Currents Digital Currents March/April 2018

A Digital Newsletter of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission MARCH/APRIL 2018 Walk This Way—Spring on the Ridge Trail Spring is the perfect time to experience our Peninsula Watershed on the Fifield-Cahill Ridge Trail! The vibrant, lush 23,000 acres of this precious watershed are protected as one of our water sources, and are home to many rare and endangered species protected by federal and state laws. The 10-mile trail is open to hikers, cyclists, and equestrians with reservations to be accompanied by our Trail Leader Volunteers on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Interested in becoming a Trail Leader Volunteer to assist with these hikes? Learn more at We are working to expand our education and public access programs, and the environmental review is under way to extend the Bay Area Ridge Trail south on our Peninsula Watershed. Make plans to come out and enjoy some of the most breathtaking scenery the Bay Area has to offer. Learn more about the Peninsula Watershed at IN THIS ISSUE You Can Depend on Us for Your 5 a.m. Shower Leaks Can Run, But They Can’t Hide Job Seekers: Don’t Miss Out on the March 2018 Baywork Career Fairs 7 Ways To Save Money Page 2>> Page 3>> Page 4>> Page 5>>