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City IT Update - 9/20/19

City staff and cyber security experts continue to work on restoring IT services that were taken down by a computer virus. The Police Department is fully operational, with the exception of email, but other City Departments may have some service limitations.

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Work at the Springtown Alkali Sink Area

Starting Wednesday, September 11, 2019, the area known commonly as the “Springtown Preserve” will undergo habitat restoration work. The work will be conducted in an area located north of the walking path between Broadmoor Street and Hartford Avenue. The restoration work will include invasive weed removal, minor removal of debris and fill from impacted wetlands, and the reintroduction of local native vegetation. A fence will be constructed along the southern border of the property along the walking path to prevent future trespass and wetland habitat disturbance.


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Unauthorized Emails from City Accounts to Residents

The City of Livermore City Hall email system experienced a computer virus on Tuesday, August 27. Staff have determined that the virus started sending unauthorized emails from city staff accounts to residents. These emails include an attachment. As a precaution, residents should delete and not open any unexpected emails from the City. Residents who want to verify whether an email is legitimate can call City Hall at (925) 960-4300. City I.T. staff are working diligently to fix the problem and will have it resolved as soon as possible.

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Commercial Cannabis in Livermore

The City of Livermore prohibits all commercial cannabis activities with a limited exception for the delivery of medicinal cannabis from a properly licensed dispensary outside Livermore to qualified patients and primary caregivers in Livermore.

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Storm Preparedness

Visit the Public Works Storm Preparedness page to learn more about City storm preparedness, find important information, and what you can do to be storm ready.

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