ENV
  • Received:Mar 06, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5890 for Public Hearing on 3/16/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 3/16/2018
  • Reference:2018-003179ENV
  • Received:Mar 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFRPD: 35250 Mather Road - Camp Mather Sport Court Renovation - RPD proposes increasing the size fo an existing badminton court from 1,800 sq. ft. to 2,960 sq. ft. The enlarged court will be regulation size for basketball, and it will be stripped for both badminton and basketball. New equipment for basketball and badminton will be installed including poles, backboards, & hoops, and removable posts for nets. Project may require the removal of 1 tree. If tree needs to be removed, two new trees will be planted.
  • Reference:2018-003103ENV
  • Received:Mar 02, 2018
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA Order 5883 for public hearing 3/2/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 3/2/2018
  • Reference:2018-002961ENV
  • Received:Feb 28, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Operating Budget for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020 - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to approve an operating budget for the Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020. The two year operating budget includes changes to revenues and expenditures for the agency, including the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring or approval of rates, tolls, fares or other charges by the SFMTA. Please refer to the attached SFMTA memorandum for a full description of the Baseline Operating Budget. Statutorily Exempt from CEQA Review pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15273 Rates, Tolls, Fares and Charges: CEQA does not apply to the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring or approval of rates, tolls, fares or other charges by public agencies which the public agency finds are for the purpose of meeting operating expenses, including employee wage rates and fringe benefits; purchasing or leasing supplies, equipment, or materials; meeting financial reserve needs and requirements; obtaining funds for capital projects, necessary to maintain service within existing service areas.
  • Reference:2018-002861ENV
  • Received:Feb 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Service Changes for Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020 - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to approve the SFMTA’s Title VI Service Equity Analysis, which would authorize planned service changes for the Fiscal Years 2019 and 2020. These service changes include frequency changes through increases in Muni Light Rail Service, increases in Muni Bus Service, and decreases in Muni Bus Service on certain existing routes throughout the City. The service changes also include service span changes and vehicle changes from 40-foot vehicles to 60-foot vehicles on certain existing routes. Please refer to the attached SFMTA memorandum for a full description of planned service changes. Increases in Muni Light Rail Service and on certain Muni Bus routes are Statutorily Exempt from CEQA pursuant to Public Resources Code section 21080 (b) (10) and CEQA Guidelines Section 15275 Specified Mass Transit Projects: CEQA does not apply to the institution or increase of passenger or commuter service on rail or highway rights-of-way already in use, including the modernization of existing stations and parking facilities. For the purpose of this paragraph, “highway” shall have the same meaning as defined in section 360 of the Vehicle Code. Decreases in Muni Bus Service, Service Span Changes, and Vehicle Changes are Categorically Exempt from CEQA pursuant to CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1: Operation, repair, maintenance, permitting, leasing, licensing, or minor alteration of existing public or private structures, facilities, mechanical equipment, or topographical features, involving negligible or no expansion of use.
  • Reference:2018-002870ENV
  • Received:Feb 26, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 18th Street and Minnesota Street New Traffic Signal - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to upgrade the 18th Street and Minnesota Street intersection, which is currently controlled by a 4-way STOP, with a new traffic signal. The scope of work includes installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, streetlight poles, controller cabinets, and accessible pedestrian signals. In addition, two blocks of underground conduits would be built from the 18th Street and Minnesota Street intersection to the 3rd Street and 18th Street intersection, through the 3rd Street and Tennessee Street intersection. The maximum excavation would ten (10) feet for the signal and streetlight pole foundations, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundations, and thirty (30) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes. Please refer to the attached SFMTA memorandum for a full project description of planned changes.
  • Reference:2018-002728ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Arguello Boulevard Traffic Signal Upgrade - The proposed Arguello Boulevard – Traffic Signal Upgrade Project would upgrade existing traffic signals at the following 6 locations: 1) Arguello Boulevard and Balboa/Turk Streets 2) Arguello Boulevard and Anza Street 3) Arguello Boulevard and Clement Street 4) Arguello Boulevard and Euclid Street 5) Arguello Boulevard and California Street 6) Arguello Boulevard and Lake/Sacramento Streets. The scope of work includes new signal timing and the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, mast arm poles, controller cabinets, accessible pedestrian signals, and ADA compliant curb ramps at intersections controlled by existing traffic signals. The maximum excavation would be nine (9) feet for the signal pole foundations, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundations, twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes, and twelve (12) inches for curb ramps. Please see the SFMTA Memo for additional details.
  • Reference:2018-002739ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 27th Street and Guerrero Street New Traffic Signal - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the 27th Street and Guerrero Street New Traffic Signal project which would improve pedestrian and vehicular safety by constructing a new traffic signal at the intersection of 27th Street and Guerrero Street. The intersection is currently controlled by a 2-Way STOP. The project’s scope of work includes the construction of signal poles and pole foundations, a controller cabinet and foundation, vehicle and pedestrian signals, accessible pedestrian signal push buttons, conduits, and pull boxes. It is expected that eight (8) poles would be installed. The maximum depth of excavation for the signal pole foundations would be nine (9) feet. The maximum depth of excavation for signal conduit and pull boxes will be twenty-four (24) inches. Please refer to the attached SFMTA memorandum for a full project description of planned changes.
  • Reference:2018-002734ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Traffic Signal Modifications on Bayshore Blvd. at Cortland Ave. and Cesar Chavez St. at South Van Ness Ave. - Traffic signal modifications would be performed by a contractor at existing traffic signals on Bayshore Blvd. at Cortland Ave. and Cesar Chavez St. at South Van Ness Ave. to improve traffic safety and the walking experience at both intersections. The scope of work includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal pole, pedestrian push button pole, streetlight pole, and accessible pedestrian signals. The maximum excavation would be three and a half (3.5) feet for the signal pole foundations, five and a half (5.5’) feet for the streetlight pole, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, and twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits. Please see the SFMTA Memo for further details.
  • Reference:2018-002743ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 24-inch & 8-inch Ductile Iron Water Main Replacement on Castro Street from 19th Street to Alvarado Street, Elizabeth Street to 26th Street and on 26th Street from Castro Street to Guerrero Street (WD-2739) - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution replacement and upgrades along Castro Street from 19th Street to 26th Street and on 26th Street from Castro Street to Guerrero Street. A total of approximately 14,448 linear feet (2.7 miles) of water main would be replaced and newly installed.
  • Reference:2018-002621ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2018
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFMTA - Chariot 2018 Private Transit Vehicle Permit - SFMTA proposes to grant a limited term Private Transit Vehicle (PTV) permit to Chariot Transit Inc. for a one year period through February 28, 2019. The permit would allow Chariot to provide transportation service to the public for individual fares in San Francisco. The PTV permit program does not involve creation of new loading zones. As part of its permit application, Chariot proposes to operate the same service provided at time of the SFMTA Board’s adoption of the program in Oct 2017 with several minor adjustments to meet permit requirements. Some minor changes to Chariot’s routes are required to ensure service complies with permit terms and conditions and existing parking and traffic laws. Other changes are required in order to come into compliance with permit requirements and parking regulations. Under terms of the permit, Chariot could alter its routes and stops at any time after receiving the one-year permit. Following that, Chariot would be expected to apply for a new permit. Issuance of a PTV permit by SFMTA is subject to environmental review. Prior to issuing any subsequent permits, SFMTA would document any change in operations as compared to that which was permitted in the prior year to appropriately characterize any potential environmental effects resulting from such permitting action by SFMTA. Refer to SFMTA Memo for further details. SFMTA would review to ensure new routes or stops are in compliance with permit conditions and parking and traffic laws. Any such changes are not reasonably foreseeable at this time.
  • Reference:2018-002644ENV
  • Received:Feb 20, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5881 for Public Hearing on 2/23/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Committee Approval Date: 2/23/2018
  • Reference:2018-002443ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5879 for public hearing 2/16/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU
  • Reference:2018-002393ENV
  • Received:Feb 14, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 505 Seventh Street Lease - The SFMTA proposes to execute a new lease agreement for the SFMTA Parking Enforcement Section with Thomas F. Murphy and Martina Murphy, as Trustees of the Murphy Trust UDT dated October 3, 2003, and Christopher J. Harney, as landlord, for the two buildings, commonly known as 505 7th Street and 899 Bryant Street, including the adjacent paved parking area in San Francisco. The proposed new lease agreement would obligate the landlord to make tenant improvements, including window replacement and energy efficient LED lighting upgrade, roof repair, replace many end-of-life fixtures such as HVAC units, entrance doors, and the existing emergency backup generator. Please refer to memo for further details.
  • Reference:2018-002128ENV
  • Received:Feb 09, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Twin Peaks Figure 8 Project - In 2016, the SFMTA initiated the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot Project, which introduced vehicle restrictions on the Twin Peaks Boulevard Figure 8 and repurposed roadway space for a bike- and pedestrian-only right of way. The proposed Twin Peaks Figure 8 Project (Project) is the permanent continuation of the Pilot project (Pilot), with no changes to the Pilot. The Project proposes to make the piloted conditions permanent. There are no other differences between the Pilot and the proposed Project. The Pilot has already implemented all of the proposed traffic and parking regulations in the project area. The project would continue the two lane, two-way configuration of Twin Peaks Boulevard that closes one section of the Figure 8. The lanes on the west side of the peaks would continue two-way operation with a single lane in each direction. Both lanes of Twin Peaks Boulevard on the east side of the peaks from Christmas Tree Point Road to the southern end of the Figure 8 would remain closed to motor vehicles. ROAD CLOSED signs and physical barriers will remain at the intersections to ensure that motor vehicles do not find their way onto the closed portion. The intersection at Twin Peaks Boulevard and Christmas Tree Point Road would remain slightly reconfigured given the two-way operation, as in the Pilot. The STOP sign stopping Christmas Tree Point Road would remain unchanged with the project.
  • Reference:2018-002084ENV
  • Received:Feb 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO: AIRPORT WIDE UNINTERRUPTABLE POWER SUPPLY REPLACEMENT AND UPGRADES - Replacements and subsequent upgrades to existing UPS devices, batteries and battery cabinets, as well as all existing electrical and communication wiring and conduit connections to UPS devices, battery cabinets, fire alarm panels, disconnect switches, junction boxes, grounding and ITT devices and equipment. The UPS devices would be seismically installed at each location.
  • Reference:2018-005735ENV
  • Received:Feb 08, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Donation of SFMTA Cable Car No. 28 - The San Francisco Municipal Transpiration Agency (SFMTA) proposes to donate retired Cable Car No. 28 to the Branford Electric Railway Association’s Shore Line Trolley Museum, of East Haven Connecticut. According to the Market Street Railway, this cable car was built in 1887 by Mahony Brothers.1 It was rebuilt as standard car No. 501 in 1929 and renumbered No. 28 in 1973. SFMTA records indicate the car last received maintenance in 1999. It was retired the following year. The exact reason the cable car was retired is not known, however the presence of lead paint may have been a significant contributing factor. In 2004, a new Cable Car No. 28 was commissioned to replace the original.The original Cable Car No. 28 is currently in a significantly deteriorated condition. There is no indoor space to store the vehicle, and it has been stored outside at the SFMTA’s Marin Yard for many years. Much of the car’s woodwork is rotted, the underframe appears to be worn out, and several parts are broken or missing. San Francisco’s cable cars are part of the “San Francisco Cable Cars” National Historic Landmark (National Register Information System ID: 66000233) that was designated in 1966. SFMTA staff believe that donating the original Cable Car No. 28 to the Shore Line Trolley Museum, rather than allowing it to further deteriorate, is the best possible use of this historic resource. Donating the retired cable car would also free up space for new incoming buses.
  • Reference:2018-001979ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Presidio Division Bus Lifts and Roll-Up Doors Project - The SFMTA proposes to install new vehicle lifts and doors at its Presidio Division facility at 901 Presidio Ave. The Presidio Division building was constructed in 1912 adjacent to (not on top of) the former Laurel Hill Cemetery and Calvary Cemetery. Some excavation (up to eight feet below grade) would occur as part of this project, however this work would occur solely within the Presidio Division building would not extend into former cemetery property. The subject property has a Planning Department Historic Resource Status of “B – Properties Requiring Further Consultation and Review.” This project would consist of: Removing/demolition of existing lifts, floor slabs, and concrete foundations. Installation of new foundations, trenches, and associated plumbing to support the new and replaced lifts. The maximum anticipated excavation depth is eight feet below grade. This work will be confined to the building and will not extend into the bus yard. Replacing in-kind six exterior-mounted motor-operated roll-up doors and gates at several entrances/exits on the bus storage yard. The door/gate size will match the existing opening.
  • Reference:2018-002101ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1550 EVANS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - New Southeast Community Center Facility - The project proposes demolition of a 32,609 square-foot office building and a 19,057 square-foot office/ warehouse building built in 1978, grading of the site including the removal of vegetation, and a rezoning to Public Use. Three new buildings would be constructed: a 40,000 GSF community center, a 5,000 GSF community room pavilion, and an education building up to 45,000 GSF. The site would include approximately 100,000 GSF of open space, and an additional 9,000 GSF of enclosed open space required for a childcare center. 100 parking spaces would be constructed, a net decrease of 60 parking spaces. Construction of the new community center and community room pavilion is expected to begin as early as 2019, with construction of the education center following 1 year later. The property is within the India Basin Redevelopment Area.
  • Reference:2018-001983ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1425TH MEETING ON 2/8/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU
  • Reference:2018-001883ENV
  • Received:Feb 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Beach Street Combined Sewer Discharge Rehabilitation Project - In order to prevent groundwater infiltration and sea water from entering the City of San Francisco’s combined collection sewer system, the SFPUC proposes to rehabilitate the Beach Street combined sewer discharge (CSD) and install backflow prevention within the structure at this location. A new manhole would be constructed in the intersection of Embarcadero and Beach Street to provide access to the CSD structure on the Bayside of the new backflow preventer.
  • Reference:2018-001890ENV
  • Received:Feb 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Runway 28L Fire Water Main Improvement - SFO: Runway 28L Fire Water Main Improvement Project - Connect approx. 7,500 linear feet of new 10-inch PVC fire main line to an existing 10-inch ductile iron pipe near the Millbrae gate at the southern portion of the Airport.
  • Reference:2018-001705ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - TWIN PEAKS FIGURE 8 PROJECT - In 2016, the SFMTA initiated the Twin Peaks Figure 8 Pilot Project, which introduced vehicle restrictions on the Twin Peaks Boulevard Figure 8 and repurposed roadway space for a bike- and pedestrian-only right of way. The Figure 8 is a section of roadway surrounding the Twin Peaks which forms the shape of an “eight”. The proposed Twin Peaks Figure 8 Project (Project) is the permanent continuation of the Pilot project (Pilot), with no changes to the Pilot. The Pilot began in July 2016 and consists of 1) a road closure of Twin Peaks Boulevard between the north (Christmas Tree Point Road) and south junctions of the Figure 8, and 2) conversion of a one-way road to two-way operation on Twin Peaks Boulevard from Christmas Tree Point Road to the intersection south of the southern peak. Before the Pilot Project, both segments of Twin Peaks Boulevard leading up to the Figure 8 were one lane in each direction and the Figure 8 had excess capacity for the amount for vehicle traffic. SFMTA collected vehicle speed and volume data and public comment during the pilot to test the effectiveness of the traffic changes. These data helped inform analysis of a permanent road closure proposed under this Project.
  • Reference:2018-001690ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2018
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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Description: SFMTA - On-street Parking Conversion for SFPD Parking Only - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority (SFMTA) proposes to amend Section 801(c) of the Transportation Code to convert approximately 10 on-street general metered parking spaces around the intersection of Fillmore and Turk Streets to SFPD vehicle parking only. No active loading spaces would be removed. The proposal includes the following: ESTABLISH -TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME EXCEPT CITY-OWNED MARKED SAN FRANCISCO POLICE DEPARTMENT VEHICLES Location: Fillmore Street, east side, from 69 feet to 151 feet south of Turk Street (approximately 82-foot zone); and Fillmore Street, west side, from 71 feet to 169 feet south of Turk Street (approximately 98-foot zone). Time: All times.
  • Reference:2018-001793ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 2017 District 7 Speed Radar Signs - The 2017 District Seven Speed Radar Signs project will help remind drivers of their speed at a total of three locations in San Francisco’s Supervisorial District Seven and Eight. The scope of the work includes the installation of new speed radar signs on either the existing streetlight poles or on new poles and foundations to support the sign. We are seeking SFPUC permission to install the new speed radar signs on their existing streetlights at two locations. Power would be provided by tapping into the streetlight photocell. The contractor or the SFMTA Signal Shop will do the installation and programming of the sign itself. The maximum excavation of a new foundation is four to eight feet depending on the support structure. If a new pole and foundation are needed, the project will be constructed using a contractor via the San Francisco Public Works. Their construction management section will administer the actual construction of the project. If the SFPUC gives the SFMTA permission to install the speed radar signs on their streetlights, the SFMTA Signal Shop will install the signs. The following locations are included in this project: 1. Brotherhood Way between Summit Way and Lake Merced Boulevard 2. Monterey Boulevard between Acadia Street and Baden Street 3. Market Street between Hattie Street and Merritt Street
  • Reference:2018-002012ENV
  • Received:Jan 30, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project on 21st and Hill Streets (WD-2780) - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 21st and Hill Streets between Castro and Valencia Streets. New water mains would be installed as close as possible to the existing alignments, but would not be in the same trench footprint as the existing lines. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 8,500 linear feet (1.6 miles) of water main replacement and installation.
  • Reference:2018-001551ENV
  • Received:Jan 29, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Avalon Avenue and Mendell Street STOP Signs - The SFMTA proposes the following traffic modifications for approval by the SFMTA Board of Directors, as requested by residents, for purposes of improving vehicle and pedestrian safety: 1. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGNS Avalon Avenue, eastbound and westbound, at Edinburgh Street, making this intersection an ALL-WAY STOP 2. ESTABLISH – STOP SIGNS Mendell Street, northbound and southbound, at Fairfax Avenue, making this intersection an ALL-WAY STOP
  • Reference:2018-001372ENV
  • Received:Jan 24, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5872 for Public Hearing on 1/26/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 1/26/2018
  • Reference:2018-001309ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Lower Cherry Aqueduct Rehabilitation Project, Phase 1 - The Project proposes to rehabilitate components of the Lower Cherry Aqueduct system that are currently in disrepair. The Project proposes to replace approximately 250 feet of existing aboveground 15-inch steel drain pipe in the forebay with 16-inch steel drain pipe on a new alignment. In addition, the Project would conduct maintenance activities including installation of a 2.5-inch ball valve at a low point in the system in order to address minimal standing water, as well as an internal welded patch repair within a section of pipe located 15 feet upstream of where the pipeline enters the forebay. All replacement and repair activities would be performed manually on foot and using hand tools.
  • Reference:2018-001321ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5874 for Public Hearing on 2/2/18 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 2/2/2018
  • Reference:2018-001319ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1424 for Meeting of 1/25/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 1/25/2018
  • Reference:2018-001313ENV
  • Received:Jan 23, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project on 22nd Street from Fair Oaks Street to Hampshire Street - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 22nd Street from Fair Oaks Street to Hampshire Street. In most locations, the Project would install two new parallel pipelines to allow system looping. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 8,000 linear feet (1.5 miles) of water main replacement and installation.
  • Reference:2018-001132ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF PORT: Directive 2018-2019 - Special Events, Seasonal & Temporary Uses - SF PORT: Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses. The directive provides for up to 90 Special and Temporary Uses in 2018 and includes various conditions that will apply, including compliance with applicable BCDC, ISCOTT and regulatory requirements. The Directive provides for up to 90 Special and Temporary Uses in 2018. Where the activity may affect the integrity of Port historic buildings and facilities, historic design review will be required to ensure compliance with Secretary of Interior Standards for Historic Rehabilitation.
  • Reference:2018-001664ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cathodic Protection Project for 24 inch and 36 inch Steel Pipe Transmission Main of College Hill System, Phase III - The proposed Project would involve the installation of sacrificial anode systems and cathodic protection test stations at 13 different locations.
  • Reference:2018-001109ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF REC & PARK - WALTER HAAS PLAYGROUND - Replace the existing decomposed granite surface of the entire 8,000 SF Dog Play Area (DPA) with synthetic turf. Fence and entryways to DPA will remain unchanged. Installation of irrigation lines under DPA and drainage improvements to address erosion issues of existing decomposed granite surface.
  • Reference:2018-001147ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cherry Valley Dam Emergency Valve Repair Project - Inspection and repair of butterfly valves at the Cherry Valley dam requires the SFPUC to lower the reservoir in order to access, isolate, and repair the valves. The SFPUC would lower the reservoir in a controlled manner to an elevation below the Intake Tower that would allow the SFPUC to safely inspect and repair and if necessary replace the butterfly valves. This could entail lowering the water level to a nearly fully drained elevation. The SFPUC will maintain some water in the reservoir for aquatic refuge and to maintain some downstream flow to Cherry Creek. Emergency replacement of the hollow jet valves requires removal of some minor rock obstructions (approximately 5 cubic yards of rock from the banks and several small boulders from the bed of Cherry Creek). Valve replacement would be aided by a crane staged in an existing parking area adjacent to the valve house. At this time, the full extent of valve damage is unknown. Repair work could involve removing the metal body seat rings and disc seat rings and the associated clamps and other valve components; inspecting and cleaning the components; and installing replacement components as needed. This emergency work would be initiated as soon as possible.
  • Reference:2018-000984ENV
  • Received:Jan 16, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1423 for Meeting of 1/11/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT COMMITTEE o Approval Date: 1/11/2018
  • Reference:2018-000849ENV
  • Received:Jan 11, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Fillmore and Haight Street Intersection AWSS Pavement and Sewer Replacement (WW-671) - The proposed Project would install new main sewer lines at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Haight Street. Project activities would involve sliplining, which is the installation of a new pipe inside of the existing sewer pipe. A total of approximately 19 linear feet of pipeline (3 linear feet of replacement pipe and 16 linear feet of slipline) would be installed under this Project. The pipelines would be installed in the same alignment as the existing pipelines (see attached drawings). The proposed replacement and slipline pipelines would be constructed of vitrified clay pipe (VCP), 15 inches in diameter. After the sewer line is installed and operational, street pavement would be renovated according to San Francisco Public Works standards. Construction of the Project is expected to be completed in approximately 105 working days.
  • Reference:2018-000763ENV
  • Received:Jan 10, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: DPW: Track Removal & Context Study - SFDPW: Remove abandoned and unused railroad tracks at various locations within the city as they pose a hazard to pedestrians, cyclists, and drives due to associated road deterioration. There are 13 locations, 12 of which are within the Potrero Hill and Mission Districts, and 1 is in the Bayview district.
  • Reference:2018-000753ENV
  • Received:Jan 10, 2018
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - South Fork Adit Bridge Improvements Project - The proposed Project involves the installation of a variety of safety improvements at the South Fork Adit Bridge located approximately at the confluence of the middle and south fork of the Tuolumne River in rural Tuolumne County. Improvements include the widening of the north seat abutment, construction of a barrier wall next to the east bridge entrance, installation of a cast-in-place concrete barrier, extension of the W beam bridge rail, and installation of an advanced warning sign at the approach.
  • Reference:2018-000560ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cal Aqueduct Maintenance Bridges 1 & 2 Improvements Project - The proposed Project involves removal of the old rail system and the installation of a new rail system on Cal Aqueduct Maintenance Bridges 1 & 2 in accordance with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Test Level 1 criteria and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Demolition of the old rail system would involve unbolting the existing railing. Installation of the new system would include bolting in place new railing by utilizing the existing railing anchor bolts in the deck fascia to attach the new metal beam and post rail to the deck. Project activities would not require excavation or ground disturbance.
  • Reference:2018-000563ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5867 for Public Hearing 1/12/2018 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 1/12/18
  • Reference:2018-000847ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Track Support System Replacement Project - This project would consist of in-kind repair and/or replacement of streetcar tracks and track support systems at various intersections along the J-line, L-line and N-Line. Work would include potholing, rebuilding the subgrade, replacing ties and ballasts, replacing tie plates, replacing the fastening system with "e" clips in lieu of spikes and/or bolts, and grinding, welding, and profiling rails. This work would be limited to the Muni Track Right of Way and two feet outside of the rails. The work will neither disturb sidewalks nor alter existing roadway configurations. Excavation would be limited to about 16 inches. This work would be performed at the following locations: 1. Clipper & Church, 2. Duncan & Church 3. 22nd & Judah 4. 23rd & Judah 5. 24th & Judah 6. 25th & Judah 7. 37th & Judah 8. 42nd & Judah 9. 32nd & Taraval 10. 38th & Taraval 11. 42nd &Taraval 12. 7th & Irving 13. 8th & Irving 14. Forestside & Ulloa 15. Ocean Ave at M-Line ROW 16. 39th & Taraval 17. 24th & Church 18. 10th & Judah 19. Funston & Judah 20. 6th & Irving.
  • Reference:2018-000845ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Selby Street and Toland Avenue No Parking Zones - The San Francisco Municipal Transpiration Agency (SFMTA) proposes to establish “No Parking Anytime, Except City-Owned Vehicles Maintained by Central Shops” zones on the east side of Selby Street from the south side property line of Hudson Avenue to the north side property line of Galvez Avenue, and on the west side of Toland Street, from approximately 100 feet east of Jerrold Avenue to approximately 350 feet east of Jerrold Avenue. This change would affect approximately 26 spaces fronting 555 Selby/1975 Galvez and 5 spaces fronting 450 Toland. Currently all of these spaces are non-metered general spaces.
  • Reference:2018-000726ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Fillmore and Haight Street Intersection AWSS Pavement and Sewer Replacement (WW-671) - The proposed Project would install new main sewer lines at the intersection of Fillmore Street and Haight Street. Project activities would involve sliplining, which is the installation of a new pipe inside of the existing sewer pipe. A total of approximately 19 linear feet of pipeline (3 linear feet of replacement pipe and 16 linear feet of slipline) would be installed under this Project. The pipelines would be installed in the same alignment as the existing pipelines (see attached drawings). The proposed replacement and slipline pipelines would be constructed of vitrified clay pipe (VCP), 15 inches in diameter. After the sewer line is installed and operational, street pavement would be renovated according to San Francisco Public Works standards. Construction of the Project is expected to be completed in approximately 105 working days.
  • Reference:2018-000037ENV
  • Received:Jan 02, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Revised SuperGreen Generation Rate Premiums and Modifications to Net Energy Metering Tariff of CleanPowerSF - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of revised SuperGreen generation rate premiums and modifications to Net Energy Metering Tariff of CleanPowerSF.
  • Reference:2018-000039ENV
  • Received:Jan 02, 2018
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Diamond Heights Boulevard Stop and Bus Stop Move - The SFMTA proposes the following parking and traffic modifications, as requested by residents for the purposes of improving transit access and pedestrian safety. This change addresses the irregular configuration of this intersection and visibility issues. 1. Establish - Stop Signs - Diamond Heights Boulevard, northbound and southbound, at Diamond Street, making this intersection an all-way stop (North Intersection). 2. Rescind - Bus Zone - Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Diamond Street north crosswalk to 85 feet southerly. 3. Establish - Bus Zone - Diamond Heights Boulevard, west side, from Diamond Street north crosswalk to 100 feet northerly (Shifts existing bus zone 60 feet north).
  • Reference:2017-016423ENV
  • Received:Dec 26, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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2051 34TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Stormwater Schoolyard Project at Robert Louis Stevenson School - The SFPUC is partnering with the San Francisco Unified School District to transform a single SFUSD school site into an innovative “Stormwater Schoolyard” demonstration project. The SFUSD/SFPUC collaboration envisions a pilot SFUSD Green Schoolyard project that will also showcase a large scale demonstration of green infrastructure technologies and provide a multitude of educational opportunities.
  • Reference:2017-016339ENV
  • Received:Dec 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1550 EVANS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Geotech Investigation Project at 1550 Evans Ave. - The proposed project involves up to 9 rotary wash borings and up to 6 flight-auger borings at 1550 Evans Avenue as part of a geotechnical investigation.
  • Reference:2017-016336ENV
  • Received:Dec 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5864 for public hearing 12/29/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 12/29/2017
  • Reference:2017-016225ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1422nd meeting on 12/21/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 12/21/2017
  • Reference:2017-016230ENV
  • Received:Dec 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project on Traval from 14th to 48th Ave. and various other streets - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and installation along Taraval Street from 14th Avenue to 48th Avenue and various side streets in the West Portal and Parkside neighborhoods of San Francisco. The total estimated length of water mains to be replaced/installed is approximately 25,500 linear feet (4.8 miles).
  • Reference:2017-016132ENV
  • Received:Dec 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5854 for Public Hearing on 12/15/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 12/15/17
  • Reference:2017-016144ENV
  • Received:Dec 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sunnydale HOPE SF - Electrical Facilities Project - The Project would repair and replace a temporary overhead electrical line that connects to PG&E’s existing line immediately south of Sunnydale Avenue. Installation of four new utility poles to switch from PG&E power to SFPUC power would be required. These utility poles would be approximately 13 inches in diameter, 45 feet tall, and would be installed 6 feet below ground surface. The Project would construct a joint utilities trench approximately 750 feet in length, 2 feet wide, and a maximum of 4 feet deep in which the underground 4 kV electrical distribution line would be installed. In addition to the utilities trench, associated appurtenances including four underground utility vaults/boxes would be installed.
