Monthly Disaster Preparedness Tip

  In an effort to help keep the community safe, the City’s Emergency Management Coordinator Sarah Barker is offering up a monthly disaster preparedness tip. This month’s tip deals with earthquake preparedness at the workplace. Remember the following:   1.    Keep a “go-kit” at work. If roads are closed and you cannot get home, do […]

Low-cost Pet & Vet Clinic January 17

Low-cost Pet & Vet Clinic January 17 In an effort to keep Aliso Viejo pets healthy, the City’s Family Resource Center is joining forces with the Society for California Veterinary Vaccine Care to host a low-cost Pet & Vet Clinic on Saturday, January 17. The cash-only clinic will offer vaccinations and micro-chipping at discounted rates […]

Mayor’s first message of the year

Mayor Bill Phillips talks about goals for the coming year in his first Mayor’s Message of 2015, which follows: As a founding City Council member and longtime resident, I have been privileged to witness — and have a part in — the transformation of Aliso Viejo from a slice of unincorporated Orange County to a […]

Broker ‘Meet and Greet’ set for Jan. 28

In an effort to enhance communication with the brokerage community and to keep apprised of business activity in the community, the City of Aliso Viejo will host its next semi-annual broker forum on Wednesday, January 28. The forums give the City the opportunity to keep brokers and others informed about new initiatives, programs and improvements […]

Drop off food at City Hall to benefit the less fortunate

With a new year underway, now is the time to consider giving back to the less fortunate in our community. You can do so by dropping off canned or non-perishable food items at Aliso Viejo City Hall, which serves as a drop-point for South County Outreach. A food barrel is conveniently located near the entrance […]

Applications available for Community Assistance Grant Program starting Jan. 1

The City of Aliso Viejo will begin accepting applications for its annual Community Assistance Grant Program on January 1. Applications are due to the City by 3 p.m. on March 31. Each year, the City contributes partial funding for selected community service programs and activities by not-for-profit organizations that provide valuable services to the community. […]

Iglesia Park ball field project expected to be finished this month

Iglesia Park is getting an extensive makeover with new soccer and ball fields as part of a City project meant to improve the community. The ball field reconditioning project at Iglesia Park began in mid-November and is expected to be finished by the end of the year. The $195,000 improvement project includes re-grading, irrigation, new […]

Snow Fest registration underway

The City of Aliso Viejo will host its annual Snow Fest event on Saturday, January 24. More than 55 tons of snow will transform Grand Park into a winter wonderland with long and short sled runs and a snow exploration area for children 5 and under. Pre-event registration is required and begins for Aliso Viejo […]

City of Aliso Viejo partners with TEDxOrangeCoast on 2-day conference at Soka

The fourth annual TEDxOrangeCoast fall conference “Tipping Point” takes place September 19-20 at Soka University of America. TEDxOrangeCoast conferences are known for inspiring change through positive actions by showcasing people’s ideas. TEDxOrangeCoast is a nonprofit independently organized event devoted to “Ideas Worth Spreading” through annual conferences featuring fascinating doers and thinkers who present in 18 […]

Celebrate summer with weekday specials at Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center

The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center is celebrating summer with a host of specials throughout the week. The facility is now open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 29 Santa Barbara Drive. Every Monday, guests will enjoy “Parent & Me Mondays” where parents will pay the youth entry fee with a paid […]