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San Clemente is known for its great surfing opportunities. It is considered the surfing media capital of the world and a leading surfing destination. The Surfing Magazine, Surfer's Journal and Longboard Magazine are based in San Clemente. The city has a lot of surfboard shapers and manufactures including Lost Surfboards, Stewart Surfboards and Cole Surfboards. Notable residents have included 37th President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat Nixon, as well as professional surfers Mike Parsons and Colin McPhillips.

Population: 49936
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
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Zip Codes associated with san clemente, california: 92672 92673
Towns/Cities near san clemente, california : Dana Point San Juan Capistrano

San Clemente News
San Clemente looks to 'Paul Walker' statue to keep sharks at bay

San Clemente Councilman Tim Brown with his statue of the late actor Paul Walker, placed on display at City Hall to inspire and to help ward off sharks. Was this year's influx of great white sharks off San Clemente caused by the City Council's refusal to erect a bigger-than-life statue of the late actor Paul Walker on the pier? As a result of those suspicions, you can visit San Clemente City Hall this summer and, on display, will be the next-best thing: A 1-foot-tall statue of the actor who died in a 2013 car crash, famous for his "Fast and the Furious" movie series.

San Clemente to build safety wall along Camino del Rio after...

A car heads uphill Wednesday, July 19, on San Clemente's Camino del Rio past homes that the City Council says will get a block wall as a safety measure. SAN CLEMENTE Life has changed for residents of Camino del Rio since January, when their formerly dead-end street was connected to Avenida La Pata.

Dana Point business leader leaves chamber reinvigorated and with $300,000 in reserves

Heather Johnston leaves the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce after 5 years. She is credited with doing a lot to bolster the positive growth of business in the city including the development of the Lantern District.

Common Sense up next in San Clemente free beach concert series

Reggae band Common Sense will play San Clemente's beach concert series on Thursday, July 27. Catch the reggae music of Common Sense in the next installment of San Clemente's free beach concert series, produced by the Friends of San Clemente Foundation.

Driving a deal on toll road extension

A sign along Oso Parkway directs motorists to turn northbound onto the 241 Toll Road. Southbound, the toll road ends at Oso Parkway.

GOP incumbents lead Dems in O.C. congressional fundraising

Several Democrats have gotten off to unusually strong fundraising starts in challenges of Orange County's four Republican members of Congress, but the incumbents performed even better and easily outpaced their opponents, according to semi-annual campaign disclosures filed over the weekend. However, there are multiple Democratic candidates in all four races - and in two of those contests, total Democratic fundraising surpassed that of the GOP incumbent, indicating that a single Democrat to emerge from the June 2018 primary could be financially competitive come the general election.

San Clemente doctor disciplined after criminal conviction

A San Clemente doctor has been placed on seven years state Medical Board probation after pleading guilty to aiding the practice of unlicensed medicine. Dr. Eva Gentile reached the settlement with the board, which includes the requirement that she hire a monitor to oversee her billing and ensure that she practices medicine safely, the documents say.

Border agents seize drug trifecta in $560K bust

Border Patrol agents on I-5 arrested a man yesterday who had heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine hidden in his 2006 Chevrolet Equinox. SAN CLEMENTE, Calif.

San Clemente's Public Safety Task Force eyes homeless encampments, other issues

Sheriff's Lt. Mike Peters, chief of police services in San Clemente, addresses fellow members of the city's new Public Safety Task Force at its inaugural meeting July 7. Homelessness and visibility of law enforcement are key issues that San Clemente's newly appointed Public Safety Task Force will give priority.

San Clemente's improvements at El Camino Real, Camino del Rio are up and running

On Tuesday afternoon, July 11, with the ocean as a backdrop, a cyclist pedals San Clemente's new two-way bicycle route between North Beach and Poche Beach. At right is a path striped for pedestrians.

'The Grand Tour' at the Pageant of the Masters opens Friday

Dan Stonebraker, left, of Anaheim, a sculptor and official poser for the Pageant of the Masters, makes some final adjustments to cast member Ray Lewis of Aliso Viejo, playing a metallic Duke Ellington statue, during a pageant dress rehearsal on Thursday, June 8, 2017. Pageant of the Masters make-up artist Diane Babcock of Laguna Beach paints silver paint on the face of cast member Ray Lewis of Aliso Viejo for his role as a metallic statue of Duke Ellington during a dress rehearsal for the annual Laguna Beach pageant on Thursday evening, June 8, 2017.

The after-party: Volunteers help clean up big mess left by Fourth of July beachgoers

Mark Gale of San Clemente, a member of the Doheny Longboard Surfing Association, walks past a beach chair left behind as he helps clean up Doheny State Beach early Wednesday morning, July 5, 2017, following the Fourth of July celebrations at the beach in Dana Point. A half of watermelon sits on a picnic table as Debbie and Mark Gale, left, along with Bob Anderssen, right, all of San Clemente and members of the Doheny Longboard Surfing Association, help clean up Doheny State Beach early Wednesday morning, July 5, 2017, following the Fourth of July celebrations at the beach in Dana Point.

Orange County crews fighting La Pata Fire in San Clemente

Orange County Fire Authority crews are fighting a 15-acre brush fire, dubbed the La Pata Fire, in San Clemente near Camp Pendleton. La Pata Fire: 2 Helicopters & 2 Air Tankers making water drops.

What you want to know about California's failed housing affordability law

A gardener works in the yard at the former Linda Vista Hospital that is now affordable housing. Where will new housing go? A gardener works in the yard at the former Linda Vista Hospital that is now affordable housing.

Abuses of TCA: Stopping the 241 Extension is ALL of our Fight

Supervisor Spitzer had a cow - you would have too - when he heard, at last month's TCA meeting , about the high-handed, authoritarian, anti-democratic tactics his agency had used to stifle public input at June 5's so-called "PUBLIC FORUM" on the 241 toll road extension, at Saddleback College.

San Clemente police celebrate longtime senior volunteer, now 90

Neil Barbanell displays a San Clemente Police Department badge, from when the city had its own police department. Neil Barbanell was a young man of 63 when he signed up for the San Clemente Police Department's Retired Senior Volunteer Program.

San Clemente invites artists to paint the town in one-day competition

Artist Rick Delanty takes part in the one-day "Paint the Town," competition in San Clemente on Sunday, July 2, 2017. His style is impressionism.

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