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Laguna Niguel is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The major parks of the city include Aliso Wood Canyons Regional Park, Badlands Park and Laguna Niguel Regional Park. Interestingly over one third of Laguna Niguel has been designated as open space. In 1971 a 1,000,000 square foot ziggurat building was constructed in Laguna Niguel. The building, known as the Chet Holifield Federal Building, is home to millions of microfilms as documents of land agreements between the US government and the Indian Tribes that originally inhabited the southwest of the country.

Population: 61891
Local Newspapers: Costa Mesa Daily Pilot Huntington Beach Independent
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with laguna niguel, california: 92677
Towns/Cities near laguna niguel, california : San Juan Capistrano Dana Point Aliso Viejo Laguna Beach

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Visit a fairy kingdom during Mission Viejo's Arts Alive Festival

This year, Lily, queen of the fairies, and her coterie, the Caring Fairies, have taken up residence along the picturesque Oso Creek Trail in Mission Viejo. With a queen's castle and a village about 40 tiny fairy homes, they will be officially introduced to the neighborhood at the city's Arts Alive Festival from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, April 28 and 29, at the Oso Viejo Community Park on the Village Green.

Help kick off this year's Coastal Communities Relay for Life at The Outlets

Cancer survivors carry a banner while walking in the opening "survivors lap" to kick off the annual Relay For Life in San Clemente on Saturday, August 26, 2017. Cancer survivors, caregivers, volunteers, and community members will gather to kick off the American Cancer Society's Coastal Communities 2018 Relay For Life fundraising season.

How to celebrate Earth Day in Pasadena

Students at John Malcom Elementary School in Laguna Niguel look at soil samples during an Earth Day celebration on Wednesday, April 18. The free event includes outdoor activities at Pasadena Memorial Park and indoor activities across the street at the Armory Center for the Arts. People can join in on yoga, drum circle beats and listen to live music.

Laguna Niguel opts out of sanctuary status, joining growing group of...

After dozens of speakers on both sides voiced their opinion, the City Council unanimously voted to support the County of Orange and a growing number of cities to condemn SB-54, also known as the California Values Act, in an amicus brief challenging the constitutionality of the new state law. "In Laguna Niguel our top priority is public safety," Laguna Niguel Mayor Elaine Gennawey said Tuesday, April 17. "We support our police officers and the rule of law.

Protesters fight against homeless moving to Irvine: 'We will decide who comes into the city'

Suzie Sheng, center, protesting with the Irvine Tent City Protest group on Tuesday after an Irvine City Council meeting was adjourned early. They wanted to make an impact by filling up the City Council chambers Tuesday to fight against the homeless moving to Irvine, but officials turned most of the crowd away at an unexpectedly short meeting.

Orange County Scraps Homeless Shelter Plan

Orange County supervisors unanimously voted on March 27 to rescind a three-city homeless shelter plan previously proposed to combat the growing issue of homelessness. Originally approved on March 19, the plan would have placed up to 400 homeless people from Santa Ana and other parts of the county in each of three new shelters in Irvine, Laguna Niguel, and Huntington Beach.

OPED: The case for nongovernmental 'sanctuary'

Across the country, many institutions of everyday life - churches, schools, employers, businesses and nonprofits of every stripe - are taking bold steps to protect undocumented immigrants. OPED: The case for nongovernmental 'sanctuary' Across the country, many institutions of everyday life - churches, schools, employers, businesses and nonprofits of every stripe - are taking bold steps to protect undocumented immigrants.

Orange County betrays its residents with its ugly ways

People opposing sanctuary state laws at the Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting in Santa Ana, Calif., on March 27, 2018. People opposing sanctuary state laws at the Orange County Board of Supervisors meeting in Santa Ana, Calif., on March 27, 2018.

