Calling all curious kids for Bionerds!

We’ve partnered with two-time Parenting OC Magazine Reader’s Choice winner Bionerds to offer the perfect classes for the kid who’s curious about what’s inside everything! With new hands-on biology workshops, kids in grades K-8th can have the chance to explore their inner scientist in a fun way with some of OC’s coolest instructors! With 4 topics offered this spring, […]

Low-cost pet vaccination clinic planned for March 13

Aliso Viejo pet owners can help keep their dogs and cats healthy by visiting the next low-cost pet vaccination clinic on March 13 at the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center.  The clinic is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at 28095 Hillcrest. Rabies vaccinations are $10, with other vaccines for dogs and cats available at […]

Mayor’s Message: Suicide Prevention

Please note: The City Council on Wednesday, February 21 passed a resolution in support of suicide prevention. His latest message that follows is about this very topic: By Mayor Harrington One of the worst calls a first responder goes to is suicide. My first day on patrol I was dispatched to a suicide involving a […]

Excellence in financial reporting

The City has received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its fiscal year 2017-18 Annual Budget by the Government Finance Officers Association, a professional association of roughly 18,500 state, provincial and local government finance officers in the U.S. and Canada This prestigious award is presented to entities satisfying nationally recognized guidelines for effective budget presentation. The […]

Baby items sought for Aliso Viejo’s adopted Marines

The Aliso Viejo Marine Adoption Committee is teaming up with Alicante Apartment Homes to collect baby items for a special baby shower to benefit members of the 1st Maintenance Battalion. Beginning Tuesday, February 13, you can drop off diapers, onesies, blankets, shampoo, lotion, wipes, new or gently used clothing, powder, towels, washcloths, diaper rash cream, […]

After-school transportation program for Aliso Viejo students

Did you know the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach offers an after-school transportation program from several Aliso Viejo schools?  The City provides the club with $30,000 in Community Grant Funding for the transportation program the runs from Canyon Vista, Don Juan Avila, Oak Grove and Wood Canyon elementary schools as well as Aliso Viejo […]