Environmental Services

The City of Aliso Viejo is committed to protecting the environment and is proactive in the implementation of pollution control and recycling measures. The Environmental Services Section has developed comprehensive Stormwater and Solid Waste and Recycling Programs. Under these programs, the City provides assistance to residents and business owners, Homeowner Associations and Service Companies in […]

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, […]

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:  Dave Harrington Mayor Pro Tem: Ross Chun Council Member: Mike Munzing Council […]

Public Safety – General Information

The Public Safety Department includes the following Divisions: Law Enforcement Crime Prevention Animal Care Services Emergency Management Law Enforcement The City of Aliso Viejo is one of the safest cities in California and is known for its high quality of life and family-oriented community that includes a balance of residential, recreational and business opportunities along […]

Planning Services – General Information

The Aliso Viejo Planning Department is responsible for articulating and implementing the community vision of the natural and built environment as outlined in the General Plan, a comprehensive strategy for management of future physical growth and change within the community. Additionally, Planning Services administers the City Zoning Code and other ordinances/codes related to land use […]

Financial Services – General Information

The Department of Financial Services is primarily responsible for all budgeting, accounting, investments, debt service, fixed assets, and information technology (IT). In addition to preparing the City’s annual budget, the Department is also responsible for safeguarding the City’s financial assets through prudent internal control policies, maintaining budgetary control over all City funds, supporting strategic and […]

Economic Development – General Information

Aliso Viejo is Orange County’s 34th and newest city! As the newest city in Orange County, Aliso Viejo offers modern retail and office buildings and state-of-the-art amenities. Here you will find a balanced mix of high-profile corporate offices for established companies, young professionals thriving at fast-growing firms and emerging entrepreneurs. The City of Aliso Viejo […]

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 […]

FY 2010-11 Budget Summary

Anticipated General Fund Revenues in FY 2010-11 total $13,165,735. Adopted General Fund Appropriations for FY 2010-11 total $12,860,830, which includes funding for operations, debt service and transfers to other funds. For descriptions of the revenue and appropriation categories and more detailed information, please see the FY 2010-11 Adopted Budget.  

FY 2011-12 Budget Summary

Anticipated General Fund Revenues in FY 2011-12 total $13,809,880. Adopted General Fund Appropriations for FY 2011-12 total $13,440,955, which includes funding for operations, debt service and transfers to other funds. For descriptions of the revenue and appropriation categories and more detailed information, please see the FY 2011-12 Adopted Budget.