Moraga-Orinda Fire District

The Moraga-Orinda Fire District (MOFD) Moraga Orinda Fire Department logoprovides fire protection and emergency medical services to the residents of Town of Moraga.  The district encompasses 42 square miles, and includes Moraga, Orinda and the surrounding unincorporated areas, including Canyon and Bollinger Canyon.   The District responds to over 3,000 incidents annually from five fire stations.

The Moraga-Orinda Fire District’s offices are located at 1280 Moraga Way, Moraga, CA 94546

Phone: (925) 258-4599 or email

Ad-Hoc Fire Prevention Committee

In May 2020, Town Council authorized the creation of this committee to work with representatives of the Moraga-Orinda Fire Department (MOFD) and the City of Orinda to receive updates, provide feedback and facilitate coordination of MOFD’s fire prevent efforts.

Helpful Resources

 CalFire Hazard Severity Map This mapping tool shows zones with varying degree of fire hazard (i.e., moderate, high, and very high). It identify areas where wildfire hazards could be more severe, and are meant to help limit wildfire damage. They serve several purposes, and are used to designate where woodland urban interface building codes apply to new buildings.

Hazardous Wildfire Fuels Reduction Program

Lamorinda Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Town of Moraga Emergency Operations Plan

Video Interview with Chief Winnacker

To report the use of illegal fireworks, contact the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District Illegal Firework Reporting Hotline at 1-833-885-2021 or call the Town of Moraga Police Dispatch directly at 925-284-5010.