City Hall 32400 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 City Hall, a brown building west of downtown, is the headquarters for city services. It is home to the planning…More department, city manager, clerk and redevelopment agency. In City Council chambers, the City Council meets every first and third Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm for a closed session and at 6:30pm to make decisions before the public. The city's seven commissions (Cultural Heritage; Design Review; Housing Advisory; Planning; Transportation; Utilities; Parks and Recreation; and Open Space, Trails and Equestrian) also meet in the chambers. Agendas for these advisory bodies, as well as the City Council, are available in the clerk's office or <a href="http://www.sanjuancapistrano.org/">online</a>. City Hall is located in the City Hall Complex, where police services, a maintenance yard, public works and a groundwater recovery plant are also located.
Descanso Park 32400 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 This small park is operated by the City of San Juan Capistrano and like all city parks it is open from sunrise to…More sunset. It is located right behind the historic Dance Hall Building. The city-sponsored bike trail and horse path both pass through the park so it's a great spot to stop for lunch or a rest. It features picnic tables, playground equipment, horseshoe pits, restrooms and a small equestrian arena. It is also located near City Hall, the Police Station and the Utilities station.
The San Juan Springs Dance Hall 32506 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA92675 The historic San Juan Hot Springs Dance Hall building was built in 1880 at the Ortega Hot Springs, a natural hot springs…More bath that is located 15 miles east of the city center. It was a part of the vacation resort development that celebrated the springs and surrounding nature. It shared the resort with a hotel, general store, bath houses and cabins. The springs closed in 1936, but since then the site has reopened with new facilities in 1982. This Dance Hall structure was relocated to this present site and is now used for private events and of course, monthly hootenannies, yodeling contests and dances. It is operated by the City of San Juan Capestrano.