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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

Laguna Niguel News
On eve of Aliso Viejo's birthday, a look back at the city's history

Residents wait in line to enter the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center for Aliso Viejo's 15th anniversary pool party in 2016. This photo shows the Edwards Theaters on Aliso Creek Road as the city of Aliso Viejo was being developed.

Big league baseball's founding documents to be auctioned

This image provided by SCP Auctions shows details of the preamble page to the 1876 constitution that founded the National League of Professional Base Ball and its objectives, leading to the modern business of big league sports, that is going up for sale at SCP Auctions in Laguna Niguel, Calif. SCP Auctions expects the papers to draw millions when the auction starts Wednesday, May 24. This image provided by SCP Auctions shows the first page of the minutes of a meeting of eight clubs on Dec. 17, 1875, in Louisville, Ky., to form the 1876 constitution that founded the National League of Professional Base Ball and the modern business of big league sports, that is going up for sale at SCP Auctions in Laguna Niguel, Calif.

Big league baseball's founding documents to be auctioned

This May 18, 2017, photo shows Dan Imler, vice president of SCP Auctions, with the bound volume of the 1876 constitution that founded the National League of Professional Base Ball and the modern business of big league sports, that is going up for sale at SCP Auctions in Laguna Niguel, Calif. A replica of a period baseball is at left; a modern ball is at right.

Plan your Laguna Niguel summer staycation

It is hard to believe that summer is already here. Where has the year gone so far? It seems it was Presidents Day, then Mother's Day, just yesterday.

Teens music and arts festival returns to Laguna Niguel

Hanna Eyre, a contestant earlier this year on "The Voice," performs with her band, The Ashleys, during the Laguna Niguel Youth Committee's annual Music and Arts Festival at Crown Valley Park on Friday evening, May 19, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer Members of The Ashleys, including "The Voice" contestant Hanna Eyre, bassist Sawyer Kooyman, left, and guitarist Dorje Pradhan perform on stage at the Crown Valley Park Amphitheater during Friday's concert on May 19, 2017.

Laguna Niguel's summer concert series returns with '50s rock

Tommy Tassi takes to the crowd to entertain as Tommy Tassi and the Authentics open up Laguna Niguel's Summer Concert Series in 2016. R Laguna Niguel's summer concert series returns on Friday, June 9 with a performance from Tommy Tassi and The Authentics.

Loose Ends

Among other topics, the mayor talked about what it is like to play golf with both Bill Clinton and Donald Trump . I also asked him if Trump's tweeting could't be reined in-can't Jared or Ivanka take his phone away? Giuliani agreed that Trump's impulsive tweets are a problem but said taking his phone away wouldn't work for a simple reason: "He has more than one phone."

Things to do in Orange County this week, May 19-25

"Hana's Suitcase": By Karen Levin and adapted for the stage by Emil Sher is a true story that begins in March 2000, when a suitcase arriveS at the children's Holocaust education center in Tokyo. On the outside, in white paint, are the words: "Hana Brady, May 16, 1931, Waisenkind" .

Laguna Niguel council holds public hearing on ban of short-term rentals

The Laguna Niguel City Council discussed short-term rentals at its May 16 meeting. The Laguna Niguel City Council held a public hearing on Tuesday, May 16 regarding a proposed zoning code amendment to confirm a ban of short-term rentals in the city's residential zoning districts.

Laguna Niguel briefly, May 16

The Crown Valley pool will experience intermittent closures throughout June. The pool is expected to close from June 3 to 10 and on the evenings when the summer concerts are being held.

Hundreds attend town hall on flight paths, airplane noise in Laguna Niguel

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Costa Mesa, spoke at a town hall on flight paths and airplane noise at Laguna Niguel City Hall on Monday, May 15. More than 175 people crowded into the Laguna Niguel council chambers on Monday, May 15 to hear Orange County Supervisors Lisa Bartlett and Todd Spitzer, in addition to Rep. Dana Rohrabacher , speak on changes in FAA flight paths and airplane noise. The town hall, in which two representatives from John Wayne Airport shared flight path data and ways for residents to track planes overhead, offered residents tips on how to contact the FAA about their concerns.

Months after tragedy, Laguna Niguel Elementary teachers reflect on the late Scott Clark

Laguna Niguel Elementary School teacher and triathlete Scott Clark, 55, died Tuesday, less than two weeks after being struck by a car in Laguna Niguel. Clark finished his last Ironman in August 2016 in Boulder, Colorado.

Laguna Niguel crime call log, May 7-13

Reckless driving: 11:51 a.m. Moulton Parkway and 73. A caller said a dump truck was swerving and almost hit a toll booth. Indecent exposure: 3:31 a.m. Avery Parkway and Camino Capistrano.

Hawaiian-inspired home in Laguna Niguel has 29,000 square feet, plus a private guard shack

The newly built house at 16 Morning Dove in Laguna Niguel has a flair for the dramatic, with imposing sculptures, plenty of open spaces and high ceilings. The dining room is awash in white, as are several other rooms in the main house and guest house.

Laguna Niguel council supports adding more sheriff's deputies

The Laguna Niguel City Council discussed the budget at a May 10 workshop. At a meeting lasting nearly four hours, the Laguna Niguel City Council reviewed the city's 2017-18 fiscal year draft budget and supported adding more resources, including two sheriff's deputies.

Injured bicyclist airlifted to hospital after fall on Laguna Niguel trail

A bicyclist suffered serious but not life-threatening injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital after falling off his bike at the top of Coyote Run Trail, fire authorities said. The man, who lost control of his bike while riding down the trail, was discovered by other people at the 28300 block of Alicia Parkway, according to Orange County Fire Authority Capt.

10 hotel gyms with invigorating views

Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2pvSrC4 The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, Orange County, Calif.: Orange County isn't shy about adding a little bling, and this Ritz-Carlton gym follows suit. Orchids the color of Concord grapes greet guests at the entrance, and mirrors trimmed in etched glass decorate the locker room.

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