Neighborhood Preservation

Neighborhood Preservation Report

Note: click here to report an Abandoned Shopping Cart. Please refer abandoned & illegally parked vehicles on public streets directly to the Police Department at (925) 371-4824 or click here.

To report a violation, please call (925) 960-4444 or fill out the form below. Your service request will be received and entered into the Code Enforcement computer system within one (1) to three (3) working days. A Neighborhood Preservation Officer will typically inspect the property within two (2) weeks.

Complaints are usually handled in the order received. It may take one to two weeks before an inspection is conducted. Health and safety issues take precedence over all other complaints and are investigated as soon as possible, usually within one (1) or two (2) business days after receiving the service request. The City of Livermore strives to clear all confirmed violations within 90 days. Depending on the level of cooperation on the part of the violator, this time could be reduced or extended. The majority of verified complaints are resolved within 15 days and require minimal contact with the property owner/resident.


Privacy Policy

All service requests fall within the definition of a public record and are subject to public disclosure pursuant to the Public Records Act. The identities of reporting parties will be held as confidential unless ordered to be released by a judge of a court of record.

Neighborhood Preservation Report
Section 1
Reporting Party Information (*denotes required field)

Section 2
Location of Alleged Code Violation

If the specific street address is not available, enter location description here. Example: Corner of Main and Oak Streets or the property next to 1234 Hill Avenue.
Section 3
Overgrown weeds, grass or other overgrown vegetation - visible from a public street
Improperly stored inoperable vehicle(s) at a private residence - visible from a public street **see notes 1,2 below**
More than one (1) inoperable vehicle stored in the driveway/front area of a private residence
Vehicle(s) parked or stored on an unpaved surface at residential property - visible from a public street **see notes1,2 below**
More than two (2) recreational vehicles, as defined in section 10.20.270 of the Livermore Municipal Code, stored in the driveway/front area of a private residence - visible from a public street
Dismantled/wrecked vehicle or vehicle missing a tire/wheel or a vehicle with a flat tire parked or stored on private property - visible from a public street
Trash/debris, uncontained garbage/overflowing trash cans - visible from a public street
Accessible, unsecured refrigerator/other equipment hazardous to children - visible from a public street
Right of way encroachment such as a portable basketball hoop, vegetation, or sign kept on a sidewalk, in the street or on other public property
Storage of: personal items or household items, tools, equipment, discarded home furnishings or appliances, wood, lumber, building materials, junk, debris, uncontained solid waste on private property - visible from a public street
Illegal home based occupation
Illegal sign on residential or commercial property - visible from a public street
1. An inoperable vehicle is defined as a vehicle which cannot be started and cannot move conventionally under its own power without the assistance of another vehicle or gravity. A vehicle with expired registration or missing state issued license paltes does not constitute an inoperable vehicle.

2. A single inoperable vehicle may be store in public view on an approved, paved driveway leading to an apporved parking structure or on a paved driveway extension of a private residence. the vehicle must be covered with a manufactured vehicle cover which properly fits the vehicle and which is maintained in good repair. Tarps or coverings of any other type are not permitted. The vehicle must also be supported by conventianlly installed and inflated wheels/tires. Storage of vehicles in public view which are wrecked or dismantled either partially or completely is not permitted.
A maximum of five (5) service requests per reporting party address will be accepted until all five have been completed.