City of Laguna Niguel Recreation Brochure Summer 2019 Recreation Brochure - Page 5

The City of Laguna Niguel is a proud member of the H2OC Stormwater Program, Orange County’s solution to runoff pollution. H2OC is a cooperative stormwater program which includes the County of Orange, Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD), and all 34 cities in Orange County. In the summer months, when many residents go swimming, clean beaches, healthy creeks, rivers, bays, and the ocean are important to Orange County and our City. H2OC provides resources to residents and businesses to prevent water pollution and encourages personal action by working with members of each watershed community to prevent polluted runoff from entering our waterways. Check out H2OC.org to learn more about the program, and what you can do to help. You Are Not Alone (YANA) Program The YANA program is a free service offered to Laguna Niguel residents who primarily live alone, providing them a sense of security and ease of mind. Police Services senior volunteers will check on the welfare of residents either in person or by phone typically twice a week. If the resident does not answer the door or phone call, an emergency contact person will be notified to check on the resident’s welfare. A deputy sheriff may also be called upon for assistance during these instances. The YANA program does not take the participant to the doctor’s office, run errands or administer medications. For additional information, contact Police Services at (949) 362-4346. H2OC: Orange County’s Solution to Runoff Pollution LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO HOLD YOUR NEXT MEETING OR EVENT? Police Auxiliary Citizens Team (PACT) The City of Laguna Niguel is seeking active retired men and women ages 50 and above, who are interested in volunteer work with Laguna Niguel Police Services. No experience is necessary, but volunteers must be willing to commit to a minimum of four hours per week. The days and duty hours are flexible to meet your needs. Duties include: -Vacation home checks -Business patrol checks -Traffic control -Parking enforcement -Special events (Holiday Parade, Summer Concerts, and other city events) Qualifications: -Physical exam (paid for by The City of Laguna Niguel) -Valid California Driver License -Criminal background check Stay Informed with Police Services @OCSDLagunaNiguelPoliceServices @OCSDLagunaNiguel @OCSDLagunaNiguel The Sea Country Senior & Community Center has the perfect space to meet your needs! Turn to page 32 for information or visit CityofLagunaNiguel.org under Senior Center Facility Rentals. Shred Identity Theft! DOCUMENT SHREDDING EVENT Hosted by Laguna Niguel Police Services SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2019 7am-12pm, or until trucks reach capacity. City Hall, 30111 Crown Valley Parkway Limit of ten banker boxes or comparable sized containers per car load. For more information, go to CityofLagunaNiguel.org or call Police Services at (949) 362-4346. While visiting our facilities, parks, and events, please be aware that City staff and photographers may be taking photos or videos for marketing purposes. If you do not want your image used, please notify the photographer at the time of the photo. PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE: (949) 425-5100 | RECREATION HOTLINE: (949) 362-4351 ONLINE REGISTRATION: CityofLagunaNiguel.org/Registration | REGISTRATION FORM: Page 36 3