Asset Management Fact Sheets
CAMP’s staff and outreach committee are developing a set of fact sheets to give voice to the city’s infrastructure. Fact Sheets are designed to be informative and relevant to community members by distilling a complex topic into an easy-to-read format. As of this week, the City will present the Technical sheet of the building through a series of fun and engaging social media posts. Additional fact sheets are being developed and will be serialized with a new version approximately every three weeks. Each information sheet and supporting documents will be available on the program website at www.livermoreassets.net/documents.
Medication recovery result
On Saturday, April 30, LPD volunteers and Reserve Officer Don Swanson held a drug recovery event, where they collected over 500 pounds of expired, unused and unwanted prescription drugs to be destroyed. The event was a huge success, helping to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft in Livermore. Thank you to everyone who participated.
LPD Volunteer Appreciation BBQ
On Thursday May 5, LPD hosted a BBQ in appreciation of its many volunteers who continued to serve throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Between January 2021 and April 2022, 4,400 hours were collectively dedicated to various events organized throughout the year (Giving Tree, National Night Out, Citizen’s Police Academy, Special Olympics, Bike Patrol, etc.). Both Karen Tsuda and Mark Hudson have been recognized as 2022 Volunteers of the Year. Thank you to all of our volunteers for their humble service. We really appreciate your efforts to make our community even better!
Evacuation training at points of sale
On May 10, the Livermore Police Department and Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department held training for San Francisco Premium Outlets management and security personnel. Topics included evacuating the mall in an emergency, prioritizing communications, incident command, and what to expect from both agencies upon arrival.
National Public Works Week
National Public Works Week will be celebrated from May 15-21, 2022. This year’s theme is “Ready and Resilient”. The theme highlights the ability of Public Works employees to perform regular duties and be ready at all times to act as first responders during a crisis or natural disaster. Public Works’ dedicated employees provide essential services that maintain the City’s infrastructure and help keep Livermore residents safe. Public works encompasses water, sewer, streets, lighting, landscaping, fleet, facilities, solid waste and recyclables collection, asset management and airport operations.
Drums for inclusion
Livermore Public Library invites the community to join an in-person outdoor drumming circle program at the Springtown Library on May 17, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. Drumming for inclusion programs aim to bring people together , families and neuro-diverse communities. together through improvised percussion. Young people with autism and their caregivers are encouraged to attend. This free program is generously sponsored by the Friends of Livermore Public Library. Registration is mandatory; please call (925) 373-5505 to register.
Livermore Poet Laureate Cynthia J. Patton will host a poetry event on Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at the Civic Center Library. Patton will share his poetry and announce the winners of the 6th Annual Livermore Science Poetry Test Tube Poetry Contest. Contest participants will share their submissions during this free program. For more information, please call (925) 373-5505 or visit the library’s website at www.livermorelibrary.net.
Citywide Garage Sale 2022
The annual citywide garage sale will take place on June 18, 2022. Residents who contact Livermore Sanitation to pre-register their address for the event before June 8 will receive free advertising. The address of each participating household will appear in the June 16 edition of The Independent and will be published on Livermore Sanitation website.
This press release was produced by the town of Livermore. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.