Luxurious suburban center with plentiful amenities and stunning vistas

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Moraga, with its breathtaking views and quiet residential areas, is the most exclusive corner of the Lamorinda area. This quaint Contra Costa County community in the East Bay region is peaceful and luxurious — the true essence of California living. 

Moraga, named for a ranchero that founded the town in the late 19th century, was once a stopping point along the Sacramento Northern Railroad. The community has a rich history linked to the agriculture and exploration that are hallmarks of California.

This idyllic suburban enclave is within commuting distance of the San Francisco and Oakland metro areas but maintains its reposeful vibe. Active residents love the wide open spaces for walking, hiking, and biking among the rolling hillsides. And sports enthusiasts will find plenty of courses, courts, and fields around the community’s public parks and private clubs. 

What to Love

  • Serene, tranquil residential areas
  • Highly rated local public schools
  • Casually elegant eateries and cafes
  • Stunning California landscape 
  • Plenty of parks and recreation areas

Local Lifestyle

Moraga's quiet, peaceful atmosphere makes this a great place to call home. Many of the residential districts in this community have walkable center areas with preschools, boutiques, parks, and coffee shops all nestled together. Neighborhoods here range from sprawling rural estates to master-planned golf communities. And with architectural styles spanning classic California ranch to modern designs, there is a perfect home for everyone. 

Saint Mary’s College of California is an important keystone of Moraga. The campus is gorgeous and features several examples of Mission Revival architecture. An art museum and performing arts theater on campus hold public exhibitions and shows throughout the year. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Upscale neighborhood brewpub and eatery Canyon Club Brewery calls itself Moraga’s “Third Place.” It is your spot between work and home where you can meet with friends, relax, and enjoy life. Canyon Club has an extensive Biergarten with home-brewed beers that pair perfectly with its menu of elevated gastro fare. The patio here is a major draw. It is a streetside oasis with plenty of comfortable seating, Edison lighting, and firepits. 

Open for breakfast and lunch, Town Bakery & Cafe has a menu that rotates based on local, seasonal ingredients. Daily pastry specials include croissants, scones, and muffins with plenty of gluten-free options. The cafe lunch menu features creative mains like pancetta and kale pizza.

Things to Do

The Moraga Farmers’ Market features over 40 local growers and artisan vendors for a weekly market of fresh, local produce, flowers, and food. The market is held each Sunday and features special community events like an Easter Egg Hunt, Halloween Harvest Festival, and the Grape Escape. 

There are several expansive, multi-use parks within the community. Moraga Commons Park boasts athletic fields, a splash pad area, a skate park, and a children’s playground. Rancho Laguna Park has an expansive, rolling green lawn, large picnic areas, and children’s play spaces on the edge of town. 

Since 1973, the Moraga Country Club has provided its members with an elegant, exclusive experience. Members can access a championship-level golf course, aquatic facilities, and an athletic complex. 


The Moraga School District serves the community of Moraga. Excellent schools of note in the area include:

Overview for Moraga, CA

16,750 people live in Moraga, where the median age is 41.4 and the average individual income is $79,204. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

41.4 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Moraga, CA

Moraga has 5,505 households, with an average household size of 2.7. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Moraga do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 16,750 people call Moraga home. The population density is 1,770.42 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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47.99 / 52.01%

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Schools in Moraga, CA

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The following schools are within or nearby Moraga. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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9th - 12th
Donald L. Rheem Elementary
K - 5th
The Saklan School
PreK - 8th
No rating available
Los Perales Elementary
K - 5th
Camino Pablo Elementary
K - 5th
Joaquin Moraga Intermediate
6th - 8th

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