9212 Report

At the July 29, 2019 Council meeting, the Livermore City Council adopted Resolution 2019-138 directing preparation of an information report pursuant to Elections Code Section on 9212 (Report) to evaluate the effects of the Central Park Plan Initiative (Initiative). This Report includes background, an overview of both the Initiative and the City of Livermore’s approved Downtown Plan (Approved Plan), identifies uncertainties within the Initiative and assumptions made in the analysis, and provides comparative analysis of the Initiative and the Approved Plan for the following topics: implementation schedule and resources, open space, consistency with Key Learnings, parking and traffic, affordable housing obligations and workforce housing feasibility, development partners, and delivery access and solid waste collection.

City Council Agenda Package August 26, 2019 

Here is what you will see happening over the next few months.              



Schedule current as of August 2019.

For questions related to the Downtown Project, please call 925-960-4400.

Recent Events 

Veterans Way Ribbon Cutting

On Sunday, July 28, 2019 the City celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony for Veterans Way, the new east / west street in Downtown Livermore.  The event took place along Veterans Way and within the surface parking area behind First Street Alehouse (Veterans Way runs from South Livermore Avenue to South L Street, between Railroad Avenue and First Street).

The event included a motorcade of vintage cars and military vehicles through Downtown Livermore. The motorcade carried representatives from veteran associations throughout Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin, as well as elected officials, members from the Livermore Stockmen’s Rodeo Association, and Livermore Downtown Inc. The program included remarks from Mayor John Marchand and representatives from the Stockmen’s Association, Livermore Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7265, and Livermore Downtown Inc.

A Mobile Vet Center was available to provide outreach and referral services and confidential counseling space for veterans, service members, and their families. Following the ceremony, the vintage and military vehicles were on display along Veterans Way.

Veterans Way is named in honor of the veteran community and the countless contributions veterans have made to ensure the safety and well-being of all. This two-way street runs from South Livermore Avenue to South L Street. It provides diagonal parking and convenient access to nearby amenities, including businesses and the future Stockmen’s Park.

Council approved final design plans for the L Street Parking Garage and the landscape design for the open space and Stockmen’s Park.


L Street Parking Garage  

  • 5 levels of parking space

  • Approx. 500 garage parking spaces with 20-25 ADA spaces, 30 electric vehicle spaces, and 30 bicycle spaces

  • 48 surface parking spaces with 3 ADA spaces (behind First Street businesses)

  • State-of-the-art parking technology
    Open Space  
  • 3.5 acres of open space

  • 1.5-acre Stockmen’s Park

  • 8-foot tall Stockmen’s Park monument

  • Playground and interactive public art

  • Outdoor dining facing Stockmen’s Park


COMING SOON – new details and renderings of a 3-story boutique hotel at the southeast corner of Livermore Avenue and Railroad Avenue next to the Bankhead Theater.

Stockmen's Park Groundbreaking

On Saturday, May 19, 2018 over 100 people attended the ground breaking of Stockmen's Park. Stockmen's Park will be located south of Blacksmith Square on Livermore Avenue. The 1.5-acre, horseshoe-shaped park will honor Livermore's veterans and ranching heritage. It will also serve as the focal point of over 3.5 acres of public open space and green space running from Livermore Avenue to South L Street.   

Stockmen's Park ground breaking

Project History