April 11, 2022
Your business news & updates
The City of Laguna Niguel proudly provides timely news, information, resources, programs and updates for our business community.
Latest Featured Business
Congratulations to Crumbl Cookies at 24032 Aliso Creek Road in Laguna Niguel for being our latest Featured Business.

Our free Featured Business program highlights the spectacular restaurants, stores, establishments and companies that are the fabric of this dynamic community.

Take a moment to check out this video we produced on Crumbl Cookies and support the establishment with your patronage!

If your business is interested in being featured, contact econdev@cityoflagunaniguel.org or 949-362-4300.
More EV Charging Stations
The City of Laguna Niguel is moving forward with incorporating more electronic vehicle (EV) charging stations to support the increasing number of electric vehicles in the community.

This project includes installing EV charging stations at City Hall and the Metrolink Station.

To learn more about current and future EV charging stations available to the public, visit this link.
Learn About the State of Our Region
Join business and community leaders throughout the region at the State of the 5th District Luncheon on Thursday, May 5 from 11:30 am to 1 pm at the Crown Valley Community Center. Seating is limited. RSVP at this link.
This Program Could Be MADE for You
Do you want to start a product-based business? Register for MADE, an SBDC program in partnership with the Original OC Swap Meet designed to assist start-up product-based businesses in entering the marketplace to validate their concepts.

In this hybrid program, participants will learn core concepts to create a successful business. Over five weeks, you'll learn about planning, marketing, financing, and how to make your business dreams a reality. This quick-paced program will accelerate your concept and allow you to operate an Original OC Swap Meet vendor booth.

As a qualifying California Dream Fund program, MADE participants may also get the opportunity to receive a California Dream Fund grant.

The program takes place on Saturdays at 9 am from April 16 through May 14. Register and find out more at this link.

Help Plan for South OC's Transportation Future
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is entering the third and final phase of the South Orange County Multimodal Transportation Study (SOCMTS).

The SOCMTS will identify improvements in south Orange County for all modes of transportation including streets, transit, freeways and bikeways beyond the year 2045.

OCTA is seeking public feedback on alternative travel options that could help improve transportation in south county, and OCTA is promoting an online survey and public webinar to gather the feedback. The survey is available through Friday, April 15.

For more information, click here.