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SFPUC Datasets

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Description: SFPUC Construction Bid Opportunities
Description: The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is undertaking a major water system improvement program to repair and improve the Hetch Hetchy water delivery system. The SFPUC will let construction contracts valuing $2.3 billion, between now and 2013.
Date Released: Periodic
Time Period: 2007-Current
Frequency: Periodic
San Francisco Beach Water Quality
Description: Shoreline bacteria are routinely monitored at 14 stations around the perimeter of San Francisco where water contact recreation may occur. Samples are collected weekly year round.
Date Released: Daily
Time Period: Sample Period
GoSolarSF - Solar Energy Incentive Program
Description: To encourage more installations of solar power in San Francisco, the City has been offering incentives to San Francisco residents and businesses to install solar power on their properties. GoSolarSF has been one of the most successful and popular environmental initiatives sponsored by the city. It empowers residents, business owners and non-profits to reduce their own carbon footprints and power
Date Released: Monthly
Frequency: Monthly
SFPUC Design Build Agreements
Description: Posting for Design Build Agreements contracting opportunities
Time Period: 2008-Current
Frequency: Periodic

SFPUC Budget Information FY 2009-10
These are the Fiscal Year 2009-10 operating and capital project budgets for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission as recommended by the Mayor and approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Time Period: 2008-Current
Frequency: Periodic

Date Released: Various
Time Period: Various
Frequency: Daily to Monthly
Location of dataset:
Format: csv, xml, xls
Location of Data Dictionary: N/A

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