Piping replaced beneath 32 blocks of northeastern San Francisco 

A $13 million project to replace water and sewer pipes beneath 32 blocks of northeastern San Francisco wrapped up this week, 18 months after it began.

Aging pipes were replaced in the Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow and North Beach neighborhoods to protect drinking water supplies and prevent sewer overflows.

The final step in the project was completed Tuesday, when Leavenworth Street between Filbert and Union streets was resurfaced to fill in holes dug by contractors.

The project was part of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s $4.6 billion Water System Improvement Program

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