Town Goals

Moraga Town Council and Community 
2023 Goals and Priorities

 Collaboration and Community

  • Continue to lay the foundation and create pathways for a better mix of housing and the re-vitalization of the Town’s two commercial areas, including adopting a certified Housing Element, rezoning the commercial centers and Bollinger Canyon, updating the General Plan and completing an evacuation study 
  • Maintain fiscal discipline, position the Town for long-term fiscal sustainability, and efficiently sustain core operations of the Town and services to our residents

  • Complete the second year of the 2022-2024 “Worst Streets First” Pavement Reconstruction Project

  • Continue the Storm Drain Operations and Maintenance Program and complete 2021-2023 storm drain capital improvement projects

  • Support high-quality police and emergency response services, including by securing energy alternatives for emergencies, and coordinate with MOFD on fire safety and planning

  • Enhance the Town’s parks, open space and facilities for the benefit of the public and move forward with public input into a Town-wide recreation and open space plan

  • Pursue measures designed to improve traffic, pedestrian and bicycle safety, especially around our schools, crosswalks, through routes, and residential street entry points to the Town’s main roadways

  • Work with the Moraga Chamber of Commerce, Saint Mary’s College, and our local school districts to enhance Moraga’s business and education climate

  • Continue outreach to the public and provide opportunities for input from all segments of the community

  • Continue to work with Wedgewood to enhance the Hacienda and address the impacts of operations on the neighborhood

  • Onboard the new Town Manager with minimum disruption to staff and to operations, and collaboratively streamline Town Council meetings

  • Lessen the Town’s impact on the environment by continuing to implement sustainability and resiliency initiatives and viable strategies in Moraga’s Climate Action Plan and in the Town’s Facility Energy Generation Study

  • Conduct a Town Council/Town Manager session focused on effectiveness and organizational competency

  • Initiate the process of amending the Town-wide noise ordinance