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Lake Forest is located in southwestern California in Orange County. It has two lakes, which are manmade, giving the city the first part of its name. The second half of the city's name comes from the "forest" area that consists of mostly Eucalyptus trees. The eyewear manufacturer, Oakley Inc. is headquartered in the city. Notable residents of Lake Forest have included actress Christine Woods (Flash Forward) and bassist Ginger Reyes (The Smashing Pumpkins, Halo Friendlies).

Population: 58707
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
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Zip Codes associated with lake forest, california: 92610 92630
Towns/Cities near lake forest, california : Rancho Santa Margarita Mission Viejo Laguna Hills Irvine Aliso Viejo

Lake Forest News
Aliso Creek banks losing ground in Lake Forest

The section of Aliso Creek behind John Pherrin's home is littered with fallen trees and broken up concrete that diverts the path of the water to erode the embankment. The latest storms to hit Orange County have eroded the banks of Aliso Creek north of Trabuco Road in Lake Forest.

Trial begins for former policeman accused of wrongly putting gun to...

SANTA ANA An off-duty Signal Hill police officer used excessive force when he dragged another driver out of his car and put a gun to the man's head for supposedly cutting him off on the freeway, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Trial began in Orange County Superior Court for Jacob Emory Swigger, 41, of Lake Forest, who is facing felony charges of assault and battery by a police officer and assault with a firearm for a confrontation with another driver on the I-405 freeway on Nov. 20, 2014.

Does Lake Forest mayor have a conflict in working as Irvine mayor's assistant?

LAKE FOREST Several residents have expressed conflict of interest concerns after learning that Mayor Scott Voigts is working as an assistant to Irvine Mayor Don Wagner. Voigts, who worked as a senior assistant for Wagner while he was a state Assemblyman, is now listed as a council executive assistant for Wagner, making $24.02 per hour, according to At the Feb. 7 City Council meeting, residents asked Voigts where his allegiances would be if the two neighboring cities were to reach a conflict.

[ACCIDENT] Driver of Suspected Stolen Corvette Killed in Crash

A man behind the wheel of a suspected stolen Corvette lost his life after a collision left the car virtually unrecognizable as a Chevrolet sports car. A photo on shows the Corvette literally ripped to shreds next to a large tree, with one of the few recognizable parts being the hood.

Man dies in Lake Forest crash after police chase

LAKE FOREST A man driving a stolen Corvette died after he crashed the car in Lake Forest following a police chase Thursday night, authorities said. At about 6:30 p.m., someone reported the Corvette stolend from Mission Viejo.

WASC threatens to pull accreditation from Oxford Preparatory Academy

CHINO >> The commission that accredits schools and colleges across the western United States is threatening to withdraw its accreditation of embattled Oxford Preparatory Academy. On Feb. 1, the Western Association of Schools and Colleges sent a letter to Denise Pascoe, the interim executive director of the chain of charter schools, notifying her that the commission may withhold accreditation status for the school's Chino campus.

'Hot Cars' raise funds for Meals on Wheels

Sam Scalleat of Laguna Woods peaks into the window of a 1952 Chevy coup during the Hot Wheels for Meals on Wheels fundraising car show at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Laguna Woods on Sunday, February 12, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer Laguna Woods residents and visiting car enthusiasts check out classics on display during the Hot Wheels for Meals on Wheels Car Show, benefiting Age Well Senior Services' Meals on Wheels program, at Lutheran Church of the Cross on Sunday, February 12, 2017.

Orange County sued again over clearing riverbed homeless encampment

Orange County has been sued for the second time in four days over allegations that it broke the law when it recently cleared out portions of a homeless encampment along the riverbed in Orange to make room to stockpile boulders and sand for flood control purposes. The federal lawsuit, filed Monday on behalf of several homeless people, alleges that during the county's actions last week and in recent months, workers destroyed some property belonging to homeless individuals and moved other items to a remote Lake Forest location that made it nearly impossible for homeless people to retrieve their things.

Lake Forest residents fed up with Bennett Ranch parking

Hoping to find a solution to constant overflow parking in the Bennett Ranch and Viejo West neighborhoods, several residents offered personal experiences to the Lake Forest City Council during its discussion about parking situations Tuesday night. Residents said parking in the 354-home community, which runs from 2nd Street to Trabuco Road along Cherry Avenue, has been a problem since June.

200 miles later, Lake Forest resident completes non-stop run for Children's Hospital of Orange County

Jesse Zweig, 28, second from left, flashes a smile to family and friends on mile 158 along the hills of Antonio Parkway. near Ortega Highway.

Johnny Rockets unveils restaurant of the future at The Outlets in Orange

Lake Forest-based Johnny Rockets unveiled a restaurant of the future at The Outlets at Orange. The location contains new decor and a completely new menu.

Lottery open for free pet spay and neuter day at Mission Viejo clinic

Turbo hangs out in the arms of vet receptionist Hunter Morgan as Jean Giles, of Lake Forest. registers her dog for a free spay and neuter service offered by Alicia Pet Care Center.

Lake Forest man to run 200 miles to raise funds for CHOC

Jesse Zweig, 28, will use two GPS watches in succession, due to battery life, to communicate with family and friends who'll follow behind him in a small RV during his upcoming 200-mile run. Jesse Zweig, 28, feels fortunate to be in good health and be a runner.

Air board's cleanup relies on voluntary emissions cuts and is too weak, opponents say; vote delayed

The South Coast Air Quality Management District board voted 9-3 to delay a decision after new board member Sheila Kuehl, a Los Angeles County supervisor, said the plan needed to be strengthened to ensure more pollution cuts. The South Coast Air Quality Management District board voted 9-3 to delay a decision after new board member Sheila Kuehl, a Los Angeles County supervisor, said the plan needed to be strengthened to ensure more pollution cuts.

RSM to study public transit options along Antonio

The Rancho Santa Margarita City Council is interested in boosting public transit in the city after two Orange County Transportation Authority bus routes were either cut or saw reduction in service in October. Noting a lack of public transit along Antonio Parkway after OCTA cut a portion of Route 82 serving the city, the City Council voted unanimously to approve a professional services agreement with Transportation Management & Design, Inc. to explore options for a local transit circulator within the city.

More great photos of National Signing Day at Orange County schools

Athletes from Mission Viejo High signed their letters of intent in a ceremony held at the school gym Wednesday morning. Five softball players from the school signed their letters today, from left are Kyra Snyder, University of Louisville.

SnowFest a sliding success at Pittsford Park

Megan Ulibarri, 8, and her brother Nathan Ulibarri, 6, of Lake Forest make it snow on their newly built snowman during SnowFest at Pittsford Park on Saturday. PHOTO BY JEFF ANTENORE, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Kids and adults sled down a snow-covered hill in Lake Forest's Pittsford Park, dubbed "Mount Pittsford," during the city's annual SnowFest on Saturday afternoon.

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