Raw Sewage on the Streets of San Francisco – Haight Ashbury Edition

This example of raw sewage on Clayton Street in the Upper Haight (right in front of the busy 94117 Post Office, actually) has been sitting around for about 48 hours or so.

Somebody put up an orange cone, so that’s a sure sign that some progress is being made.

Yes, that’s what you think it is. That other stuff? Again, it’s also what you think it is. Click to expand:

[UPDATE: 24 hours later, all better. Merci boocooh!]

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2 Responses to “Raw Sewage on the Streets of San Francisco – Haight Ashbury Edition”

  1. FYI – a quick call to 311 with the address of said health hazard will get a truck from the DPW out within a few hours. It’s truly a public health issue and they respond ASAP. Anyone can call.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Yeah, word.

    In a way, I was curious what would happen without a call. Anywho, I seen the orange cone and I assumed that they were working on it, which they were, slowly.