Properties under the jurisdiction of an active Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and subject to Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) require approval by the Association before the plans are submitted to the Town of Moraga for approval. All single family homes in the Moraga Country Club and Sanders Ranch, as well as projects in townhouse and condominium developments would require HOA approval. The project plans should be stamped by the HOA or a letter of approval signed by authorized members of the HOA with reference to the date on the approved plans shall be submitted to Moraga Planning Department staff.
Show All Answers
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District (MOFD) office is located at:33 Orinda WayOrinda, CA 94563
The Fire Marshal can be reached for an appointment at 925-258-4520. The MOFD reviews all plans for modifications to homes, including interior remodeling. Building plans may be dropped off at the address listed above Monday through Friday, from 9 am until 4 pm.
The primary purpose of review by the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District (CCCSD) is to make sure that any new buildings or additions to buildings do not encroach on any easements for sanitary sewer pipes. New homes may require the payment of sewer connection fees. The permit office is open to the public Monday through Friday, from 8 am to 5 pm. The office is located at:5019 Imhoff PlaceMartinez, CA
Information regarding the plan review process is available at 925-229-7371.
The Moraga-Orinda Fire District’s Hazardous Wildfire Fuels Reduction Program provides a wide-range of resources for residents. You can also reach the Fire Prevention Office at 925-258-4599.
Assessor maps may be obtained from the Planning Department or the Contra Costa County Building Department.
Contact the Contra Costa County Animal Control Services at 925-335-8300. The County has a truck they can dispatch to the scene. You will need to give them a location and answer a few brief questions about the incident.
The Town contracts with the Contra Costa County for its code enforcement services. When necessary, the Town calls upon the County Code Enforcement Officer.