The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center at 29 Santa Barbara is currently hiring for the following positions: Lifeguard Pool Administrator Swim Instructor To apply for these positions, click here or call 949-716-3333. To apply for any other position, please download the City application here.
Aliso Viejo provides a majority of municipal services on a contractual basis through other public agencies and private companies. The City Manager’s Office administers an array of contracts including the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, Orange County Fire Authority, City of Mission Viejo Animal Services and Doctor’s Ambulance.
The City of Aliso Viejo is a member of the California Joint Powers Insurance Authority (CJPIA), which consists of more than 120 public agencies. The City obtains insurance policies and various risk management services through CJPIA. The City Manager’s Department administers liability claims, workers’ compensation claims and safety programs. For more information about CJPIA, click […]
Human Resources includes administration of the City’s classification and compensation plan (click here for a salary schedule); benefits programs; disciplinary and grievance procedures; recruitment and selection processes. The City’s goal in Human Resources is to attract and retain a highly talented and qualified workforce. The City posts current job openings online. If you enjoy working […]
Aliso Viejo is well-known as a strong and lively community designed to meet the growing needs of individuals, families, professionals and enterprising businesses. The City supports a thriving business community with companies such as Pacific Life Insurance Co.; United Parcel Service (UPS); Clarient; Microsemi; Q-Logic; Lennar Homes; Buy.Com; Fluor Daniel; Pepsi Bottling, Inc.; Shea Homes; […]
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Empty sand bags are available at Station 57 and most OCFA fire stations during the rainy months of the year. Sand and empty sandbags are available to Aliso Viejo residents on a fill your own basis at Station 22 located at 24001 Paseo de Valencia in Laguna Woods.
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This free service provides a physical check of your residence to ensure your home remains secure while you are away on vacation. For additional information, call (949) 425-2564 or you may fill out the Vacation Home Check Form and email it to Brett Gardner at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to (949) 425-3889.
Aliso Viejo Police Services offers a variety of child safety programs to Aliso Viejo residents including: • Bicycle safety rodeos • Helmet safety • Pedestrian safety including Walk to School Day • Internet safety • Bullying prevention • Personal safety These programs are available for community groups, school assemblies, or after-school programs. For more information, […]