Laguna Hills

Laguna Hills is an upscale rural city in the southern region of Orange County, California, United States. Its name alludes to its nearness to Laguna Canyon and the much more established Laguna Beach. Other up to date urban communities close to Laguna Woods and Laguna Niguel are similarly named.
Laguna Hills was incorporated on the 20th of December, 1991. The rural city has a populace of 30,344 (April 1, 2010) with ZIP codes 92637, 92653, 92654 and 92656. The rural city has an area of 6.695 square mi (17.340 km2) with land occupying 99.63% and water occupying 0.37%. Laguna Hills time zone is Pacific (UTC?8); Summer (DST), PDT (UTC?7). Unemployment rate in Laguna Hills is 3.8% (Apr 2015) and it harbors Allied Schools, a university.
The Orange County Fire Authority, with emergency vehicle service by Doctor's Ambulance provides fire protection services in Laguna Hills. Also, the Orange County Sheriff's Department is in charge of law enforcement services. There is likewise the Saddleback Memorial Medical Center, a healing facility that is equipped with a full emergency room.
Notable inhabitants in Laguna Hills are Aloe Blacc, singer and songwriter best known for his single I Need A Dollar, Phil Collen (current resident), Steve Gibson, computer programmer and co-host of Security Now, Jeff Keane, Family Circus cartoonist, Kaitlin Sandeno (1983), Olympic medalist swimmer
Laguna Hills official website is www.ci.laguna-hills.ca.us