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, […]
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Business Watch is a crime prevention program that enlists the active participation of business owners, in cooperation with law enforcement, to reduce crime in their community. This is a free program that shows business owners and employees crime prevention techniques and strategies they can use to help cut down on business-related crime. The goal of […]
Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent crime. Since 1972, when the National Sheriff’s Association implemented the program, Neighborhood Watch has meant neighbors watching out for each other, working on neighborhood problems, and making themselves safer by working with law enforcement. Community involvement is one of the most […]
The City of Aliso Viejo hosts a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Academy on an annual basis. This course teaches participants basic emergency and disaster preparedness skills to enable them to take care of themselves, their families, neighbors, and coworkers in the event of an emergency or in the hours and days following a community-wide […]
During the City’s history and before, inhabitants of the area have dealt with various natural hazards that affect the entire region. Historical data indicates that residents of the area have always confronted earth movements, fires, flooding and storms. It has never been possible to predict when these disasters will occur or the effects that they […]