On Monday, a sign was installed on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Sixth Street.
The sign read, “DWI signs have also been replaced.
Thank you to all of you who have helped keep the water safe.”
The signs are designed to show that drinking water is safe.
“I’m just very happy to see that people are paying attention to the signs and making sure they’re getting their water,” said the mayor of San Francisco, Gavin Newsom.
“It’s not about making a statement, it’s about making sure the people who are using it are being treated fairly.”
The sign is only visible from the city’s Mission District.
But it’s a good sign for people who live or work in the Mission, Newsom said.
“The signs are going to be more visible than before,” he said.
This week, the city is also making changes to its drinking water systems, including the replacement of the two water pumps that pump the city water.
“We will also be installing new water pumps,” the city said in a statement.
“All of these improvements will help to make San Francisco’s water system even more efficient and safe.”
It’s unclear if any of the changes will affect people who don’t drink the water.
In San Francisco and surrounding communities, many people don’t use bottled water, and they also don’t have to be concerned about the risk of drinking contaminants.
The city’s drinking water system, however, is not designed for people to drink, so there’s not a lot of room for error, Newsome said.