The five member City Council is elected at large. Each Council member serves a four year term. The Council is responsible for the legislative functions of the City. Its meetings are generally held the first and third Tuesdays of each month starting at 6:00 p.m.
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To secure more input regarding issues of community interest and concern, the City Council has created the following commissions, boards, and committees:
- Arts Commission
- Board of Adjustment/Design Review Board
- Personnel Board
- Planning Commission
- Heritage Committee
- HIV Advisory Committee
- Housing and Human Services Committee
- Environmental Sustainability Committee
- Emergency/Disaster Preparedness Committee
- Parking/Traffic/Circulation Committee
- Recreation Committee
Registration for Fall 2015 recreation activities and men’s adult softball is now available. The quarterly recreation brochure has been mailed citywide and is available at the Community & Susi Q Center, Community Pool and Community Services Department, as well as online. A wide variety of programs and classes are offered for all ages. Register for activities online at www.lagunabeachcity.net (click on “Recreation Activities”), or by mail-in or drop-off to the Community Services Department at 515 Forest Avenue.|
The County of Orange is now producing their water quality report on a triennial basis. The July 2015 edition of the Orange County Health Care Agency’s Triennial Ocean, Harbor & Bay Water Quality Report was recently released. Seven locations along the City's coastline are monitored at least once a week. Since 2005, the City’s success rate for compliance with AB411 standards has averaged 98.9% (recreational water standards analyzed between April 1 - October 31). The City’s success is achieved by the maintenance and operation of the sewer collection system, dry-season urban water diversion units, street sweeping, and the beach cleaning operations.|
Laguna Beach Firefighters have been assisting with the large brush fires burning in Northern California since July 29. During this time, the Department has sent a total of ten firefighters staffing two engines and a command vehicle. The personnel are part of a “strike team” consisting of five fire engines from other fire departments in Orange County. All Laguna Beach Firefighters and equipment returned back to the City yesterday. This response is part of the State’s Master Mutual Aid system and the City does get reimbursed for the costs associated with providing this aid.|
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Laguna Beach, California 92651
Phone: (949) 497-3311 Fax: (949) 497-0771