On July 18, the Planning Commission voted 3-3 on a motion to approve the General Development Plan and Tentative Subdivision Map for the Moraga Town Center Homes project. The three votes in favor and three votes opposed to the motion means that the application was denied. The project (click title for full story) applicant, City Ventures, has appealed the Planning Commission’s decision, and the Town Council will consider the appeal at its August 24 meeting. For more information contact Holly Pearson, Senior Planner.
Where and when is paving happening in Town? (click title for full story) Click here to see the the latest schedule...
On Monday, August 22, 2016 the Moraga Library at 1500 St. Mary's Road will be treated for the control of Field Roaches. (click title for full story) If you have any questions please contact ATCO Pest Control at 925-839-9222, click here for posted notice.
The Lamorinda Spirit Van Program has been in service since June, 2006 delivering older Lamorinda residents (age 60 and up) to the C.C. Café at the Walnut Creek Senior Center for lunch Monday through Friday, on errands to local stores and businesses, and to hair, medical, dental, and physical therapy appointments. To support (click title for full story) the Lamorinda Spirit Van Program financially, please consider a tax-deductible check payable to the City of Lafayette. On the memo line, write "Lamorinda Spirit Van, Moraga." Mail to Lamorinda Spirit Van Program, Lafayette Senior Services, 500 St. Mary's Road, Lafayette, CA 94549. An anonymous Moraga donor has agreed to match all contributions from the Moraga community up to $4,500.
Moraga Rotary, consultants and staff have been addressing additional proposed locations for an all access playground in the Moraga Commons Park. Multiple Commons Park locations have been identified and are being studied further to provide additional options for Town Council consideration on August 24. Additionally, proposed options will be presented to the Park and Recreation Commission for discussion at their August 16 meeting, in preparation for the August 24 Town Council meeting. (click title for full story)
Rheem Boulevard is closed for construction and repair. The affected area is on Rheem Boulevard between Fay Hill Road (near the top of the hill) and 591 Rheem Boulevard (where the residences begin). The Town apologizes for the confusion associated with the changing closure dates, but did not want to close the road until the contractor was ready to begin the construction. This work is (click title for full story) important to the community and both the Town and the developer appreciate everyone’s patience. For questions, contact Paul Medeiros, 408-529-6020, firstname.lastname@example.org or Moraga Public Works, 925-888-7026, email@example.com.
The Slow Down Lamorinda campaign is continuing as Moraga, Lafayette and Orinda Police Departments are working to encourage drivers to slow down and drive safely to improve traffic safety and reduce accidents. Citations for over 175 violations have been issued so far this summer. While safe driving is always important, it is especially critical now as the children will be returning to school this month. Please do your part, drive safely and SLOW DOWN LAMORINDA! (click title for full story)
At the August 24 Town Council meeting the Moraga Chamber of Commerce will present the results of a community preferences survey they conducted to advise the new owners of the Rheem Valley Shopping Center what businesses the community would like to see in Moraga. The new ownership is scheduled to attend. (click title for full story)