  • Reference:2017-015857ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Intake Switchyard Project - The proposed project involves slope stabilization and drainage improvements adjacent to Intake Switchyard to ensure the long-term protection of this existing power facility. Intake Switchyard serves as a junction connecting the Kirkwood and Holm powerhouses to the Moccasin Powerhouse. In 2013, the Rim Fire burned all the vegetation on the slope above the Switchyard. Following containment of the fire, SFPUC undertook short-term erosion prevention measures, including placement of coir logs and straw on the slope. In 2016, the SFPUC was awarded a California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Hazard Mitigation Grant, which is partially funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to implement more permanent stabilization and drainage improvements for long term protection of the Switchyard.
  • Reference:2017-015850ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Quality Trailer Installation Project at Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant - The SFPUC proposes to install a new water quality trailer and associated utilities to support water treatment operations at SVWTP. The Project area would be cleared, grubbed, and graded and non-native grasses would be removed. No trees would be removed. The Project would include three utility trenches. The total combined dimensions for two of the utility trenches would be approximately 250 feet by 2 feet. The area of ground disturbance for the third utility trench would be approximately 100 feet by 2 feet. The max depth of the three trenches would be approximately 4 feet deep. The Project would not require excavation outside of the utility trenches. The proposed Project also includes installation of additional outlets, plywood backer boards, and lighting inside the new water quality trailer.
  • Reference:2017-015831ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Power Feed and Primary Switchgear Upgrades Project at Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant - The project would consist of the following components: • Upgrade the primary switchgear to meet SEP electrical demands and peak loads; • Upgrade the existing Hunters Point switchyard feed to 12 MW and obtain a new 12 MW feed from the existing Potrero switchyard to provide redundancy for SEP facilities ; • Replace/upgrade aging primary unit substations at SEP; • Integrate BFS, BPS and future CBSIP Pump Station into SEP medium voltage (MV) electrical power distribution system to take advantage of the SEP redundant power feed; • Provide enhanced Energy Monitoring and Management System for the MV power distribution system; and • Protect electrical assets from sea level rise.
  • Reference:2017-015855ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Intake Switchyard Project - The proposed project involves slope stabilization and drainage improvements adjacent to Intake Switchyard to ensure the long-term protection of this existing power facility. Intake Switchyard serves as a junction connecting the Kirkwood and Holm powerhouses to the Moccasin Powerhouse. In 2013, the Rim Fire burned all the vegetation on the slope above the Switchyard. Following containment of the fire, SFPUC undertook short-term erosion prevention measures, including placement of coir logs and straw on the slope. In 2016, the SFPUC was awarded a California Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) Hazard Mitigation Grant, which is partially funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to implement more permanent stabilization and drainage improvements for long term protection of the Switchyard.
  • Reference:2017-015851ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2017
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA - Market Street Signal Rehabilitation Project - The Market Street Signal Rehabilitation Project would replace 23 existing traffic signal mast arms that are reaching the end of their useful lives. Attached signal heads would also be replaced. Adjoining signage would be replaced on an as-needed basis. Existing poles would remain. Replacement signal heads would be affixed to existing poles via pipes approximately three feet long. No excavation would take place. This project would take approximately 1.5 years, ending in early 2019. All work would be done by the SFMTA. This work would occur at the following eight Market Street intersections: 1) Third Street at Southeast corner on Market facing eastbound traffic and Northeast corner on Kearny facing northbound traffic; 2) Fourth Street at Southwest corner facing westbound traffic; 3) Eighth Street at Southeast corner facing eastbound traffic; 4) Ninth Street at Southeast corner facing eastbound traffic, Northeast corner facing eastbound traffic, and Northwest corner facing westbound traffic; 5) Tenth Street at Southwest corner at 10th – both arms, and Southeast corner, both arms; 6) Van Ness Ave. at Northeast, northwest, and southeast corners – both arms on each pole; 7) Twelfth Street at North center island – both arms; 8) Gough Street at Northeast corner – both arms; Southeast corner – both arms
  • Reference:2017-016403ENV
  • Received:Dec 11, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - HVAC and CO2 Systems Upgrades Project at the Tesla Treatment Facility - The proposed project involves the following: 1) Remove two existing 15-ton rooftop Trane air conditioning units and install two 25-ton Trane air conditioning units on the roof of the Electrical Building. The Project would also include installation of associated ductwork and appurtenances; 2) Remove six cabinet fans and installation of three air conditioning units and three cabinet filters in their own respective UV cabinets within the UV Building. The Project would also include installation of ductwork, exhaust fan, and replacement of two circuit breakers; and 3) Install two low flow Carbon Dioxide gas feed equipment feeders on the existing chemical injection piping a the Chemical Injection Yard.
  • Reference:2017-015795ENV
  • Received:Dec 11, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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246 SOUTH VAN NESS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: HSH - Navigation Center - Division Circle - The Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing proposes to construct a new Navigation Center facility with 150 beds and five storage containers on an existing Caltrans parking lot. The project site is located in the Mission neighborhood, on a lot bounded by the I-80 on-ramp and freeway structure, Division Street/13th Street to the north, South Van Ness Avenue to the east, and Erie Street to the west. The site is currently used as a vehicle parking lot for City-owned vehicles and no existing structures would be demolished. The proposed project would include the installation of an approximately 60-foot-wide, 150-foot-long, and 27-foot-tall tent structure (Dormitory Tent) to provide dormitory beds and a 60-foot-wide, 75-foot-long, and 27-foot-tall separate tent structure (Services Tent) for staff offices, client laundry, a dining hall, and an open outdoor space. The tent features, insulation and weather tight HVAC systems, lighting, fire sprinklers, and alarms would be brought to the site. Mobile trailers would provide ADA-compliant restrooms/showers. Project-related grading and excavation would be limited to approximately three feet below ground surface and approximately 47 cubic yards of soil would be removed. Entrances/Exits to the proposed facility would be located along South Van Ness Avenue and Erie Street. A notice of project receiving environmental review was mailed to neighboring property owners on December 12, 2017. Comments were made with regards to the merits of the project. Additionally, comments regarding access to the project were raised in relation to the freeway. The project would be accessed by pedestrians via 13th Street and South Van Ness Avenue and 13th Street, adjacent to a pedestrian crosswalk. Approval Action: Execution of lease Approval Action Date: 3/20/2018
  • Reference:2017-015672ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Castro Street Sewer Installation and Replacement Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution replacement and upgrades along Castro Street from 19th Street to 26th Street and on 26th Street from Castro Street to Guerrero Street. A total of approximately 14,448 linear feet (2.7 miles) of water main would be replaced and newly installed.
  • Reference:2017-015499ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Jersey Street Sewer Replacement and Upgrades Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution replacement and upgrades along Jersey Street from Douglass Street to Church Street and various street locations. A total of approximately 11,643 linear feet (2.2 miles) of water main would be replaced and newly installed.
  • Reference:2017-015503ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1421 for Meeting of 12/7/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date:
  • Reference:2017-016052ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 16th Street Sewer Main Replacement Project on 16th St. from Dolores St. to Missouri St. - The proposed project involves collection-system sewer replacement and upgrades along 16th Street in the Mission and Potrero Hill neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced/repaired is approximately 6,236 linear feet (1.2 mile).
  • Reference:2017-015444ENV
  • Received:Dec 04, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: HSH - Navigation Center - 5th & Bryant - Change of use from the existing vacant area to an 88 bed Navigation Center facility. The Navigation Center will include mobile trailers to provide dormitories, restrooms/showers, client laundry, staff offices, dining/kitchen areas and open outdoor space. There will be minimal grading on site and minor excavation of soil for underground utility connections. There will be a layer of gravel over existing subgrade. The deepest point of excavation would be 3 ft and approximately 47 cubic yards of soil disturbance..Project Lease signed 4/26/2018. Project Approval Action 4/27/2018. Posted 5/3/2018
  • Reference:2017-015682ENV
  • Received:Dec 04, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotech Investigation Project for the Wawona & 15th Ave. Stormwater Detention Project - The proposed Project involves potholing at 31 locations in existing paved areas along Wawona Street and 15th Avenue, as well as geotechnical borings and infiltration tests at 5 locations (2 locations for geotechnical boring, 2 double ring infiltration tests and 1 percolation test) within the ravine at the Arden Wood facility.
  • Reference:2017-015320ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2017
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFPUC - Geotech Investigation Project for the Wawona St. & 15th Ave. Stormwater Detention Project - The proposed Project involves potholing at 31 locations in existing paved areas along Wawona Street and 15th Avenue, as well as geotechnical borings and infiltration tests at 5 locations (2 locations for geotechnical boring, 2 double ring infiltration tests and 1 percolation test) within the ravine at the Arden Wood facility.
  • Reference:2017-015319ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 8th Street Bike Lane and Parking/Loading Changes - The proposed 8th Street Bike Lane and Parking/Loading Changes project involves: 1. Installing a parking-protected bikeway (Class IV) one block from Brannan Street to Townsend Street 2. One bus stop change 3. One accessible parking (blue zone) change 4. Short-term parking (green zone) changes 5. Commercial loading (yellow zone) changes 6. General metered and unmetered parking changes
  • Reference:2017-015407ENV
  • Received:Nov 29, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Lower Cherry Aqueduct Rehabilitation Phase 1 - The Project proposes to replace approximately 250 feet of existing 15-inch steel drain pipe in the forebay of the reservoir with 16-inch steel drain pipe on a new alignment. The new drain pipe would connect into the existing 42-inch penstock and tie back into the existing 15-inch drain pipe alignment that would remain in place downstream. All pipeline replacement activities would occur within the public (CCSF) right-of-way (ROW). The discharge location would remain unchanged and the old 15-inch drain pipe would be abandoned in place.
  • Reference:2017-015242ENV
  • Received:Nov 29, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - 11th Street Improvement Project between Market Street and Division Street - SFMTA proposes to establish a parking protected bikeway (Class IV Bikeway) and a standard on-street buffered bike lane (Class II Bikeway) on 11th Street between Market Street and Division Street, as well as associated parking and traffic changes needed to implement the bikeway. The proposed project aims to help achieve the City’s adopted Vision Zero policy which seeks to eliminate all traffic-related fatalities by 2024 and is supported by Mayor Ed Lee’s Executive Directive on Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety issued August 4, 2016.
  • Reference:2018-000899ENV
  • Received:Nov 14, 2017
  • Status:On Hold
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Description: SFPUC - Millbrae Interim Improvements Project - The proposed Project involves several components necessary to address existing safety issues and operations inefficiencies at various locations within the Yard property. None of the proposed work activities would require tree removal. Work activities include installation of a new compressed gas system and HVAC repairs at the existing Administration building, warehouse loading dock repairs, replacement of sidewalks and pathways, and repaving the front entrance area.
  • Reference:2017-014580ENV
  • Received:Nov 13, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Ocean Beach Long-Term Erosion Control Project - Pending...
  • Reference:2017-014375ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - AWSS Ingleside Pipeline Project: Jules Avenue - Grafton Avenue to Holloway Avenue - The proposed Project would install 1,900 linear feet of new water mains along Jules Avenue from Grafton Avenue to Ocean Avenue. Three hydrants would be installed aboveground along the alignment. Additionally, and prior to the water main installation, geotechnical work necessary for the design and construction of the Project would be conducted along the alignment.
  • Reference:2017-014369ENV
  • Received:Nov 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF REC & PARK - 670 Brunswick Street - Alice Chalmers Playground Renovation - SF REC & PARK: Alice Chalmers Playground Renovation - Consists of demolishing and replacing an existing children's playground, removal of sand which currently serves as the existing playground's safety surfacing, and installation of new play equipment, safety surfacing, planting, seating and tables.
  • Reference:2017-014589ENV
  • Received:Nov 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1420 for Meeting of 11/9/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 11/9/2017
  • Reference:2017-015226ENV
  • Received:Nov 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Mt. Tunnel Improve Project - SFPUC - Mt. Tunnel Improvement Project - Internal Tunnel Improvements (Repairs); Early Intake Adit; New South Fork Siphon Extension; New Priest Portal; New Flow Control Facilty
  • Reference:2017-014249ENV
  • Received:Nov 06, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovations No. 28 and Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed Project would replace existing iron stone pipe (ISP) and vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer with a total of approximately 4,990 linear feet (0.95 mile) of vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer lines along portions of Vermont St (from 23rd to 25th St), 24th St (from Kansas St to Rhode Island St), 23rd St (from Kansas St to Rhode Island St), Kansas St (from 22nd St to 23rd St), 22nd St (at Vermont St), De Haro St (from 23rd St to Southern Heights Ave), 23rd St (at Illinois St), 25th St (at Iowa St), Marin St (at Michigan St), and 23rd St (from Kirkham St to Judah St). Existing pipe diameters range in size from 8 to 21 inches. Replacement pipe diameters range in size from 12 to 27 inches and would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines (see enclosed plan and profile drawings). In addition to replacement activities, short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind.
  • Reference:2017-014283ENV
  • Received:Nov 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Order 5850 for Public Hearing on 11/17/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Date: 11/17/2017
  • Reference:2017-015224ENV
  • Received:Nov 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cathodic Protection Project for Transmission Pipelines at Various Locations, Phase 2 - The proposed project involves installation of cathodic protection for existing potable water transmission steel pipelines to prevent corrosive soil and groundwater from compromising the integrity of the water mains. The proposed cathodic protection would involve installation of a single impressed current anode at 15 locations connected to the steel pipeline by an anode wire running through 2 to 3-inch diameter electrical conduit. Each anode would measure 300 feet deep and 10 inches in diameter and would be located a minimum of three feet from the pipeline. An electric current between the anode and the pipeline would be provided by installing electrical cables between the nearest power source (typically a Pacific Gas & Electric Company overhead electric service wire) and a rectifier installed in an above-ground utility box measuring 40 inches wide 24 inches deep by 50 inches tall. The electrical cable would in turn connect the rectifier to the pipeline. Electrical cable between the PG&E service, the rectifier, the anode and the pipeline would be installed in underground conduit.
  • Reference:2017-014288ENV
  • Received:Nov 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - L-Taraval Rail Replacement and OH Rehabilitation - The L-Taraval light rail line, part of Muni’s Rapid Network, provides an important connection between the Sunset/Parkside district and downtown San Francisco for 28,000 daily riders. This project would replace and upgrade aging infrastructure on Taraval Street, including complete replacement of Muni rails and track support structure, rehabilitation of the overhead contact system (OCS), and traction power upgrades. The scope of work extends from Ulloa Street at Forest Side Avenue, which is four blocks west after exiting the West Portal Station, to 46th Avenue and Wawona Street along the LTaraval Line. The work that would be performed consists of the following: 1. Replace approximately 23,000 track feet of tie and ballast paved track along the L Taraval between Forestside Avenue near West Portal to La Playa including track pavement. This work would require approximately two (2) feet of excavation. 2. Replace worn overhead catenary system special work, trolley wire and trolley poles including attached streetlights. Trolley poles would require approximately eleven (11) feet of excavation. The attached project drawings indicate the locations of these; in some cases these poles are occupying new locations. Streelight pole installation would require approximately five (5) feet of excavation. 3. Replace traction power components including feeder breakers, remote terminal units1 and annunciator units2, electrical current telemetry devices,3 and approximately 850 feet of feeder cables, 1,250 feet of riser cables, and 1,250 feet of coduits. This work would require up to four (4) feet of excavation. 4. Install fiber between West Portal Substation and Taraval Substation. This would be installed within existing duct bank.
  • Reference:2017-015308ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Metro Track Switch Machine Replacement - This project consists of in-kind replacement of approximately 40 existing Muni Metro track switch machines1 at locations shown in Table 1. Existing flexible electrical wiring that powers and controls the Track Switch machines will also be replaced or repaired on an as-needed basis. The existing track switch machines are more than 40 years old and spare parts are becoming increasingly difficult to procure. The proposed project will be strictly limited to the confines of the SF Muni Rail Right-of-Way. New track switch machines will be installed at the same locations as the existing units. The existing concrete base around switch machines may need to be modified to properly fit replacement equipment. This may require breaking up a given machine’s concrete pad to a depth of up to six inches. No soil under the concrete pad will be excavated.
  • Reference:2017-015632ENV
  • Received:Nov 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5843 for Public Hearing on 11/3/2017 - SFMTA - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-013886ENV
  • Received:Oct 27, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5838 for Public Hearing on 10/27/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: o Approval Action Date: Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Action Date: 10/27/2017
  • Reference:2017-013880ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1419 for Meeting of 10/26/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 10/24/17
  • Reference:2017-013882ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 8-Inch Main Replacement Project on Geary Blvd from Van Ness to Stanyan - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along Geary Boulevard from Presidio Avenue to Van Ness Avenue in the Western Addition and Civic Center Districts of San Francisco. The total estimated length of water mains to be replaced is approximately 9,050 linear feet (1.7 miles).
  • Reference:2017-013624ENV
  • Received:Oct 23, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Physical Security Upgrade Project for Mixed Facilities at Moccasin - The SFPUC proposes to equip the Moccasin Schoolhouse and Moccasin Low Head facilities with various security components including video cameras, door contacts, card readers, keypads, electrified locks and motion sensors. The Project would also include integration of five existing gates located at Priest, Kirkwood Powerhouse, Holm Powerhouse, and the Early Intake Switchyard into the security system.
  • Reference:2017-013502ENV
  • Received:Oct 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Aviation Fuel Tank Construction Project - SFO: The proposed improvements would address supply concerns by constructing two 75,000 barrel tanks, which would ensure two additional days of reserve aviation fuel supply. Increasing the on-airport reserve supply period from 3.5 to 5.5 days would enable sufficient supply during tank closures for regular maintenance, repairs, extended outages, and fuel line interruptions without disruption to aircraft operations at the airport
  • Reference:2017-015894ENV
  • Received:Oct 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Laguna Honda Transit Shelter - The SFMTA and the District 7 Board of Supervisor’s Office proposes to board up and repaint the disused transit shelter located at approximately 261 Laguna Honda Blvd. This transit shelter is a woodframed structure clad in stucco and set into a concrete retaining wall that stretches along the western property line of the Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center. This transit shelter is not lit, and in recent years its interior has served as a collection point for trash and human refuse.
  • Reference:2017-013894ENV
  • Received:Oct 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Paul Avenue Sharrow Conversion - The Paul Avenue Sharrow Conversion Project will convert a 1135 foot section of Class II bikeway to Class III Bikeway (Sharrows) on the north side of Paul Avenue, between Third Street and Wheat Street. The project will restore 28 parallel parking spots on this stretch of Paul Avenue and provide two 80 foot long bus Zones for the Muni 29 bus route. With the last recorded speeds on Paul being more than 30 MPH in both directions at the 85th percentile, the SFMTA may also install speed cushions on the street. Paul Avenue is 36 feet wide and has a 25 MPH speed limit. The street will have one 18 foot wide westbound lane for parking and shared motor‐vehicle and bicycle travel and one 11 foot wide eastbound travel lane and a 7 foot wide Class II bike lane adjacent to the curb. There currently is no parking on the eastbound (south) side of Paul Avenue, and that condition will remain with this project.
  • Reference:2017-013224ENV
  • Received:Oct 13, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Hetch Hetchy and Cherry Lake Roads Guardrail Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the installation or replacement of approximately 2,728 feet of guardrails along portions of Hetch Hetchy and Cherry Lake Roads in the Stanislaus National Forest. Existing guardrails would be replaced and new guardrails would be installed along the outer edge of the roadway in accordance with Caltrans safety standards. Guardrails would be installed using either drilled piers approximately 2-feet in diameter or driven 6- to 8-inch square steel or wooden posts, to a depth of approximately 6 feet at approximately 6-foot intervals.
  • Reference:2017-013147ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Auxiliary Water Supply System 2017 Clarendon Water Supply Project - The proposed project involves a pipeline tie-in which starts on Dellbrook Ave and routes across Clarendon Avenue to an existing 20-inch-diameter AWSS pipeline. The proposed pipeline, flow meter access hatches, aboveground air gap, and check-valve vault are located within the right-of-way of Dellbrook Avenue and Clarendon Avenue. The Project would install approximately 400 feet of piping between 16- and 24- inches in diameter. The trench to install the pipeline would be approximately 12-foot-deep and 4-foot-wide. The piping would connect the existing potable water pipes running up Dellbrook Avenue and La Avanzada Street to an existing AWSS line in Clarendon Avenue. An 18-foot-long, 22-foot-wide, and 10-foot-high fenced, aboveground air-gap and panel enclosure would also be installed within the right-of-way of Clarendon Avenue but outside of the paved roadway. A 1-foot-wide perimeter around the fenced area would be graded to direct storm water runoff towards the nearest catch basin. Adjacent to the enclosed air gap will be 12-foot-long, 20-foot-wide belowground valve vault with access hatches flush with grade. The section of Dellbrook Avenue between La Avanzada Avenue and Clarendon Avenue would be closed to traffic during the approximately nine-month-long construction period, and one lane of traffic on Clarendon Avenue would remain open during Project activities which include geotechnical and survey work. Once the proposed work has been completed, the pavement surface of the streets would be renovated according to San Francisco Public Works standards. The proposed Project would also motorize 1 existing AWSS pipeline gate-valve from local manual operation to remote-controlled motorized operation. The existing valve is located in the eastern corner of the Twin Peaks Boulevard and Clarendon Avenue intersection. The new motorized gate-valve would remotely close in the event of a main break, to preserve the high pressure firefighting system. By Project completion, this gate-valve would be operated remotely from the electrical grid and with emergency power from the site batteries during an electrical power failure. The existing 6-foot by 6-foot concrete valve vault in Twin Peaks Boulevard would be demolished. New electrical actuators would be installed on the existing 20-inch ductile iron gate-valve with a 4-inch bypass gate valve. The new 7-foot-wide by 9-foot-long cast-in-place concrete valve vault would replace the existing valve vault. The valve vault would require a removable cover with a double-leaf access door and 23-inch-square manhole cover and frame. The new valve vault would require a sump pump to discharge collected water through a discharge pipe to the nearest sewer manhole. A below-grade battery vault, controller pedestal, antenna pole and PG&E electric meter pedestal would be installed on the sidewalk. Work would include wiring in a conduit between the meter and an above-ground controller cabinet measuring 3 feet wide by 3 feet long by 4 feet high; a subsurface battery vault measuring 4 feet wide by 6 feet long by 3 feet deep, and the valve vault. The maximum depth of excavation would be eleven feet.
  • Reference:2017-013130ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Parcel: 0677012
Description: Sutter and Fillmore - Issei garden - Landscape improvements (Issei garden)
  • Reference:2017-004228ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2017
  • Status:Submitted
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3850 17TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFDPW: Castro Mission Health Center Renovation - 3850 17th Street - SFDPW: Renovate the building which houses the Castro-Mission Health Center at 3850 17th Street in the Castro neighborhood. Seismically upgrading the building by adding six new concrete shear walls the exterior of the building. Care will be taken to blend the appearance of the new walls to the existing appearance of the building.
  • Reference:2017-013059ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1301 PIERCE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFDPW: Maxine Hall Health Center - 1301 Pierce Street - SFDPW - Renovate the building which houses the Maxine Hall Health Center at 1301 Pierce Street. Seismic upgrades to both the exterior and the interior building surfaces, as well as renovation and rearrangement of the interior floor plan and work space.
  • Reference:2017-012958ENV
  • Received:Oct 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1418 for Meeting of 10/12/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 10/12/2017
  • Reference:2017-013875ENV
  • Received:Oct 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5835 for Public Hearing on 10/20/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board of Directors/City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 10/20/2017
  • Reference:2017-013770ENV
  • Received:Oct 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Outer Taraval Street Parking Time Limits - The SFMTA proposes to establish time-limited parking on outer Taraval Street in order to increase parking turnover, thereby allowing customers improved access to commercial businesses in the Outer Sunset neighborhood. This project is proposed in consultation and request of merchants and commercial businesses on Taraval Street. The parking time limits would be installed at several locations along Taraval Street between 33rd and 47th avenues.
  • Reference:2017-013269ENV
  • Received:Oct 09, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Otis Street Right Turn Pocket at Duboce - SFMTA proposes to extend an existing right turn pocket on Otis Street to approximately 75 feet in length at the southbound approach to Duboce Avenue. The purpose of this change is to reduce vehicle queuing on Otis Street that hinders through travel to Mission Street, an important Muni corridor traversed by multiple high-frequency bus routes including the 14-Mission, 14R-Mission Rapid, and 49- Van Ness Mission. ESTABLISH – TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME Otis Street, west side, from Duboce Avenue to 75 feet northerly (right-turn pocket replaces yellow metered space 152) The proposed project would entail the removal of approximately one (1) commercial loading space. This loading zone is located in front of a self-storage facility that is able to accommodate loading in a private off-street lot. Further, another commercial loading zone exists immediately north to that which would be removed. As all adjacent buildings have off-street parking and loading facilities, SFMTA does not expect the loading removal to affect loading operations nor increase street conflicts due to double parking.
  • Reference:2017-013264ENV
  • Received:Oct 09, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Tenderloin Station Parking - SFMTA proposes to convert approximately 34 parking spaces around the intersection of Eddy and Ellis streets to parking for SFPD and emergency vehicles only. These parking spaces would be for marked SFPD vehicles accessing the Tenderloin Police Station (301 Eddy Street), where no off-street parking facility currently exists.
  • Reference:2017-013255ENV
  • Received:Oct 09, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Powder Activated Carbon Units Installation Project at Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant - The proposed Project involves installation of a Powder Activated Carbon (PAC) slurry system at the Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP) in order to address recent and more frequent taste and odor events caused by by-products of algae growing naturally in the San Antonio and Calaveras Reservoirs. The Project site would be located in a previously disturbed area at the southern end of the SVWTP site across from an existing access road and Flocculation Basins 3 and 4. The Project site would be cleared, grubbed and graded and non-native grasses and eight to twelve small trees (less than 4 inches in diameter) would be removed. Work activities would include construction of 2 concrete pads, installation of the PAC slurry system, 5 utility vaults, pathways, new utility trenches and propane tank slab and gas trench.
  • Reference:2017-012872ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW - Program CE - Resurfacing, Curb Ramps, Sidewalk Repair - SFDPW: Roadway Resurfacing, as-needed sidewalk repair, and curb ramp programs.
  • Reference:2017-013209ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW: Program CE - Bureau of Urban Forestry - SFDPW: Removal and Replacement of Street Trees - "removal of healthy, mature, scenic trees except for forestry or agricultural purposes" from consideration under Categorical Exemption Class 4, Minor Alterations to Land.
  • Reference:2017-013191ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW: Program CE - Public Works Structures Maintenance - SFDPW: Resurfacing and Curb Ramp Programs - Maintain public structures, including movable bridges, static vehicular bridges, viaducts, overpasses, tunnels, retaining walls, and staircases, with associated appurtenances such as fencing. Principal maintenance activities include: steel corrosion repair; concrete spall and crack repair; repair or replacement of fencing; mechanical/electrical/plumbing maintenance, streetscape maintenance, erosion control.
  • Reference:2017-013188ENV
  • Received:Oct 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Camp Mather Challenge Course - 35250 Camp Mather Road - SFPUC: 35250 Camp Mather Challenge Course - Installation of a "challenge course" at Camp Mather Family Camp in Tuolumne County, CA to provide opportunities for people of all ages and with a variety of physical skills to participate in new and challenging physical experiences. The course would be constructed in a wooded area near Birch Lake and would be operated between May and October every year. The course would have a total of 17 stations.
  • Reference:2017-014794ENV
  • Received:Sep 29, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5830 for public hearing 10/6/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: TBD
  • Reference:2017-012493ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5828 for Public Hearing on 9/29/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Action Date: 9/29/2017
  • Reference:2017-013878ENV
  • Received:Sep 27, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT 1417th for Meeting of 9/28/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 9/28/2017
  • Reference:2017-012498ENV
  • Received:Sep 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Materials Recovery Shelter - SFO - Construct a shelter building to enclose two waste material compactors and three front-end-loader materials receptacles. The proposed shelter would accommodate composting, recycling, and other materials recovery operations in the West Field and North Field areas of the Airport.
  • Reference:2017-012144ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Taxiway B5 Reconstruction and Plot 9 Reconstruction Project - SFO - 1) Reconstruct of Taxiway B% and 2) Overlay and construction of pavement within an area designated as plot 9.
  • Reference:2017-012141ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW - 350 Amber Drive - Academy Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing & Structural Project - Addition of air conditioning to selected classrooms and offices; Replacement of aging boilers, fans, and main electrical switchboard; addition of electrical receptacles; Reroofing; Voluntary seismic mitigation work; Selected accessibility.
  • Reference:2017-012033ENV
  • Received:Sep 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Rec & Park: 1750 Oak Street - Panhandle Playground Renovation - SF REC & PARK: Renovation of an existing children's playground, including removal of existing play equipment and sand, installation of new playground equipment and other playground features including gathering area, planting and surfacing. The project also includes pathway upgrades to provide ADA-compliant path of travel between the playground and the restroom and the playground and ADA parking, small scale renovation of the existing maintenance shed area, including possible demolition of the maintenance shed.
  • Reference:2017-011776ENV
  • Received:Sep 13, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5823 for Public Hearing 9/15/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action : SFMTA Board Approval Date: 9/15/2017
  • Reference:2017-011645ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1416th meeting date 9/14/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 9/14/2017
  • Reference:2017-011650ENV
  • Received:Sep 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Pavement Renovation No. 31A and Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed Project would replace existing iron stone pipe (ISP) with a total of approximately 1,044 linear feet (0.2 mile) of vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer lines. Existing pipe diameters range in size from 8 to 18 inches. Replacement pipe diameters range in size from 12 to 18 inches and would be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines. On Baker Street between Miley and Filbert streets, the proposed Project would line an existing 2-foot by 3-foot egg-shaped reinforced concrete sewer with cured-in-place liner (CIPL). On Baker Street at Broadway, the proposed Project would plug and fill 22 feet of ISP that is not in use. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind.
