Do you want to make a contribution to the community? Volunteer! Three options are: serving as a volunteer for the City of Livermore, serving on a City of Livermore advisory body, or participating in activities through the Community Service Council.
Many community members share their time and talents as City volunteers every year. Over 1000 people participated in a City volunteer effort in fiscal year 2013-14 totaling 56,000 hours. Thank you! Whether cleaning out creeks, improving arroyos, helping someone learn to read, providing clerical, information technology or social media support, or assisting with special events, volunteers make a big difference in our City. A breakdown of volunteers by department is below. For more information about becoming a City volunteer, click here.
Livermore residents are encouraged to apply for membership on the City’s numerous advisory bodies: Airport Commission, Beautification Committee, Commission for the Arts, Historic Preservation Commission, Housing Authority, Human Services Commission, Library Board of Trustees, Planning Commission, and the Youth Advisory Commission. For more information on these exciting opportunities to make a difference click here to visit the City Clerk's Office site for more details.
The Community Service Council, a consortium of over eighty churches and non-profits, select and arrange volunteer projects during select weekends throughout the year. To learn more about upcoming projects, visit www.justserve.org.