Octomom shares video of her many children filling up the doctor's waiting room

EXCLUSIVE: 'Misunderstood' bride behind viral 'you got the prom but I get the wedding' post reveals she's been told to commit SUICIDE over 'jealous' article she wrote about fiance's school exes 'When your kids fill up an entire pediatricians office': Octomom shares sweet video of her kids in the doctor's waiting room Suleman made headlines in 2009 after using IVF and becoming pregnant with eight babies while she was unemployed and already a mother of six 'Octomom' Nadya Suleman has proof that parents who think their pediatrician's office wait times are absurd, actually have nothing to complain about.

Education remains key to reducing opioid tragedies

California State Senate Republican Leader Patricia Bates will introduce Senate Bill 1109 which addresses the opioid crisis in North County. Courtesy photo The opioid epidemic has negatively impacted the lives of millions of people across the nation, and San Diego County is no exception.

Laguna Niguel's youth get a crash course in civic engagement

One of my priorities as mayor of Laguna Niguel is to engage our young people, create enthusiasm in civics, and develop opportunities to participate in community and government. Local government is at its best when the compassion and integrity of the community is put into action.

Santa Ana leaders say other Orange County cities aren't sharing ...

A homeless encampment fills a plaza at the Civic Center in Santa Ana. Frustrated by some city leaders' reluctance to host an emergency shelter in their town, Santa Ana officials plan to fire off letters demanding other Orange County communities do their part in solving the regional problem of homelessness.

What happens when a judge calls on Orange County cities to talk about housing homeless people?

Shawn Chapman holds a sign showing support for U.S. District Court Judge David Carter outside the federal building in Santa Ana on Tuesday. Carter held a court session wherein he invited all of Orange CountyA*s mayors and city managers to talk about housing homeless people.

With river trail cleared of homeless, Orange County shifts focus to Santa Ana Civic Center camp

Following the same template they used along the Santa Ana River Trail, Orange County officials on Monday began preparations to clear homeless encampments from the Civic Center in Santa Ana. The county health care agency dispatched social workers to connect with those in need of housing and determine where a bed might be available to them and what other help they require.

In fighting homeless camp, Irvine's Asians win, but at a cost

One by one, the buses pulled up to the Orange County Hall of Administration last week carrying posters with messages such as "No Tent City" and "No Homeless in Irvine." A week earlier, county officials announced that they were considering placing emergency homeless shelters in Irvine as well as in Laguna Niguel and in Huntington Beach.

Killing homeless shelter plan was 'courageous,' Huntington Beach mayor says

Huntington Beach leaders expressed thanks to the Orange County Board of Supervisors for its vote Tuesday to scrap a plan to have county staff study moving hundreds of homeless people to temporary shelters in Huntington, Laguna Niguel and Irvine. In its 4-0 vote, the board opted to come up with a new plan under the watchful eye of a federal judge overseeing a civil rights lawsuit by seven homeless people and their advocates over the county's recent clearing of encampments along the Santa Ana River trail.

Plan to build housing for homeless veterans, women proposed in Irvine

Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer and Irvine Mayor Don Wagner on Wednesday, March 28, announced a proposal to build permanent housing for homeless veterans and women on county-owned land near Irvine Boulevard and Alton Parkway to help alleviate the regional homeless problem. The county has plans to build senior and multi-family housing at the proposed site, which is vacant and across Alton Parkway from the James A. Musick jail.

O.C. supervisors rescind vote to place homeless shelters in Irvine,...

Thousands of people, mostly from Irvine, protest the Orange County Board of Supervisors' homeless plan in Santa Ana on Tuesday, Mar 27, 2018. Homeless man Michael "MJ" Diehl, center, laughs as he visits with people protesting the Orange County Board of Supervisors' homeless plan in Santa Ana on Tuesday, Mar 27, 2018.

Southern California has the resources to solve homelessness. It chooses not to

A homeless woman wearing a glamorous dress while being evicted with her belongings from a homeless encampment along the Santa Ana River on Nov. 10, 2017. Disdain for street people is nothing new.

Battle over what to do about the homeless continues in Orange County

Last month authorities cleared out an illegal and dangerous homeless camp along the Santa Ana River in Orange County, California. Some 700 men and women were told to pack up their belongings but left behind over 400 tons of garbage and a couple tons of human waste.

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