Town Of Moraga

How Should the Town Spend Your Money?
Please take a moment to learn about the results of the three unfunded needs studies and provide input regarding your priorities. The studies were performed because the Town has insufficient funds to pay for needed infrastructure investment and projected increases in pension liability. The Town would like to know what the residents think the Town should fund.
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Volunteer Now for Town Committees
Moraga depends on volunteers to serve on all of its Committees and Commissions. In 2020, there will be openings on the (click title for full story)
Buy-a-Bulb Fundraiser
Help light the Holiday Tree in the Commons Park again this December! Support this old-fashioned family tradition of celebrating the holiday season. The community support received through the Buy-A-Bulb Fundraiser allows the Town to (click title for full story)
Kiwanis See's Candy Sales
The Kiwanis Club of Moraga Valley’s See’s Candy Holiday Shop will open for business on Friday, November 22. The Shop will be located in the Rheem Shopping Center and will feature all of See’s major selections. It will be open daily (except Thanksgiving) through December 23, from 10:00 am (click title for full story)
2020 Census Recruiting
Be a 2020 Census Taker and earn extra income while helping the community. This is your chance to play a part in history! Temporary census positions offer paid training with flexible hours. For more information or help applying, please call 1-855-JOB-2020. The U. S. Census Bureau is also seeking qualified office staff for (click title for full story)
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)
Town Website Redesign
Town Council received an update on the comprehensive municipal website redesign currently under development. Utilizing the CivicPlus technology platform, the Town anticipates a live launch of the updated website in May 2020. The comprehensive redesign will provide improved website functionality aimed at increasing transparency and improving information dissemination to the community. (click title for full story)
New Public Art Sculptures
Town Council approved two new artwork loan agreements with artists Buddy Brodwin and Pierre Riche. The artists will be providing their artwork for the property known as the “Triangle” at the corner of Rheem Boulevard and Moraga Road. (click title for full story)