"The model neighborhood of a California forest fire"
When the news is always showing the neighborhoods in California that are being consumed by forest fires, Cerro Drive is what comes to mind. With the exception of some apartment buildings the houses are all very indentical. They are two stories with shingle roofs, adobe style qualities and double style garages. The street does a 180 and you literally can't tell the difference from point A to point B. Cerro Drive is good for jogging, walking your dogs, skate boarding and other outdoor activities. The ironic thing about the forest fires is that there is actually a pocket of a slight forest area that surrounds Cerro Drive on the Southern edge towards Cabrillo Highway.