With just a few short weeks left in the school year, the City’s new Summer Camps are filling up fast! Registration is underway for a host of fun-filled camps – including the popular Hunger Games Camp. Kicking off June 11, Hunger Games – without the violence – is an action-packed adventure camp where your tribute […]
The Orange County Registrar of Voters is seeking hundreds of poll workers throughout Orange County to serve as inspectors and clerks on Election Day June 5. Folks who are registered to vote in California are eligible to volunteer in Orange County. The Polling Place Inspector has the responsibility of overseeing the Election Day operations at an assigned […]
With warmer weather and summer on tap, it’s essential to remember safety in and around the water to prevent drownings. Every year, the City of Aliso Viejo works to ensure residents know how to prevent these preventable tragedies. Please see the following tips and links for important water safety information. First and foremost, remember the […]
Help keep your furry family members healthy by heading to the next low-cost pet vaccination clinic on Tuesday, May 15. The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center, which has served Aliso Viejo since 2009, will host the clinic from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 28095 Hillcrest. Rabies vaccinations are $10, with other vaccines for dogs and cats available […]
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The City’s aquatic partner Premier Aquatics will host an information night for parents and kids interested in joining the Flying Fish swim team. The event is at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 10 at the facility located at 29 Santa Barbara Drive. Kids will have the chance to learn about the program, try on team suits […]
Local teens, parents and community members alike are invited to this essential program on Monday, April 30.
With spring in full swing and warmer temperatures on tap, the City is reminding residents to use caution during snake season. The annual snake season is typically from March to October. Here are some steps to discourage snake activity around your home: * Fill up gopher and squirrel holes with stones and dirt. Snakes use […]