Town Of Moraga

2020 Goals - Building for the Future
Council adopted the Town Council and Community Goals for 2020 which include the following 13 goals: fiscal sustainability; quality public safety; construction of a new Canyon Road bridge; implementation of the Storm Drain Operations and Maintenance and Capital Improvement Programs; street rehabilitation; implementation of the Moraga Center Specific Plan zoning; business attraction and retention; rezoning of the Bollinger Valley Study Area; implementation of a new Town website; (click title for full story)
Request for Proposal for Restaurant at Hacienda de las Flores
The Town of Moraga is excited to announce the release of the Hacienda de las Flores Restaurant/Caterer Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking proposals for full service restaurant and catering services at the Hacienda de las Flores property located at 2100 Donald Drive. Interested parties are encouraged to tour the site and submit a (click title for full story)
Town of Moraga Hiring a Part-Time Accounting Technician
The Town of Moraga is looking for a part-time Accounting Technician to join the dynamic Administrative Services Department team. The responsibilities of the position include: processing credit receipts and accounts payable; preparing journal entries and reports; providing internal and (click title for full story)
Town Still Accepting Feedback Forms on Unfunded Needs
Town Council received a comprehensive report that summarizes the findings of the expense reviews, operational improvements, and unfunded needs studies completed in 2019. The report also included analysis of existing revenue. (click title for full story)
Town Supports Measure M - Moraga School District Parcel Tax
Town Council adopted a resolution in support of Measure M, the renewal of Moraga School District’s $192 parcel tax which provides $1 million annually to maintain high quality elementary and intermediate schools. This Council, consistent with past Councils, recognized the value exceptional schools bring to a community, including improved quality of life and high property values. (click title for full story)
Credit/Debit Card Skimming
Recently, Moraga Police have received reports of credit/debit card skimming – a skimmer reads the magnetic strip on your card while your PIN is captured by a fake keypad or camera. The information is later used or sold to other criminals. Prevent loss by going inside to pay or get cash, monitor your accounts for unauthorized use, set fraud monitors and inspect card readers before using them – look (click title for full story)
Update on the Mobile Moraga App
Town Council received a presentation on the Mobile Moraga app and work order system. Following its launch in May 2019, staff reported that over 1,200 people have downloaded the app, and additional users are utilizing the system through the desktop version available on (click title for full story)
Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) Discussion
Town Council discussed the upcoming Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG) General Assembly Meeting and provided direction to the Town’s ABAG representative to support the (click title for full story)
Bidding, Informal Bidding and Formal Bidding Procedures
The Council adopted an Ordinance to amend the Moraga Municipal Code, last amended in 2011, to increase the Moraga’s informal bidding threshold for goods and services from $15,001 to $50,000. The increase in the fiscal threshold is consistent with other jurisdictions in Contra Costa County and (click title for full story)
Hacienda de las Flores ADA Restroom Project
Town Council authorized the award of the Hacienda de las Flores ADA Restroom Installation Project to Plazo Construction. In December of 2019, the Town secured a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to augment various Town funds to complete Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) site (click title for full story)
Applications for Grand Jury Service Sought
The Contra Costa County Superior Court is accepting applications for Civil Grand Jury Service for the Fiscal Year 2020/21 term. The Civil Grand Jury is made up of 19 members who serve for one year, July through June, to monitor, review and report on city and county governments, special districts (click title for full story)