  • Reference:2017-011429ENV
  • Received:Sep 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Kirkland Facility - SFMTA - Facilities - HRER Review for Kirkland Facility only.
  • Reference:2017-014434ENV
  • Received:Sep 01, 2017
  • Status:On Hold
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Description: SFPUC - San Antonio Pipeline Leak Repair Project - The Project proposes to repair a leak on the San Antonio Pipeline, located in the Sunol Valley adjacent to Calaveras Road, east of Interstate 680 and south of the San Antonio Creek bridge. Work activities include replacement of 16 linear feet (lf) of pre-stressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) with welded steel pipe. The pipeline repair would require excavation of a trench approximately 22 feet by 12 feet by 10 feet deep. Per Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards, the walls of a trench more than 5 feet deep would be shored on both sides to prevent cave-ins.
  • Reference:2017-011228ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Presidio Facility - SFMTA - Facilities - HRER Review for Presidio Facility only.
  • Reference:2017-014431ENV
  • Received:Aug 30, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Brannan Street Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed Project would modify and/or replace existing brick sewer with a total of approximately 1,420 linear feet (0.27 mile) of high density polyethylene pipe (HDPE) or vitrified clay pipe (VCP). Replacement pipe diameters range in size from 12 to 15 inches and would be installed in the same alignments as (or within) the existing brick sewer. On Brannan Street between 9th and 8th streets, the proposed Project would replace a reinforced concrete (RC) encased pipeline on piles with 347 feet of VCP on a RC foundation. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind.
  • Reference:2017-011094ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Additional Emergency Road and Culvert Repairs Due to Storm Damage - Due to storm damage in Tuolumne County during the winter of 2016-2017, portions of eight different roadways providing access to Hetch Hetchy infrastructure and facilities are in need of emergency repair work, including Cherry Oil Road, Granite Portal Line Road, Cherry Valve House Road, Lower Cherry Aqueduct Road, Lake Eleanor Dam Road, Communications Facility Road, North Mountain Road, and Tower 167S Access Road culvert crossings.
  • Reference:2017-010841ENV
  • Received:Aug 23, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Columbia Square Street One-Way Conversion - The proposed one-way conversion is on Columbia Square Street between Folsom Street and Harrison Street. This one-block section of Columbia Square Street would be converted into a one-way northbound street, with one lane of traffic. Proposed Project This project would establish Columbia Square Street as having one-way operation between Folsom Street and Harrison Street. Existing curbside parking would not be changed as a result of the one-way conversion. The typical cross-section would be seven foot parking lanes on each side of the street, and a 15-foot one-way northbound vehicle lane. The appropriate regulatory signage would be installed including one-way signs, and the corresponding no right turn sign at an adjacent intersection. Additionally, the southbound STOP sign would be removed. The proposed project would not result in changes to transit, parking, or loading. No public transit routes traverse Columbua Square Street.
  • Reference:2017-011182ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - CPT 829 Rail Signal Upgrades - This project will standardize existing Transit Signals1 and Switch Signals2 across the Muni Metro rail network. Currently there are three different types of Transit Signals utilized to regulate rail traffic at signalized locations. This project will standardize these to a single type that utilizes a 12” signal head with a Red Horizontal Bar indication for the restricted Transit Signal, and a white vertical bar to indicate proceed. Red Horizontal Bar signals have already been installed along the Embarcadero and the T-Line. This project will complete the installation at remaining locations across the San Francisco rail network. Switch Signals will be standardized to utilize 12” signal heads with amber vertical and diagonal bars (these indicate switch position). This will make Switch Signals more legible to operators, as well as better distinguish Switch Signals from Transit Signals (which regulate rail traffic). All work will be limited to existing rail signals on existing poles. No excavation will occur. No modifications to existing transit signal pole structures will occur.
  • Reference:2017-011178ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5811 for public hearing 8/25/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Action Date: 8/25/17
  • Reference:2017-010913ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1415th meeting on 8/2417 - : Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 8/24/17
  • Reference:2017-010917ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5815 for Public Hearing on 9/1/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Action Date: 9/1/17
  • Reference:2017-010920ENV
  • Received:Aug 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SF REC & PARK - 61 John F. Shelley Dr. - John McLaren Park - SF REC & PARK: Upgrades to the Group Picnic Area at John McLaren Park. The Group Picnic area is off of Shelley Drive and includes two picnic areas with tables, counters, BBQs, and trash cans. All amenities will either be preserved or replaced in kind. Additionally, water fountains will be installed, and existing sink will be removed.
  • Reference:2017-011733ENV
  • Received:Aug 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5808 for public hearing 8/18/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: City Traffic Engineer / SFMTA Board of Directors o Approval Action Date: 8/18/2017
  • Reference:2017-010909ENV
  • Received:Aug 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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66 BAY ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2099 KEARNY ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2095 KEARNY ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 NORTH POINT ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - North Shore Pump Station Wet Weather Improvements Project - The project would replace four existing dry-weather pumps inside the existing North Shore Pump Station with larger pumps. Associated structural and electrical upgrades and modifications would be implemented to accommodate the increased pumps and electrical demand. Two dry-weather coarse-bar screens would be replaced within the pump station's east and west dry-weather channels. The outlet sluice gate hydraulic actuators, immediately downstream of the bar screens, would also be replaced. Additional upgrades include replacement of the pump station's HVAC system, re-roofing of the pump station, rehabilitation of the personnel elevator, replacement of lighting fixtures, and upgrade of the process dewatering system. Construction of these proposed Project components would take place entirely within the existing pump station. The only exterior alteration would be the roof replacement. However, neither ground disturbance nor excavation would be required to implement this portion of the proposed Project. The proposed project also would entail demolition of an existing building, NPF 510, housing SFPW’s Materials Testing Laboratory, a 66 feet by 42 feet by 31 feet high building, removal and replacement of the ferrous chloride chemical tanks/pumps, and provision of a new loading dock in lieu of an existing loading ramp. After demolition of NPF 510, a new ferrous chloride system would be installed on a concrete pad at the same location, would consist of two tanks, each 19 feet tall, and 12 feet in diameter. The yard would be regraded, and a new loading dock would be installed. Four metering pumps for would be installed next to the tanks. Demolition of NPF 510 would entail excavation to below the existing foundation of the building, to a total depth of 5 feet. The area that would be excavated would be approximately 3,000 square feet. In the area between NPF 510 and the NSS structure, facilities and paving aboveground would be removed to the base of the existing paving, and the surface would be re-graded and paved. Regrading, including construction of a surficial drainage swale, would disturb soils to a depth of up to 6.5 feet below the existing surface. The northern exterior wall of the NPF 510 building currently also serves as a portion of the northern perimeter wall for the NPF. After NPF 510 is demolished, this segment of the existing perimeter wall would be reconstructed to enclose the NPF site, including NSS. The new wall segment would match the remainder of the existing wall in height (approximately 13 feet) and appearance. Two street trees on North Point Street would be removed during construction. New street trees (planting depth of approximately 2-feet maximum) would be replanted post-construction. Any landscaping on North Point Street that would be affected by construction also would be restored.
  • Reference:2017-010521ENV
  • Received:Aug 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Various Locations Sewer Replacement and Pavement Renovation No. 5 Project - The proposed Project would replace existing iron stone pipe (ISP) sewer with a total of approximately 4,423 linear feet (0.84 mile) of vitrified clay pipe (VCP) sewer lines. Existing pipe diameters range in size from 8 to 15 inches. Replacement pipe diameters range in size from 10 to 21 inches and would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines
  • Reference:2017-010485ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation - Modesto Bike Path 5 Tower Project - 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 along Lines 7 and 8 and Lines 3 and 4 of the 115-kilovolt (kV) system. The proposed modifications would not result in an increase or expansion of systems use or capability.
  • Reference:2017-010472ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Golden Gate Park Traffic Safety Project - SFMTA proposes to implement several traffic calming measures within Golden Gate Park to improve visual connections and reduce safety hazards. Project elements include the following: speed humps, raised crosswalks and speed tables, new striped crosswalks, updated striped crosswalks, intersection turn guidance on JFK Drive, one-way traffic conversion of 30th Avenue, as well as several intersection spot improvements.
  • Reference:2017-011188ENV
  • Received:Aug 08, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Trackwork Repair and Replacement - SFMTA proposes in-kind repair and/or replacement of trackwork and track support systems at various locations. This work will be limited to the Muni Track Right of Way and 2 feet outside of the rails. The work will neither disturb sidewalks nor alter existing roadway configurations. Excavation work will be limited to about 16 inches, in order to replace the ties and ballast.
  • Reference:2017-011190ENV
  • Received:Aug 08, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Metro Station Enhancements - The SFMTA proposes replacement and upgrades to existing Muni Metro station infrastructures. All work will be limited strictly to the confines of MUNI Metro Tunnel Platform and Mezzanine areas and will take place at the following Muni Metro stations: Embarcadero, Montgomery Street, Powell Street, Civic Center, Van Ness, Church Street, Castro Street, Forest Hill, and West Portal. The project elements would vary by station, but will include the following work: • New paint. • In-kind replacement of wayfinding signs. These will be back-lit to meet MTC standards. • New wayfinding signs where needed. • New electrical conduit to power back-lit wayfinding signs. • Installation of screens or panels to cover electrical conduit. • New or in-kind replacement customer seating. • New or in-kind replacement of interior station lighting. • In-kind replacement of stairway handrails or installation of handrail extensions (to improve accessibility).
  • Reference:2017-010215ENV
  • Received:Aug 08, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 17th Street Class IV Bikeway - This memo is to request environmental clearance to remove curbside parking and install a Class IV Bikeway on 17th Street between Church Street and Sanchez Street. The subject block of 17th Street currently has one eastbound and one westbound vehicle lane with parking on both sides of the street, streetcar tracks in each travel lane, and minimal bicycle markings. The proposed project would remove the parking on both sides of 17th Street between Church and Sanchez Streets and install a Class IV bikeway in each direction along the curb
  • Reference:2017-010216ENV
  • Received:Aug 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Reservoir Gate Tower 3 Rehabilitation Project - The proposed Project would renovate a 95-year-old reservoir gate and tower structure located in the northern portion of Moccasin Reservoir. Project activities include replacement and upgrade of existing internal components including a 54-foot gate shaft, electric powered actuator with pedestal stand, and control power panel and associated wiring. New conduit would be routed in parallel to existing conduit inside the tower and connect to the existing relay box in the tower control room. Additionally, exterior bird nesting deterrents would be installed around the perimeter of the roof and eve of Tower 3, the lower perimeter of the tower, as well as along the underside of the tower access bridge.
  • Reference:2017-010002ENV
  • Received:Aug 04, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1414th meeting on 8/10/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 8/10/2017
  • Reference:2017-010217ENV
  • Received:Aug 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Shelley Drive Traffic Safety Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) and the Recreation and Parks Department are partnering on the Shelley Drive Traffic Safety Project to improve the safety of all travelers on John F. Shelley Drive, a 1.25 mile road McLaren Park. This project is in response to a request from Recreation and Parks Director Phil Ginsburg for speed reduction and improved crossings based on a history of citizen complaints. The proposed project would include traffic calming improvements such as speed humps, speed tables, and painted safety zones for pedestrians. Attachment A provides further details on the proposed project.
  • Reference:2017-011186ENV
  • Received:Aug 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - San Antonio Reservoir Turner Dam Emergency Erosion Repair Project - An approximately 11,400 square-foot area along the grassland slope of the San Antonio Reservoir Dam, approximately 110 feet downslope of the spillway and rip rap, has eroded. There was some limited erosion previously that was significantly exacerbated by the severe winter storms of 2016-2017 and related discharges. To stabilize the eroded area, the project would clear the area of loose materials and vegetation, line the hole with a geotextile fabric, fill the hole with compact gravel aggregate and 4 to 18 inches of rip rap at the surface to match existing grade, and bury the edges of the fabric at grade. Access would be via an existing SFPUC dirt road. Equipment would include 18-wheeler trucks for delivery, off road dump trucks, compactors, and excavators.
  • Reference:2017-009701ENV
  • Received:Jul 31, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Materials Testing Laboratory - Remove the four trailers and replace them with a new prefabricated laboratory building that would be constructed off site and transported to and assembled at the Airport.
  • Reference:2017-009601ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFO - Emergency Response Facilities #2 & #1 Improvments - Installation of temporary living quarters at ERF #2 and ERF #1. Each Project Component is described below.
  • Reference:2017-009606ENV
  • Received:Jul 26, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5800 for public hearing 8/4/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 8/4/2017
  • Reference:2017-009358ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5785 for public hearing 6/30/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 6/30/2017
  • Reference:2017-009352ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1413th meeting on 7/27/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 7/27/2017
  • Reference:2017-009355ENV
  • Received:Jul 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: DPW - UN Plaza - DPW - Install a groundwater capture and reuse system by partially dismantling and replacing piping in underground service vault of the UN Plaza Fountain and weirs in the underground fountain reservoir, with lines for water running under Plaza under existing granite compass rose and existing landscaping to new access vaults at curbs on McAllister and Market Street.
  • Reference:2017-009665ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: DPW - JC DeCaux Kiosk & Automatic Toilet Replacement Project - SFDPW - Addendum to Case #1993.504E - Modification consist of the removal of 25 existing toilets and 114 existing kiosks and their replacement with modern toilets and kiosks. Both the existing model of public toilet and the replacement model are self-cleaning, handicapped accessible, and connected directly to city sewer, water and electrical lines. They both are approximately 10 feet in height. Both the existing model and proposed models of advertising/public service kiosks range from 14 to 17 feet in height, are 5 to 6 feet in diameter, and have three illuminated vertical panels about 12 feet tall. Sixty-nine of the existing kiosks were designed to contain newsstands.
  • Reference:2017-009220ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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135 SANCHEZ ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1443 GROVE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1145 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2150 CALIFORNIA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3880 26TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFFD Hose Tower Removal Fire Station - Fire Station Removal of fire station hose towers structurally insufficient to withstand a reasonably foreseeable seismic event.
  • Reference:2017-009164ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA Order 5796 for public hearing 7/28/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Date: 7/28/2017
  • Reference:2017-009196ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Transmission Line Clearance Mitigation - Modesto Bike Path 5 Tower Project - The proposed Project would correct transmission line clearance deficiencies that have been detected along Lines 7 and 8 and Lines 3 and 4 of the 115-kilovolt (kV) system. The proposed modifications would not result in an increase or expansion of systems use or capability.
  • Reference:2017-009162ENV
  • Received:Jul 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Investigation for the AWSS University Mound East Pipeline Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct a potholing investigation of subsurface soils in the Excelsior and Bayview neighborhoods of San Francisco in order to locate utilities necessary to further the design of the Auxiliary Water Supply System - University Mound East Pipeline.
  • Reference:2017-009159ENV
  • Received:Jul 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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2 RANKIN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Purchase of 2 Rankin Street - The SFPUC proposes to purchase 2 Rankin Street, which is currently being used as a Storage Yard. The SFPUC would continue to use the property as a Storage Yard.
  • Reference:2017-009148ENV
  • Received:Jul 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Installation of Tom Nolan Commemorative Plaque - This project entails the installation of a commemorative plaque inside Castro Street Muni Station. The plaque would commemorate and honor Tom Nolan’s significant and lasting contributions to public transportation in San Francisco and throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. The plaque would be placed within the station and would not exceed three feet by three feet in size.
  • Reference:2017-009169ENV
  • Received:Jul 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Potrero Trolley Coach Facility - SFMTA - Facilities - HRER Review for Potrero Trolley Coach Facility only. Site is located at 2500 Mariposa Street.
  • Reference:2017-009673ENV
  • Received:Jul 17, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Parcel: 9900064
Description: SF PORT - Terry Francois Blvd/16th Street - The project involves development of a proposed double-sided ferry landing to provide regional ferry service, and a separate double-sided water taxi landing to provide local water taxi access, to/from the Mission Bay area and surrounding neighborhoods, and to further activate existing maritime activity along the waterfront.
  • Reference:2017-008824ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1412 for Meeting on 7/13/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board or ISCOTT Committee Approval Date: 7/13/2017
  • Reference:2017-008672ENV
  • Received:Jul 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5790 for public hearing 7/14/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 7/14/17
  • Reference:2017-008402ENV
  • Received:Jul 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Parcel: 9900070
Description: SFPORT - Building 64 on Pier 70 (in the SF Bay south of Pier 68) Foot of 20th Street - SFPORT - The proposed project is to demolish the former Electrical Power Substation within the Union Iron Works Historic District because the pile support substructure has failed and the building has collapsed into the Bay creating a navigational hazard. The building has lost its integrity and no longer qualifies as a contributing resource to the historic district. Long term the Port proposes to remove the entire Pier 70 Wharf 8 pier facility, a non-contributing resources within the historic district, when funding becomes available.
  • Reference:2017-008222ENV
  • Received:Jun 28, 2017
  • Status:Open
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Description: SF PORT - Mission Bay Ferry Landing Project - The proposed project involves development of a proposed double-sided ferry landing to provide regional ferry service, and a separate double-sided water taxi landing to provide local water taxi access, to/from the Mission Bay area and surrounding neighborhoods, and to further activate existing maritime activity along the waterfront.
  • Reference:2017-007973ENV
  • Received:Jun 26, 2017
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFMTA - Gough Street Signal Upgrade - SFMTA - The Gough Street - Signal Upgrade Project will upgrade existing traffic signals at the following 17 locations.
  • Reference:2017-007804ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Octavia Blvd. Enhancements and Page Street Neighborway Project - SFMTA - Proposed project is concerned with changes to two intersecting corridors, identified as Octavia Blvd Enhancements and Page Street Neighborway. The Octavia Blvd Enhancements will modify the northbound (NB) local lane of Octavia Blvd. between Haight & Hayes Street. The Page Street Neighborway aims to improve the safety and comfort of people walking and bicycling along the Page Street corridor.
  • Reference:2017-007812ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Northwest Bernal Residential Permit Parking Area - SFMTA - Establish a new Residential Permit Parking Area in Bernal Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. The proposed RPP Area is generally bounded by Cesar Chavez Street, Mission Street, Folsom Street and Virginia Avenue.
  • Reference:2017-007815ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1820 NEWCOMB AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1200 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1250 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Revised Southeast Greenhouses Demolition Project - The proposed project involves the demolition of existing greenhouses and an adjoining administrative building/exhibit hall at 1150 Phelps Street, including 5 feet of excavation over 26 square feet, totaling approximately 458 cubic yards.
  • Reference:2017-007807ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Alemany Bike Lanes Project - SFMTA - Proposes to implement a set of safety improvements to Alemany Blvd. between Putnam Street & Bayshore Blvd.
  • Reference:2017-007810ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1411th meeting on 6/22/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-007683ENV
  • Received:Jun 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Baden Valve Lot 2017 Valve and CSPL Manway Installation Project - Work would consist of 1) installing four manways (access points) on the Crystal Springs Pipeline No. 2 in South San Francisco and San Bruno, including two above-ground risers totaling approximately 50 square feet each; 2) installing two underground valves in South San Francisco– one on San Antonio Pipeline No. 1 at the intersection of W. Orange Ave and El Camino Real and a second on Crystal Springs Pipeline No. 2 south of W. Orange Ave; and 3) spot repair of the lining of portions of the Crystal Springs Pipeline No. 2.
  • Reference:2017-007721ENV
  • Received:Jun 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5782 for public hearing 6/23/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Committee Approval Date: 6/23/2017
  • Reference:2017-007687ENV
  • Received:Jun 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: BOS - File #170682 - Ordinance to Fire Code - BOS File #170682: Ordinance amending the Fire Code to increase the fees for certain Fire Department services, and affirming the Planning Department's determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2017-007654ENV
  • Received:Jun 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Investigation for Bay Corridor Transmission & Distribution Project - The proposed Investigation involves a total of 14 pothole (excavation to determine the location of utility lines) locations along Illinois Street between 16th and 18th Streets. The dimension of each pothole trench is approximately 2 feet wide by 8 feet long by 7 feet deep.
  • Reference:2017-007535ENV
  • Received:Jun 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Pink Triangle-2017 - Temporary installation of a banner at Christmas Tree Point (Twin Peaks) illuminated by portable floodlights from dusk on June 23, 2017 until 11:50 PM on June 25, 2017.
  • Reference:2017-007483ENV
  • Received:Jun 14, 2017
  • Status:Open
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Description: SFO - Airport Development Plan 2016 - Airport Development Plan Environmental Impact Report - Various construction and enhancement to SFO which would include Airfield, Passenger Terminal, Ground Access and Parking, Support Facilities, and Utilities.
  • Reference:2017-007468ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Anza Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed Project would replace a segment of an existing 8-inch-diameter pipeline with 12-inch-diameter vitrified clay pipe (VCP) and replace associated manholes along Anza Street in the Richmond neighborhood of San Francisco. Additionally, a segment of 21-inchdiameter pipeline along 24th Avenue and would be replaced with VCP of the same size. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. A total of approximately 2,052 linear feet (lf) (approximately 0.39 mile) of pipeline would be replaced.
  • Reference:2017-007340ENV
  • Received:Jun 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA order 5777 for public hearing 6/16/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-007192ENV
  • Received:Jun 08, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - New 24-, 8- and 4-Inch Diameter Water Mains Project in Bernal Heights - The proposed Project would install less than one mile (3,557 linear feet) of new water mains under various streets in the Bernal Heights neighborhood, including Prospect Ave., Coso Ave., Coleridge St., Fair Ave., and Mission St.
  • Reference:2017-007120ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 8-, 12-, & 16-Inch Ductile Iron Water Main Replacements Project on 16th Street - The SFPUC proposes to conduct water distribution system replacement and upgrades along 16th Street from Church Street to Third Street in the Mission, Potrero Hill, and Dogpatch neighborhoods of San Francisco. The total estimated length of water mains to be replaced is approximately 19,810 linear feet (3.75 miles).
  • Reference:2017-007139ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigation for the AWSS University Mound East Pipeline Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct a geotechnical investigation of subsurface soils in the Excelsior and Bayview neighborhoods of San Francisco in order to provide information necessary to further the design of the Auxiliary Water Supply System - University Mound East Pipeline.
  • Reference:2017-007149ENV
  • Received:Jun 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Sanchez/Octavia Bicycle Connections - The purpose of this memo is to secure environmental clearance for Class II bike lanes on Sanchez Street and Octavia Boulevard. These bike lane upgrades will establish safer connections from the Octavia Boulevard bike route and the Sanchez Street bike route to bike lanes on Market Street. The goal of the Sanchez Street changes is to better connect the bike route on Sanchez Street with the bike lanes on Market Street. To do so, the SFMTA proposes green bike boxes on Sanchez Street in the north and southbound directions to allow people biking a place to wait while turning left onto Market Street on continuing straight onto Sanchez Street. The SFMTA does not build bike boxes unless there is a bike lane on the street. Lead-in bike lanes allow for bikes to have a safe and clear path of travel around stopped vehicles and into the bike box. The SFMTA proposes short, lead-in bike lanes on north- and southbound Sanchez Street to provide a safe path of travel into these planned bike boxes. The goal of the Octavia Boulevard changes is to solve a long-standing area of conflict between bikes and vehicles at the intersection of Octavia/Market. The current configuration forces people biking south on the Octavia frontage road to travel adjacent to motor vehicle traffic in order to cross Market Street. This traffic is often moving at high speeds as drivers prepare to enter the US-101 freeway. The SFMTA proposes to remove the Class I bike path and short segment of Class II southbound bike lanes at this location and instead paint Class II bike lanes on the southbound Octavia Boulevard frontage road from Waller Street to Market Street. The Class I bike path will be filled in with concrete and the Class II bike lane space adjacent to Octavia Boulevard will be filled with a concrete curb extension.
  • Reference:2017-007292ENV
  • Received:Jun 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Brannan Street Bicycle Lanes - The proposed project would install bicycle lanes in both directions on Brannan Street between Division and 8th Streets. The addition of bicycle lanes on these two blocks of Brannan Street provides connectivity to existing bicycle lanes on 8th Street, Division Street, and Potrero Avenue. Additionally, the sidewalks on both sides of Brannan Street west of 8th Street would be widened by approximately six feet.
  • Reference:2017-007264ENV
  • Received:Jun 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cherry Valley Dam Emergency Valve Repair Project - Valves at the Cherry Valve House (just below the Cherry Lake Dam) require emergency repairs. Inspection and repair of the valves requires the SFPUC to lower the reservoir to access, isolate, and repair the valves. The SFPUC would lower the reservoir in a controlled manner to below the Intake Tower to an elevation that would allow the SFPUC to safely inspect and repair or replace the valves. This could entail lowering the water level to a nearly fully drained elevation. The SFPUC will maintain some water in the reservoir for aquatic refuge and to maintain some downstream flow to Cherry Creek. The full extent of valve damage is unknown. Repair work could involve removing the metal body seat rings and disc seat rings and the associated clamps and other valve components; inspecting and cleaning the components; and installing replacement components as needed.
  • Reference:2017-006848ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW - Islais Creek Bridge Rehabilitation - SFDPW - Rehabilitate and repair the Islais Creek Bridge (Bridge No. 34C0024). Repairing and replacing various components of the bridge to bring them up to current seismic and service standards; replacement and upgrades to bridge safety features; all of which would serve to increase the bridge's service life an additional 50 years. Without preventative replacement, repair, and seismic compliance, existing bridge wear and damage would worsen and ultimately compromise the structural integrity of the bridge.
  • Reference:2017-006843ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFDPW: MARINA BOULEVARD - Install new parking bays to replace parking spaces that are currently located within the path of the Bay Trail. 52 parallel parking spaces currently line the northern, bay-side of the Bay Trail, forcing pedestrians and bicyclists to share the trail with vehicles, which creates a safety hazard, and detracts from scenic views. The project proposes to eliminate these parking spaces, and create new parking areas at the southern, street-side edge of the trail, cutting three bays into the raised concrete area that buffers the Bay Trail from the vehicular traffic along Marina Boulevard. While the result will be a net loss of 37 parking spaces, it will create one additional blue zone and 6 new loading zone spaces.
  • Reference:2018-005731ENV
  • Received:May 30, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1408th meeting on 5/11/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU
  • Reference:2017-006684ENV
  • Received:May 30, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Folsom Street: 11th to 13th Streets Bike Lane Gap Closure - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes to install buffered and parking protected bike lanes on Folsom Street between 11th and 13th Streets. The main purpose of this project is add a new south/westbound bike lane to close a gap in the bike network between two bike corridors which are on 11th Street and on Folsom Street south of 13th Street. The project also improves the existing north/eastbound bike lane using buffers and parking separation.
  • Reference:2017-006586ENV
  • Received:May 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Cherry Lake Road Guardrail Installation Project - The proposed project involves the installation of two sections of new metal beam guardrail along the shoulder of Cherry Lake Road at Mile Markers 8.60 and 8.65. The total length would be approximately 200 feet.
  • Reference:2017-006512ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5774 for Public Hearing on 6/2/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-006462ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1408 meeting on 5/11/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-006311ENV
  • Received:May 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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3500 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant Digester Gas Utilization Upgrade Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct equipment replacement and upgrades at various existing buildings at the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant (OSP) located at 3500 Great Highway in the Ingleside District of San Francisco. The proposed Project involves pipe and valve rerouting and replacement at OSP Building 620; replacement of an existing digester gas holding tank at OSP Building 741; replacement of internal combustion cogeneration engines and controls, replacement of electrical gear, and potential ventilation modifications at OSP Building 800; installation of an emergency diesel generator and a diesel-storage tank at Building 821; relocation of two existing digester gas-fed hot water boilers from OSP Building 800 to Building 820; and the installation of a new utilities trench between Buildings 800 and 820.
  • Reference:2017-006119ENV
  • Received:May 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 12-Inch and 24-Inch Ductile Iron Main Replacement Project on Clayton St and Portola Dr - he SFPUC proposes to conduct water main pipeline replacements along Clayton Street and Portola Drive in the Haight Ashbury, Castro/Upper Market, and Twin Peaks neighborhoods of San Francisco. The total estimated length of water mains to be replaced is approximately 6,515 linear feet (1.23 miles).
  • Reference:2017-006124ENV
  • Received:May 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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301 VAN NESS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - San Francisco Opera House Rooftop Solar Project - The SFPUC proposes to install a rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) system and perform minor roof refurbishment activities at the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House located at 301 Van Ness Avenue. The low-height, rack-mounted, PV system would consist of approximately 299 solar modules (panels), each measuring approximately 3-1/2 feet by 5 feet. The PV system would be installed flat or tilted with no more than a 10-degree angle. The system would not be visible above the height of the existing 10- to 12-inch parapet wall around the perimeter of the Opera House roof. The PV system would generate approximately 95kW and reduce peak energy demand loads and daily energy consumption for the Opera House. Prior to installation of the PV system, necessary roof refurbishment activities would be conducted including the temporary shifting of the roof layers overlying the existing rubber membrane in order to apply two additional coats of rubber roof membrane to reinforce the existing.
