DPW Sewer Replacement Update 10/5/16

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This week (October 3-7)

The contractor has completed the sewer main replacement work on Hayes Street between Scott and Divisadero streets. This week, the contractor is replacing sewer laterals on the north side of this block.

Week of October 10, 2016


On Hayes Street, between Scott and Divisadero, the contractor will begin replacing sewer laterals on the south side of the block.

Week of October 17, 2016

The contractor will complete the sewer work on Hayes Street between Scott and Divisadero streets.   Sewer main replacement work is tentatively scheduled to commence on Hayes Street from Lyon to Central the week of October 24, 2016.

On Haight St, between Scott St. and Buchanan St., the contractor will begin sewer trench restoration work. The trench restoration work will begin at the Haight and Scott streets intersection and proceed in an easterly direction towards Buchanan Street. The contractor is anticipated to complete this phase of trench restoration work by the first week of November. The bus stops at Pierce, Fillmore and Buchanan will be temporarily relocated as work progresses along Haight Street. Bus stops will be relocated to mid-block locations. The “no parking” barricades will be placed at locations where trench restoration work is to be performed.

*** Please Note:  The schedule is subject to change due to rain, equipment breakdown, and/or unforeseen field conditions. Please see the posted “no parking” barricades for exact parking restrictions. Parking restrictions may vary per block. ***

For additional information on the project please visit www.sfpublicworks.org/haight-hayes. Also, please invite your neighbors to sign-up for email updates by adding themselves to the distribution list via the webpage. Thank you.


Alex M. Murillo

Public Affairs Officer

Office of Communications & Public Affairs  |  San Francisco Public Works  |  City and County of San Francisco

30 Van Ness Ave., 5th Floor  |  San Francisco, CA 94102  |  W (415) 558-5296  |  sfpublicworks.org ·twitter.com/sfpublicworks


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