City of Livermore offers updated city website

City of Livermore press release:

October 8, 2021

The City of Livermore launched an updated, mobile-friendly municipal website on September 28 with enhanced functionality and an intuitive, user-friendly design. The clean, modern look of the city’s improved website provides visitors with an easier way to access information.

The City hired Granicus as the website host. Granicus offers a service-centric approach to website design. In addition to updating the main City website, the two sub-sites of the Livermore Public Library and the Livermore-Pleasanton Fire Department have also been upgraded. The City’s website complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, a set of standards for website accessibility.

The information available on the site is up to date, accessible and easy to find. Some features of updated sites that visitors may appreciate:

  • Icons on the home page representing the most visited pages, which can be updated as needed.
  • A new, easy-to-use “Service Finder” that helps website users find information with simple search options including Apply, Contact, Find, Pay, Report, Request, Register.
  • Report a problem quickly and easily – from a pothole to a sewer problem – with a few clicks and it’s routed to the correct division to be addressed.
  • Easily learn about city advisory bodies, like the library board or town planning committee, and view current listings, vacancies, and upcoming meetings.

“We are thrilled to offer this updated digital destination for all the latest City news and events. The work carried out by City staff in coordination with Granicus over the past few months had the customer first and foremost in mind, ”said the City Manager. Marc Roberts.

The URL remains the same, cityoflivermore.net.


This press release was produced by the City of Livermore. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.

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