The City of Livermore prohibits all commercial cannabis activities with a limited exception for the delivery of medicinal cannabis from a properly licensed dispensary outside Livermore to qualified patients and primary caregivers in Livermore.
The recent wildfires in northern and southern California are the latest reminders that disasters and emergencies do happen, sometime when and where you least expect it. Communities have focused on preparedness…like storing water and having a “go bag”; however, resiliency is another important aspect when a disaster strikes. How soon and successfully could your family and/or business “bounce back” after a disaster? In 2018 watch for posts that highlight what the City is already doing and what you, as a partner, can do to revive Livermore’s wonderful quality-of-life following a disaster. In 2018, Resolve to be Resilient!
Please join us in wishing Officer Joe Nguyen well as he retires from the department after 22 plus years of service. Joe’s retirement is effective December 24, 2017. During his time with the department, Officer Nguyen was selected to be a member of several specialized units to include Motor Officer, Narcotics and, as a member of the SWAT Team. Joe's contributions to the department have been many and have been of great benefit to the agency and the community. You will be missed Officer Nguyen - Congratulations!