Pleasanton’s beautiful library is a center for community learning, reference, research and reading enjoyment. In addition to general reference and information services, the library offers the public Internet access, online reference services, interlibrary loans and home access to the library catalog through the web from its home page: www.ci.pleasanton.ca.us/library. The Friends of the Pleasanton Library, a volunteer support group, sponsors two large book sales each year. The proceeds from this very successful fundraiser are used to purchase new materials, equipment and programs for the library. The library also provides an Adult Literacy program, with information available by calling 931-3411. The library is located at 400 Old Bernal Avenue. Call (925) 931-3400 for more information.
Museum On Main Street
A tour through the Museum on Main Street will introduce you to pages from the valley’s past. The museum offers a monthly lecture series, interesting local history and several rotating exhibits. One may visit the extensive photo and local manuscript collection by appointment. The gallery often features a variety of local artists. The museum has an enjoyable volunteer program and attracts visitors, students and local residents all year round. Located at 603 Main Street in the old Town Hall building, the hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 11 to 4 and Sundays from 1 to 4. The museum is closed on major holidays. For info, visit www.museumonmainstreet.org or call (925) 462-2766.
The Pleasanton Senior Center boasts a myriad of activities and services for elders including, but not limited to, a wide variety of classes, daily meals and services. The Senior Center also serves as the hub of operation for Pleasanton Para transit. For more information, call 931-5365.
Senior Center — (925) 931-5365
Para transit — (925) 931-5376
Facility Rental — (925) 931-5340
Senior Support Program — (925) 931-5379
Tri-Valley Community Television
Tri-Valley Community Television has been broadcasting since 1976 and is the government and public education channel serving the cities of Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton and San Ramon. Known to many as TV30, the station operates channels 28, 29 and 30 on the Comcast Cable System, broadcasting to 68,000 households representing a population of nearly 200,000 people. The station offers programming such as Tri-Valley Mayors Report, a show that features one-on-one interviews with the mayors in the region, live City Council and school board meetings and 580/680 News. For more information, visit www.tri-valleytv.org or call (925) 462-3030.
KKIQ (101.7FM) — (925) 455-4500
Tri-Valley Herald — (925) 935-2525
The Independent — (925) 447-8700
The Valley Times — (925) 462-4160
Pleasanton Weekly — (925) 600-0840
Pleasanton Patch — www.pleasantonpatch.com
Important Numbers to Remember
Police Department — (925) 931-5100
Fire Department — (925) 373-5400
DMV — (925) 462-7042
Pleasanton Garbage — (925) 846-2042
The Gale Schenone Hall of Justice — (925) 227-6700
Pacific Gas & Electric — (800) 743-5000
AT&T — (800) 310-2355
Pleasanton Unified School District — (925) 462-5500
Registrar of Voters — (510) 272-6973
Comcast — (800) 945-2288
Water — (925) 931-5425
Pleasanton Newcomers — (925) 215-8405