  • Reference:2017-006129ENV
  • Received:May 16, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5769 for public hearing 5/19/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU
  • Reference:2017-006015ENV
  • Received:May 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5772 for public hearing 5/26/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-006011ENV
  • Received:May 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Auxiliary Water Supply System Pipeline for Mission Bay Project - The proposed Project involves installation of new earthquake-resistant ductile iron pipe (ERDIP) along Terry Francois Boulevard and Mariposa Street as well as appurtenances including gate valves and hydrants to support the AWSS for the Mission Bay area. The proposed Project involves the installation of a total of approximately 3,100 linear feet (0.59 mile) of ERDIP and ductile iron pipe (DIP) hydrant lateral. New pipe diameters would range from 8 to 20 inches. Pipeline appurtenances include 8 AWSS gate valves and 3 AWSS hydrants.
  • Reference:2017-005988ENV
  • Received:May 12, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - North Access Road Bio-Swale Project - Improve the drainage near the I-380 eastbound off ramp by constructing a bio-swale at the northwest Airport property boundary adjacent to the roadway ramp.
  • Reference:2017-009598ENV
  • Received:May 05, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5764 for public hearing 5/5/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: MTAB o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2017-005624ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Geotech Investigtion Project at Souteast Plant for Power Feed & Primary Switchgear Upgrades - The proposed investigation involves the excavation of 5 "potholes" and 3 trenches to be excavated on the inner road north of the SEP 012 building between the SEP 011 building and the SEP 270 building at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant, plus 3 trenches around the SEP 892 building and 10 potholes and 4 trenches outside Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant between Evans Avenue and Arthur Avenue along Quint Street, in order to confirm the location of existing underground utilities.
  • Reference:2017-005156ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Cable Car Barn Fall Protection - The SFMTA proposes to issue a contract for the installation of approximately 60 linear feet of rooftop fall protection at the Cable Car Barn at 1201 Mason Street. This fall protection would connect to and match the existing fall protection. It would not be visible from the public right-of-way or accessible to the public. The Cable Car Barn was constructed in 1887 and rebuilt in 1984
  • Reference:2017-005080ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Re-Opening Russ Street between Minna Street and Natoma Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to re-open Russ Street between Minna Street and Natoma Street. The project would: • Construct new two-way standard curb ramps at the southeast and southwest corners of the Minna St/Russ St intersection • Remove street planting, planters and concrete bollards to allow for through-vehicular traffic • Install bollards at 6’ on-center within the truncated dome strip to prevent cars from parking on the sidewalk. Depth of excavation for the bollards is 3’-0 with a 9” diameter
  • Reference:2017-005084ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1407th meeting on 4/27/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: TBD
  • Reference:2017-005626ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Filbert and Leavenworth Streets Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement - The SFPUC proposes to conduct collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along Filbert Street and Leavenworth Street in the Russian Hill, Marina, and North Beach neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 6,480 linear feet (1.22 mile).
  • Reference:2017-005072ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Accepted
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Description: SFPUC- Twin Peaks Boulevard, Broadway/Java/Coleridge/Newhall/Moscow Streets and San Bruno Avenue Sewer Replacement - The SFPUC proposes to conduct collection system sewer replacement and upgrades along residential streets (Twin Peaks Boulevard, Broadway/Java/Coleridge/Newhall/Moscow Streets and San Bruno Avenue) in various neighborhoods of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced or relined is approximately 7,138 linear feet (1.35 mile).
  • Reference:2017-005115ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - On-Street Vehicle Share Parking Permit Program - The SFMTA seeks to operationalize an ongoing, permanent citywide on-street vehicle share parking permit program based on a small on-street car share parking permit pilot in 2011 and a larger pilot from 2013 to 2016. Based upon evaluation of that pilot experience, the proposed permit program would have the following features and characteristics: Qualification of eligible permitees: Any entity which meets the definition of “Vehicle Share Organization” established in the Transportation Code may seek on-street vehicle share permits. Specific requirements would be enumerated in the Transportation Code and the program policy document. Permitted parking space: An On-Street Vehicle Share Parking permit, a permit issued by the SFMTA that designates exclusive use of an on-street parking space for the permittee Vehicle Share Organization’s shared vehicles. The permit would control and condition parking use in a specific location, as defined in the Transportation Code: Parking space markings and signage: Permitted on-street car share parking spaces would be marked in the same manner as pilot spaces. A two sided sign would be affixed to a short post (approximately 3’ tall, set approximately 18” into the ground) adjacent to the space. The parking space curb would be painted red to mark the curb as a tow away zone, and white lines would be painted to delineate the boundaries of the space on the street. Permit terms and conditions: On-street vehicle share parking permits would be defined and conditioned in the Transportation Code and the program policy document.
  • Reference:2017-005615ENV
  • Received:Apr 25, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Crystal Springs Golf Course 20-Year Lease - The SFPUC proposes to lease an existing golf course on SFPUC's Peninsula Watershed lands to the existing tenant under new terms for a term of 20 years. Proposed capital improvements to existing facilities are included in the new lease proposal. These would entail minor alterations to existing facilities, no new ground disturbance, and no vegetation removal with the exception of dead, previously-planted trees. Any subsequent capital improvements to the golf course would be subject to subsequent approvals by SFPUC's Natural Resources Land Mangement Division (NRLMD) and to the provisions of the previously-approved Peninsula Watershed Management Plan (SFPUC 1998), and contingent on future environmental reviews by BEM and EP of specific proposals. The Tenant would continue to carry out existing operations and routine maintenance, as allowed under the existing lease.
  • Reference:2017-005038ENV
  • Received:Apr 24, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Nevada Street One-Way Conversion - The proposed one-way conversion is on Nevada Street between Cortland and Jarboe Avenues. This section of Nevada Street would be converted into a one-way southbound, with one lane of traffic. Existing Conditions - Nevada Street currently has two-way operation with parallel parking on both sides of the street which is approximately 26 feet in width. This leaves 12 feet for current two-way traffic. Proposed Project - This project would establish Nevada Street as having one-way operation between Cortland Avenue and Jarboe Avenue. Existing curbside parking would not be changed as a result of the one-way conversion. The typical cross-section would be seven foot parking lanes on each side of the street, and a 12-foot oneway southbound vehicle lane. The appropriate regulatory signage would be installed including one-way signs, and the corresponding no right turn and no left turn signs at adjacent intersections. The proposed project would not result in changes to transit or loading.
  • Reference:2017-004955ENV
  • Received:Apr 20, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Emergency Repairs along Forest Service Road 1S01 to Mountain Tunnel Adit 5/6 - Proposed road repairs would include removal of storm eroded and unstable material along approximately 50 feet of the roadbed with conventional construction equipment, such as an excavator and/or backhoe. Once the road is excavated down to stable substrate, the road alignment would be backfilled with imported engineered fill back to original grade and the roadbed resurfaced with gravel. Stabilization of the slope on the downhill side of the road will likely be necessary and would involve installation a small retaining wall constructed of rock filled steel gabion cages, stacked concrete bags, or other similar method. Excavated rock/spoil would be reused on-site to the extent feasible for backfill; excess would be hauled offsite. Work crews would implement erosion and sedimentation controls (e.g., fiber rolls along the road edges) upon completion of the repairs, as needed.
  • Reference:2017-004764ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Taxiway Hot Spot Improvement Project - The proposed project includes two components: realignment of portions of Taxiways T and D, and realignment of Taxiways E, J, F, and F1.
  • Reference:2017-004929ENV
  • Received:Apr 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5756 for public hearing 4/14/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-004249ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Records and Archives Storage Vault Building/ Moc. Modular 9 Project - The proposed Project involves construction/erection of two administrative/office buildings on a single site in the town of Moccasin--an archives vault building and a modular office building with a combined footprint of about 7,500 square feet--and paving of the areas between and around the buildings for parking. Total project footprint would be about 25,000 square feet
  • Reference:2017-004644ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Support Equipment Fueling Station Project - The proposed project would relocate a GSE fueling station, including two above-ground fuel storage tanks, construct a single bay vehicle wash rack, and install associated utility improvement within the AOA.
  • Reference:2017-004933ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: PG&E Edgewood Station Road and Lighting Improvement Project. - Replace eroded roadway and install drainage ditches. Install lighting for emergency night work. Project site is northeast of the intersection of Canada and Edgewood Roads in Woodside.
  • Reference:2017-004347ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Geotechnical Investigation Project at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant - The proposed investigation involves a total of 70 potholes to be excavated at locations within the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant between Evans Avenue and Jerrold Avenue and within the Right-of-Way of Jerrold Avenue and Quint Street, in order to confirm the location of existing utilities.
  • Reference:2017-004385ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - L-Taraval Transit Improvements Sewer Replacement Project - The SFPUC proposes to conduct collection system sewer replacement and realignment along Taraval Street from 15th Avenue to 46th Avenue, along 15th Avenue from Taraval Street to Ulloa Street, and along Ulloa Street from 15th Avenue to Forest Side Avenue in the Outer and Inner Sunset districts of San Francisco. Total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 19,924 linear feet (3.77 miles).
  • Reference:2017-004381ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement and Pavement Renovation Project No. 3 at Various Locations in San Francisco - The proposed project involves sewer pipeline replacement, relining, and upgrades along various roadways in several San Francisco neighborhoods. The total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced or relined is approximately 7,600 linear feet (1.44 mile), and includes portions of Jefferson St., Green St., Scott St., Broderick St., Presidio Ave., Anzavista Ave., Vega St., Funston Ave., Clement St., Valley St., Castro St., Cortland Ave., Ellert St., Quesada Ave., and Casitas Ave.
  • Reference:2017-004389ENV
  • Received:Apr 10, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1406th meeting on 4/13/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2017-004290ENV
  • Received:Apr 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Sale of SFPUC Parcel (Block 2719C, Lot 23) and adjacent 8,795 square-foot SFPW Parcel - SFPUC’s proposes to adopt the findings that Block 2719C, Lot 23 (“Parcel 23”) is surplus to SFPUC’s needed; approve the terms and conditions of a settlement agreement; authorize the SFPUC General Manager to execute a purchase and sale agreement for Parcel 23 and the adjacent 8,795 square-foot parcel (SFPW Parcel) in San Francisco under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Public Works Department (Public Works); and authorize a request to the Board of Supervisors and the Mayor to approve the SFPUC Parcel sale, subject to the terms of the Purchase and Sale Agreement (the proposed Action). Any proposals for subsequent development of the property by the new owner would be subject to additional CEQA review.
  • Reference:2017-004272ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Roof Repairs at 7 SFMTA Facilities - The SFMTA proposes to repair various rooves at seven (7) SFMTA facilities, as outlined below. The various repairs would patch leaks in the buildings’ rooves and qualify as “ordinary maintenance and repairs” under Planning Code Article 10 Section 1005 (e) (3). Facilities: 1) Presidio Division, 949 Presidio Avenue; 2) Cable Car Barn, 1201 Mason Street; 3) Kirkland Operations Bldg., 151 Beach St.; 4) Kirkland Maintenance Bldg., 151 Beach St.; 5) Forest Hill Station; 6) Duboce Tower, Duboce/Church; 7) Cameron Beach, 2301 San Jose Avenue.
  • Reference:2017-004277ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geary Rapid West of Van Ness Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves sewer replacements and upgrades along Geary Boulevard from Franklin Street to Stanyan Street in the Western Addition, Inner Richmond, and Presidio Heights neighborhoods of San Francisco. The total estimated length of sewer pipelines to be replaced is approximately 8,975 linear feet (1.70 miles).
  • Reference:2017-004149ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Penstocks Rehabilitation Project - The proposed project involves the rehabilitation of sections of one of the2 parallel penstocks that connect the Mountain Tunnel with the Moccasin Powerhouse, located on Priest Street in the Town of Moccasin, Tuolumne County. The project would entail replacement of two sections of penstock, relocation of the point at which the two penstocks split into 4, selective replacement of support saddles, encasement in new concrete jacks of several existing anchor blocks, and spot recoating of the penstock. Duration of work is estimated at 166 days.
  • Reference:2017-004072ENV
  • Received:Apr 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Haight Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the installation, replacement, or relining of a total of approximately 2,103 linear feet (0.40 mile) of existing pipe iron stone pipe (ISP) and brick sewer. Existing pipe diameters range in size from 12 to 18 inches. Replacement pipe, which would be vitrified clay pipe (VCP) ranging in diameter from 12 to 18 inches, would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines (see enclosed plan and profile drawings). One segment of existing brick sewer would be upgraded through installation of cured-in place liner (CIPL). Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind.
  • Reference:2017-004086ENV
  • Received:Apr 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5740 for public hearing on 3/31/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU
  • Reference:2017-004269ENV
  • Received:Mar 31, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Municipal Railway’s Fiscal Year 2018 MTC Claim for Operating Assistance - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Municipal Railway (SFMTA) has received operating and capital assistance from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) each fiscal year. The funds provide financial support to maintain, and sometimes restore, existing transit services. The SFMTA proposes to apply and eventually accept Operating and Capital Assistance from MTC for Fiscal Year 2018, which would continue to fund existing operations and lease agreements.
  • Reference:2017-003587ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5737 for public hearing 3/24/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: MTA Board o Approval Date: 3/24/2017
  • Reference:2017-003585ENV
  • Received:Mar 23, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1405th meeting on 3/23/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 3/23/2017
  • Reference:2017-003582ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Emergency Road Repair on Ohlone Road, Alameda County - The project involves excavating a portion of the existing road down to competent material (approximately 20 feet or less depth). After reaching competent material, the project would place boulders along with compacted structural fill to rebuild the road bed to original grade and cap it with 8 inches of aggregate road base. To stabilize the slope supporting the road, the project would also place boulders and structural fill on the hillside downhill of the road, up to approximately 20 feet beyond the road edge in order to create a stable 1:1(45 degree) slope. To stabilize the slope above the road, the project would also grade the slope to a more stable slope. The existing 18-inch steel culvert would be inspected and either restored or replaced depending on its condition. It may also be elongated approximately 5 feet. Approximately 10 feet by 10 feet by 3 feet of rip rap would be placed at the end of the culvert for energy dissipation and erosion prevention. Upon completion of work, disturbed areas would be seeded with a native seed mix and erosion control matting would be installed. The work would take place within the existing road right-of-way and the road would not widened. Work would be initiated immediately and completed within approximately one week.
  • Reference:2017-003316ENV
  • Received:Mar 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant Security Upgrades Project - The proposed project involves installation of external security cameras on several buildings and various interior security and electrical upgrades. None of the proposed project activities would require excavation or other ground disturbance.
  • Reference:2017-003330ENV
  • Received:Mar 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Rates and Charges for Phase One of the Community Choice Aggregation Service within San Francisco - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes the adoption of rates and charges for supplying greener electricity generation and related services to residential and commercial customers in San Francisco to implement the Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program.
  • Reference:2017-003187ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Octavia Boulevard/Oak Street Enhancement and 8th Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the construction/replacement of a total of approximately 290 linear feet (0.05 mile) of iron stone pipe (ISP) and vitrified clay pipe (VCP) on portions of Fell Street (at Laguna Street), Oak Street (at Laguna Street and at Octavia Street), and on 8th Street (between Market Street and Stevenson Street).
  • Reference:2017-003193ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1250 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1200 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Southeast Greenhouse Demolition Project - The SFPUC proposes to demolish existing greenhouses and an adjoining administrative building/exhibit hall at 1150 Phelps Street. There are numerous issues with the site structures, including lack of adequate emergency access and ADA compliant access, lack of enough emergency exits for tenants, lack of a fire alarm system and fire sprinklers, exit egress and paths not being code compliant, seismic safety concerns, and excessive corrosion.
  • Reference:2017-003175ENV
  • Received:Mar 15, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Crystal Springs Golf Course Lease - The SFPUC proposes to issue a new a lease for an existing golf course on SFPUC's Peninsula Watershed lands to the existing tenant under new financial terms. The Tenant would continue to carry out existing operations and routine maintenance in the same manner as allowed under the existing lease. Any subsequent proposals for capital improvements would be subject to additional CEQA review.
  • Reference:2017-002732ENV
  • Received:Mar 14, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Emergency Road and Culvert Repairs in Tuolumne County - Due to recent storm damage in Tuolumne County, portions of six different roadways providing access to Hetch Hetchy infrastructure and facilities are in need of emergency repair work, including Cherry Oil Road, Granite Portal Line Road, Cherry Valve House Road, Lower Cherry Aqueduct Road, Lake Eleanor Dam Road, and Communications Facility Road.
  • Reference:2017-002649ENV
  • Received:Mar 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order #5723 for public hearing on 3/3/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 3/3/2017
  • Reference:2017-002463ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Storm Drain Pump Station No. 1C, Loadcenter, and Obstruction Lights Improvement Project - In-kind replacement of one airfield drainage pump station and associated storm drainage outfall pipelines; replacement of electrical loadcenter controls; and in-kind replacement of obstruction lights and associated electrical infrastructure on the Air Operation Area.
  • Reference:2017-002482ENV
  • Received:Mar 01, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - La Playa Pedestrian Improvements Pilot Project - Install a temporary public plaza at the end of the N-Judah line at the intersection of Judah Street, Lay Play and the lower Great Highway.
  • Reference:2017-002330ENV
  • Received:Feb 24, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 2nd Street Improvements Project - The proposed Project would include approximately 455 total linear feet (0.09 mile) of water main replacement and upgrades along various segments along 2nd Street between Market Street and King Street. The new water mains would be constructed of ductile iron pipe (DIP) and would replace existing lined pipe. Existing pipe diameters range in size from 24 to 30 inches and all new pipe would be 24-inch-diameter DIP. Replacement water mains would be installed as close as possible to the existing alignments, but would not be in the same trench footprint as the existing lines. Typically, the new water main alignment would be located 5 feet from the curb face or 3 feet from the concrete parking strip where feasible, based on street occupancy by other utility lines. Short connecting service lines, as well as gate valves, air valves, blow-off, water meters, and other associated appurtenances, would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind.
  • Reference:2017-002276ENV
  • Received:Feb 23, 2017
  • Status:Accepted
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project at Various Locations in the Inner Sunset District - The proposed project involves the construction of water distribution system replacements and upgrades along various blocks of Irving Street between Carl Street and 19th Avenue, along 11th Avenue between Judah Street and Irving Street, and along 12th Avenue between Irving Street and Lincoln Way. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 9,150 linear feet (1.73 miles) of water main installation and rehabilitation.
  • Reference:2017-002198ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement and Upgrades in Bayview and Ingleside Neighborhoods - The proposed project involves the replacement of sewer lines along portions of Charter Oak Avenue, Elmira Avenue, Flora Street, Fitzgerald Avenue, Jerrold Avenue, Revere Avenue, and Stratford Drive in the Bayview and Ingleside neighborhoods.
  • Reference:2017-002205ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement No. 1 Project at Various Locations throughout San Francisco - The SFPUC proposes to conduct sewer replacement and upgrades along portions of 11 different roadways throughout San Francisco. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 9,403 linear feet (1.78 mile) of replacement sewer installation.
  • Reference:2017-002215ENV
  • Received:Feb 22, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1403 Meeting of 2/23/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 2/23/2017
  • Reference:2017-002073ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Vicente Street Class II Bikeway (Bike Lanes) - SFMTA proposes to install a Class II Bikeway (Bike Lanes) on Vicente Street from Lower Great Hwy to 20th Avenue. The purpose of this project is to improve the bike facilities in the area to make biking more accessible to those ages 8 through 80. The proposed project is located in the southwest quadrant of San Francisco. Vicente Street currently has one eastbound and one westbound vehicle lane with shared lane markings (Sharrows). Vicente Street from Lower Great Hwy to 20th Avenue would continue to have an eastbound and westbound lane and an eastbound and westbound bicycle lane would be added. Vicente Street from 22nd Ave to 24th Ave has existing 45 degree angled parking that will remain; these blocks will only have an eastbound uphill bike lane.
  • Reference:2017-002118ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Market-Octavia Traffic Calming Pilot Project - SFMTA proposes to install traffic calming and safety improvements at four locations within the Hayes Valley Neighborhood. These include lane modifications and installation of back-in angled parking on Fell Street (between Octavia and Gough streets), installation of a traffic diverter on at EB Page Street, vehicle restrictions on Linden and Octavia streets, and installation of a parking lane on Gough Street, between Hayes and Fell streets. The proposed pilot project would include temporary materials, and would be evaluated for a one-year duration before a final determination is made on the project. Attachment A provides further details on the project.
  • Reference:2017-002109ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Folsom and Howard Bike Lanes Pilot - The project sponsor, the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), proposes to install parking protected bike lanes on Folsom Street from 11th Street to 4th Street and on Howard Street from 6th Street to 11th Street on a pilot basis. Temporary transit boarding islands will also be installed at existing bus stop locations along the two corridors. The project will also include changes in parking and loading, improvements to transit, and other pedestrian safety improvements. The purpose of this project is to provide a greater sense of safety for cyclists on these two streets, improve pedestrian safety, and improve transit facilities. The project is an evolution of the original bicycle lane pilot projects on Folsom Street and Howard Street. The existing Folsom Street buffered bike lanes were reviewed in 2013 under a Class 6 Categorical Exemption (Case No. 2013.1461E) and included removing a lane of traffic. The Howard Street buffered bike lanes were implemented in 2014 without removing a lane of traffic. The proposed parking protected bike lanes pilot project will inform the final design for the permanent Folsom-Howard Streetscape bike improvements under evaluation in the Central SoMa Plan Environmental Impact Report (Case No. 2011.1356E).
  • Reference:2017-002105ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Lombard Reservoir Sterling Park Fence Installation Project - The proposed Project would replace approximately 850 feet of existing wire fencing with galvanized wrought-iron fencing. The new fence would be approximately 4 feet tall and fence posts would be embedded approximately 16 inches belowground. The proposed activities would not require the trimming or removal of any trees or vegetation.
  • Reference:2017-002102ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - New Traffic Signal at Fillmore St and O'Farrell St - The Fillmore Street and O’Farrell Street New Traffic Signal project would improve transit pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicle safety, at the intersection of Fillmore Street and O’Farrell Street by installing a new traffic signal. The scope of work includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, a controller cabinet, and accessible pedestrian signals at the All-Way STOP controlled intersection of Fillmore Street and O’Farrell Street. The maximum excavation is three and a half (3.5) feet for the signal pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundation, and twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits.
  • Reference:2017-002116ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 7th Street Improvement Project - The proposed project is located on 7th Street, between 16th and Townsend Streets, and is intended to improve northbound conditions for bicycle and vehicle traffic. The project would remove parking on the east side of 7th Street to allow for (1) two consistent northbound vehicle lanes along the corridor, and (2) a curbside bicycle lane. By removing parking adjacent to the bicycle lane, dooring hazards are eliminated. Additionally, a wider bicycle lane would be provided. Providing two continous northbound vehicle lanes will improve traffic operations approaching Townsend Street. A total of 72 parking spaces would be removed as part of the proposed project.
  • Reference:2017-002114ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Division Street Bikeway Upgrade - This project will upgrade existing bicycle facilities on Division Street, between 11th/Bryant and 10th/Brannan/Potrero streets. The upgraded bicycle facilities will support the City in achieving its Vision Zero goals by implementing more safe and comfortable bikeways on this cycling high injury corridor. There have been a total of 73 injury or fatal traffic collisions in a five-year collision history period (May 31, 2011 to May 31, 2015) at the project location (Division Street between Bryant and Brannan, plus immediate intersections). Of the 73 collisions, 15 (21 percent) involved bicyclists. All of 13th Street and Division Street is on the bicycle high injury network. The project will convert the existing bicycle lane buffer from safe-hit posts to a raised median.
  • Reference:2017-002112ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Vermont Street Traffic Calming Project - Vermont Street Traffic Calming Project is part of the legacy neighborhood traffic calming for Potrero Hill. Our project goal is to slow speeds and improve safety on Vermont Street between Mariposa Street and 16th Street. We will accomplish this by removing the west most lane and filling that space with angled parking. This will have the added effect of reducing the number of lanes that approach 17th/Vermont, which is stop controlled. Having multiple approaches at a stop controlled intersection is not the ideal design for safety. The neighborhood association has a future vision for Vermont, which includes widening the west sidewalk. Our design does not prevent that design from being implemented in the future.
  • Reference:2017-002111ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5720 for Public Hearing on 2/24/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board / City Traffic Engineer o Approval Date: 2/24/17
  • Reference:2017-002070ENV
  • Received:Feb 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - California Cable Car Transit Lane - The SFMTA proposes a transit-only lane on eastbound California Street to improve safety for the historic cable cars by addressing a pattern of collisions and near-collisions. The project would convert the left lane of eastbound California Street into a transit-only lane for the two blocks between Powell St. and Grant Ave., which would reduce the number of eastbound general-purpose lanes in this area from two to one. This change would also prevent left turns onto or off of Pratt St. and Sabin St., which are dead-end alleys intersecting California St. in this area. The roadway treatment would be similar in appearance and function to the safety area on westbound California St. approaching Powell St. No vehicles except cable cars, or Muni buses in the event of a cable car bus substitution, would be allowed to enter the transit lane once established. Please refer to the attached drawing for the appearance and extent of the transit lane.
  • Reference:2017-002107ENV
  • Received:Feb 13, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPORT - Special Events, Seasonal & Temporary Uses - SF PORT - The Port of San Francisco has a long history of supporting special events and seasonal activities along The Embarcadero and at facilities under its jurisdiction. In 2015 and 2016, the Port received a CEQA categorical exemption to cover such events through a Port Executive Directive for Special Events, Seasonal and Temporary Uses, authorized by our the Port Director Monique Moyer.
  • Reference:2017-001596ENV
  • Received:Feb 07, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Hairball Segments M, N, and O - The purpose of this project is to make three key portions of the Hairball paths safer and easier to use for pedestrians and bicyclists. The project also aims to support citywide efforts such as WalkFirst, Vision Zero, and the SFMTA 2012 Bicycle Strategy to improve non-motorized safety and mobility in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2017-001775ENV
  • Received:Feb 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - California/Locust Streets Sewer Replacement - The proposed project involves the replacement of a total of approximately 1,322 linear feet (0.25 mile) of existing pipe iron stone pipe (ISP) and vitrified clay pipe (VCP). Existing pipe diameters range in size from 12 to 16 inches. All new pipe would be VCP ranging in diameter from 15 to 21 inches. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. The replacement pipelines would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines.
  • Reference:2017-001467ENV
  • Received:Feb 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - M-Oceanview Track Replacement Project - This project involves the replacement and safety upgrades of existing infrastructure used by the SFMTA M-Oceanview MUNI Metro light rail line. The replacement project starts on the Muni Right of Way (ROW) approximately 100 feet north of Eucalyptus Drive; continues south to cross northbound 19th Avenue; along the median of 19th Avenue between Rossmoor Drive and Monte Vista Drive; and 19th Avenue and Junipero Serra Boulevard intersection. The project would replace rail track elements, including track crossings, poles supporting the overhead catenary system, and other rail-related infrastructure needed to support the SFMTA's light-rail system at the intersection including red track pavement in track right of way. The project project would upgrade the exiting traffic signal at 19th Avenue and Rossmoor Drive and add LRV detection to improve transit priority through the intersection. In addition, the project would upgrade the existing sidewalk crossings, and install other pedestrian elements to improve safety and accessibility.
  • Reference:2017-001436ENV
  • Received:Feb 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT Agenda 1402 for Meeting on 2/9/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Date: 2/9/2017
  • Reference:2017-001462ENV
  • Received:Feb 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Various Locations Signal and Traffic Modifications (Contract 34) - The Various Locations Traffic and Signal Modifications (Contract 34) project will upgrade existing traffic signals at the following 14 locations. The signal scope of work includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, and signal poles at existing signalized intersections. The maximum excavation is thirteen (13) feet for the signal pole foundations, eighteen inches for the pull boxes, and thirty inches for the underground conduits. Arguello Boulevard at Cabrillo Street is an existing un-signalized intersection receiving new underground conduit and pullboxes in preparation for a future pedestrian beacon. Signal visibility will be improved at the Clement Street and Balboa St/Turk St intersections.
  • Reference:2017-001443ENV
  • Received:Feb 02, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - O’Shaughnessy Dam Physical Security Project - The proposed Project involves security system upgrades and replacement at O’Shaughnessy Dam. Various components of the existing electric security system need to be replaced due to aging, lightning damage, and necessary technological upgrades to comply with electrical codes. The Project consists of upgrading the existing Lenel security system; removing and/or replacing outdated or non-functional infrared/motion sensors, sounders, and door contacts; installing additional indoor/outdoor cameras, including two exterior cameras on the dam; and repairing or replacing the existing intrusion system. The Project would also involve installation of cable pathways where they are not currently present, as well as installation of all supporting structures, including core drilling, building penetrations, structural work, conduit, back boxes, pull strings, cable tray and supporting hardware. Once installed the system will include access controlled doors with proximity card readers with pin pads, door contacts, door handles with integrated fingerprint readers, and motion detectors. The proposed Project would involve addition or modification of small equipment on existing structures. No excavation or ground disturbance would be required.
  • Reference:2017-001395ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5700 for public hearing 2/3/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Date: 2/3/2017
  • Reference:2017-001459ENV
  • Received:Feb 01, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFDPW - Bulbouts at Bay and Hyde Streets Intersection - Install bulbouts with ADA-accessible ramps at all four corners of the intersection of Bay Street and Hyde Street. Install equipment to monitor the condition of the Alternative Water Supply System. Relocate fire station call box at the northwest corner and other utilities.
