The Watershed and Environmental Improvement Program is a 10-year, $50 million, program to proactively manage, protect and restore environmental resources affected by our system operations. Funded in part by Water System Improvement Program Measure A bond funds and in part by operating funds, the Program spans the Peninsula, Alameda, and Tuolumne Watersheds, as well areas in San Francisco.
The Program’s objectives are:
• Manage watershed activities and resources to protect source water quality and protect/restore terrestrial and aquatic species and their habitats
• Protect/restore watershed lands
• Enhance public awareness of watershed resources, their protection, and restoration efforts
• Include key stakeholders in the Program
• Maintain up-to-date watershed assessments and management plans
• Develop monitoring and feedback mechanisms to measure progress
We design and implement projects as part of the WEIP that:
• Are above and beyond normal watershed maintenance activities (e.g. roads, fences, and trails)
• Meet the goals of the Water Enterprise Environmental Stewardship Policy
• Are not already included in any other SFPUC projects, or as mitigation for either the Water System Improvement Program (WSIP),or the Bioregional Habitat Restoration Program for the Alameda Watershed.
Would you like to know more?
• Download our 2012 annual report.
• Download our 2011 annual report, plus attachments.
• Download our 2010 annual report, plus attachments.
For more information contact Carla Schultheis at 415-554-1558 or firstname.lastname@example.org.