Laguna Hills is in south Orange County and a suburb of Irvine, California. History tells us that Lewis Moulton purchased Rancho Niguel from Don Juan Avila and increased the original grant to include 22,000 acres. He and his partner used the ranch to raise sheep and cattle. The Moulton Ranch was eventually subdivided in the early 1960's and part of this division became Laguna Hills. On December 20th 1991 Laguna Hills became a city. In 200 Laguna Hills moved their city hall to 24035 El Toro road. In 2010 United States census report Laguna Hills had a population of 30,344.
Laguna Hills subdivision:
Acaia Knolls, Alicia Knolls, Alicia Park Homes, Aliso Meadows, Aliso Place, Amberhill, Aspen Creek, Bella Tierra, Bella Vista, Braeburn, Brighton Ridge, Broisa Lomas Laguna, Brock Classic, Brock Collection, Brock Estates, Capistrano Highlands, Casa De Laguna, Castle Hill, Crestline, Falcon Hill, Heritage, Hilltop Place, Indian Creek, Indian Hill, Kamari, La Posada, La Questa Verde, Laguna Cerpo, Laguna Meadows, Laguna Terrace, Laguna Village, Meredith Hills, Missions, Mission Today, Nellie Gail, Nellie Gail Montanas, Nellie Gail Quintessence, New Territory, Ole', Qual Creek, Rancho Monterey, Ridgefield, Shadow Run, Stratford Ridge, Sunrise, Sunset Place, Vista Firenza, Woodwinds.