Request comes after the Governor called on all Californians to reduce their water use by 15% from their 2020 levels.
The City of Livermore is pleased to announce the availability of five Tourism and Special Event Grants for fiscal year 2021-2022. The purpose of the program is to provide financial support for events that:
• add to Livermore’s unique art, history, diversity, or character,
• appeal to broad audiences throughout the region,
• produce an economic benefit to the City by marketing Livermore as a destination, and/or
• provide interest and opportunity for the community to gather as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dry Conditions Prompt Voluntary Conservation
Work will enhance this section of the Arroyo Mocho between Murietta Blvd. and Isabel Ave.
Commercial tenants can receive financial assistance from the City when their landlord waives unpaid rent during the pandemic
The Vice Mayor shares her beliefs in this December 17 letter to the community
After serving 15 years on City Council, the last 9 as Mayor, Mayor Marchand bids farewell and expresses his appreciation
Mayor-elect Bob Woerner and Council Member Trish Munro penned this December 13 letter to the Livermore community
Two Tri-Valley volunteer programs receive an award for their work to enhance and restore local creeks.
On August 12, 2020 the Livermore City Manager signed an order capping fees charged to restaurants at 15%
Hello Housing, on behalf of the City of Livermore is now accepting online Pre-applications from Low (80% AMI) and Moderate (120%) Income households for the opportunity to be entered into the 2020 Lottery for the opportunity to purchase a below market rate home under the City’s Affordable Homeownership Program.
The Cities have partnered with Alameda County to use their mass notification alert system: AC Alert and the new Zonhaven Emergency Management System.
Additional activities are allowed to resume with modifications and limited capacities beginning March 31, 2021
On May 11, the City launched GovQA, a comprehensive portal that provides user-friendly access for residents to submit public records requests online.
City Manager Marc Roberts has announced his appointment of Jeramy Young as Livermore’s new Chief of Police, replacing Chief Michael Harris, who retired this past August. Young joined the Livermore Police Department in 2014 as a Captain. During his time in Livermore, he has been responsible for many notable accomplishments. He implemented the Area Command Policing model, expanding community policing efforts and strengthening relationships with the Livermore community. He was integral in the creation of a real-time crime center, allowing for more efficient and effective responses to crime events. Most recently, he has actively engaged with the City Council Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee to address many pressing law enforcement issues, including racial justice, police response to mental illness, and diversity in recruitment. Asked about his appointment, Young stated, “I’m excited to step into this new role and look forward to serving the community as their Police Chief. I have enjoyed working in Livermore and am eager to build on the great successes already achieved. The men and women of the Livermore Police Department are dedicated professionals, and I am honored to work with them.” Chief Young has a passion for community policing, transparency in law enforcement, and is committed to prioritizing diversity on the Livermore Police force. He is married, has three children, and enjoys golfing and camping with family.
City Manager Marc Roberts stated, “I am extremely proud of our Police Department. The fact that we had a well-qualified pool of candidates from across the nation shows how well respected our Department is. I am excited that Jeramy will be our next Chief of Police. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the organization. Chief Young is dedicated to social justice, continuous improvement and transparency, and has a passion for serving our community.”
It’s Water Professionals Appreciation Week and the City of Livermore is celebrating by shining a spotlight on some of the hardworking staff who make sure our community has safe and reliable water, wastewater, and recycled water. Today’s spotlight is on Laboratory Technician Lisa Boyko-Davidson.
It’s Water Professionals Appreciation Week and the City of Livermore is celebrating by shining a spotlight on some of the hardworking staff who make sure our community has safe and reliable water, wastewater, and recycled water. Today’s spotlight is on Laboratory Supervisor Dr. Kumudini Dharmawardana.
It’s Water Professionals Appreciation Week and the City of Livermore is celebrating by shining a spotlight on some of the hardworking staff who make sure our community has safe and reliable water, wastewater, and recycled water. Today’s spotlight is on Associate Civil Engineer Farnoush Levers.
Livermore's annual water awareness poster contest has been postponed until the next school year.