Sewer work to reduce flooding in Mission, Bernal neighborhoods 

Chronic flooding that occurs in the Cesar Chavez Street area during heavy rainstorms will be addressed by a $30 million sewer replacement project.

Beginning in May and lasting for up to two years, city crews will replace and reline sewers in Cesar Chavez Street from Hampshire Street to San Jose Avenue.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission documents show that similar work will be undertaken at the following locations: Harrison Street between Cesar Chavez and 26th streets; Valencia Street between Cesar Chavez and Mission streets; Mission Street at the intersections of Cesar Chavez Street and Fair Avenue; Tiffany Avenue at the intersections of Valencia and Duncan streets; Fair Avenue from Mission to Coleridge streets; Coleridge street from Fair to Coso avenues; and Coso Avenue from Coleridge Street nearly to Mirabel Avenue.

The project was approved Tuesday by the commission.

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