What About Laguna Beach?

What About Laguna Beach?

January 6, 2021

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By Saeed Ghaffari

History & Fun Facts

Laguna Beach is a seaside resort city located in southern Orange County, California. in the United States. It is known for a mild year-round climate, scenic coves, environmental preservation, and an artist community.

It was taken from Mexico after the United States following the Mexican–American War. Laguna Beach was settled in the 1870s and officially founded in 1887, and in 1927 its current government was incorporated as a city. In 1944, the city adopted a council-manager form for its government. The city has remained relatively isolated from urban encroachment by its surrounding hills, limited highway access, and a dedicated greenbelt. The Laguna Beach coastline is protected by 5.88 miles (9.46 km) of state marine reserve and an additional 1.21 miles (1.95 km) of state conservation area.

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Tourism is the primary industry with an estimated six million people visiting the community annually during normal years with no pandemic. Annual large events include the Pageant of the Masters, Festival of Arts, Sawdust Art Festival, Art-A-Fair, Bluewater Music Festival, and Kelpfest.

Schools

Laguna Beach has 7 schools from (pre-school through high school), of which 3 are private and 4 are public.

Public School Ratings 

Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
No of Schools 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

Schools with highest ratings:

El Morro Elementary: 10

Top of the World Elementary: 10

Thurston Middle: 10

Laguna Beach High: 9

Population

Laguna Beach population is reported to be 23,224 on 2010 census with a median age of 50 and the median income of $97,881.

Attractions

Climate Comfort Index:  9.2 /10

Real Estate Market

 

  Single Family Residence Condominium
Median Price $3,795,000 $1,250,000
Price Per Square Foot $1,400 $1,040

 

 Single Family

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Condo

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Here is the rental market in Laguna Beach:

  1 Bedroom 2 bedroom 3 bedroom 4 bedroom
Median Rent $2360 $2940 $4130 $4770

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