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Below you will find information and videos telling you a little about each of the cities I focus on. You will also find helpful links to various departments and resources within each city. You are welcomed to contact me should you need help learning more about these or any other city in Coastal Orange County, CA.


Dana Point:



Incorporated in 1989, the City of Dana Point is named after Richard Henry Dana Jr. (1815-1882), a Harvard-trained lawyer, seaman, and author of the classic sea journal, Two Years Before the Mast (1840). In his journal, Dana documents his voyage from Boston around Cape Horn to California on the merchant ship, Pilgrim. Therein, Dana describes the area once known as Capistrano Bay, as “the most romantic spot in California.” Today, Capistrano Bay is known as Dana Point. *

* Excerpt and image taken from city’s website


City’s Website Click Here
Administrative Services Click Here
City Clerk Click Here
City Council Click Here
Community Organizations Click Here
Events Calendar Click Here
Planning Services Click Here
Parks and Recreation Click Here




Laguna Beach:



The City of Laguna Beach, incorporated in 1927, is located in southwest Orange County, approximately 55 miles southeast of Los Angeles. The City currently occupies 8.84 square miles and serves a population of approximately 25,000. The City attracts approximately 3.0 million visitors annually due to its miles of coastline, Mediterranean climate, and the summer art festivals including Pageant of the Masters and the Festival of the Arts. *

* Excerpt and image taken from city’s website


City’s Website Click Here
Beaches Click Here
Cultural Arts Click Here
Events Calendar Click Here
City Clerk Click Here
City Council Click Here
Community Services Click Here
News Click Here
Planning Division Click Here

 


Newport Beach:



The City of Newport Beach is located in the coastal center of Orange County, with Los Angeles County to the north and San Diego County to the south. It has an estimated permanent population of 86,738 but during the summer months, the population grows to more than 100,000 with 20,000 to 100,000 tourists daily.

Newport Beach is known for its fine residential areas, modern shopping facilities, strong business community and quality school system. It surrounds Newport Bay where approximately 4,300 boats of all types are docked within the 21-square-mile harbor area. The bay area and the City’s eight miles of ocean beach offer outstanding fishing, swimming, surfing, and aquatic sports activities. *

* Excerpt and image taken from city’s website


City’s Website Click Here
City Attorney Click Here
City Clerk Click Here
City Council Click Here
Community Parks Recreation Click Here
Events Calendar Click Here
Permits Click Here
Resident Services Click Here
Visitor Information Click Here

 


Newport Coast:



Known as the “Pacific Riviera – Where Nature’s Palette Is At Work.” The 7,700-acre Newport Coast community is at the eastern edge of Newport Beach. This prestigious, world-class community encompasses the South Orange County coast between Corona Del Mar and Laguna Beach. Newport Coast features panoramic neighborhoods from the coastal canyons to the Pacific Ocean. Generous preserved open space, beautiful landscapes, multiple nature trails and coastal splendor establish the character of this city.

Developed in the 1980s, the Newport Coast area now encompasses about 9,432 acres. 75% of the land is dedicated to open space or golf courses.*

* Excerpt from orangecounty.net & image from wikipedia.org