Town Of Moraga

Town of Moraga News

As news is pertinent to the community at large and available, we will post news items on this page.
To report a news item contact us. To see the archive of the Town of Moraga’s bi-weekly newsletter, About Town, visit the About Town Newsletter page.

New Moraga Library Commissioner Goals
The Town’s new Library Commissioner presented two of his 2012 goals to the Town Council and suggested ways the proposed Town and Library Lease Agreement could be revised. The Agreement was last .. Read more

Traffic Safety
Since October 1, the Police Department has investigated three injury collisions and six non-injury collisions. The Moraga Police Department wants to remind citizens to drive cautiously. With the appro.. Read more

Rancho Laguna Park Update
Town Council reviewed the Park and Recreation Commission recommendation for spatial separation at the park during their October 26 regular meeting. While consensus was not reached to support the Park .. Read more

Moraga Youth Involvement Committee Update
At the October 26 Town Council meeting the audience was treated to a presentation by Campolindo student, Layth Ramatala, Chairperson of the 2010-2011 Moraga Youth Involvement Committee (MYIC). Layth s.. Read more

Town Council Recognizes Moraga Police Volunteers
October 26, 2011 was proclaimed “Moraga Police Reserve Officers’ Day” by the Mayor and Town Council. The proclamation recognized four Moraga Police Department Reserve Officers for a.. Read more

Council Tables Potential Subdivision at Rheem Blvd. and St. Mary's Road
The Town Council voted unanimously to table the potential subdivision of Town-owned property at Rheem Boulevard and St. Mary’s Road at its October 12, 2011 meeting. The Town Council voted unanim.. Read more

Traffic Calming Guide Revisions
Starting at its October 5, 2011 meeting, TSAC will begin reviewing certain aspects of the Town's Traffic Calming Guide. At the meeting, TSAC will discuss the appeal process for groups bringing traffic.. Read more

New Energy Efficient Streetlights
Beginning in early October, the familiar orange glow of Moraga’s streetlights will be changing to a more natural, daylight look as PG&E begins upgrading the Town’s lighting with LED te.. Read more

Rheem Visioning Next Steps
The Moraga Economic Development Action Committee hosted two successful visioning workshops at The New Rheem Theatre in late August. One hundred residents and business/property owners shared what they .. Read more

Rancho Laguna Park Plans
On September 14, the Town Council authorized an agreement with a landscape architecture firm to assist with preliminary design services for Rancho Laguna Park. Future conceptual design proposals will .. Read more

Produce Market Coming to Moraga
Yes, it is finally true a Produce Market is coming to the Rheem Center in Moraga! Although the opening date is not yet set because the business is planning to fully remodel, we expect it will open the.. Read more

Where do your Property Tax Dollars Go?
Do you know how much of your property tax comes back to the Town? Would you be shocked to learn that for every $1,000 of property taxes you pay, only $53 comes to the Town? This money is what.. Read more

Community Meeting Room Design Approved by Council
On Wednesday, July 13 the Town Council voted 4-1 to move forward with the design and construction documents for carving a new community meeting room out of the second floor office space at 329 Rheem. .. Read more

Making Every Dollar Work
Although the Town continues to use its fiscal resources responsibly and efficiently, there are not sufficient funds to invest in repairing potholes and cracks. Unfortunately, the years of minimal inve.. Read more

Street Repair Priorities Surveyed
The Town recently conducted a community survey of 300 constituents to ask them about their local street repair priorities. When asked how local funds should be spent on Town streets, the prioritie.. Read more

Moraga is #6 on the List of Top 10 Cities to Live and Learn 2011
In a recent study by (, Moraga was listed among the top 10 cities for high-quality education. The Acalanes Union High School District’s .. Read more

Design Review Board Approves Bandshell Improvements
The Moraga Park Foundation applied for and received approval of a 100 square foot expansion for the Bandshell food service area at the April 25 Design Review Board Meeting. This will allow the Par.. Read more