The City of Livermore has formed a Citizens Advisory Committee to guide the development of a new Citywide Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Active Transportation Plan (ATP). Advisory Committee members live or work in Livermore and are not elected officials. The Advisory Committee (ATPAC) will help develop recommendations and provide community perspective regarding neighborhood needs and priorities to the City Council. The ATPAC will meet approximately six times starting in fall 2015 through summer 2017 and will disband upon the adoption of the approved Plan.
The Community Asset Management Program (CAMP) Committee's mission is to create a group of well-informed, interested participants; share information between the community and City Staff; brainstorm ideas and solutions to infrastructure problems; obtain community feedback on various infrastructure strategies and priorities; and to assist in fostering an open dialogue with the community regarding the state and management of the City's various infrastructure systems.
Meeting materials for the most current CAMP meeting are available at the following link:
Additional volunteer opportunities are also available for Livermore residents on the following Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) subcommittees:
For more information on these subcommittees, visit the ACTC website at: http://www.alamedactc.org/