Staying Safe in Orinda~Comprehensive Guidance From Orinda's Top Safety Officials


Following an armed robbery that occurred in an Orinda residential driveway last fall, community members asked Orinda Association President, Cindy Powell, to bring together Orinda safety officials to address community concerns, resulting in a November 2016 Orinda Safety Forum. Open to the public, the forum featured police, fire, and emergency preparedness officials, who shared important information and answered questions on safety. Produced and created by Susan Garell, the video Staying Safe in Orinda~Comprehensive Guidance From Orinda's Top Safety Officials is based on the forum and further in-depth interviews.  

The airdates countywide on CCTV Comcast Channel 27 are as follows through June 30th:
Monday, 8 pm
Wednesday, 10 am
Friday, 2 pm
Sunday, 9 am

The airdates in Lamorinda on CCTV Comcast Channel 26 are as follows through June 30th:
Tues & Thurs  7 pm
Sun, Weds & Fri 11 am
Mon & Sat 3 pm

Important Emergency Numbers In and Around Lamorinda

Lafayette Juniors

Lafayette JuniorsLafayette Juniors – Celebrating more than 60 years of helping others

The Lafayette Juniors, founded in 1953 and celebrating more than 60 years of service, is a non-profit organization made up of local women who come together to raise funds and offer service in support of other non-profits that serve children, families, and seniors in need throughout Contra Costa and neighboring counties in the San Francisco area.

In the past 16 years alone, the Juniors through the dedication of members and the generosity of partners, sponsors, and participants have raised more than $550,000 for Bay Area non-profit groups and offered countless hours of service, creating yearly traditions such as sewing pillows for cancer patients, making blankets for foster children, and writing holiday cards for seniors.

The Lafayette Juniors look forward to continuing in this tradition of giving for years to come. Our 2014-15 beneficiaries are: Ruby’s Place, Boys & Girls Club of Diablo Valley, Las Trampas, Trinity Center Walnut Creek, and VESTIA (Volunteer & Emergency Services Team in Action).

A sample of other community organizations Juniors have been able to help throughout the last 60 years include: New Day for Children * CoachArt * Contra Costa Interfaith Housing * Lafayette Library and Learning Center * We Care * Shelter, Inc * CASA * SEED * VESTIA * Lafayette Chamber of Commerce * Senior Helpline Services * Futures Explored, Inc * Child Abuse Prevention Council * Lafayette Better Schools * Newborn Connection * Bay Area Crisis Center * The Wellness Center * Meals on Wheels * Rape Crisis Center of Contra Costa County * Youth Homes * Brighter Beginnings * Deer Hill Ranch * Lamorinda Spirit Van * Tot Drop * Acalanes Adult Education Center * City of Lafayette * Middle School Youth Mentoring * Lafayette Crime Prevention * Pennies for Pines * Lafayette Community Center * Barbi Bozzini Fund * Acalanes High School * American Association of University Women * Community Violence Soultions * Center for Early Intervention of Deafness * Youth Movement Records * The Organization for Youth Services * Lafayette Parks and Recreation * Contact Care * California Federation of Women’s Clubs * Xenophon Therapeutic Riding Center * Kindergym * J. F. Kapnek Trust * Reassurance Contact Care * Human Race * LPIE * Acalanes Art Contest * Volunteer Emergency Services * Lafayette Community Foundation * New York Firefighters * Tot Lot * LMYA * Lafayesta Night * Lafayette Puppet Show

For more about the Lafayette Juniors, visit