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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
Laguna Niguel invites public to farewell reception for retiring police chief

LAGUNA NIGUEL The city will host a farewell reception, open to the public, Tuesday, Dec. 19, for chief of police services Matthew Barr, who is retiring Jan. 4. Barr has worked 33 years for the Orange County Sheriff's Department, the last 4 1/2 years in Laguna Niguel, which contracts with the department.

Laguna Niguel's annual holiday parade dazzles locals

Girl Scout Cadette Troop 2544 members carry the city banner in the annual Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017. Santa Claus joined more than 100 entries in the annual Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9. Residents lined Crown Valley Parkway to view marching bands, floats, equestrian units, exotic cars, military members and more.

Top Workplaces 2017: At Moulton Niguel Water District, it's about employee dreams

Joone Lopez says she challenges her 133 workers at the Moulton Niguel Water District she runs with a simple premise. "My proposition is: Think about the organization of your dreams.

Join Laguna Niguel's holiday parade down Crown Valley Parkway on Saturday

More than 100 marching bands, floats, horse units, exotic cars and other entries will participate in the annual Laguna Niguel Holiday Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9. The parade on Crown Valley Parkway starts 10 a.m. at Nueva Vista, south of Moulton Parkway, and ends at Crown Valley Park. Spectators are encouraged to arrive early and take advantage of the free shuttle, available from the Chet Holifield Federal Building parking lot off of Dorine Road and El Lazo from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. This year's grand marshal is Kira Kosarin, who stars in "Aladdin and His Winter Wish" at the Laguna Playhouse and best known for starring as Phoebe Thunderman on the Nickelodeon series "The Thundermans."

Laguna Niguel Councilman Slusiewicz resigns after discovering possible bullet hole in office window

Jerry Slusiewicz abruptly resigned as councilman Tuesday, Dec. 5, saying he feared for his family's safety after a window of his office had been shot over the weekend. Slusiewicz, who's been butting heads with city staff and the rest of the council over the past several months, sent a resignation letter to City Clerk Eileen Gomez around 6 p.m., an hour before the start of Tuesday's regular City Council meeting.

Laguna Niguel expected to postpone discussion on SunPointe housing development

The City Council is expected to postpone its public hearing and discussion on a proposed 71-unit housing development scheduled Tuesday, Dec. 5. Euland Capital Enterprises, the applicant and developer of the SunPointe project, requested the continuance, according to the city. The developer has been meeting with members of the Colinas De Capistrano Community Association and other stakeholders to address traffic and other concerns and needs more time, according to a Euland Capital Enterprises letter to the city.

Laguna Niguel welcomes the season with annual tree lighting

People gather around the newly lit Christmas tree outside the Laguna Niguel City Hall during the annual tree-lighting ceremony on Saturday, December 2, 2017. The annual lighting of the community Christmas tree on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Laguna Niguel City Hall marked the beginning of the holiday season.

2017 Jingle Bell Run draws thousands to Laguna Niguel Regional Park to combat arthritis

Friends Carley Bowles, 13, left, and Audrey Van Winkle, 12, engage battle towards the finish line during the Jingle Bell Run in Laguna Niguel on Sunday, Dec 3, 2017. The annual event was sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation.

San Juan rings the holiday bell

Laguna Beach's Musical Theatre University lends an old-school flair to Saturday night's Christmas tree-lighting ceremony at Historic Town Center Park in San Juan Capistrano. Performers from Musical Theatre University of Laguna Beach sing and dance at Historic Town Center Park in San Juan Capistrano.

Moulton Niguel Water District celebrates conservation program, honors participants

Moulton Niguel Water District recognized local resident Doug Freck, who participated in the turf removal program. From left: board President Donald Froelich, board member Duane Cave, board member Larry Lizotte, Vice President Brian Probolsky, Laguna Hills resident Doug Freck, board member Dick Fiore, Vice President Scott Colton and board member Gary Kurtz.

Press Releases: Ambassador Tina Kaidanow, Principal Deputy Assistant...

Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Tina Kaidanow will travel to California, the Republic of Korea, and the Philippines November 29-December 7, for discussions on a variety of international security issues. In Laguna Niguel, California, Ambassador Kaidanow will deliver remarks at the annual Board of Governors' Meeting of the Aerospace Industries Association.

Arr! Temecula to re-open park with pirate-themed playground

Shane Newell joined the Orange County Register as a community reporter covering Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel. He now covers Temecula and Murrieta for The Press-Enterprise.

Emergency 'super doctor' enlists in military after serving in flood zone

Dr. Imran Faruqi poses for a photograph in Riverside on Monday, November 20, 2017. When 19-year-old Imran Faruqi walked into an old fire station with beat-up equipment in Washington, D.C.'s tough southeast side, he found his soul.

Laguna Niguel City Council appoints Elaine Gennawey mayor, names Kristine Ridge city manager

Laguna Niguel City Hall. ///ADDITIONAL INFO: s.ln.cityhally.0822 - 8/22/11 - PHOTO BY JOSHUA SUDOCK, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER - Laguna Niguel City Hall is preparing for its grand opening.

San Clemente news briefs: Bus trade-offs, signs at the outlets,...

The Outlets at San Clemente are asking the city to approve permanent freeway-oriented signs in lieu of banner signs displayed now. The Orange County Transportation Authority reports its decision in 2016 to reduce or eliminate low-demand bus routes in order to improve services in core areas is yielding results.

Riverside man admits to forgery, elder abuse for exploiting a woman in O.C.

A Riverside man who stole about $75,000 from his wife's cousin before the senior citizen's death, then having her cremated and trying to sell her Laguna Niguel home without the family's knowledge, pleaded guilty Tuesday to several dozen felony charges and was immediately sentenced to three years in prison. William Marion "James" Carter, 67, pleaded guilty to 23 counts of forgery, seven counts of grand theft, four counts of burglary and two counts each of attempting to file a false or forged document and forgery of public seals, as well as single counts each of elder abuse, attempted grand theft, possession of a forged driver's license and money laundering.

Potential new owners have meet-and-greet with rescued bulldogs

Fuzzy Wuzzy, a French bulldog full of energy, has been very popular with folks hoping to adopt one of the 78 English and French bulldogs who were rescued from a suspected breeder earlier this month. Kelly Fortin of Laguna Niguel played and cuddled with Fuzzy Wuzzy on Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the Westminster Adoption Group and Services where she joined other families meeting the rescues, hoping for a match.

Shop and dine in Laguna Niguel this season for gift-card drawing

Santa can shop for the kiddos in Laguna Niguel this year to be entered in a drawing for gift cards. The Laguna Niguel Chamber of Commerce is launching its Shop & Dine Laguna Niguel Campaign starting on Black Friday, Nov. 24. This is a great time to support local businesses and keep sales tax dollars in the community.

OCTA Sees Nearly 20 Percent Boost in Bus Riders in Areas of Improved Service

OC Bus ridership continues to see positive gains in areas where the Orange County Transportation Authority has focused on improving service through the OC Bus 360A program, changes that were implemented beginning just over a year ago. According to the results of a report presented to the OCTA Board of Directors today, bus ridership was up 19.6 percent as of September 2017 compared to a year earlier on routes in core areas of the county where service was improved.

South Laguna Community Garden kicks off holiday festivities

The South Laguna Garden Band performs on stage during an arts and crafts fair at the garden on Sunday, November 19, 2017. The South Laguna Garden Band performs on stage during an arts and crafts fair at the garden on Sunday, November 19, 2017.

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