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CLIPBOARD : Housing Unit Increase

March 09, 1991

The total number of housing units in Orange County increased 28% during the last decade, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Most prominently, Dana Point, Laguna Niguel and Yorba Linda all saw leaps of 100% or more. Here's the breakdown for all cities and some of the unincorporated areas:

% Increase City/Area Total Since 1980 Aliso Viejo 3,884 N/A Anaheim 83,177 +17 Brea 12,648 +28 Buena Park 23,200 +9 Costa Mesa 39,611 +21 Coto de Caza 1,088 N/A Cypress 14,715 +16 Dana Point 14,668 +226 El Toro 22,809 +88 El Toro Station 1,208 -2 Fountain Valley 18,019 +9 Fullerton 42,956 +13 Garden Grove 45,984 +11 Huntington Beach 72,736 +19 Irvine 42,221 +98 Laguna Beach 12,846 +50 Laguna Hills 24,057 +36 Laguna Niguel 18,892 +316 La Habra 18,670 +13 La Palma 4,935 +7 Los Alamitos 4,279 +8 Mission Viejo 26,393 +68 Newport Beach 34,861 +25 Orange 38,018 +20 Placentia 13,733 +27 Portola Hills 970 N/A Rancho Santa Margarita 4,951 N/A Rossmoor 3,793 +5 San Clemente 18,726 +59 San Juan Capistrano 9,612 +38 Santa Ana 74,973 +17 Seal Beach 14,407 +8 Stanton 10,755 +26 Trabuco Highlands 1,032 N/A Tustin 19,300 +51 Tustin Foothills 8,442 +5 Villa Park 1,966 +7 Westminster 25,852 +8 Yorba Linda 17,341 +100 COUNTY TOTAL * 875,072 +28

*Includes unincorporated areas not listed separately above

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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