Facts About Laguna Niguel You Should Know
Are you living or visiting Laguna Niguel? You may know about the upscale neighborhood, luxurious houses and all, but how well do you know Laguna Niguel? Here are some facts about Laguna Niguel we bet you don’t know!
- Laguna Niguel is the 29th city in Orange County. Laguna Niguel became a city on December 1, 1989.
- Acjachemem or Juaneno Indian Native Americans are the first recorded residents of Laguna Niguel before it was developed as an upscale community in Orange County.
- Laguna Niguel is abundant in gated communities, whether they’re guarded or not. Gated communities maintain the cleanliness or order of their street by themselves.
- Laguna Niguel once has a conflict with Dana Point over Monarch Beach. Laguna Niguel initially developed the neighborhood, but the residents favored joining Dana Point.
- There are no high schools in Laguna Niguel. But there are high schools in nearby cities.
- Laguna Niguel’s property taxes are about 1.01%.
- Laguna Niguel has a total of 32 parks. This number consists of community parks, small parks, neighborhood parks, dog park, and others.
- Laguna Niguel’s total area is 14.9 square miles.
- Most homes built before 1989 are not under Homeowners Associations (HOA). Homes built after 1980 are Planned Unit Developments (PUDs).
- Laguna Niguel usually makes it to the top 10 wealthiest cities in Southern California and one of the top 100 of the wealthiest cities in California.
- There’s less fog and more sun than most beach cities.
- There are many types of homes in Laguna Niguel like condos, apartments, townhomes, and detached homes.
- The latest recorded most expensive house sold in Laguna Niguel last 2017 is $14,893,636.