Asset Management

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The next CAMP Outreach Committee Meeting date is 

Wednesday, August 23, 2023

The City of Livermore's Asset Management program has it's own website!

For more detailed information, please visit:

Asset Management Fact Sheets:

Spotlight on Public Buildings  Version en Espanol

Spotlight on Bridges  Version en Espanol

Spotlight on Street Lights  Version en Espanol

Spotlight on Traffic Signs  Version en Espanol

Spotlight on Traffic Signals  Version en Espanol


Livermore Asset Management Program logo

The City of Livermore owns, operates, and maintains over $3 billion worth of public infrastructure.  This includes streets, sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights, parks, landscaped areas, buildings, storm drains, water system, sewer system, recycle water system, airport and golf courses.  The City is currently in the process of developing an Asset Management Program for non-enterprise fund assets (also known as General Fund Assets) which is aimed at fully understanding the long-term impacts and costs associated with this public infrastructure. This program will include an inventory of the City’s assets, estimates of the remaining life and replacements costs, prioritization methods, and other related components.  This program will continue to develop over time and be continually improved.  In addition to this non-enterprise fund program, assets within the enterprise funds are also managed through the use of asset management programs or techniques.


Community Asset Management Program (CAMP) Outreach Committee

The Mission of the Community Asset Management (CAMP) Outreach Committee is to provide advice and direction on educating and engaging the community in decisions related to the short-term and long-term maintenance of the City's infrastructure.  CAMP members will provide input into the development of a communication and outreach campaign; provide input on discussions related to specific priorities, and help extend the reach and effectiveness of the City's efforts.  CAMP members serve in an advisory capacity, with their input serving as recommendations that inform strategy, approach, and decision making.