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When Pleasanton Heritage Association officials put a plaque on a historic house on Second Street several weeks ago as part of a ceremony celebrating its preservation, they were shocked to see a vacant lot next door.

Assemblymember Rebecca Bauer-Kahan (AD 16) invites you to join your friends and neighbors for a casual conversation over coffee at Inklings Coffee in Pleasanton on Thursday, July 11th, from 4:30 - 5:30 pm. Share your thoughts on community and legislative matters important to you.

Community members are invited to join in what has become a tradition for celebrating the birth of our nation at a free family-friendly concert and (optional) picnic in Lions Wayside Park from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 4. About 100 volunteers are involved in producing the celebration.

The City of Pleasanton and the Pleasanton Police Department welcomed Taft Bradley as Pleasanton’s newest police officer. Taft was sworn in on Wednesday, June 19, 2019 in a ceremony that included his 4-year-old son, Taft Jr., pinning his badge.

The Pleasanton City Council voted to support the staff recommendation for the design of parking within the former railroad corridor between Abbie Street and Bernal Avenue.

Dublin San Ramon Services District has started a major capital improvement project at the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility in Pleasanton that will increase efficiency to improve the wastewater treatment process and reduce energy costs.

Pleasanton Unified School District (PUSD) Deputy Superintendent for Finance and Business Services Micaela Ochoa has accepted a similar position in the San Mateo Community College District.

The Pleasanton City Council unanimously adopted its two-year operating budget for fiscal years (FY) 2019/20 and 2020/2021, and its four-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) for fiscal years 2019/20 through 2022/23. The action took place at the June 18 meeting.

Pleasanton Unified School District (PUSD) will have a healthy budget in the next Fiscal Year and the following two years, a performance that is important for budget projections that districts make at this time of year.

Lynnewood United Methodist Church in Pleasanton is presenting a conversation with Dublin City Council member Shawn Kumagai on Sunday, June 30th, at 7 p.m. The conversation, entitled “Somewhere Under the Rainbow,” is meant to highlight the spectrum of gender identities and sexual orientations.

The Board of Directors of the Pleasanton Downtown Association (PDA) is announcing the departure of longtime Executive Director, Laura Olson, and the hiring of new Executive Director, Tiffany Cadrette. Olson will leave her post of over 9 years on August 2nd. Cadrette has served as the Events …

The City of Pleasanton will celebrate its 125th Anniversary beginning at the June 18 Council meeting. The community is invited to share in this council meeting, which will kick off the anniversary celebration.

In celebration of Pleasanton’s 125th Anniversary, the city’s Library and Recreation Department is launching a program taking readers on a stroll from the Pleasanton Library, along the sidewalks of historic downtown Pleasanton, ending with a free book at the Firehouse Arts Center’s new Little…

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s May Revise of the state budget may treat the Pleasanton Unified School District (PUSD) a little better than the original January version, said the district’s top financial official.Deputy Superintendent of Business Services Micaela Ochoa told the school board a…

Pleasanton high school seniors, Lauren Londono, Anika Nicolas, Bryan Luo, Varsha Madapoosi, and Paulina Umansky, received scholarships totaling $4,500 for their conservation and sustainability work in Pleasanton. Collectively the students conducted waste audits, implemented recycling and org…

On Monday, May 20th, the Pleasanton Police Department’s Special Enforcement Unit conducted an undercover prostitution sting operation at a local hotel. The operation was carried out in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies, including the Livermore Police Department and the Hayward …

The VA Palo Alto Rural Health Mobile Medical Outreach Team, in collaboration with Veterans Connect @the Library, will be available at the Pleasanton Public Library, 400 Old Bernal Avenue, Pleasanton Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. No appointment is necessary.

Pleasanton Library is now offering a text messaging system for all library cardholders. The service is designed to help all users make the most of their library experience. The text messaging system is made possible by the company Shoutbomb LLC.

Twenty-five downtown locations will become tasting rooms this Saturday, May 11th from 5-8 pm for Pleasanton’s Annual Wine Stroll. Spend a beautiful evening in downtown Pleasanton sampling wine and tasty bites while musicians perform live music throughout Main Street.

The Pleasanton City Council denied two appeals of the Pleasanton Planning Commission approval of a conditional use permit (CUP) for Chabad of the Tri-Valley. Instead, the Council approved conditions that would allow Chabad to operate a religious institution, as well as a childcare/preschool.…

The City of Pleasanton has announced opportunities for the public to learn about and provide comment on the Library and Recreation Department Inclusion Services Program. Meetings will be held at the City of Pleasanton Council Chambers, located at 200 Old Bernal Avenue, beginning at 7:00pm. U…

The Pleasanton City Council finalized priority projects in its two-year work plan at a workshop on March 12. Councilmembers reviewed a draft work plan created by them last December.

The City of Pleasanton’s Community Education Series is hosting an interactive workshop for parents/guardians and their teen/tween.

The Pleasanton Community of Character Collaborative is seeking nominations for the 2019 12th Annual Juanita Haugen Community of Character Awards. These awards were established in 2008 to recognize Pleasanton citizens who model high ethical and moral standards of behavior and are dedicated vo…

Tune in to TV30 for Mayor Jerry Thorne’s State of the City address. The speech was presented at an event hosted by the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, February 26 to a sold-out crowd. The Address will air through March and may be viewed on Comcast TV Channels 29 and 30 and AT&am…

The City of Pleasanton and Bike East Bay are partnering to provide bicycle safety instruction to Tri-Valley residents starting with a two-day Urban Cycling 101 series geared toward adults and teens. The first classroom session teaches basic rules of the road, how to equip your bicycle, and f…

The Pleasanton city council and mayor are proclaiming March 6th as World Lymphedema Day. At the March 5th town hall at 7pm, the mayor and city council will formally present the proclamation to Lymphatic Education & Research Network's (LE&RN) California Chapter Co-Chair, and Pleasanto…

The Pleasanton Unified School District (PUSD) has received a $456,000 grant from the state to identify and give extra help to underperforming students who are not covered by other state-funded programs. The added specialists will spend their time working closely with the students.

The Pleasanton City Council approved an update to the city's Human Services Needs Assessment Strategic Plan at the February 5 meeting.

Fourth graders from Walnut Grove Elementary School attended the February 5 Pleasanton City Council meeting. After presenting information on the negative impacts of plastics, including a floating island of trash in the ocean, they asked the council to consider controlling the use of plastic s…