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Alameda County Press Release (August 2, 2021) -- Bay Area Health Officials Urge Immediate Vaccination and Issue Orders Requiring Use of Face Coverings Indoors to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19

City of Livermore Local Declaration of Emergency Remains in Place -- A number of local regulations continue to rely on the Local Declaration of Emergency, including eviction protection and allowances for expanded outdoor dining in downtown and throughout the community. The Declaration is expected to remain in place for the next several months to benefit local businesses in their economic recovery efforts.

  COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Livermore

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  • Springtown Library (998 Bluebell Dr., Livermore) | Tuesday, September 21, 2021 4:00 - 7:30 p.m. | Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson vaccines offered. Walk-ins accepted, no ID or insurance required. Second dose Pfizer clinic scheduled for October 12, 2021.


  • Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare  | Mondays and Thursdays 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. and Saturdays 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. | 1133 E. Stanley Blvd., Suite 151. Walk-ins and appointments accepted.
  • Axis Community Health  | Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. | Civic Center Library (1188 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore). Walk-ins and appointments accepted.

Eligibility: Alameda County is currently vaccinating residents ages 12 or older. View minor consent guidance

Veterans, their spouses, and caregivers are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine through the VA Palo Alto Health Care System at the Veterans Memorial Building, 522 S. L Street in Livermore. Call (650) 496-2535 Monday-Friday from 8am to 6pm to schedule an appointment. More information.

Assistance scheduling an appointment: Call (510) 208-4VAX or contact Senior Support of the Tri-Valley at (925) 462-1755.

Information about Consent for Minors: Visit Alameda County's Youth Vaccination Facts page for the Minor Consent Guidance and a downloadable Written Consent Form. For more information, visit the California Department of Public Health Minor Consent Guidance website.

 City Vaccine Response

Vaccination rates remain low in Livermore. The risk of COVID-19 is still present, especially if you are not fully vaccinated against the virus. To increase the vaccination rates in Livermore, the City is taking specific actions:

  1. Local Vaccination Clinics: the City will continue coordinating with the County, health care providers, and local organizations to bring vaccine clinics to the area.
  2. Outreach Efforts: the City will continue communicating with the public about the availability of vaccine through various methods, such as flyers, website, social media, and displays downtown.
  3. Detailed Data from Alameda County: the City has requested and received detailed data from the County, including vaccination rates by demographic and census tract. The City is evaluating and understanding the data and its implications. The data provides a basis for measuring success of City efforts. It is evident that messaging to different demographics will be necessary to achieve goals. View the data and communications between the City and County.
  4. Collaborate with the County: the City will continue collaborating with the County to receive updated data and plan next steps for outreach and clinics. The City will research what is working countywide and what more can be done in Livermore. 
  5. Collaborate with Local Health Care Providers: the City will continue collaborating with local health care providers to message about vaccines and the importance of speaking with your health care provider if you have questions. The City will continue encouraging their associated foundations to invest in improving the vaccination rates in Livermore.
  6. Direct Asks to Community Partners: the City will continue to ask community partners and organizations to share information with their members and networks about vaccine availability and the importance of getting vaccinated. The City will ask community partners to share best practices they have developed for encouraging vaccinations.
  7. COVID-19 Task Force: Mayor Woerner has established a COVID-19 task force of leaders from community organizations and businesses to develop recommendations for increasing vaccinations rates in Livermore. The City will act quickly to convene special City Council meetings as recommendations are developed by the task force that require City Council approval.


   Homebound Vaccination Program

Alameda County Public Health Department offers vaccinations for homebound individuals and their caregivers. Call (510) 208-4829 to schedule.

Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare is operating a homebound vaccination program. To schedule an appointment, email Cindy Britt, RN at


   Transit support

Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority is providing free rides on existing Wheels, Rapid, and Dial-a-Ride services to and from any COVID-19 vaccination site in Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore.  If you have a disability or cannot take the bus due to a health condition, call Dial-a-Ride at (925) 455-7510 to learn more about their services and to reserve a ride. 

Get a FREE ride to and from a vaccine appointment through rideshare services Uber and Lyft


Vaccine Resources:


COVID-19 Case Rates and Vaccination Rates in Livermore -- View information related to reported COVID-19 cases and vaccination rates in Livermore. 


   Face Coverings Guidance

Face Coverings Guidance -- All individuals two-years old or older within the County of Alameda must comply with the California Department of Public Health’s Guidance for the Use of Face Coverings.


   COVID-19 Testing

COVID-19 Testing at Las Positas College, Parking Lot P -- Drive-thru COVID -19 testing is available at Las Positas College (3000 Campus Hill Dr., Livermore), Parking Lot P. Operated by CityHealth Urgent Care, the site is open Sunday - Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and by appointment only. Insurance is not required and results are available within 48 hours. Book an appointment at

COVID-19 Testing at Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare  -- Walk-in or make an appointment for testing at Stanford Health Care - ValleyCare at 1111 East Stanley Blvd. in Livermore. Open to patients and the public. Must be 10 years of age or older. Open Monday - Friday from 800 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Make an appointment through MyHealth or call (650) 498-9000. 


    City Facilities Open to the Public

If you have business to conduct with the City, you may visit us at any of our locations. If you prefer to conduct business with us remotely, you may do so as follows:

  • Pay utility bills online. If you have questions about utility billing, please call (925) 960-4320 or email
  • Drop off utility and dog license payments by check or money order in the white payment box located at the roundabout between City Hall and the Police Department. If paying by money order, please include your name and address.
  • For business license services, visit the City's business license portal or call (925) 215-4906.
  • For building and planning, please call (925) 960-4410 or email
  • Visit the Digital Library for online library services.
  • To report a water or sewer emergency, please call (925) 960-8100.
  • To report a maintenance emergency (traffic/streetlights, roadways, landscaping), please call (925) 960-8020.

If what you are looking for is not listed above, please call the City’s general information line (925) 960-4000 or check the City website.


Jump to additional COVID-19 web pages on the City of Livermore website:

COVID-19 Data

Proclamations and Orders 

Local Service Impacts

How to Help Others

Assistance for Residents and Businesses