The Moraga-Orinda Fire Protection District is requesting proposals from qualified firms to provide information technology services. The District intends to award a 3-year contract from July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2018 with options to renew for two more years. The District is an independent special district under the California Health and Safety Code. The District is responsible for the protection of the lives and property of the residents of the City of Orinda, the Town of Moraga, the community of Canyon and some unincorporated areas located in the west portion of Contra Costa County, California. The District provides fire protection, rescue and other emergency services, operates five fire stations, one administrative office building and employs approximately 90 personnel. You can access the RFP on the following page: Request for Proposals ( Questions or inquiries regarding this RFP should be directed to Gloriann Sasser, Administrati.. Full Story

New Fee Schedule06-Feb-2015

Our fee schedule for permits and plan reviews has been updated and takes effect on February 5, 2015. The 2015 Fee Schedule (/LiteratureRetrieve.aspx?ID=221887) can be found under Documents and Forms/Permit and Plan Review Fee Schedule 2015. All projects that have been submitted prior to February 5, 2015 will be subject to the old fee schedule. Inspection fees paid prior to February 5, 2015 are subject to the old fee structure and no additional fees will be required. The new fees will apply to all projects and permit applications that have been received and date stamped by our office starting February 5, 2015. Any inspections that have not been paid for by February 4, 2015 are subject to the new 2015 Fee schedule. For questions or further information, please contact the Office of the Fire Marshal at 925-258-4525 ext. 533... Full Story

FACT SHEET REGARDING STATION-43 and PROPOSED STATION-46 PROGRAM Response Capabilities and Operational Readiness: Station-43, located at 20 Via Las Cruses in Orinda, is open 24-hours a day, 365 days per year. The crew from Station-43 serves the Moraga-Orinda Fire District (MOFD) Three (3) Firefighters work at the station. One is always a Paramedic. The crew staffs a “structure” fire engine, a “wildland” fire engine, and an ambulance. The crew can only staff one of these apparatus at a time. The ambulance was added to the station in 2013 Station-43 is one of five MOFD fire stations All MOFD engines, trucks, and battalion chiefs are dispatched using computer-aided software that identifies the closest resource using satellites. The closest resource to the incident is then sent, regardless of agency or political boundary. Like all MOFD apparatus (Engines, Ladder Truck, Water Tender, Battalion Chief’s) the crew at Station-43 also.. Full Story

The Moraga-Orinda Fire District Fire Prevention Office is now accepting payments via debit and credit cards. For your convenience, they now offer the option to pay by major credit card (MasterCard, Visa and Discover) or by debit card with the Visa or MasterCard logo. Please note that credit or debit card payments must be made in person... Full Story

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