The Ladera Ranch Civic Council (LRCC) was created in 2009 following the 2007/2008 protest of the placement of a 47-megawatt electrical peaker plant in the community. A group of Ladera Ranch residents united to challenge and ultimately defeat SDG&E’s intention for the substation, defending the interests of the residents and advocating for the greater good of Ladera Ranch.
The LRCC is a nonprofit, private, 501(c)(4), organization that exists to protect, preserve, and promote this beautiful community. The council has no legal authority. It is a volunteer, nonpartisan organization with no agenda other than to help shepherd the maturation of the community.
We lobby for our residents around topics such as land use and planning and research issues that affect our community like public safety. We advise our District Supervisor at the Orange County Board of Supervisors. We exist to ensure that our community remains an exceptional place to call home.
The Council is funded privately through donations. Your support is appreciated. It provides the means for us to champion the values that are dear to our community.
The Council meets the third Monday of every other month, unless a holiday conflicts, from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Oak Knoll Clubhouse located at 28192 O’Neill Drive, Ladera Ranch, CA 92694
Meet Us - The Third Monday of every other month, 7PM at The Oak Knoll Clubhouse.
Working with local government officials being an advocate for Ladera Ranch
Working with local public safety officials advocating the needs of Ladera Ranch.
Working with business' to advocate for a strong local economy.