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Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alameda County:


Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Pleasanton:


as of

*represents cumulative cases since March 2020.

Alameda County Vaccination Rate
(+16 with at least one dose):


COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Pleasanton

Alameda County is currently vaccinating:

  • Alameda County is Currently Vaccinating residents 12+

Vaccine Options for Alameda County:

Alameda County, Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare, and Sutter Health has announced appointments for COVID-19 vaccinations, previously offered at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton, will relocate to the medical providers’ respective campuses.

Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare will be transitioning COVID-19 vaccines to its ValleyCare Community Vaccine Clinic at 1119 E. Stanley Boulevard, Livermore beginning June 1. Appointments can be made through MyHealth or calling (650) 498-9000.

Sutter Health or call (844) 987-6115.



Axis Community Health Drive-thru or walk-up appointments for ages 12 and over are available at the Axis Livermore and Pleasanton clinics, with options for different days and times to choose from. Call 925-462-1755--no computer needed. It’s free, no insurance card needed, and Axis staff can accommodate multiple languages. Moderna, Pfizer and J & J vaccines are all offered.

Kaiser appointments

CVS appointments 

Rite Aid appointments 

Walgreens appointments

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (BCHO) is vaccinating 12-15-year-olds. All children and youth in the community, who are 12 to 21 years of age, are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination at BCHO. Patients 12 to 17 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Vaccines are administered in the BCH Oakland Outpatient Center, 747 52nd Street, Oakland, Mon-Fri, 9am –4pm. To make an appointment, patients or caregivers should call (415) 514-1196, Mon-Sat from 7 am-7 pm and Sunday from 8 am-5 pm. Choose option 2 and stay on the line to speak with an operator, who will schedule an appointment.

Alameda County Vaccine Finder by Zip Code

Residents who need assistance in making a vaccine appointment, or unable to make an appointment online can call the County at (510) 208-4VAX for assistance.

Alameda County Vaccine Information

Veterans, their spouses, and caregivers are eligible for COVID-19 vaccine through the VA Palo Alto Health Care System at the Veterans Memorial Building, located at 522 S L St, Livermore, CA 94550. Call (650) 496-2535 Monday-Friday from 8:00am-6:00pm to schedule an appointment. More information

Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority (LAVTA) will provide free rides on existing Wheels, Rapid and Dial a-Ride services to and from and COVID-19 vaccination site in Livermore, Pleasanton, and Dublin, including hospitals, pharmacies, and other immunizations locations.

Pleasanton Rides is offering rides to COVID-19 vaccination sites. Call (925) 398-1045 for additional information.

COVID-19 Testing Centers in Pleasanton
  • Local Regional Testing Site

    The COVID-19 testing site has relocated to 1111 E. Stanley Blvd and will be open Monday-Friday 8am-2pm, and Saturday 8am-Noon. Call (925) 743-3376 to schedule an appointment. Same day access without appointments are also available.

Frequently Asked Questions

City of Pleasanton Services and Programs

Playground safety protocols:

  • Everyone 2 years and older must wear a face mask
  • No eating or drinking while at the playground to ensure face mask are on at all times
  • Maintain social distance from others not in your household
  • Bring your own hand sanitizer and wash hands before and after playground use
  • If the playground is crowded, limit visit to 30 minutes to give others a turn
  • If you are sick or considered high risk, please do not visit the park while others are present
California Department of Public Health Playground Guidance

BMX park, Skateparks, Tennis courts, and Callippe Preserve Golf Course have all re-opened with safety guidelines.

BMX park and Skatepark safety protocols:

  • If NOT from same household, stay 6 feet apart and DO NOT share equipment.
  • Everyone must wear face coverings.

Callippe Golf Course safety protocols

Tennis courts protocols:

  • Equipment may ONLY be shared among individuals from the same household
  • Face coverings are required at all times.

Basketball courts protocols:

  • Basketball courts are open ONLY for individuals from the same household or allowed childcare/camp setting  
  • Equipment may ONLY be shared among individuals from the same household or allowed childcare/camp setting
  • Face coverings are required except while exercising
  • California Department of Public Health Skate Park Guidance

Muirwood and Cubby's Dog Parks will be opening beginning June 24. Per the Health Order while at the dog park, all persons must:

  • Wear a face covering at all times
  • Maintain at least 6-foot social distance at all times
  • -Avoid physical contact with others
  • Provide own waste bags and water
  • Please do NOT enter dog park if feeling sick 

Alameda County is providing financial assistance for eligible residents behind in rent and utilities due to COVID-19, and landlords who have been impacted due to unpaid rent. Click here for more information.

  • Local Regional Testing Site at Alameda County Fairgrounds

    The COVID-19 testing site has relocated to 1111 E. Stanley Blvd and will be open Monday-Friday 8am-2pm, and Saturday 8am-Noon. Call (925) 743-3376 to schedule an appointment. Same day access without appointments are also available.

  • Axis is now offering COVID-19 testing for Axis patients and non-patients who are essential workers. Testing is available even if you do not have symptoms, and is available for all ages. Testing is encouraged if you work outside your home. Please call 925-462-1755 to schedule your appointment.