  • Reference:2017-001278ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Calaveras Road Emergency Repair Project - The proposed project involves the immediate repair a section of Calaveras Road affected by a recent landslide, and the restoration of full access to the Calaveras Dam construction site. Where the landslide occurred, the SFPUC plans to excavate an approximately 20-foot wide by 400-foot long by 50-foot tall swath into the hillside parallel to and above Calaveras Road to provide adequate passage for large trucks on competent land. The excavation would affect less than one acre and would entail removal of some trees. The hillside would be graded to approximately 45 degrees (1:1) and a bonded fiber matrix with hydroseed would be applied to stabilize the slope while it becomes revegetated. The excavated material may be used to backfill the landslide area on the downhill side of Calaveras Road and/or would be hauled to the Calaveras Dam construction site and/or other previously-approved spoils disposal site in the Sunol Valley.
  • Reference:2017-001340ENV
  • Received:Jan 31, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigations along Modesto Bike Path - The proposed project involves geotechnical investigations at 10 transmission tower locations, including at Towers 423N, 425N, 514S, 516S, 568S, 569S, 601S, 603S, 606S, and 608S in Stanislaus County along Lines 7 and 8 and Lines 3 and 4 of the SFPUC's 115-kilovolt system, each of which are located on either side of five spans with clearance deficiencies for the overhead wires. The objective of the geotechnical investigation is to determine soil subsurface composition and character to guide appropriate design alternatives while minimizing risks to safety and reliability due to potential geological hazards.
  • Reference:2017-001224ENV
  • Received:Jan 30, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 13th Street Eastbound Bikeway Project - This project will remove a travel lane from eastbound 13th Street from South Van Ness Avenue to Bryant Street, as well as provide an eastbound bicycle facility on 13th Street, between Folsom Street and Bryant streets. This bikeway will close a gap in the bicycle network and supports the City in achieving its Vision Zero commitments by implementing protected bikeways on this bicycling high injury network. From Folsom to Harrison streets, the project will install a Class II buffered bike lane with the option to upgrade to a Class IV protected bikeway. From Harrison to Bryant streets, project will install a Class IV parking protected bikeway: a curbside bike lane, protected by a buffer and floating parking lane. This bikeway design is similar to the existing bike facility on the westbound side of this block.
  • Reference:2017-001180ENV
  • Received:Jan 27, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Auxiliary Water Supply System Ashbury Tank Bypass Project - The proposed Project involves installation of new bypass piping to allow the SFPUC to manually bypass the existing Ashbury Tank Valve House and deliver water in the event of a severe seismic event causing both remote control and manual operation of the gate valves located within the valve house to be disabled.
  • Reference:2017-000807ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5698 for public hearing 1/27/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 1/27/2017
  • Reference:2017-000796ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Upper Market Street Safety Project - The goal of the Upper Market Street Safety Project1 (the project) is to increase safety and comfort for people using all modes of transportation along and across Market Street from Castro Street to Octavia Boulevard. This corridor is on the high-injury networks for walking, bicycling, and driving. Consistent with the guidance of the Better Streets Plan, the project includes new curb extensions at several locations designed to shorten crossing distances and increase the visibility of people entering crosswalks, and related transit island and pedestrian refuge improvements. The project also includes parking-protected (Class IV) bike lanes, and changes to traffic circulation to increase safety for people using all modes of transportation. Project construction will include ADA-compliant curb ramps; catch basins or manholes may be relocated, and pull boxes may need to be replaced. All project work will occur within the existing public right-of way, with some work occurring in the Caltrans right-of-way at Market Street/Octavia Street, and the depth of excavation will not exceed 12 feet. The project does not anticipate relocation of any historic light fixtures on Market Street.
  • Reference:2017-000817ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Automated Photo Enforcement System Upgrade Project - The Automated Photo Enforcement System Upgrade project will install new automated photo enforcement systems at 13 intersections. Also, the project will also remove existing automated photo enforcement systems at 24 intersections. The scope of work includes the installation of new automated enforcement cameras, flashers, poles, cabinets, underground conduit, pull boxes, and ADA compliant curb ramps and the removal of existing automated enforcement cameras, flashers, and poles at locations with existing equipment. The maximum excavation is five (5) feet for the pole foundations, twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits and pull boxes, and twelve (12) inches for curb ramps.
  • Reference:2017-000809ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigation for the Central Bayside System Improvement Project - The proposed project involves a geotechnical investigation consisting of twenty-five (25) soil borings, potholing for utility locations (along Indiana Street and in Parcel 7), and exploration of the location and dimensions of pile caps (located at 2 Rankin Street site) in support of design for the Central Bayside Sewer Improvements Project. Two of the soil borings would be located in Islais Creek.
  • Reference:2017-000815ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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855 TERRY A FRACOIS BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Mariposa Pump Station Dry Weather Pump Station and Force Main Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of the existing Mariposa Pump Station with a larger one to meet the growing needs of Mission Bay and Potrero Hill neighborhoods. The project also includes the replacement of sewer pipelines on Illinois Street from Mariposa Street down to 22nd Street.
  • Reference:2017-000818ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1401st meeting on 1/26/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 1/26/2017
  • Reference:2017-000802ENV
  • Received:Jan 19, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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811 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2999 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
780 FREDERICK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2000 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
44 CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1899 WALLER ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
601 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 OVERLOOK DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1801 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
501 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
755 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1475 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
625 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1350 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
75 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
75 CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 LINCOLN WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1000 GREAT HWY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4551 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
80 HAGIWARA TEA GARDEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 STOW LAKE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1750 OAK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1451 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4750 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1199 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
320 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
996 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1901 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2501 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
300 CLAYTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4800 LINCOLN WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 09TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
50 BOWLING GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1101 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
875 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3601 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
6701 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3300 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4850 LINCOLN WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
78 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
55 MUSIC CONCOURSE DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
700 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3301 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
398 MIDDLE WEST DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
4550 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2001 JOHN F KENNEDY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - SF Police Dept. Park Station Rehabilitation (1899 Waller St.) - Structural rehabilitation including new concrete (shotcrete) walls and structural ties. New parapet extensions visible from interior courtyard. Replace concrete generator pad in kind. Replace roofing system. Replace windows in kind, apply waterproofing to the new below-grade shear walls. Install a French drain system. Replace mechanical/electrical/plumbing system. Install new drinking fountain, generator, and fuel supply.
  • Reference:2017-000723ENV
  • Received:Jan 18, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Holm Powerhouse Rehabilitation Project & Holm and Penstock Powerhouses Oil Containment Project - The proposed project involves implementing interior mechanical and electrical retrofits in Kirkwood and Holm Powerhouses; install oil containment systems around existing transformers on the powerhouse exterior decks; and remove an existing underground storage tank adjacent to Kirkwood Powerhouse. The only ground disturbance for the project would be for the tank removal. Heavy equipment use would entail no more than 10 days of intermittent work.
  • Reference:2017-000694ENV
  • Received:Jan 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Adoption of Water Use Allocation and Excess Use Charge Program for Projects Complying with the San Francisco Non-potable Water Ordinance - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of a Water Use Allocation and Excess Use Charge Program (Program) for Accounts Complying with Article 12C of the City and County of San Francisco Health Code.
  • Reference:2017-000667ENV
  • Received:Jan 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Changes to Administrative Procedures Associated with the Calculation of Water and Wastewater Capacity Charges - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) proposes adoption of changes to administrative procedures associated with the calculation of water and wastewater capacity charges for developments with onsite water systems resulting from implementation of Article 12C of the City and County of San Francisco Health Code.
  • Reference:2017-000665ENV
  • Received:Jan 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement Project for Portions of Clipper & Clayton Streets, Portola Dr., & Twin Peaks Blvd. - The proposed project involves the replacement of a total of approximately 1,414 linear feet (0.27 mile) of existing vitrified clay pipe (VCP) and iron stone pipe (ISP) with new VCP, construction of approximately 1,342 linear feet (0.25 mile) of new VCP, and installation of cured-in-place liner (CIPL) within approximately 1,240 linear feet (0.23 mile) of existing pipe. Existing pipe diameters range in size from 8 to 18 inches. New pipe diameters would range in size from 12 to 24 inches. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. As summarized in Table 1. Collection System Sewer Modifications, a total of approximately 3,996 linear feet (approximately 0.76 mile) of pipeline would be replaced, constructed, or modified. The replacement pipelines would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines.
  • Reference:2017-000689ENV
  • Received:Jan 17, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: 425 7th Street - Renovation of County Jail #2 - Renovation of County Jail #2
  • Reference:2017-000401ENV
  • Received:Jan 10, 2017
  • Status:Pending Review
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1400th meeting on 1/12/17 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 1/12/17
  • Reference:2017-000800ENV
  • Received:Jan 09, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 1399 Marin Street Temporary Generator Installation - The SFMTA proposes to issue a contract for the installation of a temporary diesel generator to power the Overhead Contact System (OCS) invertors at 1399 Marin Street. The installation will occur within the building and will not be visible from the public right-of-way or accessible to the public. An exhaust vent would be installed on the western face of the building. No excavation is required. The generator would be in operations for approximately six months (June 2017).
  • Reference:2017-000254ENV
  • Received:Jan 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 1399 Marin Street Security Lighting and Islais Creek Bollards - The SFMTA proposes to issue a contract to install security lighting and bollards along Islais Creek behind 1399 Marin Street to respond to homeless encampments along the paved trail that borders the creek. The scope of work includes: 1) Security Lighting - Four 2’ diameter concrete foundations with excavation depth of 7’ - Four 30’ high, 5” diameter steel poles, painted silver attached to each foundation - Each pole will be topped by two LED street lights that are 4-1/2” high by 26” long by 14-1/2” wide also painted silver 2) Bollards - Eleven 5’ long 4-1/2” diameter galvanized pipe bollards with a galvanized cap Maximum excavation depth of 1-1/2’ - One of the bollards will be removable for maintenance vehicle access
  • Reference:2017-000268ENV
  • Received:Jan 06, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Central Bayside System Improvement Project - SFPUC - The proposed Central Bayside System Improvement Project (CBSIP) would construct a Channel Tunnel to replace the current function of the Channel Force Main, which is to convey the dry and wet weather flows from the Channel Pump Station (CHS) located near Mission Creek to the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP) located near Islais Creek.
  • Reference:2017-000181ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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3305 03RD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Port - San Francisco Bay Rail at Pier 96 - Construct 3,200 feet of track on the north side of Cargo Way on Pier 96 to increase efficiency of existing freight rail operation.
  • Reference:2017-000225ENV
  • Received:Jan 05, 2017
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant Powdered Activated Carbon Feed Unit Project - The proposed project involves the immediate installation of two side-by-side temporary powdered activated carbon (PAC) systems within the existing plant footprint to address the detection of a dissolved compound called geosmin (a natural byproduct of blue green algae in the water), which can cause taste and odor issues in the drinking water supply, although it is not harmful from a public health standpoint. These systems are portable, pre-engineered and packaged systems that would meter and hydraulically mix PAC into the water system, which would address current taste and odor issues. The temporary PAC units would be approximately 16 feet tall with suspended 900-pound bags. Because of the potential for tipping, the units would be staged on a new, permanent reinforced concrete pad for stabilization purposes. The concrete pad, which would be approximately 10 feet wide, 20 feet long, and up to 2 feet deep, would accommodate both systems. Each system would be connected to existing utilities at the SVWTP, including power, communications, water, and compressed air. Utility connections would not require any excavation.
  • Reference:2017-000149ENV
  • Received:Jan 04, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5692 for public hearing 1/6/2017 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Action Date: 1/6/2017
  • Reference:2017-000794ENV
  • Received:Jan 03, 2017
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Pier 50 Bldg. C - A small section of the existing timber fender system needs routine maintenance repair. The "in-kind" repairs to the fender system will consist of replacing missing and damaged fender piles (up to 12 piles) along with their associated chocks and timber framing. These repairs are necessary to assure the ongoing structural integrity consistent with the present use of the pier for marine transportation services.
  • Reference:2016-016604ENV
  • Received:Dec 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Palou Ave Streetscape Improvement Project and Quesada Ave Bike Lanes - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the Palou Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project and Quesada Avenue Bike Lanes (proposed project). There are two components of the proposed project. The first is the Palou Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project on Palou Avenue between Rankin and Jennings. The Palou Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project would remove mixed-flow travel lanes between Newhall and Keith streets, change the color of the curbs (i.e., daylighting and establishment of one blue zone), transit stop consolidation for the 23-Monterey and 24-Divisadero Muni bus lines and removal of sharrows from Palou Avenue. The second component of the proposed project would establish a Class II bikeway on a six-block stretch of Quesada Street between Third and Griffith streets. The bikeway would require the removal of five on-street parking spaces at Quesada Avenue and Hawes Street. Project construction of the Palou Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project, which would occur concurrently with the Palou Avenue Complete Streets Project (see “Planned Projects,” page 4), is anticipated to last approximately 1 year. Construction of the Quesada Avenue Bike Lanes is anticipated to last about 30 days. There is no excavation required.
  • Reference:2016-016584ENV
  • Received:Dec 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Irving Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of a total of approximately 2,320 linear feet (0.44 mile) of existing pipe with vitrified clay pipe (VCP), construction of approximately 250 linear feet (0.05 mile) of new VCP/culverts, and installation of cured-in-place liner (CIPL) within approximately 1,034 linear feet (0.20 mile) of existing iron stone pipe (ISP). Existing pipe diameters range in size from 8 to 24 inches, and also includes rectangular brick sewer that is 2 feet 6 inches by 3 feet 9 inches. New pipe diameters would range in size from 12 to 30 inches. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. A total of approximately 3,604 linear feet (approximately 0.68 mile) of pipeline would be replaced, constructed, or modified. The replacement pipelines would generally be installed in the same alignments as the existing pipelines, along portions of Irving Street, 9th Avenue, 10th Avenue, and 11th Avenue.
  • Reference:2016-016465ENV
  • Received:Dec 27, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Southern Skyline Boulevard Ridge Trail Extension - SFPUC - Proposed project the Southern Skyline Boulevard Ridge Trail Extension Project. The Project would include extending the Bay Area ridge Trail by approximately 6.5 miles, constructing new trail support facilities, modifying access management programs over existing and proposed trail segments, and conveying a permanent easement over an existing trail segment. The project is proposed for SFPUC lands in the vicinity of State Routes 92 and 35, in San Mateo County.
  • Reference:2016-016100ENV
  • Received:Dec 16, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Sansome Street TANSAT Zone at Merchant Street - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the following parking modification on the west side of Sansome Street between Washington Street and Merchant Street: ESTABLISH –TOW-AWAY, NO STOPPING ANYTIME - Sansome Street, west side, between Washington Street and Merchant Street (extends current red zone to the south by 66 feet and removes 3 commercial metered spaces, Meter #523, #521, #519) The modification is being proposed to improve San Francisco Fire Department access to Firehouse #13 which is located along the east side of Sansome Street, directly across from the three commercial metered spaces #523, #521, #519. The attached turn templates show the operational challenges fire engines have pulling out of Firehouse #13 and turning south to head to emergencies south of Washington Street. No concerns were raised by merchants adjacent to the three commericial metered spaces when outreach was conducted. Five commercial metered parking spaces on the westside of Sansome Street are within 150’ of the proposed change and would remain to accommodate loading demand. There are also an additional eight commercial metered parking spaces within 300’ of the proposed modification. Approximately 230 off-street parking spaces are located at the 3 public garages within a one block radius of Sansome Street, between Washington and Clay streets.
  • Reference:2016-016076ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5690 for public hearing 12/23/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 12/23/2016
  • Reference:2016-016070ENV
  • Received:Dec 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5685 for public hearing 12/16/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 12/16/2016
  • Reference:2016-016064ENV
  • Received:Dec 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Investigation for Westside Pump Station Reiability Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the excavation of eleven 12-inch diameter "potholes" to verify the exact locations and depths of existing pipelines at the Westside Pump Station, in support of the design of the SFPUC's proposed improvements at this facility. Potholing would be carried out by the vacuum extraction method. Each of the 11 proposed potholes would be approximately 12 inches in diameter and up to 15 feet deep. The soil would be removed by a vacuum excavation truck approximately 20 feet long and 8 feet wide, or a smaller rig towed by a pickup truck. If the pothole is located in an unpaved area, the soil would be returned to the excavation hole and the ground surface would be returned to pre-Investigation conditions. If the pothole is located in a paved area, the pothole would be filled with a Class 2 aggregate base followed by a cold patch per applicable city standards. Approximately 15 cubic yards of spoils from potholing in paved areas would be collected in steel drums and disposed of appropriately at an approved landfill or reused based on analytical testing results. The Investigation would require approximately 10 working days by a crew of four to five persons. Work hours would be confined to weekdays between 7 A.M. and 5 P.M. Nine of the 11 potholes would be excavated in or immediately adjacent to the Great Highway. This would necessitate closure of one northbound lane of the Great Highway for a period of up to 10 days. The remaining work sites are within the grounds of the Westside Pump Station and would be accessed form the northbound Great Highway via the pump station gates.
  • Reference:2016-015996ENV
  • Received:Dec 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - International Terminal Elevated Roadway Concrete Slab and Stormwater Drainage System Replacements - Replacement of cracked slabs with precast concrete slabs, and concrete filled after the precast slabs are in place. New expansion joints would be installed beneath the concrete slabs. The existing elastomeric pads would also be removed and replaced. 680 linear feet of existing concrete slab and roadway pavement would be removed to conduct maintenance on the stormwater drainage system. The stormwater gutter system would be an in-kind replacement, including the iso-flex drain guard membrane and associated drain pipes. Upon completion, the concrete slab and roadway pavement would be reconstructed.
  • Reference:2016-015848ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Water Quality Testing and Monitoring Project - The Project consists of the installation of 20 outdoor water sampling stations (18 new and replacement of 2 existing stations).
  • Reference:2016-015856ENV
  • Received:Dec 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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6101 FULTON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Recreation & Park - 6101 Fulton Street - Add ADA-compliant pathway and entry ramp. Modify entryway and door.
  • Reference:2016-015803ENV
  • Received:Dec 09, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Runways 19L and 19R Ends Seawall Repair Project - Placement of approximately 2,000 lineal feet of filter fabric and filter materials overlain by riprap along the Bayside of the existing earthen berm. Existing rip rap amounts would be supplemented where necessary. Pavement on the airfield side of the earthen berm would be repaired as necessary to eliminate seepage (see Exhibit 3, Attachment A). The concrete lining on the earthen berm would also be repaired as necessary to eliminate seepage. Sinkholes and potholes on the airfield side of the seawall would be excavated and backfilled for improved stability; however significant mass excavation of soil is not anticipated for this project. No permanent Bay fill is proposed as a part of the project.
  • Reference:2016-015809ENV
  • Received:Dec 09, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement Project along portions of 21 different streets throughout San Francisco - The proposed project involves the replacement and upgrades of sewer lines along portions of 20 different roadways in San Francisco. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 9,126 linear feet (1.73 miles) of replacement sewer line installation along portions of 3rd Ave. (btwn Fulton & Cabrillo), 11th Ave. (btwn Cabrillo & Balboa), 21st Ave. (btwn California & Lake), 41st Ave. (btwn Geary & Clement), 14th Ave. (btwn Vicente & Ulloa), 43rd Ave. (btwn Quintara & Pacheco), Belvedere St. (btwn Alma & Parnassus + Waller & Haight), Scott St. (btwn Grove & Fulton), Beach St. (btwn Broderick & Divisidero), Greenwich St. (btwn Scott & Pierce), Washington St. (btwn Steiner & Fillmore), Ina Ct. (from Mansfield St. to end), Goethe St. (btwn De Long & San Jose), Huron Ave. (btwn Sickles & Lawrence), Shotwell St. (btwn Precita & Cesar Chavez), Revere Ave. (btwn Jennings & Ingalls), North Point St. (at Broderick), Bay St. (at Divisdero), and Francisco St. (at Divisidero).
  • Reference:2016-015750ENV
  • Received:Dec 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement Project on 20th, 26th, 27th, 33rd, 40th Avenues & Stevenson St. - The proposed project involves the replacement and upgrades of approximately 7,159 linear feet (1.36 miles) of sewer lines along portions of 20th, 26th, 27th, 31st, 33rd, and 40th Avenues, as well as Stevenson Street in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2016-015555ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Drainage Sewer Improvements Project at the Intersetion of Urbano Dr. & Victoria St. (+ 7 other intersections in Ingleside Terrace) - The proposed project involves the construction of drainage sewer improvements, including the installation of 26 catch basins/inlets, three manholes, and approximately 283 total linear feet of additional culverts within existing public streets in the Ingleside Terrace neighborhood, specifically at the intersections of Victoria St. & Ocean Ave., Ashton Ave. & Ocean Ave., Pico Ave. & Urbano Dr., Ashton Ave. & De Montfort Ave., Urbano Dr. & Legion Ct., Ocean Ave. & Faxon Ave., and at Miramar Ave. & Ocean Ave.
  • Reference:2016-015526ENV
  • Received:Dec 05, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: BOS File No. 161286 - Port PPA dredging - Ordinance approving and authorizing the Executive Director of the Port of San Francisco (“Port”) to execute a Project Partnership Agreement with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (“USACE”) to allow federal dredging of the Central Basin adjacent to Pier 70 conditioned upon the Port providing a 25% matching share not to exceed $2,242,750 for the initial project costs, and the Port providing a 10% matching share, not to exceed an additional $897,100 for federal maintenance dredging of the Central Basin payable over the following 30 years, for a total matching share from the Port not to exceed $3,139,850; exempting the Agreement from certain requirements of the Environment Code and Administrative Code except to the extent that the Agreement obligates USACE to satisfy any such requirements; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2016-015443ENV
  • Received:Dec 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 'Potholing' Investigation Project along the San Andreas Pipeline No. 2 Right-of-Way Alignment - The proposed Investigation involves a total of 42 "pothole" excavations locations along the alignment of the SAPL 2 right-of-way, within the City of San Bruno to determine the location of utility lines. Individual utility lines would be located in approximately 36 locations, while multiple utility lines would be located within approximately 6 trenches. The depth of each proposed pothole ranges from approximately 3 to 18 feet.
  • Reference:2016-015312ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 17th and Folsom Permanent Barriers Project - The proposed project involves the installation of approximately 45 permanent receptacles within the sidewalk along 17th Street (between Shotwell Street and Folsom Street) and Folsom Street (between 17th Street and 18th Street) in San Francisco to accommodate the temporary deployment of a post-and-flood barrier system on an as-needed basis. The proposed Project is needed to address stormwater inundation in the neighborhood surrounding 17th, 18th, and Folsom Streets, which are subject to flooding during moderate to heavy storm events.
  • Reference:2016-015300ENV
  • Received:Nov 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1 SERGEANT JOHN V YOUNG ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
51 HAVELOCK ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
100 SERGEANT JOHN V YOUNG ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Ingleside SFPD station - San Francisco Public Works proposes a project for the Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing (MEP) upgrade of the San Francisco Police Department’s Ingleside station, to include external-envelope repair. Existing MEP elements are at the end of their operating lives and require replacement. External wood trim is also degraded and requires repair to assure continued function. Existing redwood gutters are at the end of their c. 100 year functional life and are severely compromised at joints and where butt-ended.
  • Reference:2016-015150ENV
  • Received:Nov 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Arguello Boulevard Traffic Signals - The Arguello Boulevard Traffic Signal project involves traffic signal work at the following locations: Arguello/Lake/Sacramento, Arguello/Clement, Arguello/Anza, Arguello/Balboa/Turk, Arguello/Cabrillo. The scope of work includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, and signal poles at existing signalized intersections. The maximum excavation is thirteen (13) feet for the signal pole foundations, eighteen inches for the pull boxes, and thirty inches for the underground conduits. Arguello Boulevard at Cabrillo Street is an existing unsignalized intersection receiving new underground conduit and pullboxes in preparation for a future pedestrian beacon. Signal visibility will be improved at the Clement Street and Balboa St/Turk St intersections. Moreover, the closed crosswalk across the north side of Clement Street at Arguello Boulevard will be re-opened as part of this project with new pedestrian countdown signals.
  • Reference:2016-015065ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5676 for public hearing 12/2/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 12/2/2016
  • Reference:2016-015058ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Contract 64 - New Traffic Signals at 8 Locations - The Contract 64 New Traffic Signals project proposes to install new traffic signals to improve pedestrian and vehicle safety, at the following 8 locations (7th/Minna, Alemany/Foote, Bryant/Sterling, Campus Way/Owens St, Ellis/Webster, Highland/Mission, Leavenworth/Washington, Mariposa/Pennsylvania)
  • Reference:2016-015051ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Taxi Regulatory Reform - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to amend the Transportation Code to reform and modernize the taxicab medallion system, ensuring a high standard of public safety and customer service, as well as allowing innovation and competition. Taxicab medallion reform is critical because the taxicab medallion sales program is experiencing a notable decrease in demand. This decrease in demand is generally attributed to the rise of Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) in San Francisco and the ability of TNC drivers to operate commercially as for hire vehicles without a medallion.
  • Reference:2016-015054ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1398 meeting on 12/1/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 12/1/16
  • Reference:2016-015088ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Bosworth Street Uphill Bike Lane - The SFMTA proposes to make safety improvements for people bicycling on westbound Bosworth Street between Hamerton Avenue and the O’Shaughnessy Boulevard shared bicycle/pedestrian path. This project will install a bike lane on westbound Bosworth in this area in the uphill direction, giving a dedicated zone to cyclists and minimizing conflicts with passing vehicles. The main goal of this project is to address community concerns surrounding safety for people biking uphill on Bosworth Street towards the Diamond Heights and Midtown Terrace neighborhoods. This project proposes two design alternatives that will both provide a bike lane on westbound Bosworth Street between Hamerton Avenue and the O’Shaughnessy Boulevard shared bicycle/pedestrian path. When vehicles and cyclists are sharing a roadway in the uphill direction, there can be conflicts caused by fast moving vehicles needing to pass slow moving cyclists. By installing a separate zone and comfortable uphill bike lane for cyclists, vehicle/bicycle passing and therefore potential conflicts are minimized. This is a paint‐only project that includes the following elements: Uphill Bike Lane: Both design alternatives (Option A and B) install an uphill bike lane on westbound Bosworth Street between Hamerton Avenue and the O’Shaughnessy Boulevard shared bicycle/pedestrian path. Parking Removal: To provide sufficient space for the uphill bike lane in both options, some unmetered parking will need to be removed on westbound Bosworth Street between Hamerton Avenue and Elk Street.
  • Reference:2016-015072ENV
  • Received:Nov 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1601 GRIFFITH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Griffith Pump Station Modernization and Refurbishment Project - The proposed project involves the refurbishment of the equipment within the pump station including pumps, valves, piping, electrical, and HVAC systems. The majority of the work would be carried out within the existing pump station. The only work proposed for outdoors is the replacement of chemical metering pumps, and the installation of two canopies that would be attached to the outside of the existing pump station building. The canopies would be installed to protect electrical and mechanical equipment mounted outside the building, and would be made of fiberglass reinforced plastic. The first would be 9 feet wide by 13 feet long and the second would be 18 feet wide by 23 feet long. The only proposed activities that would take place outside of the existing pump station would be the modification of an existing concrete hatch that leads to an underground sewage transport structure (by the addition of an equipment access hatch into the existing hatch cover), and the relocation of an emergency exit door leading from the underground manifold room. The proposed project would be constructed entirely within the footprint of existing development. No ground disturbance or excavation is proposed.
  • Reference:2016-015030ENV
  • Received:Nov 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Parcel: 9900031
Description: SFPORT - Per 31, Per 31 1/2, and Pier 33 - The proposed project would replace the existing single dock and gangway with two parallel floating docks (to accommodate three berths) and two gangways accessed from the existing bulkhead.
  • Reference:2017-000188ENV
  • Received:Nov 16, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: BOS File No.160222 - Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to prohibit the City from entering into or extending leases for the extraction of fossil fuel from City owned land, and requiring inspections of any such land and evaluation of constructive future uses for such land.
  • Reference:2016-014739ENV
  • Received:Nov 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1980 OAKDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Lease of 1980 Oakdale Avenue for City Distribution Division - The proposed project involves the lease an existing facility at 1980 Oakdale Avenue, immediately across Newcomb Ave. from City Distribution Division's Newcomb Facility, for a term of five years with an additional five-year option. 1980 Oakdale would provide about 26,000 square feet (sf) of warehouse space, 11,000 sf of office and finished mezzanine space (work space for about 62 employees), and 12,000 sf of paved parking lot (space for about 60 vehicles). The facility is being vacated by an online retailer that has outgrown the space. No modifications to the building or yard would be needed to accommodate CDD uses. CDD would use the leased space to “decompress” space at existing CDD facilities by relocating employees, materials and equipment primarily from the adjacent Newcomb Facility, which would free up space for previously-approved construction there, and potentially make it possible to vacate leased trailers that have provided temporary office space at CDD’s Newcomb and University Mound facilities. 1980 Oakdale would provide temporary holding space for materials relocated from other sites where vacant space is needed to stage upcoming projects (such as the replacement CDD fueling station in the yard across the street); longer term storage space, such as that needed for the stockpiled AWSS materials; and interim staging area for materials for ongoing CDD water pipeline replacement projects. Because of the benefits of adjacency, it is anticipated that most employee relocations would be from the Newcomb Yard. The Project would not include any physical modifications to the existing 1980 Oakdale facility or to CDD’s existing facilities. Any future modifications proposed for these facilities would be subject to subsequent CEQA review.
  • Reference:2016-014749ENV
  • Received:Nov 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Paul Avenue Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of approximately 777 linear feet of existing iron stone pipe with vitrified clay pipe and construct approximately 121 linear feet of new vitrified clay pipe within Paul Avenue from Crane Street to 3rd Street in the Bayview District. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. A total of approximately 898 linear feet (approximately 0.17 mile) of pipeline would be replaced and constructed.
