Laguna Niguel


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Laguna Niguel is primarily a hillside town with approximately 65% open space. Many people are employed at the Federal Building, but the main industry of the area is real estate.

The City enjoys a healthy business climate and economic environment. Commercial, business and industrial land uses comprise eight percent of the total land area of the City.

Laguna Niguel, California is a crown jewel of all of the Southern California towns. Located near the Pacific coast just south of Newport Beach, Laguna Niguel enjoys close proximity to such elegant communities as Dana Point, Laguna Beach, and San Juan Capistrano.

Residents here experience the Southern California of every American's imagination, with kids riding bikes and skateboards around the neighborhood, adults firing up the barbecue for a backyard party, the unhurried attitude, rolling hills and temperate, sunny year-round climate. The venerable CNN Money list of "Best Places to Live in America" continually names Laguna Niguel to its list, taking into account issues such as quality of public schools, crime rates, population density, and general quality of life.

Its ideal location and impeccable atmosphere have made Laguna Niguel a popular town for relocation. It has experienced a steady growth in population over the past several decades, rising to a total of some 64,326 residents today. The median age of a Laguna Niguel resident is thirty eight years old. Just fewer than forty five percent of locals here are employed in either a professional or managerial capacity. Nearly twenty percent of Laguna Niguel residents are employed in sales, while just over fourteen percent work in the service industry. The median household income within Laguna Niguel is well above the national average, coming in at around $83,467 per year.

While there is an array of housing styles offered in this area, nearly ninety percent of homes in this area are single-family detached style. Home buyers will find an array of styles here, from California bungalow, classic Craftsman and Spanish Revival, just to name a few. Home ownership has proven to be a solid investment in the area, with steady appreciation over the years. Perhaps because of this, home ownership is a popular trend, with just under eighty percent of residents owning their own homes. The most popular option for buyers in the county is a three-bedroom model. Recent sales figures indicate that the average purchase price of a home in Laguna Niguel is currently $650,400.

Uniquely, over one third of Laguna Niguel is protected open space, creating one of the town's key features. This has resulted in a wealth of outdoor recreation for residents here, with two community parks, twenty three neighborhood parks, three mini-parks, four county parks, a dog park and a skate and soccer park.

Residents here enjoy a relaxed lifestyle that keeps them focused on community involvement, family activities and the great outdoors. With year-round temperatures ranging from fifty to eighty degrees throughout the year, folks here swim, jog, and play golf and tennis all year long. Additionally, there are a number of much anticipated annual fairs, festivals, and events in Laguna Niguel.

The town's Fourth of July celebration offers locals a variety of activities, including a pancake breakfast, free swimming at the community pool, and an outdoor concert in the evening with fireworks. The Halloween season brings Haunted Trails, the town's haunted house designed for children under eight years old. November brings more family fun, with the Echoes and Visions Juried Art Show. Held at the Sea Country Center, this exhibition draws fine artists from throughout the southwest. And the Christmas season is particularly pleasant in Laguna Niguel. The Holiday Parade here brings out the whole town to participate or watch. With marching bands, equestrian displays, civic groups, and Laguna Niguel's youth groups, the parade truly displays the best of this town.

Laguna Niguel is a vibrant, family-oriented community, offering some of the best of Southern California living. If you are thinking about moving, consider a move to the spectacular town of Laguna Niguel, California!

 
Laguna Niguel Links
Official Laguna Niguel Website
Laguna Niguel Chamber of Commerce
Capistrano Unified School District
Laguna Niguel Regional Park

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