Weekend on Main begins on April 30th through Labor Day weekend. Downtown merchants will once again have the opportunity to expand its outdoor business footprint. Pedestrian access to Main Street will begin at 5pm Fridays and ending at 8pm Sundays. The street closure will continue in this format every weekend through Labor Day. Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic each weekend, beginning Friday at 3pm and reopening Sunday at 9pm.

Local Food and Shelter Services

CityServe of the Tri-Valley offers connections to a number of resources, such as food banks and shelters, for those in need.

Tri-Valley Haven food pantry hours Monday through Wednesday from 1-5pm and Thursdays from 1-7pm and Fridays from 12-4pm

Alameda County Fairgrounds Drive-Thru Pantry, open weekly, Tuesday & Thursday from 9AM – 3PM Now extended through September 30, 2020.

Pleasanton Unified School District will resume meal services for students on July 13 for students.Groceries pick up is offered weekly at school sites that are distributing breakfast and lunch. Groceries will be offered on Fridays only. This is available to any member of the community in need. Pick-up locations are drive thru. No seating will be offered.

Muslim Community Center East Bay and the Alameda County Community Food Bank distribution Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:00pm-6:00pm at 5724 W Las Positas Blvd. #300. First come, first served.

Library and Recreation Services

The library is open for select  indoor “Grab & Go” services. The Library’s hours of operation are as follows: 

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 12PM – 6PM 
  • Friday, Saturday: 10AM – 5PM 
  • Sunday, Monday: Closed 

Those who are unable to take advantage Grab & Go services, or just simply prefer not to visit the Library indoors at this time, can still access many of the Library’s services, resources, and materials remotely through its no-contact Sidewalk Service

Visit the Library website for information regarding service availability and safety requirements for entering the building.

The Recreation Department is offering camps and programs for youth and adults both in-person and virtually.

Local Policies
  • California Climate Credit: The CPUC is using the CA Climate Credit to reduce April, May, and June 2020 energy bills – To see the full proposal please link here - To comment on the proposal please link here -
  • Moratorium on Utility Disconnections: Ordered all CPUC-regulated energy, water, sewer, and communications providers to halt customer disconnections for non-payment. Utilities must also restore service to those whose service was disconnected prior to the CPUC’s March 17, 2020 order.
  • Suspended Renewal Requirements: Ensured continued affordable access to communications and energy services by suspending renewal requirements for the low-income programs CARE and the Family Electric Rate Assistance programs.
  • Ensuring Full Access to CARE: The California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE) program provides a 20 to 35 percent discount on utility bills. Many people who have recently lost their job due to COVID-19 will be eligible for the program. Customers just have to call their utility and ask to be enrolled. Information on participating in the program, including monthly income limits, can be found on the CPUC’s website at
  • Non-essential shutoffs: CPUC is working with utilities to ensure that they cancel all non-essential proactive shut-offs they have planned.
  • Protecting Contractors: Ensured that large investor-owned utilities help the economic stability of the large contractor workforce that provides energy efficiency upgrades to low income Californians.
  • Reliable Broadband: Asked the largest wireless and Internet service providers to consider suspending data caps and data coverage charges if they have not already done so.

For a list of consumer protection provisions utilities are enacting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic 

The transfer station operated by Pleasanton Garbage Service has remained open for dumping seven days a week from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. The buy back center is permanently closed: For more informationplease call (925) 846-2042.

Alameda County Guidelines and Programs

Yes, following the Judicial Council of California's emergency meeting, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra issued updated guidance to California tenants, alerting all tenants of the following aspects of the statewide rules currently in place. During the ongoing state of emergency and for 90 days after it is lifted, the Judicial Council rule prevents new eviction cases from proceeding, except where a court determines that eviction is necessary to protect public health and safety. Additionally, eviction trials in existing cases will be delayed for at least 60 days. Finally, under the Governor’s executive order, until May 31, 2020, qualifying tenants who retain documentation to prove their inability to pay rent and timely notify their landlords that they cannot do so are protected against lockout by the sheriff. Additional information can be found on the Attorney General's Press Release.

In light of concerns surrounding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the City of Pleasanton and Zone 7 Water Agency would like to reassure residents and businesses that this virus has no impact on the safety or supply of your drinking water.

EPA recommends that Americans continue to use and drink tap water as usual. The World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that the, “presence of the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and based on current evidence the risk to water supplies is low.” For more information, please visit

Essential Services

Pleasanton Business Support

The City of Pleasanton values the local business community and we share in your concerns in how to continue to navigate through this time of uncertainty and hardship. Please visit our business support resource center for useful information on business and employee relief, and ways to you can support Pleasanton businesses.

What to do if you are sick with COVID-19?

Call ahead to a healthcare professional if you develop a fever and symptoms of respiratory illness, such as cough or difficulty breathing, and have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19 or if you live in or have recently traveled to an area with ongoing spread. Tell your healthcare professional about your recent travel or contact. Your healthcare professional will work with your state’s public health department and CDC to determine if you need to be tested for COVID-19.

Alameda County Health: What to do if you have been exposed or become sick?

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