March 2021

Mailboxes in Silverado, CA

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17452 Olive Hill Rd

Public Collection Box
Silverado, CA 92676

20381 Lake Frst

Public Collection Box
Silverado, CA 92610

26686 Portola Pkwy

CVS
Silverado, CA 92610

26751 Portola Pkwy

Ralphs
Silverado, CA 92610

26772 Portola Pkwy

Public Collection Box
Silverado, CA 92610

28251 Silverado Canyon Rd

Public Collection Box
Silverado, CA 92676

28641 Alder Way

Public Collection Box
Silverado, CA 92679

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23052 Alicia Pkwy

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998 S Coast Hwy

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Laguna Beach, CA 92651

406 Orchid Ave

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Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

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Surfside, CA 92649

90 Paseo Del Sol

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Rancho Sta Marg, CA 92688

26772 Portola Pkwy

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Rancho Santa Mar, CA 92610

7111 Talbert Ave

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Huntingtn Bch, CA 92648

15401 Brookhurst St

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Westminster, CA 92683

26751 Portola Pkwy

Ralphs
Silverado, CA 92610

17452 Olive Hill Rd

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Trabuco Canyon, CA 92676

34700 Pacific Coast Hwy

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Dana Point, CA 92629

100 Turtle Rock Dr

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Irvine, CA 92603

23961 Calle De La Magdalena

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Laguna Hills, CA 92653

1205 S Ola Vista

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San Clemente, CA 92672

23712 Birtcher Dr

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Lake Forest, CA 92630

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Founded in 1878, Silverado, a California Historical Landmark, is an unincorporated community in Silverado Canyon, which is located in the Santa Ana Mountains in eastern Orange County, California. Portions of the town sit on a former Mexican land grant Rancho Lomas de Santiago. Silverado is located at the boundaries of Cleveland National Forest. The area was mined for silver during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Remnants of mining operations such as the Blue Light Mine are still scattered in the area. Timber was harvested for use by the railroad. Coal was mined at the time in Carbondale. Ancient sea life fossils can be found within the sandstone cliffs in the area. During Spanish rule, the canyon was visited by Spanish explorers and was known by the name Cañada de la Madera (Timber Canyon). The town in Spain by that name bears a remarkable resemblance to Silverado. (The name Silverado is a type of Spanglish indicating a place where silver is found; a parallel formation to El Dorado.) The area enjoyed a renaissance in popularity in the 1940s as a hot springs vacation retreat, during which time hotels and restaurants prospered. Many weekend cabins were also built at that time. Home to a number of artists and craftsmen, the town now consists of about 2,000 residents, a general store, a cafe, a public library, a church, two fire stations, a community center, and a post office. It hosts summer concerts, an annual Country Fair, and an Easter breakfast. A local landmark near Silverado is Cook's Corner, a bar popular with motorcyclists. Torrential rains from Pacific storms in 1939, and again in 1969, washed away homes and devastated roads and bridges. The latter storm resulted in a number of flood related casualties. On October 26, 2007, the Orange County Fire Authority issued a mandatory evacuation of the area due to the Santiago Fire. In September 2014, a fire burned approximately 1,000 acres (400 ha) within the canyon. However, no structures were lost.Today new homes and developments from nearby urban areas are encroaching on the canyons. The largest proposed projects are by the Irvine Company, which plans to build two developments stretching along Santiago Canyon Road from Jamboree Road past Irvine Lake.

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