The Ladera Ranch Civic Council is the precursor to a local incorporated government that provides input to the Orange County governing boards as the Ladera Ranch civic representation. The purpose of the Council is to encourage and gather public comment on a range of topics which may affect the community and represent the interests of Ladera Ranch residents as their Council. Meetings discuss and provide input on: planning and land use, public safety, public works, and other municipal related services. The Council consists of seven elected council members.
The Council meets the third Monday of each month from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Santa Margarita Water District board room located at 26111 Antonio Pkwy.
Our Next Public Meeting will be
Monday, November 20th
Please, join the Ladera Ranch Civic Council for its upcoming meeting, on Monday, November 20th, 2017 at 7pm. Dan Kelly will be providing an update on Rancho Mission Viejo. We meet in the board room at Santa Margarita Water District. The agenda for the meeting will be posted not less than 72 hours in advance of the meeting.
Agenda is available here – November 2017 Agenda Packet
Ladera Ranch Road Striping and Stenciling Update
Holiday Lights Reminder from OC Public Works
The holiday season is almost here! And with safety as our top priority, here’s a friendly reminder for unincorporated county areas.
We are reminding residents in the unincorporated areas of Orange County about the need to obtain an “encroachment” permit if you plan to stretch holiday displays over public roads, sidewalks, parkways and public light poles (NOTE: a permit is not required for displays fully contained on private property).
The County also offers the option for a Home Owner Association (HOA) to obtain one permit that covers multiple residents in its community who are interested in such holiday displays.
Visit here for more details and for information on how to obtain a permit:
Taken from the Department of Motor Vehicles’ California Driver Handbook
When you approach a roundabout:
- Slow down as you approach the intersection.
- Yield to pedestrians and bicyclists crossing the roadway.
- Watch for signs and pavement markings that guide you or prohibit certain movements.
- Enter the roundabout when there is a big enough gap in traffic.
- Drive in a counterclockwise direction. DO NOT STOP or pass other vehicles.
- Use your turn signals when you change lanes or exit the roundabout.
- If you miss your exit, continue around until you return to your exit.
Additional information and videos can be found at http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist1/roundabouts/
South Orange County Disaster Preparedness Expo 2017
OC Supervisor Lisa Bartlett, OC Sheriff’s Department, OC Fire Authority, and the City of Mission Viejo invite you to the 2017 South Orange County Disaster Preparedness Expo on Saturday, October 21, from 9am-12pm.
LRCC Elects New Officers and Reorganizes Board for Upcoming Year
Elections have concluded and the LRCC is proud to welcome Joe Brenneman (elected) and Margaret Novak (appointed) to the board, as well as Gary Kephart (reelected) will be continuing his service. The 2017-2018 Board consists of: Stephanie Ramsey – Chair, Gary Kephart – Vice Chairman, Amir Arbabi – Treasurer, Mike Ellzey – Councilmember, Jett McCormick – Councilmember, Joe Brenneman – Councilmember, and Margaret Novak – Councilmember. In addition to the Board of Directors, Carlo Tomaino serves as Administrator and Scott Weisgerber manages the LRCC website and email blasts.
OCTA Designing Tomorrow – Long Range Transportation Survey
Help OCTA plan for the future of transportation by taking this quick survey.
The Civic Council is generously supported by: