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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
Briefly San Clemente: Learn to survive, street restriping, spooky stuff, stinky stuff, and more

Orange County Public Works is in the final phase of completing a project that began in April, 2014, the La Pata Gap Closure. It includes construction of Avenida La Pata as a new link between San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano, adding a Camino del Rio connector and widening La Pata between San Juan Hills High School and Ortega Highway.

Illuminating Effort: Pier Pride Hosts Second Annual Fundraiser for the Iconic San Clemente Structure

As the sun dipped below the horizon over the Pacific Ocean, people joined together at the San Clemente Pier to celebrate the efforts of Pier Pride on Oct. 13. The organization Pier Pride was established about a year and a half ago as a way to help raise funds for the iconic San Clemente structure following the dissolution of the state's redevelopment agency funds. Hundreds of twinkling lights from cell phones and flashlights created a constellation of white dots suspended by the dark of night.

San Clemente seeks assurances from state, feds that open space will be protected from a toll road

A group calling itself NOMI stood quietly at an Oct. 12 Transportation Corridor Agency meeting, advocating no tollway extension south of Oso Parkway. An Irvine police officer, hired by the TCA, visible back in the corner, quietly observed.

Support for San Clemente's pier grows, as $1.8 million rehab is about to begin

Volunteers at the end of the San Clemente Pier hold up their lighted cell phones in unison at an Oct. 13 "Light Up the Pier" event organized by the PierPride Foundation. At a PierPride Foundation event Oct. 13 on the San Clemente Pier and at Casa Romantica Cultural Center and Gardens, passersby were introduced to a new fundraising tool: PierPride wine.

Thrill rides and stone lifting elevate San Clemente's 2017 fall carnival

Mike Congdon carries a 320 pound boulder as he competes for the All American Stones of Strength and wins after doing eight repetitions in 60 seconds during the San ClementeA*s Carnival Colossal and Food Truck Festival at Vista Hermosa Sports Park on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Stone lifting, a sport said to date back to 1,500 BC in Northern Europe, is gaining a foothold in Orange County.

San Clemente approves historic preservation agreement for landmark Miramar Theater

This rendering shows how a restored former Miramar Theater and bowling alley in San Clemente, shuttered for decades, could be restored and reborn as restaurants, foreground, and an events center, in background. San Clemente's shuttered Miramar Theater and bowling alley, each of them a landmark at North Beach, appear headed toward restoration and rebirth as restaurants and an events center.

Parrotheads party it up with Jimmy Buffett in Irvine

Jenna Young of Redlands, left, gets a kiss from "Cozmic Joe" of Santa Ana at the tailgate party for the Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band's annual return to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine. Hairdos and Hawaiian shirts were the order of the day for friends attending the Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band's concert at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine.

Red Ribbon Parade returns to San Clemente on Monday

Las Palmas Elementary School students march down Avenida Del Mar during the 2016 Red Ribbon Parade in downtown San Clemente. For a colorful, uplifting experience that'll only take a few minutes of your day, check out San Clemente's annual Red Ribbon Parade.

Hundreds walk to raise awareness for hunger and homelessness in South Orange County

Micah Briscoe, 11, of San Clemente left no walker behind. He waited for the last participant to finish as he cheered on and high fived each one during the South Orange County's 30th Annual Hunger Walk held in San Clemente event on Sun., Oct. 15. Dick Veale of San Clemente, directing traffic, is not to busy to give encouragement and high fives to participants in the South Orange County's 30th Annual Hunger Walk held in San Clemente on Sun., Oct. 15. "You're a winner.

Albano's Top 30 O.C. football rankings

JSerra's Tyler Shimomura has no one behind him after catching a pass during a Trinity League game at Orange Coast College's Dick Tucker Field in Costa Mesa on Friday, October 13, 2017. The toughest O.C. Top 25 rankings so far this football season is in the books.

JSerra's Grover, Dana Hills boys winners at Orange County Championships

JSerra's Anthony Grover passes Jack Landgraf of Dana Hills to finish first in the boys Varsity sweeps during the Orange County Cross Country Championships at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Jack Landgraf of Dana Hills warms up before the boys Varsity sweeps during the Orange County Cross Country Championships at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, October 14, 2017.

The Charms and Dangers of the Charitable Remainder Trust

A look at charitable remainder trust that offers income to the donors or their beneficiaries while alive, and then bequeaths the remainder after death to charities. Accountant and financial planner Charles McLucas Jr. vividly recalls the first time he crafted a charitable remainder trust.

Have One Room that Serves Two Purposes? Get a Wall Bed

The white cabinet made by Wallbeds A'NA' More is a bestseller for residents of beach communities, says store owner Larry Silke. Books above the sofa stay in place when the shelf becomes the support for the foot of this bed in the Swing line from Resource Furniture.

Radio Program 'In Your Right Mind' Explores Third-Party Premiums in a New Broadcast on 790 Am Kabc

SAN CLEMENTE, Calif: "In Your Right Mind," a weekly behavioral health radio program that features in-depth roundtable discussions of today's behavioral health headlines, aired an informative show called, "Falling Through the Cracks," on Sunday, October 1 at 5 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time on Talk Radio 790 AM KABC Los Angeles. The broadcast discussed how third-party premiums can benefit patients in helping them get treatment for addiction and mental health problems.

Rocket Ambitions: San Clemente Native Works on Suborbital Craft with UC Berkeley club

A great divide between engineering and other disciplines prompted a college club at the University of California, Berkeley to include people with various academic backgrounds to collaborate on a rocket that the club intends to launch in 2018. The project, known as Project Karman, is building a rocket that would travel 575,000 feet just before exiting the Earth's atmosphere and then return back to earth at a safe speed by parachute.

San Clemente disputes survey showing majority of Orange County residents support 241 extension

Hundreds of residents got together Saturday, Sept, 9, 2017, at the Reserve Clubhouse and Park in San Clemente to oppose a proposed toll road extension. A survey conducted by Orange County's toll road operator revealed what many residents already know: Traffic on Interstate 5 in south Orange County is congested and it needs to be fixed.

241 toll road to remain closed while damage is repaired

The 241 Toll Road presently begins and ends at Oso Parkway. The Transportation Corridor Agency is pondering mobility options that include possible 241 extensions to the 73 or to I-5 at San Juan Capistrano or San Clemente.

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