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 […]

Pollution Prevention for Residents

Anything we use in our home, yard or cars, like paint, pesticide, fertilizers, cleaners and motor oil can flow into the street, parking lot which may contribute to water pollution. Fortunately, it doesn’t take much to prevent pollution. For more information on pollution prevention, please click on the following links: The Ocean Begins at Your […]

Water Efficient Landscape Program

Water Efficient Landscape Regulations Guidelines for Compliance with Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance Plant Palette Water Districts · El Toro Water District · Moulton Niguel Water District Water Supply Information, impacts to customers For more information, please contact the Department of Public Works. Phone: (949) 425-2530 Email: public-works@cityofalisoviejo.com

Recycling and Waste Program

In 1989, Assembly Bill 939, known as the Integrated Waste Management Act, was passed due to the increase in the waste stream and the decrease in landfill capacity. As a result, the California Integrated Waste Management Board was established, and then the name changed to California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery or CalRecycle. 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, […]