Imagine Livermore 2045

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Community Events and Workshops

Community workshops and events are an important part of the General Plan Update process. These events will be held in-person and/or online depending on what is safe and convenient. Future workshops and events will be posted once the date, time, and location have been finalized. We encourage your attendance at the community workshops and events throughout the process!

There are no events at this time. Check this page for updates.

Online Activities

Some people don’t have the time to join in-person and virtual meetings, and COVID-19 makes it more important than ever that everyone can engage in the General Plan using remote technology. Throughout the General Plan Update, the Livermore community will have the option to participate in online activities such as surveys, ranking exercises, and map-based questionnaires.

Focus Areas Input

Livermore community members provided input through an online activity on where the City should plan for jobs, services, entertainment, housing, and parks and open space through 2045. This input helps inform the land use alternatives that will explore different possible futures for how and where to plan for future growth and conservation. The City sought input to identify areas of the city that are most likely to experience land use changes over the next 20 years. These areas are referred to as “focus areas”. A focus area might have some or all of the following characteristics:

  • Large areas of undeveloped or underutilized land
  • Proximity to transit and other infrastructure
  • Already starting to transition to new uses

The City of Livermore is implementing plans resulting from extensive planning and community outreach processes for several areas in the city including:

  • Arroyo Vista Neighborhood Plan
  • Downtown Specific Plan
  • El Charro Specific Plan
  • Isabel Neighborhood Specific Plan
  • Brisa Neighborhood Plan
  • South Livermore Valley Specific Plan

At this time, the City does not anticipate land use changes within the boundaries of adopted specific and neighborhood plans.

Share your ideas on where the City should plan for jobs, services, entertainment, housing, and parks and open space through 2045 through this online activity.  The City is kicking off the process to develop land use alternatives that will explore different possible futures for how and where to plan for future growth and conservation.  The City is currently seeking input to identify areas of the city that are most likely to experience land use changes over the next 20 years. These areas are referred to as “focus areas”. A focus area might have some or all of the following characteristics:

  • Large areas of undeveloped or underutilized land
  • Proximity to transit and other infrastructure
  • Already starting to transition to new uses

The City of Livermore is implementing plans resulting from extensive planning and community outreach processes for several areas in the city including:

  • Arroyo Vista Neighborhood Plan
  • Downtown Specific Plan
  • El Charro Specific Plan
  • Isabel Neighborhood Specific Plan
  • Brisa Neighborhood Plan
  • South Livermore Valley Specific Plan

At this time, the City does not anticipate land use changes within the boundaries of adopted specific and neighborhood plans.

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