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Livermore Valley Wine Auction Raises Funds for School Meals

To address the challenges and opportunities presented by the year 2020, the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association and the Livermore Valley Winegrowers Foundation came together over the summer to celebrate wine country and fundraise for local school meal programs.

United States Census 2020 – Time is Running Out

Beginning on Constitution Day, September 17, through Sunday, September 20, join Census Bureau partners nationwide in reminding your network that time is running out to respond to the 2020 Census.

Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce and Partners Host Candidates Forum

Two candidates, each vying for the mayor's open seat and for the open council seat, representing District 3, will be participating.

Free Webinar – The Future of Retail in the Tri-Valley

Join us for fresh updates from these Tri-Valley cities, moderated by Hon. Catharine B. Baker and featuring Jill Bergman, Pamela Ott, Steven Spedowfski, Adam Van de Water, and Hazel Wetherford.

How the Pandemic Impacts Your Company’s Litigation Strategy

How the Pandemic Impacts Your Company's Litigation Strategy By Alison P. Buchanan and Laura C. Riparbelli In March of this year, COVID-19 changed the world as we knew it. People became confined to their homes, businesses closed, and virtually every aspect of society faced new and unique challenges. As litigators engaged in high-stakes litigation, we quickly and seamlessly pivoted to [...]

Livermore Mask Up Campaign Begins

The City of Livermore, Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD), and Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) are proud to announce the Mask Up for Livermore campaign, a robust effort to encourage mask wearing in Livermore. Wearing a face mask that covers the mouth and nose is an important way to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Message from PG&E Regarding the Labor Day Weekend Heatwave

To decrease the level of energy used in our state, we’re asking everyone to take small steps to reduce your power usage every day through Monday, September 7, especially from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Statewide Flex Alert Issued for Labor Day Weekend

Consumers can help by conserving energy, and shifting energy use to morning and nighttime hours. Conservation can lower demand and avoid the need for fossil-based generation during afternoon and evening hours when solar supply shrinks.