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Single-family Home Permits

February 16, 1989|Clipboard researched by Susan Davis Greene and Dallas Jamison / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Although the number of single-family home permits issued dropped between November and December, there were 23% more such permits issued during 1988 than 1987--based mostly on the strength of the January-June period. Nearly two-third of the permits were issued during the first six months. The most conspicuous growth took place in the county's unincorporated areas and in the cities of Yorba Linda and Huntington Beach. Irvine and Orange showed the largest declines. Here are the city-by-city changes:

1987-'88 City 1988 1987 Change Unincorporated areas 6,640 4,337 +2,303 Yorba Linda 1,375 529 +846 Huntington Beach 865 402 +463 Anaheim 224 125 +99 San Clemente 555 463 +92 Fountain Valley 128 44 +84 Tustin 395 324 +71 Placentia 67 2 +65 San Juan Capistrano 251 201 +50 La Palma 33 0 +33 Costa Mesa 75 53 +22 Villa Park 25 10 +15 Seal Beach 21 15 +6 Cypress 4 0 +4 La Habra 6 2 +4 Buena Park 11 8 +3 Los Alamitos 2 0 +2 Westminster 9 7 +2 Stanton 0 4 -4 Laguna Beach 45 148 -103 Santa Ana 24 127 -103 Newport Beach 147 265 -118 Brea 2 210 -208 Garden Grove 70 279 -209 Fullerton 17 282 -265 Orange 385 777 -392 Irvine 110 754 -644 COUNTY TOTAL 11,486 9,368 +2,118

Source: Construction Industry Research Board

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