COURTESY NOTICE POSTING
Community Development Department
phone: (925) 960-4450
1052 South Livermore Avenue
Livermore, CA 94550
What is Courtesy Notice Posting?
The City of Livermore requires that applicants post a courtesy notice for all projects that are
proposed on undeveloped land. The City will supply the applicant with an example of the notice
and the applicant is responsible for posting the notice on the project site.
Where should courtesy notices be placed?
Courtesy notices should be placed on the project site within ten feet of the property line abutting
any street frontage. The notice should be staked at between a height of 4 feet and 7 feet above
grade and should not be attached to telephone poles, fences, or trees.
What is involved in the process?
Once an application has been scheduled for hearing, the applicant will receive a letter from the
Planning Division requesting the courtesy notice be posted. Included in this letter will be the
Planning Division’s courtesy notice original. The applicant will be required to reproduce the
original notice on 11” x 14” laminated paper.
Upon posting of the notice, the applicant will be required to complete the “Certificate of Posting”
and return it to the Planning Division at least three (3) days prior to the hearing date.
Following final review of the project, the applicant is responsible for removing all courtesy notices
from the project site within ten (10) days.
The applicant will be required to post the notice on the project site a minimum of ten (10) days
before the project hearing date.