Why save Coyote Hills as a park instead of allowing it to become Chevron’s latest development project? Because It is absolutely our last chance for a wilderness park in the region; it is the last natural open space in North Orange County. We need mo...

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Got Groceries? If you shop at Ralphs grocery stores and link your store card to Save West Coyote Hills, a percentage of each purchase you make will be donated to the group from the Ralphs Community Donation Program. Already have your Ralphs store card l...

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Dear Supporters: The Friends of Coyote Hills, the Open Coyote Hills group, and Pacific Coast Homes are now meeting in an effort to find a ‘win-win’ solution to the dispute over the future of West Coyote Hills.  We will provide updates as agreements a...

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We need your help this week. Back in June, we had some great news about fundraising. Our State Senator Josh Newman and Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva were pushing two bills to establish a Coyote Hills Conservancy (SB-714) and allocate acquisition fundin...

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Although the City Council accepted the results of the vote on 12/4/12, they stopped short of any further action such as terminating the Development Agreement and overturning other development approvals as called for by the Development Agreement and other ...

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