Friends of Coyote Hills Files Lawsuit to Uphold Measure W

On February 9, 2015, the Friends of Coyote Hills, Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks, and Center for Biodiversity filed a lawsuit against the City Fullerton for ignoring our voters’ right to referendum (Measure W) and approving a tract map without the other required development approvals in place. Read more...

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Why Save West Coyote Hills?

North Orange County deserves its fair share of parks. There is a great imbalance of parks and open space between North and South Orange County. North Orange County is highly urbanized with few parks and even fewer opportunities for new parks. Comparing parks per capita between North and South counties : • North Orange County has 1 acre per 246 people. • South Orange County has 1 acre per 6 people. The National Recreation and Parks Association standard for parkland is 1 acre per 100 people. Within 7 miles of West Coyote Hills, there is only 1 acre per 356 people! Let’s not let the opportunity for a West Coyote Hills park slip away from us!

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09:00 TO 11:00

November 2016 Nature Walk

Please join us for an enjoyable Nature Walk along the trails of West Coyote Hills.  In Fall, buckwheat flowers dry to a rusty brown-red.  And if provided with enough early morning dew and longer cool nights, many native plants begin sprouting new growth...

Lakeview Dr. /Laguna Lake Equestrian Center, Fullerton, CA 92835
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Friends of Harbors, Beaches and Parks, Inc., is the fiscal sponsor to the Friends of Coyote Hills. Their Federal Tax ID is 33-0776377. Donations are tax deductible to the full extend of the law.