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March Storms

Post Date:03/08/2023

Updated March 21, 4 p.m.

PG&E continues their work on restoring power to customers. Visit for estimated restoration times.

If concerned about a vulnerable neighbor, please call 2-1-1 to gain access to support services in and near Livermore. PG&E also has a program to help those who need electricity for medical devices. Please call 1-800-743-5000 or visit

Road Closures 

  • One lane of Stanley Blvd. closed between Shadow Cliffs Recreation Area to Isabel Ave.
  • Alameda County closures leading into or out of Livermore:
    • Mines Road - Opening is modified with 1½ lanes for residential traffic
    • Patterson Pass Road, from Cross Road to Midway Road, Livermore - Closed due to erosion/undermining at Mile Marker 6.25. Patterson Pass is expected to be open March 24, 2023, weather permitting.

Sandbag Stations

Sand and bags are available at the following locations. These stations are self-serve and you must bring your own shovel. Limit 10 bags per household at the Zone 7 station and limit 6 bags per household at all other locations.

  • Maintenance Service Center: 3500 Robertson Park Road
  • Fire Station 6: 4550 East Avenue
  • Fire Station 8: 5750 Scenic Avenue
  • Springtown: Intersection of Hartford Ave & Bluebell Dr.
  • Zone 7 Water Agency: 100 North Canyons Parkway

Report Flooding

Report any flooding to the Water Resources Division or Livermore Police Department.

City of Livermore Water Resources Division
(925) 960-8100: Mon - Fri, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
(925) 960-8160: Weekends & After Hours

Livermore Police Department Non-Emergency Line
(925) 371-4987

Report Downed Trees

Report any downed trees to the Maintenance Division or Livermore Police Department.

City of Livermore Maintenance Division
(925) 960-8020: Mon-Thurs, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.; Fri, 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Livermore Police Department Non-Emergency Line
(925) 371-4987: Weekends & After Hours

Report Downed Power Lines or Power Outages

PG&E: 1 (800) 743-5002

Assistance for Unsheltered

Our social services community partner CityServe of the Tri-Valley conducts outreach to unsheltered residents.

  • CityServe of the Tri-Valley: (925) 222-2273
  • 2-1-1 Alameda County: 2-1-1

Lake Del Valle Updates

For information on high flow releases from Lake Del Valle that flow to the Arroyo Valle area downstream, visit the Department of Water Resources website.

In the event of a severe storm, follow these safety tips:

  • Keep your car fueled or, if electric, powered.  If electric power is cut off, gas stations may not be operable.  
  • Keep your cell phone charged. Have a car charger on hand.
  • Check your emergency supplies (first aid kit, essential medicines, cash, food, water, non-electric can opener, portable radio, flashlights, and spare batteries) and ensure they are in air-tight bags and in handy locations.
  • Clear debris from storm drains. 
  • Secure or remove items that can blow around.
  • Keep garbage cans and cars at least one foot from the curb to avoid blocking storm water flows.
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