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Pleasanton Ranks #4 on List of America's 50 Best Cities to Live In
Pleasanton, California ranked number four in a recent survey of America’s 50 Best Cities to Live In conducted by 24/7 Wall Street, a nationally recognized online website targeting investors and the business community. The list was profiled in an article in the Wednesday, September 17, 2014...

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City of Pleasanton Declares Stage 3 of Water Shortage Planning
The Pleasanton City Council declared Stage Three of water shortage planning at its meeting of May 6, 2014, based upon on the recent news that water wholesaler Zone 7 can only provide 75% of the treated water necessary to meet the city’s water needs. In his presentation to the City...

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Pleasanton Library Fall Book Sale
The Friends of the Pleasanton Public Library will host the Fall Book Sale on Friday, September 26 through Sunday, September 28, at the library. The Friday night sale will run from 6-9 for members only (you can join at the door for a small fee), and the sale is open to everyone on Saturday from...

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Drop Off Unused Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs at Pleasanton Police Department on Sept. 27
On Saturday September 27, the Pleasanton Police Department will partner with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) for the ninth annual Drug Take Back Program. The program allows the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous...

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Review and Comment on the Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery Master Plan
A Master Plan Oversight Committee has been assembled to work with City Staff to plan the future of the Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery. The Master Plan process began in January 2014; over the past eight (8) months, PGA design Inc., the Oversight Committee, and City Staff have worked to develop a...

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West Nile Virus Update
Alameda County has seen an increase in West Nile virus positive dead birds this year compared to last. As of July 24th, California has had 791 dead birds, 771 mosquito samples, 14 sentinel chickens, and 15 humans test positive for West Nile virus. The bird, mosquito, and human numbers are all...

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Earthquake Update and Emergency Preparedness
The recent earthquake in Napa County reminds us of how quickly lives can change at the hands of a natural disaster. Thousands across Northern California awoke to the largest earthquake to hit California in 25 years. We have had no reports of damage here in Pleasanton. When our communities...

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Free Resume Writing and Job Search Skills Assistance
The Pleasanton Public Library offers free consultations with an experienced Employment Recruiter as an ongoing service to the residents of Pleasanton. Individuals interested in receiving help with resume writing, finding employment web sites, learning how to search for a job on the web, and...

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Pleasanton Adult Sports Leagues Programs
Extracurricular Activities Available for Adults and Families Fall 2014 The City of Pleasanton announces that the Community Services Department has many exciting extracurricular activities for adults and families this fall. All skill levels are welcome! Registration is now open for Adult...

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