Welcome to Eliot Facility

The Eliot quarry has been part of your community for over 100 years and CEMEX is pleased to announce some exciting changes.

It is with the Livermore and Pleasanton communities in mind that CEMEX has developed a reclamation plan that will ensure a reliable and affordable source of quality construction material for many years to come and details how the quarry will be restored to a near natural state, even as reclamation is underway.

CEMEX believes its reclamation plan is economically and environmentally superior to an existing plan adopted over 30 years ago and comes with many public benefits that our neighbors will appreciate for generations to come.

One of the most significant differences between the current reclamation plan and what CEMEX proposes, is NO further mining in Lake A – the lake between Isabel Avenue and Vallecitos Road along East Vineyard Avenue.

We hope you find this website informative and that it engages the public in what is rightfully a public process. We look forward to hearing from you and encourage feedback by participating in a brief survey.

Public Benefits

 

No mining at Lake A

Lake A to be transferred to Zone 7 Water Agency

Almost 3 miles of pedestrian and bike trails

Major habitat restoration

Landscaping improvements will improve views

Open space and habitat preservation

Reduces the quarry’s reclamation footprint

A source of quality jobs and local tax revenue

The Vision for Tomorrow

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Landscaping

Landscaping improvements will improve views

Landscaping

Landscaping improvements will improve views

Landscaping

Landscaping improvements will improve views

Trails

Almost three miles of pedestrian and bike trails

Habitat

Major habitat restoration

No Mining

No mining on Lake A

Restoration that Aims to Benefit the Community for Generations to Come

Facts about Aggregates