Marc Roberts was City Manager for the City of Livermore from 2012 until 2022. Marc worked for the City of Livermore from 1987 until his retirement in 2022, from 2000 to 2011 as Community Development Director. He has played a key role in several important projects for Livermore.
Marc was the project manager for the development of the South Livermore Valley Specific Plan, a program that helped revitalize Livermore's wine country, which won a National planning award. He also was the program manager for the City's Permit Streamlining program that resulted in the development of the City's One-Stop Permit Center in 1997. As the Community Development Director, Roberts led the team that wrote and implemented the Downtown Specific Plan, a plan that transformed Livermore's Downtown through dozens of coordinated private and public projects.
Prior to working for Livermore, Marc worked for the Town of Tiburon as a Planner.
Marc Roberts holds a Bachelor of Science Degree with honors in Landscape Architecture from UC Davis and a Masters of Business Administration from UC Berkeley.