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With another significant storm forecasted later this week, the City of Aliso Viejo is once again reminding residents to take precautions now. The National Weather Service says a strong storm system will move through Southern California late Thursday night through Saturday, bringing heavy precipitation and winds. You can prepare your home for the rain and […]
The Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team will epitomize its motto of “Life without a limb is limitless” when it competes against an Orange County team on Sunday, March 25 at the Saddleback College baseball stadium. The game is part of this year’s Veterans Resource Fair hosted by Assemblyman Bill Brough and Senator Pat Bates. The mission […]
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Law enforcement will step up patrols this weekend as part of the “Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk” campaign urging football fans to call the right play on Super Bowl weekend and pass the keys to a sober driver before the drinking begins. The Sheriff’s Department will deploy additional officers on special DUI saturation patrols […]
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New afterschool program for grades K-5
By Mayor David Harrington The City of Aliso Viejo will celebrate its sweet 16th birthday this year. The City embarked upon a rebranding in 2016 to define who we are as a City distinguish ourselves and identify our uniqueness for businesses, visitors, residents and potential residents. Every portion of Aliso Viejo from the shape of […]
With the use of drones in the region on the rise, the City is encouraging drone enthusiasts to know the rules before they fly their unmanned aircraft over Aliso Viejo. As part of an effort to educate the public, the City has posted detailed information (here) about the Federal Aviation Administration’s “Know Before You Fly” […]
Swim instructors, lifeguards sought!