  • Reference:2016-014783ENV
  • Received:Nov 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant Dystor Evacuation and Polymer System Upgrades Project - The proposed project involves equipment replacement and upgrades at various existing buildings at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant (SEP), including the installation of communication conduit and wiring at SEP Buildings 040/041; installation of a complete Total Solids Analyzer and associated ancillary calibration system in SEP Building 680; installation of a complete Dystor Evacuation System on a new permanent 19-foot-long by 9-foot-wide by 12-inch-deep concrete pad adjacent to the southeastern wall of SEP Building 740; in-kind replacement of two boiler gas boosters in SEP Building 740; and replacement of corroded structural members, in-kind roof replacement, and rehabilitation of gravity belt thickeners at SEP Building 785.
  • Reference:2016-014733ENV
  • Received:Nov 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5672 for public hearing 11/18/16 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 11/18/2016
  • Reference:2016-014607ENV
  • Received:Nov 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Pavement Renovation and Sewer Replacement Project on Urbano Dr. & 12 other streets in Ingleside Terrace neighborhood - The proposed project involves the conduction of sewer replacement or reconstruction along portion of 13 streets in the Ingleside Terrace neighborhood of San Francisco. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 7,108 linear feet (1.34 miles) of replacement sewer installation.
  • Reference:2016-014640ENV
  • Received:Nov 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1570 BURKE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA - 1570 Burke Avenue - TInterior and exterior alterations to existing 103,900 sq. ft. industrial building containing 750 sq. ft. of accessory office use. Change of use of 4,450 sq. ft. from industrial use to accessory office use. Exterior improvements: replace roof, repair and replace translucent panels in kind, add skylights, and add roll-up doors.
  • Reference:2016-014632ENV
  • Received:Nov 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Verizon Tuolumne Wireless Revocable Leases Project - The proposed project consists of Issuance by SFPUC's Real Estate Division of revocable licenses for Verizon Wireless or its subsidiary to upgrade its existing wireless facilities at two locations; within the existing HHWP utility yard at Intake Hill (designated "Hetch Hetchy near Cherry Lake Road" by Verizon) and on and adjacent the Moccasin Surge Tank, which is located on Priest Street near the upper end of the Moccasin Penstocks. Proposed Work at Cherry Lake Road/ Intake Hill Site. Verizon would lease space inside an existing equipment shelter for installation of new wireless equipment in SFPUC's existing electrical and communications yard on Intake Hill. Microwave antennas and related wireless equipment would be installed near the top of an existing 230 kV lattice tower to replace existing equipment at the same location. The new antennas and other equipment on the tower would be lower than the top of the existing electrical tower. Incidental excavation for cable installation within the yard would be needed. Access to the work site would be via an existing graveled road. All staging and other work would take place on existing graded and graveled surfaces. Proposed Work at Moccasin Surge Tank Site. Verizon's existing microwave antennas are mounted on the Moccasin Surge Tank, an existing water pressure control feature near the top of the Moccasin penstocks. The revocable license would permit the construction of a new 19' X 24 utility enclosure adjacent to the surge tank; replacement of/addition to the antennas on the tank; and trenching between the new utility enclosure and the surge tank antennas.
  • Reference:2016-014656ENV
  • Received:Nov 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1397 meeting on 11/10/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 11/10/2016
  • Reference:2016-014610ENV
  • Received:Nov 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
99 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
207 SKYLINE BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
991 LAKE MERCED BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - SFPD Pistol Range Modular Structure Replacement (700 John Muir Dr) - Replace existing 1,536 sq. ft. modular training structure with a new 2,226 sq. ft. modular training structure. Regrade existing pavement to support new structure. Add new ADA-compliant ramp and stair. Add underground utility lines. Construct 20' x 4' x 5' deep subsurface stormwater infiltration system south of the new structure. Restore vegetation and restripe parking lot to allow for the same number of parking spaces as currently existing.
  • Reference:2016-014384ENV
  • Received:Nov 04, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1067 POST ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Fire Station Door Roundup - The apparatus bay door project will remove the existing apparatus bay doors with frames at 20 fire stations, and install a new frame and door. The window design proposed for each station is given a letter designation in the table opposite, which is keyed to the accompanying plans. Door replacement will require minor new plumbing and/or electrical relocation, and minor framing repairs to accommodate the new door frame. Station 8 will also receive exterior envelope painting, including patching, crack and dent repair, and painting of the exterior, excluding the roof but including rooftop structure (stairs, hose towers, clerestory, etc.).
  • Reference:2016-014171ENV
  • Received:Nov 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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2995 SLOAT BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2501 SLOAT BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2785 SLOAT BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 ZOO RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2795 SLOAT BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2701 SLOAT BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Westside Pump Station Reliability Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the construction of a small new 4,500 sf, 1.5-story Electrical Building at the northwest corner of the WSS facility site above the existing underground Westside Transport Box. In addition, a portion of the one-story wing of the existing WSS Main Building would be modified (increased in height by about 5 feet) to accommodate a new, vertical redundant wet-weather bar screen and conveyor system and a new sluice gate operator. The Project would also include construction of a new redundant sewage/stormwater conveyance channel beneath the WSS Main Building’s existing one-story restroom and control room wing. The redundant channel would connect underground to the pumps inside the WSS, to the existing Westside Transport/Storage (WST) Box, and to the forcemain to the Oceanside Plant via 300-feet of new 54-inch forcemain and a new vault at the east side of the Great Highway just south of the WSS south driveway. These modifications would entail open-cut excavations to a depth of up to 65-feet under the sidewalk and part of the northbound curb lane of the Great Highway, adjacent to the WSS. The Project would also include replacement of main wet-weather submersible pumps that are located in the west wet-well south of the Main Building and expansion of the pump room in the Main Building to accommodate enlarged submersible pumps with that would provide redundant/stand-by pump capacity. Other internal improvements to the pump station would include relocation of the restroom, replacement of interior pipe manifolds and other mechanical/electrical equipment, and removal of 480-v low-voltage electrical equipment, which would be replaced by new 4,160-v medium-voltage electrical equipment in the proposed new electrical building. In addition, PG&E would provide new buried electrical feeds to the new electrical building from Skyline Blvd. and along Sloat Blvd. to the WSS.
  • Reference:2016-014160ENV
  • Received:Oct 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1700 EVANS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1595 DAVIDSON AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigation (including 'potholing') for the Souteast Plant Headworks Replacement Project - The proposed project involves three geotechnical borings to determine site specific geotechnical conditions, as well as "potholing" excavations to locate and collect information on existing utilities. Geotechnical borings and potholing would occur on the blocks of Rankin Street and Davidson Avenue adjacent to the Bruce Flynn Pump Station.
  • Reference:2016-014008ENV
  • Received:Oct 27, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - University Avenue Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of a segment of an existing 12-inch-diameter pipeline with 12-inch-diameter vitrified clay pipe (VCP) and the replacement of associated manholes along University Avenue in the Portola District of San Francisco. Short connecting sewer service lines would also be inspected and may be replaced in kind. A total of approximately 444 linear feet (approximately 0.08 mile) of pipeline would be replaced.
  • Reference:2016-013936ENV
  • Received:Oct 26, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Putnam Street One-Way Conversion - The proposed one-way conversion is on Putnam Street between Cortland and Jarboe Avenues. This section of Putnam Street would be converted into a one-way street northbound, with one lane of traffic. This project would establish Putnam Street as having one-way northbound operation between Cortland Avenue and Jarboe Avenue. Existing curbside parking would not be changed as a result of the oneway conversion. The typical cross-section would be seven foot parking lanes on each side of the street, and a 12-foot southbound vehicle lane. The appropriate regulatory signage would be installed including one-way signs, and the corresponding no right turn and no left turn signs at adjacent intersections. The proposed project would not result in changes to transit or loading.
  • Reference:2016-013809ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5668 for public hearing 11/4/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 11/4/2016
  • Reference:2016-013842ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1396th meeting on 10/27/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 10/27/2016
  • Reference:2016-013832ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5660 for public hearing 10/28/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 10/28/2016
  • Reference:2016-013836ENV
  • Received:Oct 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Crocker Amazon/Excelsior/Ingleside Heights Districts Sewer Replacement and Pavement Renovation Project - The proposed project involves the conduction of sewer pipeline replacements and upgrades along various streets in the Crocker Amazon, Ingleside, South of Market, and Downtown/Civic Center districts, including Newton Street, Prague Street, Seville Street, San Miguel Street, Homewood Court, Minerva Street, Chicago Way, Vernon Street, Cordova Street, Farallones Street, Majestic Avenue, Montana Street, Ralston Street, Colton Street, Hickory Street, and Curtis Street. The proposed project would involve the replacement of approximately 10,919 linear feet (1.93 miles) of existing sewer pipeline.
  • Reference:2016-013791ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant SCADA Server Room Refurbisment Project - The proposed project involves installation and replacement of equipment and minor refurbishments of an existing storage room, main server room, and fire riser room at the Sunol Valley Water Treatment Plant (SVWTP). The existing facility would house existing Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) servers, racks, and other related equipment including new electrical power panels, a chemical fire suppression system, alarm, and an air conditioning system. Proposed work activities include replacement of existing ductwork, supply and return air diffusers, thermostat and temperature sensors, and air conditioning units. All work activities would occur within the existing structure, with the exception of the installation of two (2) air conditioning condenser units that would be located in the previously landscaped area in front of the north entrance to the SVWTP. The two condenser units would sit side-by-side, on top of two (2) newly constructed concrete pads and surrounded by one 5-foot tall wooden screening fence approximately 35 feet in length. The condensers would be connected to the interior air handling units via small tubes in a new utility trench.
  • Reference:2016-013775ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Lake Merced Aeration Demonstration Project - The proposed project involves the installation of 12 compressors within three small cabinets that would pump air through13 1-inch diameter PVC pipes to be placed in the eastern region of South Lake at Lake Merced. The proposed demonstration project is intended to increase the dissolved oxygen levels within the lake and improve water quality.
  • Reference:2016-013801ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Drumm and Jackson Streets Sewer System Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the rehabilitation of approximately 1,010 linear feet of existing sewer boxes through internal repairs to be carried out inside the boxes, including power washing, installation of internal steel reinforcement and spray mortar lining. The boxes would be accessed via existing manholes, with the addition of one access pit in Drumm Street to access the junction of the two boxes from the exterior.
  • Reference:2016-013787ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Ulferts Center USA Revocable Lease of SFPUC ROW for Parking Lot Development - The proposed actions by the SFPUC involve the granting of a revocable lease and the granting of an easement to Ulferts Center USA, a private developer, for use of a segment of SFPUC's Bay Division Pipeline 3 and 4 right of way (ROW) for development of a 63-space parking lot to provide ancillary parking for the adjacent existing Ulferts Center shopping mall.
  • Reference:2016-013770ENV
  • Received:Oct 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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2500 17TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Recreation & Park - Franklin Square (2500 17th Street) - Installation of three adult exercise equipment on an existing lawn. Installation of three to five new exterior light fixtures on existing tall fence poles adjacent sports field.
  • Reference:2016-013486ENV
  • Received:Oct 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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5701 03RD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Recreation & Park - Bay View Park (5701 3rd Street) - Park Improvements
  • Reference:2016-013490ENV
  • Received:Oct 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Cable Car Barn Propulsion Gearbox Rehabilitation - The Cable Car Barn Propulsion Gearbox Rehabilitation project proposes to overhaul and refurbish all Cable Car gearboxes presently in use at the Cable Car Barn at 1201 Mason St. and the spare unit presently in storage at the Burke Storage Facility at 1580 Burke Ave. The work includes in-kind replacement of all wear and tear parts internal to the gearbox housing, primarily bearings, seals, and gaskets. Additional inspection to gears, shafts, and other mechanical parts would be performed during gearbox tear down, and will be replaced as needed. No expansion or modification is proposed as part of the rehabilitation. The gearboxes are located within the Cable Car Barn and the Burke Storage Facility and are not visible from the public right-of-way or accessible to the public.
  • Reference:2016-013330ENV
  • Received:Oct 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 11th Street and Mission Bike Improvements - The SFMTA proposes to make the following modifications on 11th Street between Minna Street and 98 feet northerly of Mission Street: 1) Add bike lanes on Mission Street between Mission Street and Minna Street to close a one-block gap on the 11th Street bike network corridor. The project would add a shared use right turn lane on northbound and southbound 11th Street approaching Mission Street to better delineate vehicle and bike positioning approaching the intersection. Right Lane Must Turn Right except Bike and Muni restrictions would be installed for the turn pockets. 2) Establish a 10 foot long bike box in the right and through-left lane of northbound 11th Street to assist with the bicycle northbound left turn onto Mission Street. The advanced limit line would be continued into the left turn lane in order to accommodate articulated buses that turn right from eastbound Mission Street onto southbound 11th Street. The project would remove: 1) 4 parking spaces on the east side of 11th Street south of Mission Street. 2) 7 parking spaces on the west side of 11th Street north of Mission Street
  • Reference:2016-013343ENV
  • Received:Oct 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main and Sewer Replacment Project on Eureka St, Corwin St, Grand View Ave, & Mangels Ave - The proposed project involves the conduction of water-distribution-system replacement and upgrades along the stretch of Eureka Street between Market Street and 23rd Street, as well as collection-system sewer replacement and upgrades along Eureka and Corwin Streets, and Grand View and Mangels Avenues. The proposed Project would include a total of approximately 6,500 linear feet (1.23 miles) of water main installation and rehabilitation as well as a total of approximately 5,341 linear feet (1.01 miles) of replacement sewer installation.
  • Reference:2016-013222ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Foerster St Auxiliary and Mangels/Hearst/Detroit Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the installation of new vitrified clay pipelines (VCP) and the replacement of existing iron stone pipelines (ISP) along portions of Foerster Street, Mangels Avenue, Avenue, Hearst Avenue, and Detroit Street. Project activities would include installation of new and replacement pipelines and replacement of associated manholes. Short connecting sewer service lines would be inspected and may be replaced in kind. A total of approximately 3,162 linear feet (approximately 0.6 mile) of pipeline would be constructed or replaced.
  • Reference:2016-013235ENV
  • Received:Oct 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1395th meeting on 10/13/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 10/13/2016
  • Reference:2016-013827ENV
  • Received:Oct 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - New Traffic Signal at 15th and Dolores - The 15th Street and Dolores Avenue New Traffic Signal project would improve pedestrian, bicycle, and vehicle safety, at the intersection of 15th Street and Dolores Avenue by installing a new traffic signal. The scope of work includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, a controller cabinet, and accessible pedestrian signals at the 4-Way STOP controlled intersection of 15th Street and Dolores Avenue. The maximum excavation is three and a half (3.5) feet for the signal pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundation, and twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits.
  • Reference:2016-012949ENV
  • Received:Oct 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW - Standard Construction Measures - EP to provide input on memo from Public Works Director directing all Public Works staff to incorporate standard construction measures into all Public Works projects.
  • Reference:2016-012909ENV
  • Received:Oct 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5656 for public hearing 10/14/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-012737ENV
  • Received:Oct 03, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1395 for Meeting of 10/13/2016 - One South Van Ness Avenue 7th Floor San Francisco CA 94102 Tel: 415.701.4500 Fax: 415.701.4737 www.sfmta.com Agenda 1395 Page 4 of 4 Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-013413ENV
  • Received:Sep 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW - Fire Stations 3, 7, 22, 29, 39, 40, 42, and 49. - SFPW – Minor improvements to Fire Stations 3, 22, 29, 39, 40, 43, and 49. Replace non-original doors at all stations. Reroofing and in-kind replacement of skylights and rooftop equipment at Stations 29 and 39.
  • Reference:2016-012697ENV
  • Received:Sep 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Dolores Street Median Parking Pilot Program - On August 16th, 2016, the SFMTA Board of Directors authorized SFMTA staff to develop and implement a 16-month pilot project authorizing parking alongside certain Dolores Street center medians between 14th and 18th Streets. The pilot would provide clarity as to the times and dates during which “median parking” (the phrase that will hereafter be used to refer to the practice of parking vehicles in the travel lane adjacent to the Dolores Street center medians) would be permitted. The pilot would likewise increase the safety of Dolores Street for all street users by limiting where and when the parking may occur. SFMTA staff must return to the SFMTA Board of Directors for approval of a median parking pilot prior to its implementation. SFMTA is proposing a 16-month pilot in order to ensure enough time for evaluation, and to ensure enough time to develop and submit a proposal for a permanent program after evaluation and before the conclusion of the pilot.
  • Reference:2016-012705ENV
  • Received:Sep 30, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigation for potential repairs to the San Andreas Pipeline No. 2 - The proposed investigation involves a total of 22 geotechnical borings along the alignment of the right-of- way of the San Andreas Pipeline No. 2, within the City of San Bruno, for the purposes of collecting soils and groundwater data.
  • Reference:2016-012573ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5651 for public hearing 9/30/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-012735ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Fence Installation Project at Camp Mather Cottage 4 - The project would construct approximately 90 linear feet of 6-foot-high wood fence to enclose the rear yard of an existing modular cottage at SFPUC's Camp Mather in Tuolumne County.
  • Reference:2016-012584ENV
  • Received:Sep 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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100 HOFFMAN AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Public Works - Fire Station 24 (100 Hoffman Avenue) - Apparatus Bay Door Replacement The apparatus bay door project will remove the existing apparatus bay doors with frames, and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Door replacement will require minor plumbing and/or electrical relocation, and minor framing repairs to accommodate the new door frame. Roof Repairs Roof Improvement will include repair of low slope roof, parapet coping/flashing, and lead flashing and replacement of select elements of the roof drainage system. Exterior Envelope Improvements Improvements to include restoration of select exterior façade elements including: brick re-pointing and limited replacement, lintel repair and re-coating, replacement of steel windows, replacement of damaged glazing, repainting of stucco in select areas, replacement of parapet finishes, and limited flashing repair.
  • Reference:2016-012307ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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499 41ST AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Public Works - Fire Station 34 (499 41st Avenue) - Apparatus Bay Door Replacement The apparatus bay door project will remove the existing apparatus bay doors with frames, and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Door replacement will require minor plumbing and/or electrical relocation, and minor framing repairs to accommodate the new door frame. Exterior Envelope Improvements to include restoration of select exterior façade elements including: brick re-pointing and limited replacement, lintel repair and re-coating, replacement of steel windows, replacement of damaged glazing, repainting of stucco in select areas, limited flashing repair, and replacement of metal guard.
  • Reference:2016-012309ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1595 DAVIDSON AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1700 EVANS AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Hazardous Materials Investigation at the Bruce Flynn Pump Station - The proposed project involves a hazardous materials investigation to collect soil samples from 16 boring locations, each eight feet deep, on a vacant portion of a parcel that includes the SFPUC's Bruce Flynn Pump Station, located at 1595 Davison Ave., 1700 Evans Ave., & 398 Quint St.
  • Reference:2016-012292ENV
  • Received:Sep 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5648 for public hearing 9/23/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: SFMTA Board o Approval Action Date: 11/8/2016
  • Reference:2016-013839ENV
  • Received:Sep 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Storm Drain Pump Station No. 2 Emergency Repair Project - Replace existing structural beams supporting Storm Drain Pump Station No. 2 outfall pipes at San Francisco International Airport.
  • Reference:2016-012157ENV
  • Received:Sep 20, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1394th for Meeting on 9/22/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-012068ENV
  • Received:Sep 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Anza Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of 1,451 feet of existing 8-inch sewer lines along Anza Street, between 16th Avenue and 22nd Avenue, with new 12-inch sewer lines.
  • Reference:2016-011982ENV
  • Received:Sep 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Turk Street Safety Improvement Project - Improvements for people walking and bicycling on Turk between Mason Street and Gough Street. This project proposes to reduce the number of travel lanes from three to two between Leavenworth and Polk, install protected or buffered bike lanes from Mason to Polk Streets, create left turn pockets, and bike boxes at various intersections, as described below. The purpose of the project is to increase the visibility of pedestrians and people on bikes throughout the corridor, create safer intersection crossings, and reduce the potential for conflicts and collisions. This is a paint-only project and would not involve construction or excavation. The project has been identified as one of the efforts in the Mayoral Executive Directive for Vision Zero to implement the highest achievable safety improvements for bicycling.
  • Reference:2016-011880ENV
  • Received:Sep 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Port - Pier 96 Stormwater Improvement Project - Replace stormwater infrastructure at the south end of Pier 96. Replace two storm drain pipelines with connection to one new outfall structure and one existing outfall structure. Install three backflow prevention devices and two aboveground stormwater treatment units.
  • Reference:2016-011877ENV
  • Received:Sep 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5646 for public hearing 9/16/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-012724ENV
  • Received:Sep 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Police Training Range Improvements Project - Modifications and renovations to existing police training range.
  • Reference:2016-011526ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 7th Street Safety Project - Installation of a parking-protected bikeway (Class IV) on 7th Street between Market Street and Brannan Street as part of the 7th Street Safety Project (proposed project). The proposed project also consists of minor restriping of streets (i.e., painted safety zones, lane marking changes), colored curb changes, and sign installations. Below-grade excavation required to construct boarding islands would be limited to depths not greater than 2 feet.
  • Reference:2016-011501ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Turk Street Safety Improvement Project - safety improvements for pedestrians and bicyclists on Turk between Mason Street and Gough Street. This project proposes to reduce the number of travel lanes from three to two between Leavenworth and Polk, install protected or buffered bike lanes from Mason to Polk Streets, create left turn pockets, and bike boxes at various intersections, as described below. The purpose of the project is to increase the visibility of pedestrians and people on bikes throughout the corridor, create safer intersection crossings, and reduce the potential for conflicts and collisions. This is a paint-only project and would not involve construction or excavation. The project has been identified as one of the efforts in the Mayoral Executive Directive for Vision Zero to implement the highest achievable safety improvements for bicycling.
  • Reference:2016-011517ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Submitted
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Description: SFPUC - Temporary Office Trailer Installations to Support the New Headworks Project - The proposed project would involve the installation of four to seven office trailers for use during the design phase of the Southeast Plant Headworks Replacement Project. The temporary office trailers would be located in a 1/2 acre lawn area adjacent to Phelps Street at the the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant.
  • Reference:2016-011561ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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450 07TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
461 06TH AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Richmond Police Station MEP Upgrades - Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing upgrades to an existing police station. Exterior improvements that are visible from the public right of way are limited to replacement of brick and mortar around new exhaust fan louvers.
  • Reference:2016-011520ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1250 JONES ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW 1250 Jones Street - Upgrade the existing rooftop radio station equipment. Replace the rooftop generator in kind and install a new air conditioning unit to be attached to an existing wall on the roof. Install an 8-foot-deep underground vault below the sidewalk along Jones Street in front of the building. Add new 4-inch-diameter double containment pipe from the vault to the generator that will be mounted on the exterior of the building.
  • Reference:2016-011490ENV
  • Received:Sep 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Rain Guage Installation Project - The proposed project involves the installation of tipping-bucket-style rain gauges on the roofs of eight City-owned buildings. The proposed sites are owned and operated by the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department and the San Francisco Unified School District.
  • Reference:2016-011473ENV
  • Received:Sep 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1393rd meeting on 9/8/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. o Approval Action: ISCOTT Committee o Approval Action Date: 9/8/2016
  • Reference:2016-012058ENV
  • Received:Sep 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - San Joaquin Pipeline Cathodic Protection Stations Refurbishment Project - The proposed project involves rehabilitation of cathodic protection stations at four locations on the San Joaquin Pipeline, a potable water transmission steel pipeline, to prevent corrosive soil and groundwater from compromising the integrity of the water mains. The rehabilitation of the existing cathodic protection stations would include mechanical and minor physical refurbishment activities. This section of the San Joaquin Pipeline shares a right of way corridor with the San Joaquin electrical transmission line. Each work site is an approximately 10-foot by 10-foot fenced enclosure with a ground cover of several inches of gravel, which is maintained free of vegetation. All work activities at each of the four sites would be confined to the existing fenced enclosure and would avoid vegetated areas. No vegetation or tree removal would occur.
  • Reference:2016-011484ENV
  • Received:Sep 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Marin Street Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of approximately 1,800 linear feet of existing 24-inch sewer pipeline, from the Marin Outfall to Third Street, with a 30-inch line in the same alignment and at the same depths, to better serve existing and approved development north of Islais Creek.
  • Reference:2016-011325ENV
  • Received:Sep 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Line Replacement Project on Prospect Ave. - The proposed project involves the replacement of 812 linear feet of an existing 8-inch sewer line with a 12-inch line under Prospect Ave., between Esmeralda Ave. and Coso Ave.
  • Reference:2016-011333ENV
  • Received:Sep 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Plot 40 Reconstruction Project - 550,000 square feet of existing asphalt concrete apron would either be ground up to depths of one foot below grade and repaved, or demolished up to depths of two feet below grade and repaved, depending on the condition of the apron pavement. All areas would be repaved with asphalt concrete. The aircraft envelope and lead in lines would then be repainted.
  • Reference:2016-011229ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5635 for public hearing 9/2/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-012720ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Boarding Area F Gates 78 and 79 Apron Pavement Reconstruction Project - 27,500 square feet of existing asphalt concrete apron would be removed to depths of up to two feet below grade. The demolished area would then be repaved with Portland concrete cement. The aircraft envelope and lead in lines would then be repainted. The existing utilities, including electrical and water lines, would not be changed nor affected by the reconstruction activities.
  • Reference:2016-011238ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - 8th Street Safety Project - Installation of a parking-protected bike-way (Class IV) on 8th Street between Market Street and Brannan Street. Minor re-striping of streets, colored curb changes, and sign installations. Excavation to construct boarding islands.
  • Reference:2016-011267ENV
  • Received:Aug 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Preconditioned Air Units and 400 Hz Ground Power Converter Units Project - Installation of Preconditioned Air Unit (PCA) and Ground Power Unit (GPU) Project. These electrical units would replace the diesel and jet fueled (onboard) auxiliary power units that aircraft use when parked.
  • Reference:2016-011096ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1443 GROVE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Fire Station 21 Hose-Tower Removal - Removal of existing non-original apparatus bay doors and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Removal of existing hose-tower. Roof removal and replacement.
  • Reference:2016-011141ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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3880 26TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Fire Station 11 Hose-Tower Removal - Removal of existing non-original apparatus bay doors and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Removal of existing hose-tower. Roof removal and replacement.
  • Reference:2016-011127ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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1145 STANYAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Fire Station 12 Hose-Tower Removal - Removal of existing non-original apparatus bay doors and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Removal of existing hose-tower. Roof removal and replacement.
  • Reference:2016-011130ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Metro East - Five Track Extension - The SFMTA is procuring additional Light Rail Vehicles that are scheduled to arrive beginning December 2016. The Muni Metro East – Five Track Extension Project (the Project) will provide additional track storage space for the growing fleet of vehicles to be stored inside the MUNI Metro East (MME) Facility. The Project area is within the City and County of San Francisco. The location of the work is mainly bounded by Cesar Chavez Street on the south, Illinois Street on the west, 25th Street on the north, and Maryland Street on the east. The work to be performed consists of the following: 1. Extend five existing at-grade Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) tracks 2. Extend the existing Overhead Contact System to correspond with the extended tracks. 3. Perform general site work which includes soil improvement, paving, lighting, surface drainage system, electrical outlets, hose bibs and underground utility relocation work as required.
  • Reference:2016-011134ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: MODIFIED SFO High Speed Gate Checkpoint Installation at West Field Security Checkpoint - Enhance and Add to the Existing Vehicle Entry Gate; Remove One Existing Vehicle Exit Gate and Relocate the Other; Shift the Existing AOA Fence; Relocate Romeo Checkpoint Guard Shack on the AOA; Relocate the Vehicle Service Road (VSR); Modify Existing Underground Utilities; Temporary West Field Security Checkpoint
  • Reference:2016-011091ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Southeast Outfall Islais Creek Crossing Replacement - SFPUC - Wastewater Enterprise operates and maintains a San Francisco's combined sewer system which collects and treats both sewage and stormwater. The southeast Water Pollution control Plant (SEP) lies between California Interstate 280 and Third Street, south of Islais Creek (Creek), in the City's Bayview-Hunter's Point neighborhood. Treated effluent from the SEP flows through a six-foot-diameter gravity pipe to the Booster Pump Station (BPS) located north of the SEP on the sourthern bank of Islais Creek, imediately west of Third Street. The BPS discharges the treated effluent to the Bay through the Southeast Outfall (SEO). There are two ductile iron (DI) pipes (36-inch and 42-inch) that transport the flow from the BPS. Under Islais Creek, these two pipes, collectively called the SEO Underwater crossing (crossing), were constructed across Islais Creek and are buried in the bottom of the creek bed. The DI force mains were constructed in 1967 and have reached the end of their useful life; the SFPUC proposes to repair and replace the crossing.
  • Reference:2016-011136ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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1000 OCEAN AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Fire Station 15 Hose-Tower Removal - Removal of existing non-original apparatus bay doors and install a new frame and bi-fold door. Removal of existing hose-tower. Roof removal and replacement.
