Dogs don’t get much sweeter than this adorable pair

Canela and Princess are precious 4-year-old terrier mixes.   They were brought to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center because their owner could no longer care for them.   However, dogs don’t get much sweeter than this adorable pair. Canela is extremely dependent on Princess, so it would be nice if they could go home together. […]

Free month of swim lessons, prizes on tap at Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center

The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center is celebrating the beginning of fall by offering the public a free month of swim lessons and the chance to win family day passes. Kids taking part in either private swim lessons, perpetual group lessons or parent-and-me classes during September and October will automatically get the month of November for […]

Be prepared by registering for AlertOC today

September marks National Preparedness Month, urging residents and businesses to prepare for the many hazards that threaten our daily lives – most often occurring with little to no warning. AlertOC, Orange County’s mass notification system, is a critical link for residents to immediately learn of any required actions during a disaster, such as evacuating their […]

City reminding residents to follow school traffic flow plans

With the start of a new school year comes more traffic around Aliso Viejo schools this week.  To make this experience as smooth as possible, the City is reminding residents to follow their specific school’s traffic flow plan. For students attending Aliso Niguel High School, there are drop-off zones available at the intersection of Aliso […]

Relay For Life a grand success

The Relay For Life on August 22 at Niguel Hills Middle School was a grand success with elected officials, the Sheriff’s Department and residents from Laguna Niguel and Aliso Viejo all joining forces to raise money for cancer research and programs.  

Residents reminded to beware of coyotes

In light of recent coyote sightings, the City of Aliso Viejo is reminding residents and pet owners to be aware of coyotes living within the region.  The reminder comes after a resident reported this morning that two coyotes approached and followed her while walking her dog near Deerhurst and Wolverine Way. To ensure you and […]

Volunteers sought for Aliso Viejo Trails, Creek Clean-up event

Families, groups, businesses, organizations and individuals are sought to help keep our environment clean by removing trash and debris from our local trails and creeks during the Aliso Viejo Trails and Creek Clean-up event on Saturday, September 19.  The community-wide event is from 8 a.m. to noon, with registration taking place at the Aliso Viejo […]

Free flu shot event this fall

Free flu shots will be provided to the public on a first-come, first-served basis from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, October 16 at Soka University. Save the date and click here for details.