The Stop Madrona team celebrated the California Supreme Court victory that finally put an end to the proposed 162-unit Madrona project in eastern Brea.
In 2011 The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) purchased the Hayashi property in Brea’s Carbon Canyon. It lies adjacent to Chino Hills State Park at the juncture of Soquel and Carbon Creeks. The land was purchased as mitigation for OCTA’s … Read More
Orange County Superior Court Judge Claster ruled in favor of residents and environmental groups fighting a dangerous hillside development (Esperanza Hills) next to Chino Hills State Park above Yorba Linda. He ordered that all project approvals be revoked and the … Read More
We are pleased to provide a recap of our activities in 2017 and for all of the support that allowed us to take action and to win environmental battles on several fronts. This approximately two minute video highlights the wildflower … Read More
In 2006, Orange County voters approved transportation sales tax, Renewed Measure M, which included funding for mitigation of freeway projects. One of the properties protected by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is next to Chino Hills State Park. OCTA … Read More
Did you know that there is an off-road motorsports facility proposed for 133 acres adjacent to Chino Hills State Park and the 71 freeway in Riverside County? Yep. Hills For Everyone Executive Director Claire Schlotterbeck attended the Notice of Preparation … Read More
Hills For Everyone is part of a coalition that has protected 1,300 acres across Orange County through a mitigation program, including ~300 acres (the Hayashi Preserve) next to Chino Hills State Park. OCTA is hosting a renaming effort to honor … Read More