ETCO Homes is bringing Lakeview Senior Living to Yorba Linda
- Notice of Availability – Lakeview Senior Living (ETCO Homes) (PDF)
- Lakeview Senior Living (ETCO Homes) Draft SEIR (PDF)
- Lakeview Senior Living (ETCO Homes) Appendices (PDF)
- Response To Comments For Lakeview Senior Living FSEIR (PDF)
Yorba Linda Lakebed Timeline
- 1870’s – The Anaheim Union Canal was constructed to bring irrigation water from the Santa Ana River to the area that is now Yorba Linda, Placentia, East Fullerton, and East Anaheim. It was originally called the Cajon Canal.
- 1902 – The land occupied by the Yorba Reservoir was acquired by the Anaheim Union Water Company.
- 1905 – Construction of the Yorba Reservoir began.
- 1908 – The Yorba Reservoir first used to store water.
- 1932 – The dam and part of the reservoir bottom were treated with oil to reduce seepage, an ongoing issue with the dam.
- 1940 – The height of the dam was increased to give a spillway level water surface of 60 acres.
- 1951 – Extensive soil treatment of the dam was completed to reduce seepage.
- 1963 – Reservoir seepage was estimated at 8-12 acre feet per day. A management report to the Anaheim Union Water Co. recommended that all water related activities be discontinued.
- June, 1969 – The Yorba Rerservoir was drained.
- 1972 – The Yorba Reservoir was acquired by the Orange County Flood Control District for use as a flood retarding basin.
- 1973 – A dam safety analysis showed the dam unsafe to impound water permanently.
- 1975 – The reservoir outlet gate was removed and a debris barrier installed.
- 1979 – The Yorba Linda Lakebed Association, Inc. was formed to protect and promote the natural open space and wildlife environment.
- 2014 – The citizens of Yorba Linda are tasked with the continued endeavor to protect and promote the natural open space and wildlife environment.