§ 1209.

RECLAIMED WATER USE MAP DESIGNATION

The following areas are designated for the use of reclaimed water in accordance with this Article:

a.

Westside. The Westside area includes seven sub-areas: Lake Merced, Great Highway, Golden Gate Park, 39th Avenue, Lincoln Park, Richmond Tunnel and Presidio. Each of these sub-areas is described as follows:

Lake Merced. The Lake Merced sub-area is bound by the Pacific Ocean on the west and by the San Francisco City and County Boundary on the south. On the east, the Lake Merced sub-area is bound by Junipero Serra Boulevard from the City and County Boundary north to Sloat Boulevard, by West Portal Avenue from Sloat Boulevard northeast to 15th Avenue, and by 15th Avenue from West Portal Avenue north to Vicente Street. On the north, the Lake Merced sub-area is bound by Vicente Street extending in a line from 15th Avenue west to the Pacific Ocean.

Great Highway. The Great Highway sub-area is bound by the Pacific Ocean on the west and a line extending from the Pacific Ocean east to Vicente Street and 47th Avenue on the south. On the east, the Great Highway sub-area is bound by 47th Avenue from Vicente Street to Lincoln Way, by Lincoln Way from 47th Avenue west to the Great Highway, and by the Great Highway from Lincoln Way north to Sutro Height Park. On the north, the Great Highway sub-area is bound by the southerly boundary of the Sutro Heights Park.

Golden Gate Park. The Golden Gate Park sub-area is bound by the Great Highway on the west. On the south, the Golden Gate Park sub-area is bound by Lincoln Way from the Great Highway east to Frederick Street, and by Frederick Street from Lincoln Way east to Stanyan Street. On the east, the Golden Gate Park sub-area is bound by Stanyan Street from Frederick Street north to Fulton Street. On the north, the Golden Gate Park sub-area is bound by Fulton Street from Stanyan Street west to the Great Highway.

39th Avenue. The 39th Avenue sub-area is bound by 40th Avenue on the west, Fulton Street on the south, 38th Avenue on the east, and Clement Street on the north.

Lincoln Park. The Lincoln Park sub-area is bound by the Pacific Ocean on the north and west. On the south, the Lincoln Park sub-area is bound by the southerly boundary of Sutro Heights Park extending east from the Pacific Ocean to 48th Avenue, by 48th Avenue from the southerly boundary of Sutro Heights Park north to Point Lobos Avenue, by El Camino Del Mar from Point Lobos Avenue north to Seal Rock Drive, by Seal Rock Drive from El Camino Del Mar east to Clement Street, and by Clement Street from Seal Rock Drive east to the easterly boundary of Lincoln Park. On the east, the Lincoln Park sub-area is bound by the easterly boundary of Lincoln Park extending in a line from Clement Street north to the Pacific Ocean.

Richmond Tunnel. The Richmond Tunnel sub-area extends 400 feet each side of a line described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Fulton Street and 35th Avenue the line extends north 150 feet in 35th Avenue, then northeast in a straight line to the intersection of Lake Street and 26th Avenue, then east in Lake Street to the intersection of Lake Street and 24th Avenue, then north in a line extending from the intersection of Lake Street and 24th Avenue to the southerly boundary of the Presidio Military Reservation.

Presidio. The Presidio sub-area is bound by the Pacific Ocean on the north and west. On the south, the Presidio sub-area is bound by the southerly boundary of the Presidio Military Reservation from the Pacific Ocean east to Park Presidio Boulevard, by the southerly and easterly boundaries of Mountain Lake Park from Park Presidio Boulevard to West Pacific Avenue, by West Pacific Avenue extending in a line from the easterly boundary of Mountain Lake Park east to Lyon Street. On the east, the Presidio sub-area is bound by Lyon Street extending in a line from West Pacific Avenue north to the Pacific Ocean.

b.

Eastside. The Eastside area is bound by San Francisco Bay on the east and north. On the west, the Eastside area is bound by Grant Street extending from San Francisco Bay south to its intersection with Francisco Street, by Francisco Street east to its intersection with Kearny Street, by Kearny Street south to its intersection with Chestnut Street, by Chestnut Street east to its intersection with Montgomery Street, by Montgomery Street south to its intersection with Lombard Street, by Lombard Street east to its intersection with Sansome Street, by Sansome Street south to its intersection with Market Street, by Market Street southwest to its intersection with 2nd Street, by 2nd Street southeast from its intersection with Market Street to the intersection of 2nd Street and Mission Street, by Mission Street southwest from 2nd Street to the intersection of Mission Street and 7th Street, by 7th Street from Mission Street southeast to 16th Street, by Interstate 280 from the intersection of 7th Street and 16th Street south to Army Street, by Army Street from Interstate 280 west to Bayshore Boulevard, by Bayshore Boulevard from Army Street south to Jerrold Avenue, by Jerrold Avenue from Bayshore Boulevard southeast to Interstate 280, and by Interstate 280 from Jerrold Avenue southwest to Newcomb Avenue. On the south, the Eastside area is bound by Newcomb Avenue from Interstate 280 southeast to Third Street, by Third Street from Newcomb Avenue northeast to Evans Avenue, by Evans Avenue from Third Street southeast to Middlepoint, by Middlepoint southwest to Ingalls Avenue, by Ingalls Avenue southwest to Wallace Avenue, and by a line extending southeast along Wallace Avenue to San Francisco Bay, including the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard.

Treasure Island. The Treasure Island sub-area shall include all of Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island.

History

(Added by Ord. 390-91, App. 11/7/91; amended by Ord. 393-94, App. 11/23/94)

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