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  1. Enjoy a Meal at Peppino's and Support the Lake Forest Adopted Marines

    Eat at Peppino's on Monday, June 25 where 15% of gross food receipts will go to support activities planned for the 4th of July, when the Marines will be coming to Lake Forest. Read on...
  2. Brush Up Your Home with the Neighborhood Paint Program

    Application Deadline: Thursday, August 23 by 4:00 p.m. Read on...
  3. Fourth of July Parade Facebook Contest "United We Stand"

    Deadline to post your photo is Monday, June 25 with winners randomly selected and notified the same day at 5:00 p.m. under the Sweepstakes post. Read on...
  4. Two-Day Household Hazardous Waste Collection

    Lake Forest residents can safely dispose of their household hazardous waste on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24 at this free two-day event. Read on...
  5. Sports Park Field Closures

    All sports park soccer and baseball fields are closed until mid-August to seed, fertilize, replace sod, and repair irrigation systems. Read on...
  1. Calling All Restaurants, Join the Taste of Lake Forest!

    Local businesses are invited to participate in the 8th annual Shop & Dine Lake Forest Month taking place September 1 – 30. Read on...
  2. A New Little Free Library Sprouts Up in Lake Forest

    Little Libraries located at the Sports Park, El Toro Park and the newest addition is at Rimgate Park. Read on...
  3. City Looking for Residents to Join New Traffic and Parking Commission

    The deadline to submit applications online is Friday, June 29 at 5:00 p.m. Read on...
  4. City Council Approves Construction Contracts for '100-Year Home'

    The City Council on April 17 unanimously approved 22 construction contracts for the Lake Forest Civic Center, keeping work for the City’s “100-Year Home” on budget and schedule. The project is scheduled for completion in late summer 2019. Read on...
  5. Lake Forest Expresses Concern About South County Homeless Proposal

    Lake Forest City officials continue to express concern about a proposal to house up to 400 homeless individuals in a former elementary school in Santiago Canyon. Read on...
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