• August 5, 2021
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Why Property Taxes Are Significantly Higher in the Great Park Neighborhoods: CFD 2013-3. And It Doesn’t Sunset.

The Great Park Board will be presenting the history and purpose of the Great Park Communities Facility District (CFD) special tax at its meeting on Tuesday, July 27 (agenda item 1.2).  The staff report includes a presentation which left out several key decisions over the years that changed the usage of CFDs, with the most […]

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Keeping the Public In The Dark on ARDA

What’s Happening on the ARDA Site On the Consent Calendar for both the OC Great Park Board (Item 2.2.) and City Council (Item 2.4) meetings is a motion to direct the City Manager to enter into a license agreement allowing indefinite use of land on the ARDA site, despite its current designation as the location […]

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What’s New With the Veterans’ Cemetery, Pretend City, Holiday Faire, & LIFOC Western Sector Cleared For Clean-up And Redevelopment

Great Park Board Meeting Agenda Agenda Item 1.2:  Project Development Report Update  Veterans’ Cemetery: The State hired Huitt-Zollers Consulting to evaluate the ARDA and Golf Course sites. The technical studies are be prepared and are to be completed by May 2021. Pretend City: The capital campaign is ongoing.  The concept plans are due April 2021. […]

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Opinion: Great Park Planning – More Participation and Data Needed

Green dot = On schedule Yellow dot = Under review   The Cultural Terrace is 223 acres of undeveloped city land located in the southern section of the Great Park that is intended for a variety of cultural attractions. The five Great Park Board members act as both the principal developers and decision makers for […]

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Great Park Board Considers Adding Surf Park, Citing Years of “Significant Unsolicited Interest”

Update 6/19/20: The meeting time has changed to 2:30pm and this item has been removed from the Supplemental Agenda. **** OC Great Park Board Meeting – Tuesday, June 23 at 2pm Agenda Click to eComment At the upcoming June 23rd meeting, the OC Great Park Board will consider approving $5,000 to study the building of […]

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Great Park Development Project Update and Design of Wireless Service Facilities

Great Park Board Meeting – May 26, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. Agenda May Great Park Development Report Link to eComment Watch Live-stream  On Tuesday, May 26th the Great Park Board is set to discuss the May development report where residents can learn if anything will be on hold due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The Board […]

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Great Park Board Approves Plans for Wild Rivers

Last night (4/28/20) after three years in the making, the Great Park Board unanimously voted to approve the lease terms and location for the Wild Rivers water park as reported by the Voice of OC, Wild Rivers Officially Returning to the Orange County Great Park. Of Note – The Board approved a lease revision stating […]

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Great Park Board to Decide Wild Rivers Lease Terms and Location

Great Park Board Meeting – April 28, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Agenda April Great Park Development Report Link to eComment Watch Live-stream Map shows the new proposed Wild Rivers site. To see entire map with zooming capabilities click here. The Great Park Board is being asked to approve a ground lease with Wild Rivers on […]

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What Is Being Planned For the Great Park?

Here is what is in store for the Great Park. The March 2020 Great Park Development Report contains updates on current and potential development opportunities at the Great Park. Here is a list of potential future projects for consideration.The Orange County Great Park Board is meeting Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 2pm. OCGPB Agenda eComment […]

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OC Great Park & City Council Meetings Proceed With Restrictions

During these times of social distancing you have the opportunity to participate in the City’s decision making process from the comfort of your own home Tuesday, March 24th Orange County Great Park Board (OCGPB) Meeting – 2pm City Council Meeting – 4pm City business continues but with social distancing. Due to the coronavirus, the public […]

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