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After January 1, 2016, contact Mission Viejo Animal Services for questions regarding your pet and animal facility licenses at (949) 470-3045 or visit www.cityofmissionviejo.org/animalservices.
You can access the Inspector's Run List on the Building Division Page of City's website at: https://www.lagunahillsca.gov/DocumentCenter/View/4983/Daily-Inspection-Run-Sheet
The City of Laguna Hills does not require a business license; however, we do require that all businesses within the City obtain a Certificate of Use and Occupancy (PDF). If you have any questions about how to fill out or submit the application packet, please contact the Planning Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Laguna Hills is a General Law City that operates under the Council/Manager form of government. The voters elect five Laguna Hills residents to the City Council for overlapping four-year terms. The Council, in turn, selects one of its members to serve as Mayor for a one-year term. For the current City Council, please click here.
The address is 4601 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Please refer to the back of the citation. An explanation of the process to contest the citation is printed on the reverse side of the citation.
If you are indigent and unable to pay the parking violation penalty at the time the citation is issued or unable to pay the parking violation penalty following an administrative hearing, you may provide documentation to determine indigency and request a payment plan. To do so, you must submit a Request for Payment Plan for an indigency determination 60 calendar days from the issuance of a notice of parking violation, or 10 days after the administrative hearing determination, whichever is later. The Request for Payment Plan must include copies of the required documents listed below that demonstrate your inability to pay.
For purposes of this Policy, a person is “indigent” if any of the following conditions is met:
Yes, all rates will be affected - residential, multifamily and commercial. These rates cover the costs of yard waste and food waste recycling services and the processing of those materials.
Yes. All residential and multi-family properties and commercial businesses across the state are required to recycle organic waste generated onsite.
Per SB 1383, residents are required to receive food waste cart service. There are no discounted options at this time. Residents may also utilize backyard, small-scale, and community composting systems to recycle their food scraps.
SB 1383 requires uniformed cart colors across the state for both residential and commercial services. Blue will signify recycling, green or brown for organics, and black for trash. This consistency will help reduce confusion and contamination of recycling across the state.
Basically, If It Grows, It Goes!
Food scrap counter top pails can be purchased at stores like Walmart, Home Depot, and Amazon. More easily, you can repurpose a container or bowl you have at home to collect food scraps.
No plastic bags are accepted. We prefer you to use no bags at all. If you need to mitigate odor or the "yuck" factor, recycled brown paper bags are acceptable. You can use certified BPI compostable bags as well.
Yes, all yard/grass clippings, gardening, and tree trimmings should still be placed in your green organics container. Please note that palm fronds and logs/stumps are NOT accepted; place these in your trash cart if they fit.