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.        

Street Rehabilitation Projects on the horizon

The City is gearing up for several street rehabilitation projects next fiscal year that are designed to extend the life of Aliso Viejo streets. The City is proactive with ensuring streets are maintained through funding generated by gas tax and OCTA Measure M2 sales tax rather than our General Fund. This past fall Californians began […]

SCE night work expected to continue through mid-February

The night work by Southern California Edison (SCE) at Alicia Parkway and Pacific Park Drive is expected to continue for the next two to three weeks. The utility’s night work for the project was required by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and City of Laguna Niguel. The work could produce various noise levels that […]

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, […]

Aliso Viejo Parkway Rehabilitation Project underway

Construction is set to begin July 19 on the Aliso Viejo Parkway Rehabilitation Project, which is designed to improve and extend the life of this busy City street. Work will generally take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aliso Viejo Parkway from Cedarbrook to Moulton. The project entails grinding existing asphalt and the […]

Dairy Fork Constructed Wetland and Habitat Restoration

The City of Aliso Viejo on February 22, 2016 broke ground on the Dairy Fork Wetland and Habitat Restoration Project. The project is located at the southwest corner of Aliso Viejo and Moulton parkways. The City is the lead agency on this project that will treat urban runoff from 1,500 acres of mixed residential and […]

Slurry Seal work begins April 6

As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin slurry seal work on Monday, April 6 throughout different parts of the City. The slurry seal work is expected to be finished within two weeks. Access to residential communities may be impacted at times throughout the project due to expected […]

Stormwater Program

Stormwater and urban runoff pick up pollutants as it flows through the storm drain systems – networks of channels, gutters and pipes that collect runoff from streets, neighborhoods, farms, construction sites and parking lots – and empties into local waterways, such as creeks, rivers and beaches. Unlike sewage, which goes to wastewater treatment plants, stormwater […]