Livermore News


The City of Livermore invites applicants for appointment to the Planning Commission
December 11, 2014 

Police Department awarded grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety
November 10, 2014  The California Office of Traffic Safety awarded LPD a $57,875 grant...
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Mandatory Water Conservation Update
September 3, 2014  The City is pleased to share that residents are currently meeting mandatory conservation levels...
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Livermore Shows Appreciation to Local Businesses
June 16, 2014  Livermore’s Mayor Marchand recently held two receptions for top businesses in the City. Top employers and sales tax generators were recognized. The receptions provided the Mayor an opportunity to thank Livermore businesses, while also providing an informal setting in which business representatives could share their thoughts and desires with the Mayor and City staff. The Mayor expressed his appreciation for the businesses that help keep Livermore’s economy growing, allowing the City to provide public services to the community.

Livermore Around the Web
February 3, 2014  Livermore's quality of life is no longer the best kept secret in the Bay Area...
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LPD Seeking Help - Premium Outlets Incident
December 11, 2014  The Livermore Police Department is actively investigating an incident that occurred in the parking lot of the Livermore Premium Outlet Mall. On December 9, 2014, about 12:15 PM, LPD Officers were dispatched to the southwest parking lot of the Livermore Premium Outlets for an adult female who was lying on the ground unconscious. The female was transported to the hospital for care where she was admitted to the ICU with life threatening injuries to her head. At this point in the investigation, it is unknown what occurred. We received information from the public regarding a white 4-door sedan that was seen leaving the area around the same time as the incident. The investigation is ongoing and the Livermore Police Department is seeking the community’s assistance in locating any witnesses. If anyone has any information about this incident, they are encouraged to contact Detective Glen Robbins of the Livermore Police Department at (925) 294-7568. Those who wish to remain anonymous may do so.
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