Annual Slurry Seal As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin its annual slurry seal project mid-April 2019 throughout different areas of the community. The work is expected to be finished mid-May. See detailed information Resident Notification – FY18-19 Slurry Seal and the Aliso Viejo 2019 Slurry Seal Map. Glenwood […]

Mayor’s April Message

Living in a beautiful suburban setting like Aliso Viejo affords residents many opportunities for an enviable lifestyle that includes shopping, dining, business and recreation. But with all these options tugging at our busy schedules, we often forget about the rejuvenating benefits the natural beauty of Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park offers us. Dedicated to […]

Community Services Grant applications available

The Community Grant program is a competitive grant opportunity for non-profit organizations providing cultural, recreational and human services, funded through the City of Aliso Viejo. We will accept applications for the competitive grant until 5 pm on April 1, 2019. Please review the cover letter, application and council policy for additional requirements. If you are […]

Common household items could be deadly to your pet

In honor of Pet Poison Prevention Week, our Animal Services Center is reminding pet owners about many household items that could put their pets’ lives at risk. Most folks know chocolate is bad for Fido, but there are other common items that could cause harm to a pet. Several plants are toxic to dogs and […]

Public review period for Community Development Block Grant Funds

The draft 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan for expenditures of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Funds is available for public review through April 12, 2019. The Community Development Block Grant program is a program that provides communities with resources to address a wide range of community development needs. All interested people will have the opportunity to comment […]

PROJECT ALERT: Laguna Audubon Basin Retrofit project starts March 18

OC Public Works will begin a two-month project on March 18 to make repairs to the southwest facing embankment of the Laguna Audubon Basin, located next to El Toro Road and the 73. A recent geological survey revealed minor erosion within the basin’s piping. In an effort to remedy the deficiency and reinforce the basin, OC […]