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

News Resources

Local News Agencies for Lamorinda

News24/680 Group is a collection of "Old School" journalists, tech-savvy "Young Turks," and supporters - all of us dedicated to bringing local news to the people in an unfiltered and unflinching new way. Visit: News24-680.com.

The Lamorinda Weekly is a free, full-color newspaper written for and by the citizens of Lafayette, Moraga, and Orinda. Visit: LamorindaWeekly.com.

Lafayette Today was established in 2007 and has a circulation of approximately 11,400. To learn more about this free publication visit YourMonthlyPaper.com.

The Orinda News is a monthly publication with a circulation of 10,000. Published by the Orinda Association, the News is mailed to every house and business in Orinda as well as distributed in key locations throughout the city. Visit: OrindaNews.org.

News Resources

Nixle keeps you up-to-date with relevant information from your local public safety departments & schools. Nixle’s mission is to enable secure communication channels to create safer and more informed communities. To sign up to receive this valuable alerts visit: Nixle.com.

Nextdoor is the free private social network for your neighborhood community. To see if your community already has a site, visit: Nextdoor.com.