Livermore's water agencies need your help selecting the winners of the 2021 Livermore Water Awareness Poster Contest. Earlier this year, Livermore’s 3rd - 5th graders were invited to submit artwork that reflected this year’s contest theme - “Without Water, Life Would Be Pretty Dry”. Now the community has the opportunity to vote for the contest winners.
Visit our online voting form to view the finalists and select your favorites. Voting is open until Friday, April 16th at 5:00 p.m. The winning posters will be displayed in downtown Livermore during May, which is Drinking Water Awareness Month.
Finalists include students from Altamont Creek Elementary, Croce Elementary, Joe Michell TK-8 School, Marylin Avenue Elementary, Our Savior Lutheran School, Rancho Las Positas Elementary, Emma C. Smith Elementary, and Sunset Elementary.
About the Contest The Livermore Water Awareness Poster Contest has helped elementary school students explore the importance of water conservation through art for more than 20 years. This annual contest is sponsored by the City of Livermore’s water utility (Livermore Municipal Water), Cal Water, and Zone 7 Water Agency. To learn more about the contest, visit www.cityoflivermore.net/contests.