Lake Forest
Community Association
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Lake Forest Community Association
22921 Ridge Route
Lake Forest, CA 92630
949-837-6100 phone
949-837-0216 fax
 
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Upcoming Events
Movies on the Beach
Friday, July 12th to Friday, August 23rd
Movies will start on the sand at approximately 8 p.m. (dusk).
Bring your low-back chairs or blankets and get ready to enjoy a family-friendly night with your little ones!
Visit our awesome snack bar for movie theater popcorn, candy and drinks!
New Movies:
July 12: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (PG)
July 19: Ralph Breaks the Internet (PG)
July 26: Mary Poppins Returns (PG)
Flashback Movies:
August 9: Dumbo (G)
August 16: Aladdin (G)
August 23: The Little Mermaid (G)
Free admission for members; $5 fee for guests 11 years+
Recent News
 
Litigation Settlement Disclosure-LFCA v. Lake Forest et al.
Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30201500823671
 
The Association is pleased to disclose that it has reached a favorable global settlement of all claims raised in the Action by and against the Association. The essential terms of that settlement are:
 
• The Association will receive a total sum of $910,000 from the defendants and cross defendants to resolve the Association’s claims concerning the Large Lake;
 
• The Association’s insurer, Farmers, will pay $200,000 to the City to resolve the City’s claims against the Association concerning Veterans Park (formerly known as Village Pond Park) and the various storm drains on the Association's Common Area;
 
• The July 20, 1976 Agreement concerning the Association’s partial responsibility for Veterans Park (formerly known as Village Pond Park) is immediately terminated and the City will be solely responsible for all aspects of that park;
 
• The City will transfer ownership of the Forest Knoll runoff inlet and pipe to the Association, after which the Association will be responsible for the same; and
 
• The Association will make a one-time payment of $36,000 to the City for prospective cleaning of the storm drains on the Association’s Common Area.
 
The above settlement terms resolve a variety of difficult ongoing disputes between the Association and the City, thereby allowing the resumption of a positive working relationship between the parties. The Association and the City are finalizing a further agreement setting forth the logistics involved for the implementation of the above settlement terms.
 
The Association has contracted for the remediation of the Large Lake and clearing of the impacted storm drain pipe to occur over the coming months. The Association’s contractor will use best efforts to minimize any inconvenience to the Association’s members and residents during that work.
 
We would be remiss not to note the extraordinary amount of time and assistance provided by the Association’s General Manager, Julie Carter, and her staff, and the Litigation Subcommittee created by the Association’s Board of Directors for the Action. These individuals’ contributions were vital to achieving the favorable settlement outlined above.
 
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ATTENTION ALL BOAT OR KAYAK OWNERS!
Invasive Species Prevention Program: Before you purchase, sell and/or request to launch a new boat please be aware of the following concern. Invasive Quagga or Zebra Mussels are invading lakes and water ways throughout California. Both species can wreak havoc on the environment by disrupting the natural food chain and can contribute to the release of harmful bacteria that affect other aquatic species. The mussels can attach themselves to the hull, engine and steering components of a boat and cause damage.
Please be aware that Lake Forest Community Association requires a 30 day notice and inspection prior to launching a boat in our lakes.  This will include an inspection by Fernando Contreras, Association Lake Coordinator, which will include a visual inspection, questions regarding the boats origin and a request to have the boat cleaned per the Department of Fish & Game recommendations. If you sell or remove a boat including small craft, please contact the association to schedule an inspection prior to relocation or sale.  The Staff may delay the launch or sale of a boat so we encourage you to contact us prior to a planned purchase or sale. Also, please do not move kayaks or small boats between lakes. Please refer to the Department of Fish & Game website for a guide on “How to clean, drain and dry a boat” prior to a request to launch at the Beach & Tennis Club.  For questions contact: Fernando Contreras at FContreras@EliteHOA.com or 949-837-6100.
What's New
 
Clubhouse Renovation Committee
Renovation Renderings