  • Reference:2016-011137ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Cancelled
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Description: SFPW Great Highway Reroute - The proposed project will preserve the roadway's function while converting the existing Great Highway northbound lane segment (2lanes) between Skyline and Sloat Boulevards into a single northbound and a single southbound travel lane. These northbound and southbound travel lanes will have 6-foot wide shoulders, but no separation other than double yellow line striping due to the need to accommodate emergency vehicle passage. New catch basins and culverts will be installed as needed for proper drainage of the roadway, and will be connected to the existing sewer main. The existing Class III bicycle lanes will be maintained in both directions. Bicycle lane signage will be installed
  • Reference:2016-011101ENV
  • Received:Aug 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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4150 CLEMENT ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
150 MENDOSA AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1250 JONES ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA - Radio System Replacement Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to replace existing radio system equipment at two existing locations: 1) Clay-Jones (1250 Jones Street) (Block 0221 Lot 044) and 2) Forest Hill (150 Mendosa Avenue) (Block 2207 Lot 040). A third location 3) Fort Miley/VA Hospital (4150 Clement Street) (Block 1313 Lot 023) is included in the project, but is under Federal Jurisdiction and would be subject to its own environmental review process. The project would include the replacement of existing equipment and the addition of new rooftop antennas located at the same sites as the existing equipment. The proposed project is part of a Citywide Radio Replacement and Upgrade Program to upgrade emergency communications facilities for use by fire and police stations and other City Department Emergency Operating Centers.
  • Reference:2016-011003ENV
  • Received:Aug 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Groundwater Test Well Project at Ludeman Lane, Millbrae, CA - The proposed project involves the installation of two groundwater test wells within an existing SFPUC right-of-way at Ludeman Lane and Green Hills Drive in the City of Millbrae. Activities involve drilling two borings down to 650 below ground surface and pumping tests to determine the productivity of the wells, taking 2 to 3 months to complete.
  • Reference:2016-011019ENV
  • Received:Aug 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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560 20TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
580 20TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
570 20TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
550 20TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
590 20TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Port of San Francisco - 19th and Illinois Street - The Port of San Francisco seeks to develop an approximately 60,000 square foot lot at the southeast corner of the intersection of 19th and Illinois Streets as an approximately 250-space surface parking lot. The site is largely undeveloped and partially paved, relatively level, and up to ten feet below the adjacent Illinois Street. The site is bordered to the north and east by Crane Cove Park and the future extension of 19th Street into the park, to the west by Illinois Street, and to the south by existing Buildings 101, 102 and 104 scheduled for renovation by Orton Development Inc. (i.e., the 20th Street Historic Buildings). The project site is currently not publicly accessible. See attached Transportation Assessment.
  • Reference:2016-011016ENV
  • Received:Aug 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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375 WOODSIDE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1001 CLARENDON AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
375 LAGUNA HONDA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
598 PORTOLA DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPW - Youth Guidance Center (375 Woodside Avenue) - Replace steeply sloped existing walkway with an ADA-compliant ramp system to the entrance of the Youth Guidance Center. No change to the building.
  • Reference:2016-011000ENV
  • Received:Aug 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5633 for public hearing 8/26/16 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-011123ENV
  • Received:Aug 23, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Mel Leong Treatment Plant Employee Bus Parking Projects - Minor alteration of existing facilities.
  • Reference:2016-010693ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: West Field Water Main Replacement Project - Installation of new pipelines and modifications and replacement of existing pipelines.
  • Reference:2016-010691ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Subway Elevator Reliability Project - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to execute contracts with private parties involving the as-needed inspection, maintenance, and repair of existing elevators and escalators within SFMTA-owned and/or –operated facilities. The project would replace and/or repair elevator and escalator components, including in the Van Ness, Church, Castro, and Forest Hill Muni Metro stations. At this time, SFMTA operates a total of fifty-two elevators and escalators. Forty elevators and escalators are located in the Muni Metro System. The twelve remaining elevators are located at other facilities. The elevators in the Muni Metro Subway, which provide critical access to platform, station and street levels, have not been upgraded since the system was built in the 1970s. Elevators experience high failure rates as a result, which have led to several recent breakdowns and entrapments. This project will replace several components that are most prone to failure, including door operators, landing doors, cab doors, door tracks, sills and sill angles, thus extending their useful life and improving reliability.
  • Reference:2016-010674ENV
  • Received:Aug 17, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotechnical Investigation Project for Mountain Tunnel Long-Term Improvement Project - The proposed project involves the drilling of geotechnical corings along the 12-mile alignment of the SFPUC's Mountain Tunnel to improve understanding of subsurface conditions affecting the condition of tunnel. 12 cores would be drilled, primarily within the SFPUC's Raker Act right-of-way corridor across Stanislaus National Forest land and Bureau of Land Management land. Total ground disturbance would be less than 1/3 acre.
  • Reference:2016-010547ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1392nd meeting on 8/17/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-011125ENV
  • Received:Aug 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1701 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Cryogenic Oxygen Plant Demolition & Liquid Oxygen Systems Upgrades Project at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant - The proposed Project involves removal and replacement of the current liquid oxygen storage tanks and the vaporizers and cooling towers. In addition, the Oxygen Generation Building (SEP 270) would be demolished. The replacement equipment would be located on the north side of the existing transformer. Removal and replacement of these pieces of equipment would include removal of concrete foundations and related piping. To support the new liquid oxygen storage tanks and vaporizers, a new foundation slab approximately 70 feet long by 40 feet wide and 3 feet thick would be poured. The liquid oxygen tanks foundation would be supported by a total of 39 12-3/4 inch diameter steel torque-down piles, a minimum of 55 feet deep.
  • Reference:2016-010393ENV
  • Received:Aug 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5629 for public hearing 8/19/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-010474ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1391st meeting on 8/11/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-010476ENV
  • Received:Aug 09, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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5210 DIAMOND HEIGHTS BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 5210 Diamond Heights Boulevard (George Christopher Playground) - Demolition of an existing children's playground. Construction of a new children's playground. Upgrades to additional park structures.
  • Reference:2016-010095ENV
  • Received:Aug 03, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5624 for public hearing 8/5/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-010479ENV
  • Received:Aug 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Bryant Street Bike Network Improvement Project - SFMTA proposed to install bike lanes on both sides of Bryant Street between Division Street and 17th Street. As an active transit corridor for vehicles in revenue service and vehicles traveling to and from the Potrero Division, bicycle lanes will provide the benefit of increased separation between bicyclists and large vehicles. The typical proposed roadway configuration is 9’ curbside on-street parking, 5’ bike lanes, and one 11’ travel lane in each direction. The typical existing roadway configuration is one 25’ travel lane in each direction with curbside on-street parking. Zero on-street parking will be removed for the purpose of installing the bicycle lanes. This project will increase the amount of bicycle lanes on San Francisco streets by 0.6 mile. The proposed bike lanes were not evaluated in the San Francisco Bicycle Plan Environmental Impact Report. In addition to bicycling improvements, this project will also install intersection daylighting to improve pedestrian safety through improved visibility. Intersection daylighting will be installed at the following locations: • Southbound Bryant Street north of 17th Street (Removes 1 on-street parking space) • Southbound Bryant north of 16th Street (Removes 1 on-street parking space) • Westbound 16th Street west of Bryant Street (Removes 1 on-street parking space) • Northbound Bryant Street north of 15th Street (Removes 1 on-street parking space) The extents of this project are part of an active Muni transit route, 27-Bryant. This project will implement bus stop consolidation and relocation for the 27-Bryant. The proposed bus stop consolidation is not related to Travel Time Reduction Proposals identified as part of the Muni Forward program and evaluated in the Transit Effectiveness Project Environmental Impact Report. The combined bus stop consolidations and relocations will result in a total net loss of 3 on-street parking spaces.
  • Reference:2016-009887ENV
  • Received:Jul 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotech Investigation Project for Repair of San Andreas Reservoir Service Road - The proposed project involves two geotechnical borings to a depth of 60 feet below ground surface at two locations along the East Shore Service Road, adjacent to San Andreas Reservoir in San Mateo County, which has been damaged by landslides.
  • Reference:2016-009835ENV
  • Received:Jul 27, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Walkfirst Pedestrian Countdown Signals - The SFMTA Walkfirst Pedestrian Countdown Signals # 1 project aims to improve signal visibility and/or pedestrian crossings at the 17 locations throughout the city. The scope of w ork includes the installation of new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, controller cabinets, and accessible pedestrian signals at existing signalized intersections. The maximum excavation is eleven (11) feet for the signal pole foundations, eighteen (18) inches for the pull boxes, sixteen (16) inches for the cabinet foundation, and twenty-four (24) inches for the underground conduits. In addition, Six (6) foot wide sidewalk bulb-outs are proposed for the northeast and southwest corners of 22nd Street and South Van Ness Avenue, removing one (1) metered and two (2) unmetered parking spaces. Five (5) foot wide sidewalk bulb-outs are proposed for the northwest, southwest, and southeast corners of Acton Street Mission Street and Sickles Avenue, w ith no impact to parking.
  • Reference:2016-009678ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Evening Taxi Zone - Van Ness @ Grove - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes the following parking and traffic modification on the west side of Van Ness Avenue between Grove and Hayes Streets: ESTABLISH – TAXI ONLY ZONE, 6 PM TO 12 MIDNIGHT, DAILY - Van Ness Avenue, west side, from 30 feet to 96 feet south of Grove Street
  • Reference:2016-009695ENV
  • Received:Jul 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1 YACHT RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
150 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
850 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10000 MARINA GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
800 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3751 LAGUNA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
110 YACHT RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 3950 Scott Street - Temporary Harbor Master Office Trailer - Temporary Harbor Master Office Trailer
  • Reference:2016-009616ENV
  • Received:Jul 22, 2016
  • Status:On Hold
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Description: SFMTA Order No. 5618 for Public Hearing on 7/29/2016 - Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1 (c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-009619ENV
  • Received:Jul 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1390 for Meeting of 7/28/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-009622ENV
  • Received:Jul 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
785 MOSCOW ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
799 MOSCOW ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Crocker Amazon Farm Project - The proposed project involves the development of an approximately 10,000 square foot community garden on the approximately 40,000 square foot Amazon Reservoir Tract site. Approximately 18,000 square feet would be graded to a depth of 2.5 feet, approximately 1,667 cubic yards of soil would be excavated, approximately 4,900 square feet would be paved.
  • Reference:2016-009396ENV
  • Received:Jul 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Parcel: 9900026
Description: Port - Pier 26 Fireboat Berth - The Pier 26 north apron repair would involve the removal and replacement of damaged and missing fender piles. The construction work would use substitute materials but would be generally consistent with the original pier apron design including replacing the fender piles. The project would also modify the existing depressed rail bed by placing replacement materials above the rail bed, in order to create a continuous apron deck to allow SFFD staff access between the pier shed and the fireboat and life safety vessels. The existing historic depressed rail and the rail bed structural elements would remain. In addition, the project scope would remove environmentally harmful creosote-treated piles and replace them with steel piles that are smaller in diameter.
  • Reference:2016-009312ENV
  • Received:Jul 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Roof Replacement Project for Peninsula Watershed Buildings - The proposed project involves the replacement of roofing material on the following buildings within the San Francisco Peninsula Watershed lands: San Andreas Cottage, Davis Tunnel Cottage and Outbuildings, Upper Crystal Springs Cottage, and the Cypress Work Center.
  • Reference:2016-008971ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Owens Street Two-Way Left Turn Lane - Currently, the segment of Owens Street between C Street and 16th Street is unstriped from 40 feet south of C Street to 160 feet north of 16th Street, as shown in Exhibit A. This project will install a center-running, two-way left turn lane on this segment and a left turn pocket at the intersection of Owens Street and C Street, as shown in Exhibit B. The project also includes installation of a left turn only lane on southbound 16th Street at the Owens Street intersection. This project does not preclude implementation of the future improvements (two through lanes in each direction of Owens Street) proposed in the Mission Bay EIR.
  • Reference:2016-008912ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1389 for Meeting of 7/14/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-008947ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5610 for Public Hearing on 7/15/16 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-008951ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin to Priest Reservoir Fiber Optic Installation - The proposed project involves the installation of fiber optic cable on existing power/telephone lines between the SFPUC facilities at the Town of Moccasin to Priest Reservoir. Most of the new cable would be installed on existing power or telephone poles that are accessible along a maintained transmission corridor or existing access roads. However, three new poles would be required along the route, on the shoulder of a road between the top of the Moccasin Penstocks and the top of Priest Grade. One pole would be 40 feet tall, and the other two would be 30 feet tall above existing grade.
  • Reference:2016-008955ENV
  • Received:Jul 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Gates and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Project - The proposed project involves the installation of security gates, related roadway improvements, electric-vehicle charging stations, and security cameras at the SFPUC's facilities in the Town of Moccasin, Tuolumne County.
  • Reference:2016-008905ENV
  • Received:Jul 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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131 LENOX WAY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: RPD West Portal Playground Improvements - Redesign playground and add new equipment, new seating area.
  • Reference:2016-008794ENV
  • Received:Jul 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Emergency Repairs along Forest Service Road 1S01 to Mountain Tunnel Adit 5/6 - The proposed project involves emergency repairs to approximately 60 linear feet of Forest Service Road 1S01, which provides access to Mountain Tunnel Adit 5/6 in Tuolumne County.
  • Reference:2016-008769ENV
  • Received:Jul 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5606 for public hearing 7/1/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-008645ENV
  • Received:Jul 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Grattan Street One-Way Conversion - The SFMTA proposes a one-way conversion on Grattan Street between Shrader and Cole Streets. This section of Grattan Street would be converted into an eastbound one-way street, with one lane of traffic. Existing curbside parking would not be changed as a result of the one-way conversion. The typical cross-section would be seven foot parking lanes on each side of the street, and a 16-foot eastbound vehicle lane. The appropriate regulatory signage would be installed including one-way signs, and the corresponding no right turn and no left turn signs. In accordance with the proposed one-way eastbound operation of Grattan Street, no turns would be permitted from Cole Street onto Grattan Street in the westbound direction.
  • Reference:2016-008649ENV
  • Received:Jul 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Banks Street One-Way Conversion - The SFMTA proposes a one-way conversion is on a two (2) block stretch of Banks Street between Jarboe Avenue and Ogden Avenue. Banks Street from Jarboe Avenue to Tompkins Avenue, and Banks Street from Tompkins Avenue to Ogden Avenue would each be converted into one-way streets southbound, with one lane of traffic. The project would also expand school bus loading zones and daylight a busy corner. This project would establish Banks Street as having one-way operation between Jarboe Avenue and Ogden Avenue. Existing curbside parking would not be changed as a result of the one-way conversion. The typical cross-section would be seven foot parking lanes on each side of the street, and an 11-foot southbound vehicle lane. The appropriate regulatory signage would be installed including one-way signs, and the corresponding no right turn and no left turn signs. Additionally, an approximately 17-foot-long red curb daylighting zone to improve pedestrian visibility would be established on the south side Tompkins Avenue at Prentiss Street.
  • Reference:2016-008383ENV
  • Received:Jun 27, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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110 YACHT RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1 YACHT RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
10000 MARINA GREEN DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
800 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
850 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
150 MARINA BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
3751 LAGUNA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Recreation & Park - East Harbor Marina - The SF RPD proposes to place a 15 ft x 15 ft Organoclay Reactive Core Mat® (RCM) cap as an interim remedial measure (IRM) over surface sediments just east of the toe of the riprap and entrance to Slip 58A on the western end of Dock 8 in the San Francisco East Harbor Marina. The purpose of the IRM is to mitigate an occasional seep/sheen point source that occurs during some low tides; the IRM is intended to be a temporary measure until the marina remediation dredging and capping is completed (currently scheduled to begin in summer 2018).
  • Reference:2016-008348ENV
  • Received:Jun 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT 1388th meeting on 6/23/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU.
  • Reference:2016-008647ENV
  • Received:Jun 23, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5600 for public hearing 6/24/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. - Approval Action: SFMTA Board; - Approval Action Date: 6/24/2016
  • Reference:2016-008278ENV
  • Received:Jun 23, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Moccasin Powerhouse Physical Security Upgrades - The project involves internal security modifications to the Moccasin Powerhouse, primarily the addition of small pieces of electronic equipment, as well as the replacement of 170 linear feet of existing fence and the addition of 130 linear feet of new fence in an existing utility yard.
  • Reference:2016-008181ENV
  • Received:Jun 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Geotech Investigation for Mariposa Pump Station Dry-Weather Force Main Improvements Project - The proposed geotechnical investigation would provide information to facilitate the design of the Mariposa Pump Station Dry-Weather Force Main Improvements Project. The SFPUC proposes to drill three 8-inch diameter borings to a depth of 150 feet, and seven to a depth of 8 feet, for a total of 10 borings along Illinois Street from Mariposa Street to south of 20th Street.
  • Reference:2016-008099ENV
  • Received:Jun 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - One Henry Adams Bulb-Outs - SFMTA has received a request to approve three corner bulb-outs and two red zones in conjunction with the One Henry Adams Street Project (Planning Department Case No. 2000.618E). One of these bulb-outs on the northwest corner of Alameda and Rhode Island Streets was reviewed and approved as part of the development project as part of Improvement Measure I-TR-22b. As such, SFMTA is seeking environmental evaluation for the remaining two corner bulb-outs and two red zones: 1) One (1) bulb-out at northeast corner of Henry Adams and Alameda Streets; 2) One (1) bulb-out at southeast corner of Henry Adams and Division Streets; 3) One (1) red zone at southwest corner of Rhode Island and Division Streets; 4) One (1) red zone at northwest corner of Rhode Island and Alameda Streets. While being constructed in coordination with the aforementioned development project, these proposals provide utility to pedestrian safety independent from other elements proposed as part of the One Henry Adams Street Project. The proposed bulb-outs would involve excavation of approximately 4-12 feet below ground surface. Approximately eight on-street parking spaces would be removed; however, no loading zones would be removed.
  • Reference:2016-007998ENV
  • Received:Jun 20, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1701 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Seismic Reliability and Condition Assessment at Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant - The proposed project involves seismic and structural improvements to Building 042 (Sedimentation Building No. 2) and various underground structures at the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. A maximum of 112 drilled piers would be constructed in either two or three rows around the perimeter of the building. Upon installation of the piers, a four-foot thick matt slab would be poured to strengthen the foundation of the building. To limit the extent of the slab, piers could also be drilled inside tanks 1 and 7. The slab would be below grade and once completed, the areas surrounding the building would either be restored to their general pre-project condition or would support uses related to the surrounding buildings (e.g., utilities which would be installed above the slab and piers). Repairs to spalling concrete and corroding re-bar (involving the removal of corrosion and the sealing of the re-bar) would be made to underground structural elements under Building 240 (Secondary Bypass Junction Structure) and Building 525 (Primary Effluent Channel and Disinfection Facility). None of the proposed repairs would increase the treatment capacity of the SEWPCP, nor would they enlarge the building envelope of any of the buildings or expand the footprint of any of the buildings. The propose work to seismically strengthen the building would be completed whether other projects at the SEWPCP are undertaken or not.
  • Reference:2016-007796ENV
  • Received:Jun 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - New Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel Repairs Project - The proposed project involves the installation of a concrete swale (300 feet long, 3 feet wide, and 18-inches deep) along a gravel-covered access road that serves the New Crystal Bypass Tunnel, as well as the grading of a new ditch from a sump pump toward a creek and the installation of approximately 50 linear feet of rip-rap. All other repairs would be complete in the interior of the tunnel and would not expand the water-transmission capacity of the tunnel.
  • Reference:2016-007725ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sunol Golf Course Maintenance Project - The proposed project involves the following interim maintenance actions at the currently closed Sunol Golf Course in Alameda County: 1) augment approximately 3,000 linear feet of existing, deteriorated chain-link fencing along the southern margin of the golf course with new T-posts and 6-strand wire fencing, 44-inches tall, which would be installed just inside the existing fence line; 2) maintain golf course grass & vegetation to a height of less than 8 inches using hand tools, mowers, line/blade trimmers, etc., to minimize fire risk. Areas with steep slopes, under trees, and unreachable by mowers would be maintained with hand tools and/or blade/line trimmers; 3) rehabilitate (including reseeding, cultivation of putting-green grass, soil conditioning) and maintain greensward (irrigation, mowing, fertilizing, pesticide treatment, etc.) on 18 existing putting greens; and 4) test, rehabilitate, and repair existing putting green irrigation system, as needed.
  • Reference:2016-007733ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water & Sewer Line Replacement Project on Waller, Carmelita, Pierce, Steiner, Fillmore, Webster, & Buchanan Streets - The proposed project involves the replacement and rehabilitation of existing water mains beneath Waller St. (from Octavia St. to Laguna St. and from Buchanan St & Scott St.), Carmelita St. (from Waller St. to Duboce Park), Pierce St. (from Haight St. & Duboce Park), Steiner St. (from Laussat St. & Waller St.), Fillmore St. (from Haight St. to Waller St.), Webster St. (from Haight St. to Waller St.) and at the intersection of Buchanan and Waller Streets. Sewer pipelines would also be replaced under Waller St. (from Scott St. to Divisadero St. and from Divisadero St. to Broderick St.), Carmelita St. (from Waller St. to Deboce Park), and Waller St. (from Fillmore St. to Steiner St. -- a brick sewer would be lined). A total of approximately 5,500 linear feet of water main would be replaced and approximately 1,300 feet of sewer line would be replaced for a total of approximately 6,800 linear feet (or approximately 1.3 miles) of pipeline would be replaced or rehabilitated under this project.
  • Reference:2016-007718ENV
  • Received:Jun 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: ISCOTT Agenda 1387 for Meeting of 6/9/2016 - Temporary Street Closures. Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-007620ENV
  • Received:Jun 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5594 for Public Hearing on 6/17/16 - Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1(c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-007625ENV
  • Received:Jun 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 1 Harding Road - Saint Ignatius is proposing to add a floating dock to an existing dock at the Lake Merced boathouse. The existing dock is approximately 40 years old and they are proposing to bolt an extension dock to it. The new dock is an interlocking prefabricated system that does not require construction.
  • Reference:2016-007651ENV
  • Received:Jun 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: RPD Twin Peaks - Mt. Sutro Connector Trail - Proposed addition of 1,380 linear feet of (N) trail construction while widening & upgrading 1,570 linear feet of (E) trails. Upgrades to (E) social trails.
  • Reference:2016-007295ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW FY 2016-17 Annual Street Surfacing Program - Street resurfacing within the existing right-of-way on 632 blocks. Seal roadway cracks, replace road base, add/replace ADA-compliant curb ramps, move catch basins and utilities as necessary.
  • Reference:2016-007289ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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2050 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1701 VISITACION AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
61 JOHN F SHELLEY DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
2100 SUNNYDALE AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
550 OXFORD ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1100 MANSELL ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: Jerry Garcia Amphitheater in John McLaren Park (61 Shelley Drive) - Install four new wayfinding signs, and one new park identification sign to help visitors navigate to the amphitheater. Repave approximately 1,210 sq. ft. in front of amphitheater. Install new catch basin to improve drainage at site.
  • Reference:2016-007280ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO Perimeter Buoy Replacement - Proposed replacement of 22 (E) buoys and addition of 4 (N) buoys to reestablish the original bay-side security perimeter.
  • Reference:2016-007302ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Webster Street Pedestrian Countdown Signal Upgrade - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install new vehicular signals, pedestrian countdown signals, underground conduit, pull boxes, signal poles, controller cabinets, and pedestrian signals at the existing signalized intersections outlined below. The maximum excavation depth is eleven feet for signal pole foundations, two feet for underground conduit, eighteen inches for pull boxes, and sixteen inches for cabinet foundations. The following locations are included in this project: 1) McAllister Street and Webster Street, 2) Golden Gate Avenue and Webster Street, 3) Turk Street and Webster Street 4) Eddy Street and Webster Street, 5) Post Street and Webster Street, 6) Sutter Street and Webster Street 7) California Street and Webster Street
  • Reference:2016-007310ENV
  • Received:Jun 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Public Realm Bottle-Fill Stations Project - The proposed project involves the replacement of drinking fountains at 14 various public parks and quasi-public location throughout the City with bottle-fill stations, plus one new location at the Bayview Opera House. Minor excavation may be required at a number of the replacement locations requiring replacement of the foundation. An area 2-1/2 to 3 feet square would be excavated to pour replacement foundations. At the Bayview Opera House site, excavation to install 1/2-inch diameter water pipes and 1-inch diameter sewer pipe 70-feet long and 12-inches wide would be required.
  • Reference:2016-007242ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1215 CAROLINA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Starr King Elementary School Solar Electric Project - The proposed project involves the roof-top installation of a 60 kilowatt solar electric system, including 294 photovoltaic modules.
  • Reference:2016-007244ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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160 NAPOLEAN ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1800 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
160 NAPOLEON ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1700 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - 1801 Jerrold Avenue Land Reuse Project - The proposed project involves the jurisdictional transfer of 1801 Jerrold Avenue, which is adjacent to the SPFUC's Southeast Pollution Control Plant, from Public Works to the SFPUC. In exchange, Public Works would obtain jurisdiction of the SFPUC's Napoleon Street site, which is adjacent to the DPW Yard. After the jurisdictional transfer is complete, the SFPUC would demolish the decommissioned asphalt plant at 1801 Jerrold Avenue and vacate Quint Street, extending from the Caltrain berm to Jerrold Avenue. Conditions at the Napoleon Street Site would not change.
  • Reference:2016-007250ENV
  • Received:Jun 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Bay Corridor Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution Project - The proposed project involves the construction of new underground and overhead electrical power transmission cables, as well as approximately 90 below-grade concrete vaults for electrical and communications equipment.
  • Reference:2016-007195ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - 48-inch Water Main Replacement on Putnam Street - The proposed project involves the replacement of 1,800 linear feet of an existing 44-inch water main with a 48-inch water main in the same location on Putnam Street, from Peralta Avenue to Cortland Avenue in the Bernal Heights neighborhood.
  • Reference:2016-007164ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Pink Triangle on Christmas Tree Point 2016 - Temporary installation of a banner at Christmas Tree Point (Twin Peaks) illuminated by portable floodlights from dusk on June 24, 2016 until 11:50 PM on June 26, 2016.
  • Reference:2016-007144ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project on Prospect Ave., Coso Ave., Coleridge St., & Fair Ave. - The proposed project involves the installation of approximately 3,277 linear feet of new 24-inch water mains on Prospect Ave. (from Cortland Ave. to Coso Ave.), on Coso Ave. ( from Prospect Ave. to Coleridge St.), on Coleridge St. (from Coso Ave. to Fair Ave.), and on Fair Ave. (from Coleridge St. to Mission St.).
  • Reference:2016-007174ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Water Main Installation Project on Prospect Ave., Coso Ave., Coleridge St., & Fair Ave. - The proposed project involves the installation of approximately 3,277 linear feet of new 24-inch water mains on Prospect Ave. (from Cortland Ave. to Coso Ave.), on Coso Ave. ( from Prospect Ave. to Coleridge St.), on Coleridge St. (from Coso Ave. to Fair Ave.), and on Fair Ave. (from Coleridge St. to Mission St.).
  • Reference:2016-007175ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Rehabilitation of the Sea Water Tunnel Intake to the AWSS Pump Station No. 1 - The proposed project involves upgrades to the tunnel (which is 15 feet below the ground surface) including surface and subsurface accessories and appurtenances. Work would include installation of a HDPE sleeve liner, repair of concrete, the installation of interior bolts, and the replacement of a valve. No dewatering would be required and most of the work would be done inside the tunnel by divers. One vault that opens at ground level within the Embarcadero would be enlarged from a 3-foot diameter manhole to a 5-foot by 5-foot access door hatch. No excavation is proposed. The project is located under the Embarcadero and Townsend Street, extending from the eastern side of the Embarcadero to 100 feet west of Second Street.
  • Reference:2016-007190ENV
  • Received:May 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order # 5587 for Public Hearing on 6/3/2016 - Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1(c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-006887ENV
  • Received:May 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Turk and Leavenworth Bulb-Outs - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to construct three (3) concrete sidewalk bulb-outs at the intersections of Eddy and Leavenworth Street, Turk and Leavenworth Street, and Turk and Jones Street. These bulb-outs would replace three existing painted safety zones (PSZs) and would occupy approximately the same area. The three bulb-outs would be installed at the following locations: • Eddy Street/Leavenworth Street – pedestrian bulb on southeast corner • Turk Street/Leavenworth Street – pedestrian bulb on southwest corner • Turk Street/Jones Street – pedestrian bulb on southeast corner No more than three parking spaces would foreseeably be removed as part of the project, though likely no parking loss would result. The proposed bulb-outs would require excavation to a depth of approximately three feet in the public right-of-way.
  • Reference:2016-006928ENV
  • Received:May 25, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC Reliable Power Project - The SFPUC is proposing to conduct long-term vegetation management activities on the 230kV power transmission right-of-way between Holm and Kirkwood Powerhouses and Warnerville Switchyard. The vegetation management program would address the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) reliability standard (FAC-003-3) for right-of-way vegetation management. The project also includes culvert maintenance and replacements (200-300 culverts) on transmission access roads in order to ensure access to the transmission line. In addition, a sand storage shed is proposed for construction to store sand for winter road maintenance and access. The proposed shed would be located near the top of Intake Hill near Cherry Lake Road in Tuolumne County. Because the proposed new structure would be located outside the City of San Francisco the tree planting and tree removal regulations identified in Items 4a and 4b below do not apply.
  • Reference:2016-006868ENV
  • Received:May 24, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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218 CLARA ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFMTA - Moscone Center Garage Public Art Gift - The SFMTA proposes to accept and permit a gift of public art, to be installed on the Moscone Center Parking Garage at 255 3rd Street. The Moscone Center Garage is owned by the SFMTA and was constructed in 1983. The art will be commissioned from the artist Barry McGee by Sites Unseen, a project to place public art in Yerba Buena District alleyways. The project is produced by Sites Unseen, a fiscally-sponsored initiative of the Yerba Buena Community Benefit District. The artist will create and install a multi-part mural in approximately seven locations on the Moscone Garage. There will be five artwork elements on the exterior of the garage, and two smaller artwork elements on the interior of the garage. The mural will include colorful, abstract, graphic elements as well as text-based elements. The depiction mural shall be installed on the Moscone Garage as depicted in Exhibit A. The San Francisco Arts Commission approved the design and location of the art on March 16, 2016.
