Livermore, California

About 45 miles east of San Francisco lies the understated and beautiful community of Livermore.

Livermore has quickly become one of the fastest growing and most vibrant and thriving cities in the area. Across the Bay Bridge, and among 30 wineries, Livermore is an attractive place to live due to its excellent school system, community college, cultural activities, and offering an abundance of wonderful outdoor activities such as biking, hiking, windsurfing, and surfing. Downtown Livermore boasts wonderful restaurants, shops, and boutiques among its historic buildings. Livermore is ideally located for trips to the mountains or the ocean.

Livermore Schools

The city has two high schools, and an average of 95% of high school seniors graduate and apprLivermore Housing in Alameda County, Ca.oximately 85% go on to pursue higher education.

Find out more about schools in Livermore here.

Livermore Real Estate

In April 2008, the average home sales price for a single family home or condo in Livermore was $569,549. While this data is collected from the MLS and deemed reliable, it is not guaranteed.

Points of interest in Livermore, California:

- Livermore Rodeo - the "World's Fastest Rodeo", operating since 1918, that claims it has more riders per hour than any other.

- Centennial Light - the town helds one world record with a105+ year old 4-watt lightbulb which has been burning continuously since 1901 with the exception of power failure.
Livermore Facts:
  • Area - 24.1 sq mi 
  • Population - 81,443
  • Median income - $75,322
  • Median age of residents - 35 years old