Be our guest and explore the beauty of trails, wild rivers, and urban farms or take advantage of educational tours of our headquarters or wastewater treatment plants.
Enjoy the wilderness trails, waterfalls, views, and the wild and scenic Tuolumne River at the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir in Yosemite National Park.
On this 16.3km train near Half Moon Bay, you can enjoy hiking, biking, or horseback riding through pristine stands of old-growth trees while enjoying views of the ocean and bay. Reservations required.
San Francisco built this beautiful monument to the engineering marvel that brought Hetch Hetchy water more than 160 miles across California from the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the Bay Area.
This 1910 beaux arts landmark highlights the confluence of three sources of water flowing into the Sunol Valley of southern Alameda County.
Lake Merced is a vibrant ecosystem, a regional recreational venue, and a non-potable emergency water supply for the City of San Francisco. Learn More.
We’re upgrading and modernizing our facilities, so public tours are on hold to ensure worker and public safety. Enjoy a virtual tour to see (but not smell) our system and learn how we keep our city, beaches, the ocean, and the bay clean.
Take our virtual tour to learn about our green building’s solar power, graywater reuse, and use of recycled materials throughout the building.
Construction began in April 2020 on this new gathering place in the Sunol Yard, designed to help you explore and learn about the Alameda Creek Watershed.
This community center offers beautiful event space and curated grounds for residents of Bayview Hunters Point and surrounding District 10 neighborhoods to gather, learn, and play. Programs and services for social and academic needs offered by our partners are also available to the community.
We partner with a local community organization on this urban farm at Crocker Amazon Park, which offers affordable fresh produce to communities in the Excelsior neighborhood.
We designed this educational and demonstration garden to teach local students about environmentally friendly water use, food, energy, and waste systems. It is open for field trips and group tours by appointment.
We love to help inspire children to save water and protect our environment. Our free school field trips will help you teach your students about our city’s water history, their local watersheds, wise water use, and more.
Looking for a place to film your next movie or a location to take some photographs for an ad? Learn more about how you can utilize our facilities for your project.