  • Reference:2016-006790ENV
  • Received:May 23, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Arguello Boulevard Safety Project - Near Term Improvements - The SFMTA proposes to make safety improvements for people walking and bicycling on Arguello Boulevard between Fulton Street and West Pacific Avenue. This project will use paint treatments to increase the visibility of pedestrians and people on bikes, provide buffered bike lanes to further separate bikes from motor vehicles, and create safer intersection crossings. This is a paint-only, near-term project.
  • Reference:2016-006612ENV
  • Received:May 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Mission and Trumbull Traffic Signal Upgrade - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to upgrade existing traffic signals located at the intersection of Mission Street and Trumbull Street. The proposed project involves the replacement of existing signal poles, foundations, signal conduits, pull boxes, signal heads, a new cabinet, and other related traffic signal hardware. The project would be constructed in conjunction with San Francisco Public Works street repaving. Specific locations for traffic signals and associated hardware are shown in Appendix A. Traffic signal conduit and pull box installation would entail excavation of approximately two (2) feet in depth, while traffic signal installation would entail excavation of approximately nine (9) feet in depth. Each new/upgraded traffic signal would also include attached pedestrian signals.
  • Reference:2016-006659ENV
  • Received:May 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1125 FILLMORE ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: 1125 Fillmore Street - Northern Police Station Roof Replacement - Seismic, structural, electrical and plumbing improvements to an existing police station. Replace roof .
  • Reference:2016-006672ENV
  • Received:May 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1386 for Meeting of 5/26/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-006577ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Port of San Francisco - SWL 321 Electric Service - Add new electrical service to support lighting and parking attendee station at surface parking lot located between The Embarcadero, Green Street and Front Street. Install underground 3” conduit and wiring and a 10” x 20” x 63” electrical service pedestal. The trench along Front Street will be 1.5’ x 2.58’ x 106’. The total area affected will be 411 sf.
  • Reference:2016-006517ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Withdrawn
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Description: SFMTA - Order # 5584 for Public Hearing on 5/27/2016 - Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1(c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-006581ENV
  • Received:May 18, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Overhead Contact System Switch Relocation - Presidio Avenue - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to relocate an existing Overhead Contact System (OCS) switch 60 feet north on west side on Presidio Avenue between Sacramento and California Streets. The scope of work includes removing the existing switch, guy wires and attachments and reinstalling the switch at the proposed location along with new guy wires and OCS attachments. There would be no excavation involved with this work. See attached plans for specific locations.
  • Reference:2016-006361ENV
  • Received:May 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Kirkwood Penstock Short-Term Risk Reduciton Mesasures Project - The project involves constructing a new foundation monitoring warning system, consisting of 3 monitoring stations and 43 prisms, as well as repairs of damaged concrete on the on the penstocks foundations and cleaning out the existing drainage system.
  • Reference:2016-006349ENV
  • Received:May 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA ISCOTT 1385th meeting on 5/12/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: ISCOTT / Approval Action Date: 5/12/2016
  • Reference:2016-006257ENV
  • Received:May 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Port of San Francisco - Pier 38 Improvements - The proposed project would undertake a number of building repairs to accommodate proposed activities related to the development of testing of self-driving trucks. At project completion, the proposed uses on site would include the installation, calibration and repair of guidance systems on the test trucks, the machining and repair of system components, and related design and engineering work. Up to 20 diesel truck cabs (no trailers) would be stored and worked on inside the pier shed but would not be fueled or test-driven on the premises. The proposed use would employ approximately 100 staff on the project site and would take up approximately 85,000 sf (approximately 88%) of the pier’s shed building. To accommodate the proposed uses, up to five temporary office trailers (totalling approximately 5,000 sf) would be placed inside the shed building, with employee parking for up to 30 vehicles designated along the shed’s south side. In addition, various repairs would be undertaken to the existing structure to address building code violations, which include replacing broken windows, resurfacing the shed floor, minor repairs to utility services, exiting and path-of-travel repairs, and other minor life safety improvements. The proposed use would operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. A lease between the Port and the lessee would allow these uses for up to 12 months.
  • Reference:2016-006188ENV
  • Received:May 11, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Pulgas Balancing Reservoir Communications Conduit Project - The proposed project involves the installation of a 2-inch diameter conduit made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) for a new access-control security system. This conduit would extend from the Pulgas Balancing Reservoir, located at 56 Canada Road in Redwood City, to the Pulgas Dechloramination Facility, located at 80 Canada Road, across the street.
  • Reference:2016-006090ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Lower Stockton Improvement Project - The Lower Stockton Improvement Project proposes to establish a transit, bicycle and pedestrian mall on Stockton Street between Market Street and Post Street. This section of Stockton Street has been closed to vehicular traffic since 2012 due to construction on the Central Subway. In the recent past, the street has been temporarily re-opened to pedestrians only during the holiday season (Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day) in a program called the “Winter Walk.” Owing to the success of the Winter Walk in promoting economic development and creating public space in the heart of the City, the local business community has asked City staff to re-design Stockton Street into a street with a similar feel to the temporary Winter Walk, and use this design to return the street to the public in 2018 in place of the original street.
  • Reference:2016-006060ENV
  • Received:May 10, 2016
  • Status:Closed - Withdrawn
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Description: BOS File No. 160381 Charter Amendment and Business and Tax Regulations Code - City Responsibility and Parcel Tax for Street Trees - Charter Amendment (First Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to transfer responsibility for the maintenance of street trees to the City and establish a special fund primarily to pay for such maintenance and the maintenance of trees on San Francisco Unified School District property; to amend the Business and Tax Regulations Code to add a special parcel tax primarily to fund the City’s maintenance of street trees and the maintenance of trees on San Francisco Unified School District property; to increase the City’s appropriations limit by the amount of the parcel tax for four years from November 8, 2016; and to affirm the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2016-005941ENV
  • Received:May 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Kirkland, Scott & Flynn Tank Upgrade Project - Removal, replacement & repair of (E) fuel dispensers &storage tanks at three separate sites.
  • Reference:2016-005915ENV
  • Received:May 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: RPD - Arrowhead Reservoir at Sharp Park - Drain Arrowhead Reservoir in Sharp Park to eliminate potential predators and to restore and enhance potential habitat for California red-legged frog and San Francisco garter snake. Draining would occur over two to five consecutive days in summer/fall 2016 and would be accomplished by opening an existing 10-inch water main valve. The contents of the reservoir would drain into the adjacent remediated rifle range. Arrowhead Lake would refill naturally by rainwater during the 2016-2017 rainy season.
  • Reference:2016-005919ENV
  • Received:May 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: BOS File No. 160383 - Ordinance amending the Environment Code to prohibit the sale of food service ware and other specified products including packing materials that are made from polystyrene foam or that are non-recyclable and non-compostable; setting an operative date of January 1, 2017; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2016-005945ENV
  • Received:May 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Municipal Railway's FY16-17 MTC Claim for Operating Assistance - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Municipal Railway (SFMTA) has received operating and capital assistance from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) each fiscal year. The funds provide financial support to maintain, and sometimes restore, existing transit services. The SFMTA proposes to apply and eventually accept Operating and Capital Assistance from MTC for Fiscal Year 2016-2017, which would continue to fund existing operations and lease agreements.
  • Reference:2016-005862ENV
  • Received:May 05, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: RPD - Conservatory of Flowers support structures - Legalize four structures previously installed on the site: three temporary trailers installed in 2007 as office and support space for volunteers and staff, and the Orchid Pavilion erected in 2008 as event space for the Conservatory.
  • Reference:2016-000223ENV
  • Received:May 05, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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207 SKYLINE BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
99 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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1 HARDING RD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
991 LAKE MERCED BLVD, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Demolition of Abandoned Structure at Lake Merced - The project involves the demolition of a one-story wood frame shed, approximately 100 feet square, located at the San Francisco Police Department Pistol Range at Lake Merced. Handheld tools would be used to demolish the structure and remove the debris.
  • Reference:2016-005685ENV
  • Received:May 02, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Van Ness Bus Rapid Transit Street Lighting Improvement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement/installation of 19 streetlights to improve both roadway and pedestrian lighting at various location s along Van Ness Avenue in advance of the approved SFMTA Bus Rapid Transit Project. For each new streetlight, the SFPUC would install a 17-inch by 30-inch concrete pull box in the sidewalk to pull wires between fixtures. The project also involves the replacement of the two existing active series loop circuits, in order to limit the number of streetlights that would be out of service at any one time.
  • Reference:2016-005522ENV
  • Received:Apr 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: BOS Referral: File No. 160381 - Charter Amendment and Business and Tax Regulations Code - City Responsibility and Parcel Tax for Street Trees - Charter Amendment (First Draft) to amend the Charter of the City and County of San Francisco to transfer responsibility for the maintenance of street trees to the City and establish a special fund primarily to pay for such maintenance and the maintenance of trees on San Francisco Unified School District property; to amend the Business and Tax Regulations Code to add a special parcel tax primarily to fund the City’s maintenance of street trees and the maintenance of trees on San Francisco Unified School District property; to increase the City’s appropriations limit by the amount of the parcel tax for four years from November 8, 2016; and to affirm the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2016-005535ENV
  • Received:Apr 28, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: BOS File No. 160383 - Ordinance amending the Environment Code to prohibit the sale of food service ware and other specified products including packing materials that are made from polystyrene foam or that are non-recyclable and non-compostable; setting an operative date of January 1, 2017; and affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act.
  • Reference:2016-005537ENV
  • Received:Apr 28, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: RPD - Bay View Park Improvements - Proposed expansion of (E) playground slightly into the surrounding lawn; installation of (N) picnic tables and BBQ grills near the Keith Street entrance that were displaced by the northwest path at the edge of the field, repair the sports field and replace/add several exterior lights near the playground.
  • Reference:2016-005458ENV
  • Received:Apr 27, 2016
  • Status:Submitted
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Description: SFPUC Proposal to Adopt Customer Self-Generation Program Implementing Net Energy Metering and Shared Renewable Energy Schedules - The proposed action by the SFPUC would direct the SFPUC General Manager to implement the Net Energy Metering schedule for SFPUC retail electricity customers, as required by State of California Public Utilities Code Section 2827. For net electricity producers (over the course of a 12-month period), the SFPUC General manager would develop a Net Surplus Electricity Compensation Rate. SFPUC electricity customers would also qualify for the Shared Renewable Energy Program where benefits would be extended to multi-tenant and multi-meter facilities located on the same or contiguous properties as the qualified renewable energy facilities.
  • Reference:2016-005487ENV
  • Received:Apr 27, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Palou Ave. Complete Streets Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the repair or replacement of 3,684 linear feet of existing sewers under portions of Palou Ave. in the Bayview/Hunters Point neighborhood.
  • Reference:2016-005436ENV
  • Received:Apr 26, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Embarcadero Removal of Peak Hour Tow-Away - SFMTA proposes to rescind peak-hour tow-away restrictions along the Embarcadero at the following locations: 1) West side of Embarcadero from Broadway to 300 feet north of Washington Street 2) West side of Embarcadero from 240 feet south of Washington Street to Don Chee Way 3) East side of Embarcadero from Folsom Street to Howard Street No reduction in the number of travel lanes and no modification to parking or loading zones.
  • Reference:2016-005335ENV
  • Received:Apr 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Sloat Boulevard Pedestrian Improvements - The SFMTA, in coordination with Caltrans, proposes a series of improvements along Sloat Boulevard between 19th Avenue and 36th Avenue. The project would install one traffic signal at the intersection of Sloat Boulevard and El Mirasol Place. Also, the project would install bus and pedestrian bulb-outs at Sloat Boulevard/21st Avenue – pedestrian bulb on southwest corner, and bus bulb on northwest side (both extending into Sloat Boulevard), Sloat Boulevard/26th Avenue – pedestrian bulbs at northwest and southwest corners (both extending into Sloat Boulevard), Sloat Boulevard/El Mirasol Place – pedestrian bulbs on northeast corner (extending into both Sloat Boulevard and El Mirasol Place) and southeast corner (extending into Sloat Boulevard only), Sloat Boulevard/36th Avenue – pedestrian bulb on northwest corner (extending into 36th Avenue). Furthermore, the project would install daylighting at the following locations: 21st Avenue, east side, south of Sloat Boulevard, 26th Avenue, east side, south of Sloat Boulevard, Middlefield Drive, east side, south of Sloat Boulevard, El Mirasol Place, west side, north of Sloat Boulevard, Slyvan Place, east side, south of Sloat Boulevard, Sloat Boulevard, north side, east of 36th Avenue. In order to construct the pedestrian bulb-outs, the project would relocate four Muni bus zones which are served by Muni Route 23.
  • Reference:2016-005337ENV
  • Received:Apr 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Bicycle Wayfinding Signs - While ground breaking when first implemented, the current bicycle wayfinding system falls short of modern best practices in bicycling signs. The lack of clear and intuitive signs presents barriers to entry for novice bicyclists and confusion or lack of signs results in cyclists on roadways without designated facilities. In accordance with the City’s Transit First policy and the SFMTA’s Bicycle Strategy and Strategic Plan goal to make transit, walking, bicycling, taxi, ridesharing and carsharing the preferred means of travel, Sustainable Streets proposes updating the legacy bicycle route wayfinding system to reflect improvements to the bicycle network and to meet current wayfinding best practices. This effort would be funded by an Active Transportation Program (ATP) state grant and local Proposition K funds. Replacement and new signs will be installed in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the Planning Department’s Historic Preservation Bicycle Wayfinding Signage Guidelines and Procedures Memorandum.
  • Reference:2016-005328ENV
  • Received:Apr 22, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - WalkFirst New Signals and Pedestrian Improvements - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes to install new traffic signals and streetlights at nine (9) intersections. The scope of work includes the installation of underground conduit with a maximum excavation of approximately two (2) feet and poles with a maximum excavation of approximately twelve (12) feet. Pull boxes are also to be installed at a depth of approximately two (2) feet. See attached plans for specific locations. Sidewalk bulbs to accommodate curb ramps are proposed on the northeast corner of Geneva and Delano and on the northwest corner of Geneva and Esquina. The bulbs will remove one (1) unmetered parking space at both locations. A raised median island is proposed for the western crossing of Geneva at Esquina, replacing the existing painted median island. Existing median islands are proposed to be removed at three (3) intersections.
  • Reference:2016-005201ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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1701 VISITACION AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: RPD McLaren Park Community Garden Renovation - Renovate and expand existing 20,000 sq. ft. community garden. Create ADA-accessible entrance and upper terraced area. Add raised garden beds, 1-2 prefab tool sheds, compost bins, benches, tables, new irrigation, fencing, pathways, and landscaping. Expand footprint of garden to south approx. 2,000 sq. ft.
  • Reference:2016-005262ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1384 for Meeting of 4/28/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-005242ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Order 5568 for Public Hearing on 4/29/16 - Categorically exempt from Environmental Review: CEQA Guidelines Section 15301 Class 1(c): Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-005239ENV
  • Received:Apr 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW - 1499 Hampshire Fence Replacement - Proposed removal of (E) chain-linked fence beneath (E) onramp structure at Potrero Ave at Cesar Chavez St and installation of (N) industrial-grade wrought iron fencing.
  • Reference:2016-005112ENV
  • Received:Apr 19, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: PORT OF SF - 19th & Illinois Street Parking Lot - Proposed construction at 250 parking spaces @ 19th/Illinois Street to serve Warriors and neighborhood parking.
  • Reference:2016-004949ENV
  • Received:Apr 15, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt CleanPowerSF Net Energy Metering Schedule, Net Surplus Compensation Rates and New Time of Use Rates for Residential Customers - The proposed action involves the adoption of rates, tolls, fares, and charges related to the Net Energy Metering Schedule in support of solar and other renewable energy technologies in San Francisco.
  • Reference:2016-004972ENV
  • Received:Apr 15, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
1701 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Amendment to Revocable License for Propoed Upgrades to Existing Cellular Antenna - The SFPUC proposes to amend its existing revocable license to Sprint Corporation in order to accommodate Sprint's proposed upgrades to its existing cellular antenna, located on the roof of Building 800 at the Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant at 1701 Jerrold Avenue.
  • Reference:2016-004913ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2016
  • Status:Open
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1701 JERROLD AVE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
750 PHELPS ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
0 UNKNOWN, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Amendment to Revocable License for Proposed Upgrades to Existing Cellular Antenna - The SFPUC proposes to amend its existing revocable license to Sprint Corporation in order to accommodate Sprint's proposed upgrades to its existing cellular antenna, located on the roof of Building 800 at the Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant at 1701 Jerrold Avenue.
  • Reference:2016-004912ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Polk Streetscape Sewer Replacement Project - The proposed project involves the replacement or repair of existing sewer lines along portions of Polk Street, North Point Street, Olive Street, Austin Street, and Frank Norris Street, totaling approximately 4,005 linear feet.
  • Reference:2016-004923ENV
  • Received:Apr 14, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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350 AMBER DR, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Description: SFPUC - Solar Electric Project at the San Francisco Police Academy - The proposed project involves the installation of solar electric system (200 to 270 kW) mounted on newly installed carports at the San Francisco Police Academy (350 Amber Drive), in the Diamond Heights Neighborhood. Approximately 833 panels would be required to generate 270 kW and approximately 615 panels would be required to generate 200 kW. The carports would be 15 to 20 feet tall, and depending on the number of panels installed, would be 20 to 30 feet wide by 115, 225, or 266 feet long.
  • Reference:2016-004875ENV
  • Received:Apr 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Street Light Area Improvements Project - The proposed project involves the installation of 48 new street lights & poles along portions for 14 different streets throughout San Francisco. Each new streetlight pole would be 28-feet tall and would use light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Minor trenching would be required, 18-inches deep and 12-inches wide, with the length varying (100-feet to 700-feet long) depending on the location of the nearest power supply.
  • Reference:2016-004867ENV
  • Received:Apr 13, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - O'Shaughnessy Chalet Remodel Project - The proposed project involves three primary components: 1) a remodel of the existing kitchen; 2) a resetting of the hinges of the exterior entry door on the west side of the building so that the door swings inward instead of outward, using hardware consistent with the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines for Rehabilitation; and 3) install a 100-gallon propane tank at the exterior of the building. Two locations on the west side of the building are being considered, in an area where infrastructural equipment is already present.
  • Reference:2016-004797ENV
  • Received:Apr 12, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Wholesale Revenue Requirement and Water Suply Agreement Charges for Fiscal Year 2017 - The SFPUC proposes the adoption of rates, fees, and charges for supplying water to SFPUC wholesale customers during the Fiscal Year 2017, to become effective July 1, 2016.
  • Reference:2016-004687ENV
  • Received:Apr 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Power Rates, Fees, and Charges for Furnishing Electric Power to Retail Customers for FY 2016-17 to FY 2017-18 - The SFPUC proposes the adoption of rates, fees, and charges for furnishing electric power to retail customers during the Fiscal Year 2016-2017 through Fiscal Year 2017-2018 to become effective July 1, 2016 and July 1, 2017.
  • Reference:2016-004678ENV
  • Received:Apr 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Proposal to Adopt Power Rates, Fees, and Charges for Furnishing Electric Power to Certain Municipal Department for FY 2016-17 to FY 2017-18 - The SFPUC proposes the adoption of rates, fees, and charges for furnishing electric power to certain municipal departments of the City and County of San Francisco and other public or governmental agencies during the Fiscal Year 2016-2017 through Fiscal Year 2017-2018, to become effective July 1, 2016 and July 1, 2017.
  • Reference:2016-004685ENV
  • Received:Apr 08, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1383 Meeting of 4/15/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations, including street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-004617ENV
  • Received:Apr 07, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement & Pavement Renovation Project in the Haight-Ashbury, Tenderloin, & Diamond Heights Districts 2016 - The proposed project involves the replacement and rehabilitation of approximately 5,363 linear feet of existing sewers in the Haight-Ashbury, Tenderloin, & Diamond Heights Districts. Portions of the following streets would be effected: Steiner St., Laguna St., Eddy St., Delancy St., Dixey Alley, Woodside Ave., O'Shaughnessy Blvd., & Diamond St.
  • Reference:2016-004568ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Sewer Replacement & Pavement Renovation Project in SOMA, Bernal Heights, & Excelsior Districts 2016 - The proposed project involves the replacement and rehabilitation of approximately 5,403 linear feet of existing sewers in the SOMA, Bernal Heights, & Excelsior Districts. Portions of the following streets would be affected: 11th St., 12th St., Kissling St., Cesar Chavez St., Diamond St., Mississippi St., Rhode Island St., Athens St., Bancroft Ave., Elsie St., Madrid St., & London St.
  • Reference:2016-004543ENV
  • Received:Apr 06, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Ground Handling Services Relocation Project - Proposed demolition of an (E) joint ground handling services building (Building 11 ). (E) Building 11 uses require relocation while the Airport explores other potential permanent sites for several displaced uses.
  • Reference:2016-004400ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - San Joaquin Pipelines Solar Arrrays Expansion Project - The proposed project involves the installation of 21 additional solar panels and cyclone fence enclosures at each of three locations along the San Joaquin pipelines in Stanislaus and Tuolumne Counties where solar panels were previously installed (see case no. 2007.1129E, as amended).
  • Reference:2016-004480ENV
  • Received:Apr 05, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Port of SF - Amador Street - Piers 90-94 Backlands - Proposed site grading, creation of an access road, (N) utilities, including landscape swales and beautification around the site perimeter and creation of leasing "pads".
  • Reference:2016-004338ENV
  • Received:Apr 04, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA Order 5562 for public hearing 4/15/2016 - Categorical exemption for minor alterations to existing facilities, non-physical changes, and other minor changes. Authority delegated to designated SFMTA staff per SFMTA/Planning MOU. Approval Action: SFMTA Board Approval Action Date: 4/15/2016
  • Reference:2016-004258ENV
  • Received:Apr 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Geneva Avenue/Munic Street-South Hill Boulevard Muni Layover Reconfiguration - The southern terminal for the Muni 43 Masonic Line is located between the adjacent intersections of Geneva Avenue/Munich Street and Munich Street/South Hill Boulevard. The proposed project would create a layover location that could accommodate two coaches that would be separated from general traffic lanes. This would include installation of a raised concrete median island. It would be constructed concurrently with a San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) roadway resurfacing project at the same general location.
  • Reference:2016-004245ENV
  • Received:Apr 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Van Ness Station ATCS Subway Wiring Project - The SFMTA proposes to replace deteriorating power and communication wiring that runs between Van Ness Station’s equipment room and wayside equipment—including track switch machines, light rail vehicle signals, and axle counters—in the Muni Metro Tunnel. A new wiring and wire enclosure system including conduits, raceway, pull boxes, termination circuits, interior components, and cabling will be installed.1 The replacements qualify as “ordinary maintenance and repairs” under Planning Code Article 10 Section 1005 (e) (3).
  • Reference:2016-004250ENV
  • Received:Apr 01, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW - Palou Complete Street Project - Streetscape improvements amd traffic calming along Palou Avenue between Barneveld Avenue and Crisp Road, and at the intersection of Oakdale Avenue and Phelps Street; roadway replacement. installation of median islands, landscaping, lighting, decorative crosswalks, signage, and paving. Creation of pedestrian plazas at Quint/Palou/Silver intersection and at Jennings/Palou. Concurrent sewer line replacement has independent utility (a separate but concurrent project).
  • Reference:2016-004209ENV
  • Received:Mar 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - ISCOTT Agenda 1382 Meeting of 3/24/2016 - Categorically exempt from CEQA: CEQA Guidelines Section 15304 Class 4(e) minor temporary use of land having negligible or no permanent effects on the environment, including carnivals, sales of Christmas trees, etc. and/or Section 15305 Class 5(b) minor alterations in land use limitations includin street closings and equipment for special events.
  • Reference:2016-004193ENV
  • Received:Mar 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Order #5557 for Public Hearing on April 1, 2016 - Operation, repair, maintenance, or minor alteration of existing highways and streets, sidewalks, gutters, bicycle and pedestrian trails, and similar facilities.
  • Reference:2016-004191ENV
  • Received:Mar 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC - Wanerville Switchyard Upgrades Project - The proposed project involves the following improvements to the SFPUC Warnerville Substation (located on Warnerville Road in Oakdale, CA): replacement of transformers, upgrades to circuit breakers and control equipment, the construction of a new control room, and replacement of the perimeter fence.
  • Reference:2016-004225ENV
  • Received:Mar 31, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFO - Superbay Hangar Fire System - Proposed replacement, realignment & renovation of (E) deficient superbay hangar structure at SFO.
  • Reference:2016-004065ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPUC Collection System Division Facilities Consolidation Project - The proposed project involves the clearing, grading, and development of the Griffith Pump Station -- located at the southeast corner of Shafter Avenue and Griffith Street in the Hunters Point neighborhood -- for the temporary relocation of the administrative and sewer operations staff of the SFPUC's Collection System Division, who are currently housed in modular offices at 160 Napoleon Street, in the Bayview district. For this purpose, the project proposes shallow grading of the fill onsite (3 to 4 feet), followed by paving to relocate 16 modular office trailers, then gaging them together to form a one-story field office building measuring approximately 94 feet by 120 feet that would support about 45 employees. The project also involves the development of 120 onsite parking spaces for employees' personal vehicles and 49 spaces for trucks and operations equipment, as well as a vactor waste station for the collection and separation of rain water & debris collected from the City's catch basins, a tent-like maintenance bay, and a below-grade confined-space training area.
  • Reference:2016-004087ENV
  • Received:Mar 29, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Light Rail Service Changes Planned for Spring 2016 - As part of the Muni service changes that are planned to occur in spring 2016, the following rail frequency changes are planned. • All Muni Metro routes (J, K, L, M, N, T) weekend frequency. All Muni Metro rail routes (J, K, L, M, N, T) would switch to Saturday frequencies of 10 minutes between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. and to Sunday frequencies of 12 minutes between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Existing Saturday frequencies during this time period are 10 minutes on the L and N, 12 minutes on the K/T and M, and 15 minutes on the J. Existing Sunday frequencies during this time period are 12 minutes on the J, K/T, and M, and 12 minutes on the L and N.
  • Reference:2016-003935ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Owl Service Expansion (Routes 48, 44, 108) - The project is an extension of the service hours for Muni routes 44 and 48 to include the overnight "Owl" time period. The routes would serve a shortened version of their full daytime routes. Currently, route 44 does not provide service after approximately 1:30 a.m. or before approximately 6 a.m. Route 48 does not provide service after approximately 12 a.m. or before approximately 6 a.m. The new expanded service hours would include providing service at 30-minute headways on both routes through the hours that currently do not have service. A map of the proposed routes is attached. Additionally, service on existing route 25 would be increased from 40/45 minutes to 30 minutes during the owl service hours (approximately 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.)
  • Reference:2016-003938ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Ongoing Maintenance on Port of San Francisco Property - The proposed project is the Port's regular program of repair and maintenance activities, and fill removal ("Port-wide maintenance program"). The standard construction measures ("Measures") that will be followed by Port staff or contractors in execution of Port-wide maintenance program.
  • Reference:2016-003866ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFMTA - Muni Forward / TEP TTRP.L Pilot - The following pilot project is proposed by the Muni Forward and Vision Zero groups to address safety concerns for riders boarding and alighting the L Taraval in the Sunset. Taraval Street is on the City’s high-injury network for pedestrians, with nearly half of pedestrian injuries on the street occurring when riders board or alight the L Taraval. As part of the L Taraval Rapid Project, boarding islands are proposed at all stops on Taraval Street that currently do not have them. Due to merchant requests for alternatives that do not require the removal of parking, however, the SFMTA has developed a set of pilot proposals at five of these L Taraval stops that would attempt to provide a safer boarding and alighting experience without removing parking. The pilot would be implemented in April 2016 or soon after, and would last for six months. Evaluation would be conducted before the pilot, midway through it, and six months into the pilot to determine whether it is an acceptable long-term option to achieve necessary safety objectives at the pilot locations.
  • Reference:2016-003932ENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: Peninsula Watershed Mgmt Plan - Review of Plan for Water Dept's San Mateo County Watershed Management
  • Reference:1996.222EENV
  • Received:Mar 24, 2016
  • Status:Under Review
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Description: SFMTA - Operating Budget for FY 2017 and 2018 - The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) proposes an operating budget for the Fiscal Years 2017 and 2018. The two year operating budget includes changes to revenues and expenditures for the agency, including the establishment, modification, structuring, restructuring or approval of rates, tolls, fares or other charges by the SFMTA.
  • Reference:2016-003707ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW Materials Testing Lab (2000 Oakdale Ave.) - Lease and tenant build-to-suit of private property for relocation of the Public Works Materials Testing Lab. Exterior window, door, and entry ramp alterations.
  • Reference:2016-003687ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued
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Description: SFPW - Evans Avenue Transportation Improvement - Proposed transportation improvement, incorporating roadway base repair and roadway surfacing on Evans Avenue. Installation of ADA mandated new curb ramps and upgrades to (B) curb ramps, and sewerage improvements.
  • Reference:2016-003690ENV
  • Received:Mar 21, 2016
  • Status:Closed - CEQA Clearance Issued