Laguna Niguel Private Investigators
When’s the best time to call a private investigator? Right now! Quinn & Associates is a full service private detective agency serving attorneys and the general public in Laguna Beach, Orange County. Call us now. We can help with a variety of services to assist those in need of private and confidential information to assist in legal matters both business and personal. We charge reasonable fees and offer immediate assistance around the clock at 866-652-4480.
What our Private Investigators do
Our Laguna Niguel, Orange County private detectives cover a wide range of civil investigations, criminal investigations, workman’s comp cases, cheating spouse investigations, divorce, domestic issues, undercover operations, and more.
As Private Investigators we assist Laguna Niguel and Orange County individuals, businesses and attorneys in the gathering of information, witnesses and key evidence on a wide variety of legal matters current or pending. This includes, but is not limited to the location of missing persons, witnesses, and surveillance. Further, our team of private detectives conduct professional
background searches, employment investigations and other specialized investigations for both the insurance and legal community.
We are California Licensed private investigators serving all of Laguna Niguel and Orange County with many years of experience and work diligently to provide the most prompt and accurate information.
All work is performed in a private and highly confidential manner. Your initial consultation with us is free. Call us at any time day or night–from Laguna Niguel or anywhere in Orange County–to discuss your unique situation and how our private investigators can help. Phone 866-652-4480.
In a world where the “human” in humanity is becoming impossible to find, your care, concern, time and experience helped me not only make a decision about the services you provide, but truly helped me to begin to heal. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! And the information was top notch! — GC, Pacific Palisades, California
About Laguna Niguel
According to Wikipedia, Laguna Niguel is an affluent city located in southern Orange County, California. The name “Laguna Niguel” is derived from the Spanish word “Laguna” which means lagoon, and the word “Nigueli” which was the name of a Juaneño Indian village that was once located on Aliso Creek. The population was 61,891 at the 2000 census. The city was primarily built after 1980 as an unincorporated master planned community located in the San Joaquin Hills near Laguna Beach. Laguna Niguel contains a large range of housing, from condominiums to large mansions above the ocean. It borders Laguna Beach, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, and Aliso Viejo.
Laguna Niguel is located on the Rancho Niguel Mexican land grant of Juan Avila. He retained ownership until 1865, when a severe drought killed off most of his cattle. Lewis Moulton, owner of the Moulton Company, bought the area of modern-day Laguna Niguel in 1895, along with significant other portions of the surrounding area from farmers that were hard pressed to earn a living due to a local drought in the area. In 1959, the Laguna Niguel Corporation, started by Cabot, Cabot & Forbes from Boston, made Laguna Niguel one of the first master planned communities in California. Victor Gruen and Associates, a Vienna architect, developed a community plan for 7,100 acres (29 km2). The Avco Community Developer in 1969 continued the plan, which by then held 6,500 residents. The construction of the San Diego, I-5, Freeway in 1959 allowed more people to arrive. The first communities developed in Laguna Niguel were right along the coast, touching the southern border of Laguna Beach. These communities were called Monarch Bay and the Monarch Bay Terrace built between 1960 and 1962.
In 1973, Laguna Niguel Regional Park opened, and in 1974 a one-million square-foot ziggurat building was given to the United States government. On December 1, 1989, Laguna Niguel became an incorporated city in Orange County and became its 29th city.
Crown Valley and Alicia Parkways are the primary thoroughfares in the city. Crown Valley Parkway runs along Sulphur Creek and the northern fork of Salt Creek, bisecting the city northeast to southwest. Alicia Parkway, mostly a north-south road, follows Aliso Creek to where it joins Crown Valley Parkway in close proximity to Crown Valley Park and the city center. California State Route 73 runs north of the city, diverging from Interstate 5 just northeast of Laguna Niguel. Moulton Parkway/Street of the Golden Lantern runs along the eastern boundary of Laguna Niguel. Pacific Island Drive/Camino del Avión follow parts of the west and south boundaries, respectively. Another major road, Niguel Road, runs roughly parallel and east of Crown Valley Parkway along the Salt Creek canyon. Marina Hills Drive is the largest crossing between Niguel Road and Golden Lantern, and Aliso Creek Road runs east-west through northern Laguna Niguel.
Low ridges dissect much of the Laguna Niguel area. Most of these mountain ridges, some of them attaining heights of one or two hundred feet, run northeast to southwest, delineating the hydrography of the area. Laguna Niguel’s other primary drainage, Salt Creek, has two forks in the southern half of the city, flowing southwards to the Pacific Ocean. Laguna Niguel itself has no border on the ocean. The city of Dana Point to the south separates Laguna Niguel and the Pacific. On the east side, Laguna Niguel is separated from San Juan Capistrano by a significant ridge running along Trabuco Creek. To the north lie Aliso Viejo and Laguna Hills.
In 1971, a one-million square-foot ziggurat building, originally built for Rockwell International and presently owned by the United States government, was designed by Los Angeles-based architect William Pereira. The Chet Holifield Federal Building, as it is now known, is home to millions of microfilms as documents of land agreements between the American government and the original Indian Tribes of the southwest United States. It is also home to the Western Regional Department of Homeland Security and the California Service Center of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The building was used for the 1995 movie Outbreak, where it served as the exterior for the Center for Disease Control headquarters. Earlier, the building was featured in an ending scene for the 1975 sci-fi movie Death Race 2000.
Call us now!
Quinn & Associates Private Investigators is proud to serve residents and businesses of Laguna Niguel and all of Orange County . When in doubt, we can find out. We know Laguna Niguel and Orange County well. Trust a Laguna Niguel Private Investigator to get the job done right for you. No matter which part of Laguna Niguel or Orange County you are from, you can trust Quinn and Associates for your private investigation needs. Our team of Private Investigators will obtain the powerful information you need to win. Call us now on our Laguna Niguel, Orange County phone 866-652-4480. Your phone consultation is free.
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