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Over 83,000 people call this charming city home. Located in Alameda County just 30 minutes from Silicon Valley and and hour from San Francisco, this community features a wide array of cultural amenities and offers residents everything from city living to rural living with working ranches. The city is proud of its western heritage while celebrating its growth. With over 5,000 acres of vineyards and an ideal Mediterranean climate, Livermore is recognized as one of California’s premier wine regions. An abundance of homes, condominiums and town homes in every price range, a vibrant walkable downtown district and a more relaxed lifestyle add to the attraction. Livermore is quickly becoming the new place to be.

Technology & Business

Home to the world renowned Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratory, this region has become a vital piece of the Bay Area technology hub and competes successfully in the global market supported by its innovation, technology and wealth of research. Other top employers include Bridgelux, FormFactor, Topcon and Valley Care Health System. The 2013 completion of the 580 Freeway Corridor will vastly improve the traffic flow from the area into San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

The Livermore Valley Wine Region

Just an hour from San Francisco, nestled between picturesque foothills, canyons and valleys is one of California’s oldest wine regions with history dating back to the 1760’s. The Livermore Valley Wine Region features award winning wines of almost every varietal and over 40 wineries.Wente Vineyards is the country’s oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery. Enjoy fine dining, wine tasting, winery tours, championship golf and an evening under the stars in a picturesque setting with an outdoor concert. Concannon Vineyard features America’s first Petite Sirah and offers daily wine tasting & winery tours.

Weather

Averages in July

Averages in January

Maximum 89 °F (32 °C) Maximum 57 °F (14 °C)
Minimum 54°F (12 °C) Minimum 37 °F (3 °C)

Demographics

The 2010 U.S. Census reported that Livermore had a population of 80,968. The population density was 3,216 people per square mile. The racial makeup of Livermore was 52,397 (64.7%) White, 16,920 (20.9%) Hispanic or Latino of any race, 6,643 (8.2%) Asian, and 1,562 (1.9%) African American.

Places of Interest

For patrons of art and cinema, visit the 500 seat Bankhead Theater for Performing Arts and the Vine Cinema which offers independent films, special productions and football Sundays where you can enjoy a cocktail and catered menu. Lake Del Valle is a favorite among locals featuring a large recreational lake surrounded by over 4,300 acres of nature to explore. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, swimming, fishing, camping and boating. Olivina is a hidden gem of Livermore Valley. Its expansive olive orchards produce numerous types of premium California olive oil. The Annual Livermore Rodeo is a local institution in its 95th year and held each June. For dining out, try Uncle Yu’s At The Vineyard, First Street Ale House or Demitri’s Taverna for a delicious meal. Take a stroll through downtown to discover its shops, restaurants, theaters and a year round farmer’s market. Spend the day shopping at the Livermore Premium Outlets offering a collection of 130 stores including Barney’s, Bloomingdale’s, Burberry, Coach and Jones of New York.

Places to Go