When the City Council of Lake Forest meets Tuesday night, it is expected to approve a plan that will name the streets in the Shea Baker Ranch development between Bake and Alton.
For future residents and employees of Shea Baker Ranch, they'll have to negotiate a labrynth of native birds and butterflies, flowers and plants.
That's where the pool of names will come from for the communtiy, which could have up to 2,379 residential units and 25,000 square feet of non-residential development.
A public hearing on the subject takes place when the City Council of Lake Forest meets Tuesday at 7 p.m. The council will have an opportunity to delete any names it deems inappropriate, and the Orange County Fire Authority can do the same if similar street names already exist within close proximity.
It will also be an opportunity for the community to chime in on something that will be permanent part of the area.
Although not every name will be used, all street names used in the development will come from the list of 69 native species, provided that the list is approved. It is expected that about 65 streets will be named.
Following is a list of proposed street names.
Native Birds and Butterflies
Native Flowers and Plants
- Wild Rose
- Yerba Buena
- Yerba Mansa
- Yerba Santa
- Morning Glory
Other discussion or action items will include an update on the Lake Forest Sports Park and the Brookfield and Trumark residential developments.