On March 1, 2020 the Alameda County Public Health Agency declared a local health emergency throughout Alameda County to respond to the threat of the introduction and spread of COVID-19. The Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce is monitoring notifications issued by ACPHA and its guidelines to protect public health and to avoid or minimize risks for a breakout and spread of the Coronavirus.

The ACPHA guidelines are informing our decisions regarding cancellation or postponement of LVCC scheduled events and programs including our Business Mixers, workshops, and meetings. The LVCC event schedule may also be affected by decisions respective of host businesses/organizations protocols. Unless and until we issue a notice of cancellation, LVCC events will go on as planned. LVCC will e-notify members and others on its email list of any cancellations. LVCC welcomes your attendance at our events, however, you are the best judge to determine whether or not to do so.    

We continue to monitor public health advisories and review scheduling for LVCC events on a rolling 30-day period until such time as the ACPHA Health Emergency is lifted.

We urge you to take necessary precautions for your business and organization. For updates and information on COVOD-19 visit ALAMEDA COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH – COVID-19.

Thank you for your attention and patience,

Dawn Argula
President & CEO