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"Key to the City" Community Academy
This free, eleven-week program provides a unique, behind-the-scenes look at municipal operations, and provides an opportunity to exchange information and ideas with your local government officials.
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2014 Water Conservation Results for Livermore
Livermore residents responded to the City’s request to cut 2014 water usage in dramatic fashion by reducing their overall water consumption by 25% during 2014 compared to 2013...
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News ImageLivermore-Pleasanton Fire Department Names New Fire Chief
Ruben Torres was appointed the new LPFD Fire Chief, and will begin his duties on February 17th.......
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City Council Agenda Highlights - 2/9/2015
Agenda items that may be of interest to members of the public.
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Draft 2015-2022 Housing Element of the General Plan available for review
The City is currently in the process of updating the Housing Element, which is a mandated component of the General Plan.
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News ImagePolice Department awarded grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety
The California Office of Traffic Safety awarded LPD a $57,875 grant...
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News ImageMandatory Water Conservation Update
The City is pleased to share that residents are currently meeting mandatory conservation levels...
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News ImageLivermore Around the Web
Livermore's quality of life is no longer the best kept secret in the Bay Area...
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News ImagePublic Works Director Dan McIntyre Appointed Engineering Services Manager for DSRSD
Dan McIntyre's last day with the City will be Tuesday, February 17th...
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News ImageYes, We Live in Earthquake Country!
The tragedies following the recent earthquakes in Japan reminds us of our own vulnerability with living in California’s earthquake country. Knowledgeable U.S. Geologic Survey scientists indicate a 62% probability of a 6.7 magnitude or greater earthquake occurring in the San Francisco Bay Area within the next 30 years.
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