San Francisco Division
Welcome to PG&E's San Francisco Division
PG&E's San Francisco Division covers the City and County of San Francisco, an urban community that is the cultural, commercial and financial heart of the Bay Area. San Francisco is the fourth most populous city in California, with more than 850,000 residents across its 49 square miles. The city has substantial infrastructure, including major freeways, ports and ferry terminals, and is home to the San Francisco Giants stadium and the future home of the Golden State Warriors. San Francisco is experiencing the most active development boom in recent memory, including new construction across all sectors: housing, commercial, cultural/entertainment, and local and regional infrastructure. PG&E serves residents in the unique and eclectic commercial/residential neighborhoods, along with iconic commercial, educational, cultural and healthcare institutions throughout the city and downtown. On this page, you'll find news and essential information about PG&E in your hometown.
San Francisco: Office Workers Get Sweet Treats for Being Energy Efficient
SAN FRANCISCO — Wrapped in perfect packages, sweet surprises are hitting hundreds of workstations at the 345 California St. building in San Francisco... Read More
A magnitude 6.9 earthquake hits the Bay Area. The devastation stretches along the Hayward Fault in...
PG&E, one of the cleanest utilities in the nation, announced that the renewable energy it delivers...
DIVISION LEADER'S MESSAGE
Hello. I'm Stephanie Isaacson, senior manager for PG&E's San Francisco Division. I have served as a public affairs and community relations professional in the Bay Area for nearly 20 years. For the last 14 years, I have had the opportunity to work in various roles in community engagement and government relations at PG&E. Prior to my current role, I was the Director of Stakeholder Engagement for PG&E's Environmental Remediation program, where I led initiatives to improve community engagement, customer satisfaction and regulatory agency relations related to the some of the company's most sensitive projects.