Town Of Moraga

Celebrate the 4th of July in Moraga
Enjoy a full day of food, parades, fun and games at the Moraga Commons park on Monday, July 4th! The day starts with (click title for full story)
Rheem Boulevard Sinkhole Update
The Town’s initial request for financial assistance to repair the sinkhole was denied by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The Town submitted an appeal to the FHWA through the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) on June 13th. The award of construction contract date will be determined based upon the results of the appeal. The Town will continue to do everything possible to get the repairs done quickly and support the business community during the repair phase. (click title for full story)
Don't be a Victim - Help Prevent Burglaries
During the past week, four (4) Moraga residences were burglarized. Please help prevent these crimes by locking your doors and windows, setting your alarms, recording and securing your valuables, requesting Vacation House Checks when you are away and reporting suspicious persons and vehicles. Subscribe to (click title for full story)
Public Safety Alert
Due to increased danger from illegal fireworks on the golf course over the past few years, no one will be allowed to view the fireworks show from the golf course. The only viewing area will be near the putting green off of St. Andrews Drive. Anyone on the course will be escorted off or subject to trespass laws. The public needs to understand that if the illegal activities continue this year, the event will be canceled. Please be respectful and support the continuation of this meaningful civic event. (click title for full story)
Family Camp-out at Rancho Laguna Park - July 24 and 24, 2016
Enjoy an overnight family camping experience at Rancho Laguna park Saturday, July 23 to Sunday, July 24, featuring family games, crafts for kids, and a campfire under the stars. Dinner and continental breakfast will be provided. Families should bring camping equipment including a tent and sleeping bags, chairs, flashlights, snacks, (click title for full story)
Rheem Boulevard Landslide Repair: June - October 2016
Work is expected to begin on June 15, with completion expected in late October 2016.
The primary purpose of the Rheem Boulevard Landslide Repair project is to stabilize an existing landslide and repair the roadway to improve public safety and provide a better travel surface. Detour signs have been placed to notify motorists that the section of Rheem Boulevard between Fay Hill Road and 591 Rheem Boulevard will be closed to through traffic until the road is completely repaired. All residents along Rheem Boulevard will continue to have access to their homes during construction.
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Buy a Rocket and 4th of July Events
Continue the tradition and help raise $27,000 for the annual July 4th community fireworks! Please contribute to the Buy-A-Rocket fund to help
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2016 Full Depth Reclamation Paving Project
The construction contract for the 2016 Full Depth Reclamation Paving project was approved by Town Council to reconstruct: 1) Bollinger Canyon Road (St. Mary’s Road to Joseph Drive); 2) Corliss Drive (Wakefield Drive to Camino Ricardo); and 3) Larch Avenue (#1160 Larch Avenue to Camino Pablo) with a recycling technique that provides cost savings of 30% to 40% when compared to traditional reconstruction methods. (click title for full story)
Summer Day Camp Fun at the Hacienda
Kids looking to have fun this summer, without having to leave Moraga, need look no further. Camp Hacienda is a day camp for kids ages five through ten where weekly themes set the stage for a great variety of activities to keep them entertained every day! Daily rates and (click title for full story)
Moraga Crime Statistics For 2016 Year-To-Date
The Moraga Police Department (MPD) reviewed crime statistics for the first five months of 2016 and found fewer thefts, burglaries and motor vehicle thefts reported than in 2015. MPD attributes the reduction to residents who have been diligent in securing their property and reporting suspicious activity, allowing officers to investigate. Keep up the good work! (click title for full story)
Concord Bees not Africanized
Test results requested by the Mt. Diablo Beekeepers Association (MDBA) to determine the type of bees involved in the May 13 Concord bee incident showed no evidence of Africanized Honey Bee ancestry. The bees in Concord were identified as European Honey Bees. The swarm season, a natural phenomenon when masses of honeybees leave their old hives in search of a new home, is drawing to a close. Right now, honeybees are out during the day foraging for (click title for full story)