Town Of Moraga

Moraga's Emergency Operations Plan
The Moraga Town Council approved the revised Emergency Operations Plan for the Town in 2018. Although no document can list or account for all of the possibilities in a disaster or critical incident, the (click title for full story)
Police Town Hall Meetings Recap
Thank you to those who attended the recent Moraga Police Department (MPD) Town Hall meetings. This is the first time in the 40-year history of the MPD that they have been held and due to the success will become annual events. MPD provided crime and incident related information to residents, who responded with questions and information for officers. Officers are always available for questions, so please call 925-888-7055 for more information or to speak with an officer. (click title for full story)
Moraga Way and Canyon Road/Camino Pablo Project Update
Ghilotti Construction Company (Ghilotti) is currently finishing work on Moraga Way including marking permanent traffic striping; installing the bus stop; and reconstructing remaining driveways and sidewalks. The Town approved extra work for Ghilotti to close the Canyon Road gap between Larch Avenue and De La Cruz Way that is not addressed by the Canyon Road/Camino Pablo intersection improvements (Camino Pablo to De La Cruz Way) and 2019 Surface Seal project (Larch Avenue to Country Club Drive). This extra work on Canyon Road entails pavement repairs; slurry sealing; and (click title for full story)
Swearing in of New MYIC Members for 2019-20
Six new members of the Moraga Youth Involvement Committee (MYIC) were sworn in, increasing its membership to 16. The Committee serves as an advisory body to the Town Council on youth and teen issues and provides Moraga youth with the opportunity to (click title for full story)
CalPERS Unfunded Pension Liability Analysis
Town Council reviewed and accepted the CalPERS Actuarial Analysis June 30, 2018 Valuation report for the Town of Moraga prepared by Bartel Associates. The analysis includes: a comprehensive review and summary of historical CalPERS actuarial information including review of historical actuarial valuation reports; summary of historical information for the Miscellaneous and Safety plans; funded status; and (click title for full story)
Welcome Raquel Segovia to Planning Department
Raquel Segovia has recently joined the Planning Department as an Administrative Assistant. Raquel will be filling the crucial role as the department’s primary point of public contact, and will be assisting the department with various duties, including providing administrative and technical support to the Planning Commission. Raquel has a degree in (click title for full story)
Town Council Protocols
The Council adopted a final version of the Town Council Protocols to clarify the roles and responsibilities of the Town Council as a whole and individual Councilmembers. The Protocols establish policies and procedures in the areas of: (1) Authority; (2) Role of the Town Council; (3) Council Officers; (4) Council Appointments; (5) Meetings; (6) Agenda; (7) Public Participation; (click title for full story)
Recycle Those Bicycles!
For the 22nd year, throughout the month of November, Bobbie and Tom Preston will collect bikes for Cycle Recycle to be refurbished and given to charitable groups to distribute for the holidays. To date over 3,450 bikes have been collected. New and/or used bikes and trikes - in working order or (click title for full story)
Code Compliance Issues at 90 Greenfield Drive
The Town Council considered and did not adopt a resolution to provide funds to abate the nuisance caused by incomplete construction and related visual blight at the vacant single-family residence at 90 Greenfield Drive. The Council directed staff to return early in 2020 with a progress report on the status of the foreclosure process for the property. (click title for full story)
Vote By Mail Campaign
The Town of Moraga and Contra Costa Elections Division encourages you to consider getting your ballot by mail. Receiving your ballot by mail provides you with more flexibility than having to go to your set neighborhood polling place on just one day. This can be especially tough for voters who commute to and from work. It also (click title for full story)
Senior Volunteer Needed for Advisory Council on Aging
The Contra Costa County Advisory Council on Aging (ACOA) is actively recruiting to fill the vacant Moraga seat. To represent the interests of area seniors, the applicant must be a resident of Moraga and knowledgeable of the needs of Moraga's senior population. If interested, please complete (click title for full story)