Public Works Programs
A Capital Improvement Project is a project that helps maintain or improve a Town asset, often called infrastructure. Key projects currently being constructed in Moraga include the Canyon Road Bridge Replacement Project, the Pavement Management Program, as well as several others.
Public Works staff coordinates with the Planning Department to oversee private development within the Town. The engineering department’s purview as it pertains to land development includes: public infrastructure (such as roadways, storm drainage, and other utilities) hydrology; grading; construction; and accessibility
The Town of Moraga is committed to ensuring safe, reliable and accessible transportation for all - whether by automobile, transit, bicycle, or on foot. The Planning, Public Works, and Parks and Recreation Departments all have a role to play and work closely together to plan for, build and maintain the Town’s transportation network.
Moraga Public Work's staff also oversees a range of other regulatory programs, including Flood Plain Management Program, Solid Waste and Recycling, Geologic Hazard Abatement District. Learn more about these and other programs.
The Contra Costa Clean Water Program is dedicated to maintaining a healthy environment in Contra Costa’s beautiful creeks, rivers, the Delta and the Bay.
To assist residents in resolving specific emergency problems, we have developed an Emergency Services List that lists local suppliers and contractors that may be able to provide assistance.
Council adopted the Storm Drain Master Plan (SDMP), originally created as a proactive approach to determine the needs, costs, and priorities associated with the Town’s 27 miles of storm drain collector system and 35 creek culverts