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  1. Lt. Chad Taylor to Lead Lake Forest Police Services

    Orange County Sheriff’s Lt. Chad Taylor, a 22-year department veteran, took over as Lake Forest Chief of Police Services on Friday, March 15. Taylor replaces Brad Valentine, who was promoted to Captain and assigned to the OC Courts. Read on...
  2. OC Residents can Text 9-1-1 in an Emergency

    Mobile users in Orange County now have the ability to send text messages to 9-1-1, giving hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to dial 9-1-1, a potentially life-saving option. Read on...
  3. OC Sheriff: Fentanyl Seizures Spike Dramatically

    Seizures of fentanyl, a synthetic opioid, and other illicit drugs have increased rapidly in Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) jurisdiction, with fentanyl seizures skyrocketing from less than one pound to more than 44 pounds in just two years. Read on...
  4. Injured Bobcat Treated at Lake Forest Animal Hospital

    A young bobcat was accidentally hit by a police car on Laguna Canyon Road Tuesday, Feb. 19. The officer quickly realized what had happened and was able to rush the bobcat to Lake Forest’s own Serrano Animal & Bird Hospital for treatment. Read on...
  5. State of the City/Meet the Mayor

    The Lake Forest Chamber of Commerce and City of Lake Forest are co-hosting the annual State of the City/Meet the Mayor event on Wednesday, April 3, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Kawasaki, 26972 Burbank in Foothill Ranch. Read on...
  1. Residents Can Now Get City Info Via Text

    Lake Forest residents can now receive text messages (SMS messages) from the City. Read on...
  2. New Year New Mayor’s Minute

    A few adjustments to the series for the new year. Read on...
  3. New Hours of Operation at El Toro Library

    El Toro Branch also slated for renovations soon Read on...
  4. Citations to Begin Saturday at Veterans Park

    City code enforcement officers will be at Veterans Park on Saturday, December 8 to begin handing out $100 citations to anyone caught feeding the wildlife. Read on...
  5. Council Swears in New Members, Selects Leadership for 2019

    The City Council on Tuesday selected Mark Tettemer to serve as Mayor and Neeki Moatazedi as Mayor Pro Tem for 2019. Both were elected in November. They join Leah Basile, Dwight Robinson and Scott Voigts, also re-elected in November, on the Council. Read on...
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