City and Community Special Events

Community events abound in Aliso Viejo. For more information, visit our City Calendar and mark your calendar for the following special events! New Free Education Electives for Seniors: Don’t miss these informative programs to stay in the know! Call 949-425-2550 for information and register here. Annual State of the City Event: April 18 from 6-8 pm at the […]

Slurry Seal – General Information

The City of Aliso Viejo maintains the quality of its roads and streets through a process called “slurry sealing.” Slurry seal is a mixture of fine aggregate and emulsified asphalt that serves as a preventative maintenance measure that extends the life of our neighborhood roads by sealing them from the harmful effects of water penetration, […]

Public Works Project Alert

Annual Slurry Seal As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin its annual slurry seal project mid-April 2019 throughout different areas of the community. The work is expected to be finished mid-May. See detailed information Resident Notification – FY18-19 Slurry Seal and the Aliso Viejo 2019 Slurry Seal Map. County […]

Recreation Classes

ALISO VIEJO COMMUNITY CONNECTION RECREATION GUIDE & CITY NEWS Get a sneak peek of summer camps (click below) and register by May 5 to save money! Our 2019 Summer Camps include new full- and half-day offerings along with our new Lunch Bunch program to ensure your child has the best summer ever! Register by May 5 […]

Public Works – General Information

The Public Works Department encompasses four Sections: Engineering, Environmental Services, Building & Safety, and Code Enforcement. Department staff work with the public, contractors, developers, utility companies, and other public agencies. General tasks include infrastructure management, construction management, construction inspection, plan review and code enforcement. The Public Works Director/City Engineer is Shaun Pelletier. For more information, […]

Council Member Dave Harrington

Dave Harrington served the citizens of Aliso Viejo as Mayor in 2017 and 2018. He served as Mayor Pro Tem in 2016. Dave began living in Orange County when he was 6 years old. His dad, a Navy man, was stationed at the Los Alamitos Naval Yard and moved the family to Garden Grove before finally settling […]

2019 Mayor Ross Chun

Ross Chun was selected by his colleagues to serve as Mayor for 2019 after serving the citizens of Aliso Viejo as Mayor Pro Tem in 2018. An Aliso Viejo resident for nearly two decades, Ross chose this beautiful city to call home because of its fine schools, diverse recreational activities, and attractive business opportunities. Ross and his family […]

2019 Mayor Pro Tem Mike Munzing

Mike Munzing served as Mayor of Aliso Viejo in 2016 and was selected by his colleagues to serve as Mayor Pro Tem for 2019. He grew up in Orange, Calif. as the youngest of four children and the son of a pastor. He worked full time to put himself through college and holds a BS Degree […]

Council Member Bill Phillips

Bill Phillips is a founding member of the Aliso Viejo City Council. He served as the City’s third Mayor in 2004 since Aliso Viejo’s July 1, 2001 incorporation. He went on to serve as Mayor again in 2008 and 2015. Bill served as Mayor Pro Tem in 2012. Bill works as an urban design consultant […]

Information about Lead Hazards

If your building was built before 1978, chances are the original paint contains lead. Find out about health hazards and what to do. About Lead Lead is a naturally occurring metal that was used in many products, before it was severely restricted in the late 1970s. Lead is harmful to the human body, with no […]