Recreation Classes

ALISO VIEJO COMMUNITY CONNECTION RECREATION GUIDE & CITY NEWS WINTER 2019   Register Online Registration Form Registration Information & Policies     BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR A contract instructor is an independent contractor (contract instructors are not City employees) who is interested in providing recreation classes, workshops or camps for the City. Those interested in becoming […]

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 […]

Council Member Tiffany Ackley

Tiffany Ackley was elected to the Aliso Viejo City Council in 2018.  She has called South Orange County home since 1980, having attended local public schools from elementary level to high school. When it came time to settle down, Tiffany’s family knew where they wanted to live–Aliso Viejo. Tiffany graduated Scripps College with a Bachelor of […]

City Council – General Information

The Aliso Viejo City Council holds its Regular Meetings on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.  When needed, Closed Sessions and workshops are held prior to the Regular Meeting. Please view the Council meeting agendas for more information. Elected Officials Mayor: Ross Chun Mayor Pro Tem: Mike Munzing Council Member: Tiffany Ackley Council […]

Community Services

The Community Services Department offers Aliso Viejo residents exceptional service, innovative programs, special events and diverse cultural and educational experiences in vibrant, sustainable spaces. The department, which maximizes City resources through collaborative partnerships within the community, is committed to facilitating activities that grow strong families, promote healthy lifestyles and support the strong sense of community […]

Public Works Project Alert

As part of the 2018 Aliso Creek Road Rehabilitation project between Aliso Viejo Parkway and SR-73, CalRecycle diverted nearly 6,600 tires from California landfills. As part of the 2017 Aliso Viejo Parkway Rehabilitation project that took place from Cedarbrook to Moulton, CalRecycle diverted approximately 6,000 tires from California landfills.