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EVENT POSTPONED - Community Service Day on May 4

Group of people with cleaning tools, likely volunteers, posed for a group photo outside a building.
Community Service Day Event has been POSTPONED! 

 5/3/2024 - Tomorrow’s weather forecast is worsening, calling for steady rain and windy conditions during Community Service Day. Sadly, we’ve decided to postpone the event to a later date this year.

We want to ensure the safety of all participants as well as the success of the event and the 30+ individual project sites. Thank you all for understanding.

Big thank you to everyone who registered to volunteer and the event sponsors and organizers. We are looking forward to hosting Community Service Day at a later date. Please stay tuned for updates and additional opportunities to volunteer throughout the year.

Even though tomorrow’s event has been postponed, collection drives at Cityserve and Tri-Valley Haven are still happening. If you’d like to donate, visit



The City, LARPD, and LVJUSD are collaborating to promote volunteerism on over 30 projects throughout Livermore.

Livermore, CA - The City of Livermore, Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD), and Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District (LVJUSD) announce Community Service Day on Saturday, May 4, 2024. This collaborative effort aims to engage the community in volunteerism to enhance and beautify Livermore.

A child is shoveling wood chips near a black bucket with people and a truck in the background.

Community Service Day allows residents to participate in various projects spanning over 30 volunteer sites throughout the city, including park clean-ups, fence painting, tree planting, and beautification efforts. There are opportunities for everyone to contribute, regardless of skill level.

"We are thrilled to once again join forces with LARPD and LVJUSD for Community Service Day," said City of Livermore City Manager, Marianna Marysheva. "This event not only strengthens our community bonds but also fosters a sense of pride and ownership in our city."

Two people with tools volunteering outdoors, wearing gloves and smiles.

The day will culminate in a celebratory festival event at Las Positas College, where volunteers and donors will be treated to a Volunteer Opportunities Fair, complimentary lunch, and live entertainment by local band Crawdad Republic. The festival will also include activities for kids, card-making for seniors, and donation drives supporting local nonprofits.

“Our schools, parks, and shared city spaces all benefit from the work done on Community Service Day,” said Chris VanSchaack, Superintendent of LVJUSD. “We invite individuals, families, and community organizations to join us in this rewarding community day of service.”

Group of people with wheelbarrows and garden tools participating in a community clean-up or gardening event.

Community members and businesses are encouraged to participate by sponsoring the event or nominating project sites. Sponsorship opportunities are available for businesses looking to support this initiative. Additionally, organizations interested in hosting a community project site or booth at the Volunteer Opportunities Fair are encouraged to register at

"We rely on the support and participation of the Livermore residents to make Community Service Day a success," said Mat Fuzie, General Manager of LARPD. “Collaboration between our three agencies amplifies the impact on the community through these volunteer projects."

Individuals interested in volunteering, sponsoring, or nominating project sites can find more information and sign up online at

Early registration is encouraged as projects fill up quickly.