Residents throughout the community are sending heartfelt messages to Aliso Viejo Police Services Deputy Denise French who was injured last week after a fight with a suspect.Deputy French was spotlighted on the social media site Nextdoor by Chief of Police Services Lt. John MacPherson as part of a new series to introduce Aliso Viejo’s dedicated […]
The City of Aliso Viejo is seeking an intern for the Planning Department. The City’s Internship Program is designed to provide hands-on experience and exposure to the functions and responsibilities of the Planning Department. This is a part-time, training-level position with flexible work hours depending on availability and class schedules. Click here for the flier.
The City Council on April 6 proclaimed April as DMV/Donate Life California Month. Donate Life California is a nonprofit organ and tissue donor registry dedicated to saving the lives of people waiting for transplants. According to the organization, more than 123,000 Americans are currently waiting for an organ transplant, nearly 22,000 live in California. People […]
To avoid a scheduling conflict with the California Association of Realtors meeting in Sacramento, the City of Aliso Viejo’s April 27 Broker Meet and Greet has been rescheduled to Tuesday, May 3. Designed to enhance communication with the brokerage community, the event will also give brokers the opportunity to meet the City’s new Director of […]
Featured Business of the Month
The Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce held its March mixer at Pita Pita in Town Center. Mixers give businesses and professionals in the community the opportunity to network. For more information about the chamber, visit http://www.alisoviejochamber.com.
The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) recently launched a free mobile app designed to save lives. The app, available for iPhone or Droid at www.pulsepoint.org/pulsepoint-respond/, is aimed at citizens and off-duty professionals trained in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). It alerts users when a sudden cardiac arrest occurs in a public place near their location. Informed at […]
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 […]
Omar Dadabhoy, a longtime community development professional, has been selected as the City of Aliso Viejo’s new Director of Planning Services. He takes over the reins from Interim Planning Director Vern Jones on February 8. Omar brings a wealth of experience to the job, having served as the City of Stanton’s Director of Economic and […]