District Elections

District Elections

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Beginning in 2020, Livermore City Council elections will begin the transition from at-large voting to district-based voting. The City has been divided into four districts and only the voters in a district decide who will represent that district. During the 2020 and 2022 elections, candidates will begin being elected from districts where they live pursuant to the following timetable:

District

Seat up for Election

Number of Years to Serve

Council Members who Reside in the District

At-large (no district)

November 2020

2-Year Term

Mayor Marchand

District 1

November 2022

4-Year Term

Vice Mayor Woerner

District 2

November 2022

4-Year Term

N/A

District 3

November 2020

4-Year Term

Council Members Munro and Coomber

District 4

November 2020

4-Year Term

Council Member Carling

 Note: The Mayor will continue to be elected at-large to two-year terms.

 

Districts

District 1

All the portion of the City of Livermore lying westerly of the following described line: Beginning at the intersection of E Stanley Boulevard and the westerly boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding easterly along E Stanley Boulevard to the Arroyo Mocho, and proceeding southeasterly along the Arroyo Mocho to Arroyo Road, and proceeding southerly along Arroyo Road to Robertson Park Road, and proceeding easterly along Robertson Park Road to the easterly boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding northerly along the boundary of the City of Livermore to S Livermore Avenue, and proceeding northwesterly along S Livermore Avenue to N Livermore Avenue, and proceeding northerly along N Livermore Avenue to Portola Avenue, and proceeding westerly along Portola Avenue to the northern boundary of the City of Livermore.

District 2

All the portion of the City of Livermore lying northerly of the following described line: Beginning at the intersection of Portola Avenue and the northerly boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding southerly along Portola Avenue to N Livermore Avenue, and proceeding southerly along N Livermore Avenue to Junction Avenue, and proceeding southeasterly along Junction Avenue to rail line, and proceeding easterly along rail line to First Street, and proceeding northeasterly along First Street to Interstate 580, and proceeding easterly along Interstate 580 to the point directly south of the intersection of Altamont Pass Road and the boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding north to the easterly boundary of the City of Livermore.

District 3

All the portion of the City of Livermore lying easterly of the following described line: Beginning at the intersection of S Livermore Avenue and the easterly boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding northwesterly along S Livermore Avenue to N Livermore Avenue, and proceeding northerly along N Livermore Avenue to Junction Avenue, and proceeding southeasterly along Junction Avenue to rail line, and proceeding easterly along rail line to First Street, and proceeding northeasterly along First Street to Interstate 580, and proceeding easterly along Interstate 580 to the point directly south of the intersection of Altamont Pass Road and the boundary of the City of Livermore, and proceeding north to the easterly boundary of the City of Livermore.

District 4

All the portion of the City of Livermore lying southerly of the following described line: Beginning at the intersection of E Stanley Boulevard and the westerly boundary of the city of Livermore, and proceeding easterly along E Stanley Boulevard to the Arroyo Mocho, and proceeding southeasterly along the Arroyo Mocho to Arroyo Road, and proceeding southerly along Arroyo Road to Robertson Park Road, and proceeding easterly along Robertson Park Road to the easterly boundary of the City of Livermore.