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Event focuses on fire prevention and evacuation strategies
Lamorinda Village, a nonprofit support ...Submitted by Kathryn Ishizu

Hassle-free transportation information event for commuters
In an effort to save Lamorinda commuters ...By Vera Kochan

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Orinda Police

Del Rey Elementary School installs colorful shade sails courtesy of a grant
Thanks to the dedication of a former Orinda dermatologist and the ingenuity of Orinda Union School District's Director of Facilities Stuart House, Del Rey Elementary School has installed shade sails to create an outdoor learning space adjacent to the school's new ...By Sora O'Doherty

Orinda homeowner seeks historical landmark status for Neutra home
The Orinda City Council May 7 took the next step toward designating the Nelson House, 511 Miner Road, as a city historical landmark. The structure features a distinct 1950s design by architect Richard Neutra, known for his geometric but airy structures that symbolized ...By Nick Marnell

City to revise financial policies for 2019-20 fiscal year
The Orinda City Council authorized Finance ...By Nick Marnell

A Sunset Stroll restaurant tour May 7 in Orinda
Locals and visitors can nibble and sip their ...By Sora O'Doherty

Governor discusses urgent need for fuel reduction this wildfire season
Gov. Gavin Newsom traveled to the Moraga-Orinda Fire District April 23 to outline his major statewide fire prevention plan, encompassing 35 projects he approved for areas in California most vulnerable to a devastating wildfire.
By Nick Marnell

Orinda Police Blotter
Orinda Police

Wilder things: sidewalks, parking, and an easementAt last, redwood trees removed from Orinda mini park
A number of redwood trees that have been worrying PG&E owing to their placement directly under the high voltage power lines behind Theatre Square were removed during the week of April 15 by a crew from A Plus Tree. The trees had been slated for removal for some time, ...By Sora O'Doherty

Wilder things: sidewalks, parking, and an easement
Decades in the planning, the development at ...By Sora O'Doherty

Council considers new capital projects
Orinda City Council members loved the new ...By Sora O'Doherty

Council reviews parking options for downtown Orinda, chooses pilot for employees

By Sora O'Doherty

ConnectOrinda Celebration scheduled for May 16 as planning process draws to a close
The last step before the unveiling of the ...By Sora O'Doherty

Time to hit the trails - it's a springtime challenge!
It's spring in Lamorinda and the three Parks and Recreation Departments of Moraga, Orinda and Lafayette want nothing more than to see residents out enjoying the area's beautiful trails. For this reason they are offering a challenge - the first-ever Lamorinda Trails ...By Pippa Fisher

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