April Fools Day is serious business for the Public Works crew in our neighborhood

Lee Heidhues – Photo Essay 4.1.2022

San Francisco Department of Public Works (DPW) has been taking care of business on our block in the Outer Richmond District the past two months.

On the First of April a crew arrived with approximately 10 pieces of equipment and got to work. Following is a pictorial essay of The City taking care of the neighborhoods.

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DPW arrives on a Friday morning

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Taking a look
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The project commences
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Digging away
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The operator and his BIG machine
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Getting ready to go to work
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Gravel being transferred
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The DPW crew looks after a neighborhood street tree
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Surveying the landscape
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The gigantic visitor in our driveway
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Heavy equipment
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Grinding away
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Checking out the work
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The job is finished for now