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Beginning July 18, 2022, we will launch a new pilot schedule with modified hours for the Permit Center located at 200 Old Bernal Avenue. In-person services at the Permit Center will now be available between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. Although in-person service hours will be reduced, Permit Center staff will still […]

The City Clerk’s Office will be hosting a pre-nomination orientation session for prospective candidates interested in running for office in the city of Pleasanton in the November 8, 2022, general municipal election. The orientation will include information on district-based elections, city government structure, the role of elected officials, the nomination process, Fair Political Practices Commission […]

A community meeting to obtain public feedback on the proposed conceptual plan for the park renovation will be held on 6/22 at 6 p.m. at Lions Wayside Park.

On June 7, the public is invited to welcome City Manager Gerry Beaudin at 6:15PM in the City Council Chamber at 200 Old Bernal Ave.

The City of Pleasanton announces the appointment of Veronica Thomas as its new Director of Human Resources and Labor Relations, replacing Debra Gill who retired in April after 22 years with the City of Pleasanton. Thomas’ first day of employment is May 23, 2022.

You may be surprised to learn that 70% of our water is imported from outside of our region…more than 200 miles away. Tri-Valley Water Partners collaborated on an informative, short video that guides viewers through our water’s journey, from the peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the heart of the Tri-Valley.

At the April 19, 2022 regular City Council meeting, Council approved an employment contract with Girard (Gerry) Beaudin to serve as the City’s new City Manager. Mr. Beaudin will begin employment on May 23, 2022. Following Council’s action, Mr. Beaudin offered, “I am honored to have been appointed as Pleasanton’s city manager. I look forward […]

LIVERMORE and PLEASANTON, Calif. — Following a robust recruitment process, the cities of Pleasanton and Livermore announce the appointment of Joe Testa as Chief to the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department (LFPD) effective April 4, 2022.

Fix-a-Leak Week! March 14 – March 20, 2022 Are you ready to chase down leaks? March 14th through March 20th is Fix-a-Leak Week! Time to check inside and outside of your home for leaks and make repairs as needed. Visit Water Conservation for more great ideas on how you can do your part to minimize water waste!

The City of Pleasanton requests your input on the transition to district-based elections. The community is encouraged to participate in a series of upcoming virtual meetings to help provide direction to the City Council and determine how the boundaries are drawn. Please mark your calendars for these upcoming community meetings: Tuesday, January 4, 2022 – […]

The City’s draft Climate Action Plan (CAP) 2.0, which details the City’s plans for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and addressing climate change, is available for public review and feedback through Tuesday, December 21. The community is encouraged to review and share comments on the draft CAP 2.0 document. To learn more about CAP 2.0 and […]

The cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton are co-sponsoring a virtual application workshop for several 2022/23 grant programs. The workshop will take place on Thursday, December 9, from 10am – 12pm, via Zoom. Please register for this meeting if you are interested in applying for any of the following grant programs: City of Dublin Human Services Grants City of […]

With the rainy season upon us, the City of Pleasanton reminds local residents and businesses that free sand and sandbags are available to those concerned about flooding. Residents can pick up free sandbags at the Operations Services Department, located at 3333 Busch Road. The sandbags can be picked up at anytime, and are located in […]

As we’re experiencing a current water shortage, there’s never been a better time to consider replacing your lawn with drought-tolerant landscaping. Did you know you can get money back from the City and Zone 7 Water Agency for replacing thirsty lawns with low-water-use plants? Between the rebates offered by Zone 7 and the City of […]

Join us to celebrate #Manufacturing in the Tri-Valley on Thursday, October 7, 2021, from 1:30 – 2:30 pm, for a panel discussion with local manufacturing leaders from Lawrence Livermore National Lab Advanced Manufacturing, Pleasanton’s Omron Robotics & Safety Technologies, Inc., and Dublin’s Kensington Labs. October 1-8 is Manufacturing Week in the Bay Area and on […]

Join us to celebrate Manufacturing in the Tri-Valley on Thursday, October 7, 2021, from 1:30 – 2:30 pm, for a panel discussion with local manufacturing leaders from Lawrence Livermore National Lab Advanced Manufacturing, Pleasanton’s Omron Robotics & Safety Technologies, Inc., and Dublin’s Kensington Labs. October 1-8 is Manufacturing Week in the Bay Area and on […]

As part of the City’s annual road maintenance, streets throughout the City are being slurry sealed to help extend the life of the road. See the map for an anticipated schedule for Saturday (9/18) through Friday (9/24). Slurry seal application may impact your access to roads, parking, and driveways. Check the signs posted along the […]

On Saturday, September 25 from 1-4pm, the City of Pleasanton will hold a Community Outreach Meeting to receive community feedback on the two conceptual designs for the skatepark. This meeting will take place at the existing skatepark at Ken Mercer Sports Park. For more information about this project, view the Ken Mercer Skatepark PDF.

The City of Pleasanton is seeking your feedback for the All-Abilities Playground coming to the Ken Mercer Sports Spark. The City is holding a Community Outreach Meeting on Saturday, September 25, from 9am – 12pm to review two conceptual designs for the All-Abilities Playground and to receive community feedback. The meeting will take place at […]