Water Resources Manager
101 W. Jack London Blvd.
Livermore, CA 94551-7632
CA Relay: Dial 711 TDD
In case of a water service problem or emergency, call:
Monday - Friday
Outside Business Hours
-For yellow or purple fire hydrant, call (925) 960-8100.
-For red fire hydrants, call Cal Water at (925) 447-4900
-For billing inquiries regarding the City of Livermore's Livermore Municipal Water system, call:
Monday - Friday
Livermore Municipal Water was established in 1963 as part of the City of Livermore Water Resources Division. Today, Livermore Municipal Water provides drinking water service to approximately 1/3 of Livermore. Livermore Municipal Water's 23-square mile service area includes over 28,000 residential and commercial customers in the northern and eastern portions of Livermore.
Both Livermore Municipal Water and Cal Water receive their treated water from Zone 7 Water Agency. 80% of this water is from the California State Water Project, 10% is from Del Valle Reservoir, and 10% is local groundwater.
After water is treated by Zone 7 Water Agency, the water is delivered to five pump stations. The pump stations move the water to four reservoirs. These reservoirs provide billions of gallons of water for domestic, irrigation, and fire protection use annually.
All California water suppliers with more than 3,000 customers are required to prepare an Urban Water Management Plan every five years. Urban Water Management Plans help with long-term water resource planning to ensure that there will be adequate water supplies to meet future demands. The reliability and efficient use of water supplies are assessed over a 20-year time frame during normal, dry, and multiple dry year conditions.
If you are a Cal Water customer, visit their website to access the Cal Water Livermore District Urban Water Management Plan.