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 […]

Free Tenant Rights Workshop

The Fair Housing Foundation will host a Tenant Rights Workshop on Thursday, March 14 from 2-4 p.m. in the Council Chamber at 12 Journey.  This workshop is free and open to the public.  Attendees will learn how they are protected under fair housing laws, what their rights and responsibilities as tenants are, and how to deal […]

Mayor’s March Message – South County Outreach

In the opening of Aliso Viejo’s promotional video, we describe ourselves as “An affluent community…” That statement is used proudly but belies the underlying fact that as with cities in California and across the country, our City, alongside its natural beauty, carefully designed parks and thoroughfares and bustling shopping areas, has a segment of the […]

Jam-packed, fun events you don’t want to miss this spring!

With spring on its way, we’re gearing up for an extravaganza of amazing community events. Mark your calendar for the following dates: 1) Kids Summer Opportunities Fair Jamboree! at the Cube 10 am to 3 pm, Saturday, March 2. Join us for a free family day of activities and learning about how your child can […]

Mayor’s February Message

By Mayor Ross Chun Our City is an exciting blend of business, residential, recreation and education. This combination contributes to our high quality of life and makes Aliso Viejo uniquely balanced for all who live, work, shop and play here. An important part of our City is Soka University, with its incredible campus, artfully constructed […]