Village Entrance Project

You are invited to a Design Workshop to discuss the Village Entrance Project 
Tuesday, September 29

The Design team is offering an interactive, online tool for the community to learn about the Village Entrance site and provide feedback on priorities for this important project. The interactive program will be available through the end of August and is accessible on a PC, tablet or mobile device. To participate, please click on the following link:

Take a tour of the project site! Download the Village Entrance Project Workbook and use it as a guide to learn more about the project site and to share your ideas. The Workbook includes eight "stops" with a map, photos, site details, and a set of questions for our consideration. Turn in your completed workbooks to City Hall or email a scanned copy to .

Project Description:

The Village Entrance site is located near the intersection of Broadway (State Route 133) and Forest Avenue, and is currently used primarily for surface parking, storage, City facilities, and an active sewer lift station. The intent of the Village Entrance Project is to enhance the site aesthetics and overall image while maintaining parking and space for public facilities. Improvements will include additional landscaping, a pedestrian/bicycle pathway and an exterior renovation of the historic sewer digester facility.

The community is encouraged to participate and collaborate on the Village Entrance Project from vision to design and development. Through community workshops, site tours, online engagement tools, design charrettes and pop-up workshops, the process is structured to foster meaningful participation throughout the process.

The link below provides an aerial map of the project site. Click on a red dot on the map to see a street-view photo of the area.,33.5454,-117.7768,33.5494

Community Workshops

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Laguna Beach Community & Susi Q Center
6:00 p.m. (Multi-Purpose Room)

For information about the Village Entrance Project contact Wade Brown @ (949) 497-0360 or 

Archive Documents

City Council Agenda Bills
Environmental Impact Report
Previous Studies
RFP/RFQ and Consultants Proposals