Town Of Moraga

Street Sweeping June 25-27, 2018
On June 25th, 26th, and 27th, all 56 centerline miles of public streets will be swept by a mechanical broom sweeper. Since the Town sweeps twice a year, once in Spring/Summer and then in Fall/Winter depending on needs, please do not place your garbage, recycle, and compost receptacles out the day before but on the morning of pickup to avoid sweeper conflicts. Sweeping should not occur in areas on days where solid waste is being serviced. Street sweepers do not have a set schedule to maximize sweeping coverage in a single day; therefore, the Town does not post “no parking” signage and recommends parking vehicles in your garage or driveway. (click title for full story)
First Summer Concert – Thursday, June 21
The Summer Concert Series begins Thursday, June 21 featuring the classic rock band 3 Day Weekend. Bring the family and join neighbors and friends on Thursday evenings at the Commons Park for free concerts from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, with the concession stand opening at 6:00 pm for dinner. (click title for full story)
4th of July Celebration at Commons Park
Join hundreds of Moraga residents at Commons Park for the annual 4th of July Celebration including pancake breakfast, family fun runs, dog parade, community booths, jump houses for the kids, a family magic show, and a live concert at the bandshell with David Martin’s House Party! (click title for full story)
PG&E Information on St. Mary's Road Closure
PG&E’s Gas Pipeline Replacement project will replace 6,000 feet of vintage gas transmission pipe along St. Mary’s Road (SMR) from S. Lucille Lane in Lafayette to Rheem Boulevard in Moraga. PG&E is scheduled to complete the work within the schools’ summer recess. (click title for full story)
FY 2018/19 Operating and Capital Improvement Program Budgets
Town Council reviewed the preliminary FY 2018/19 operating budget and capital improvement program. The proposed $9.25 million operating budget is balanced with an anticipated surplus of $18,022. (click title for full story)
Consolidation of 2018 Municipal Election
Town Council adopted a resolution calling for the election; requesting the County authorize consolidation with other elections; and authorizing the Town to reimburse the County for all election services. They also adopted a resolution setting policy for the candidates’ statements. There are two Council seats open for the 2018 election with the open nomination period running from Monday, July 16 through Friday, August 10. (click title for full story)
Sign Up Now for Moraga Day Camp
The Moraga Parks and Recreation Department invites you to “Travel the World” in eight weeks with Moraga Day Camp (formerly Camp Hacienda). (click title for full story)
Town Council Actions on June 13, 2018
Town Council adopted a resolution continuing the current assessment for FY2018/19 which includes $58.00 for a typical single family residence within the Street Lighting Assessment District to fund operations and repairs of the Town’s streetlights and traffic signals.
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Proclamations Commending Moraga Police Reserve Officers
Town Council adopted proclamations honoring three Moraga Police Reserve Officers. Greg Haskell and Jack Lucas were each recognized for over 32 years of dedicated service to the Town as they both retire. Ben Ho, who has served since 1982, was recognized for his work in establishing emergency electrical power service for the Town Hall. The Town Council originally authorized $165,000 for the project. Through Ben’s work, the Town saved over $140,000 on the project and was able to obtain a surplus backup generator for use in emergencies or natural disasters. (click title for full story)
Volunteer Now for Town Committees
Moraga depends on volunteers to serve on all of its Boards, Committees, and Commissions. In 2018, there are still openings on the (click title for full story)
Moraga Youth Involvement Committee Recruitment
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018/19 term of the Moraga Youth Involvement Committee (MYIC). The MYIC is a committee comprised of students who reside in Moraga and want to contribute to their community and learn the civic process. (click title for full story)