The 12th annual Aliso Viejo Community Cup on Friday, May 29 will give community members a chance to tee off at the picturesque Jack Nicklaus-designed course with a United States Marine. The annual event is offering the “Sponsor-A-Marine” program, giving the public the opportunity to play golf with a Marine or sponsor the Marine for […]
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Mayor Bill Phillips talks about the upcoming Aliso Viejo Community Cup in his latest message, which follows: It was 12 years ago that a grassroots effort was launched to raise money for a new city. The year was 2003, two years after Aliso Viejo became Orange County’s 34th city, when the Community Cup was born. […]
The San Diego Regional Water Board is hosting a Drought Summit May 11 to discuss collaborative solutions to meet Governor Brown’s recent water use reduction mandate. The summit is from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Click here for more information.
Learn how to save water, energy and money at a free community event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 at the Laguna Niguel Civic Center. Click here for details.
Five ducklings were reunited with their mother today after being rescued from a storm drain in Aliso Viejo. A resident on a morning walk noticed a mother duck and duckling pacing around a storm drain at the corner of Rosy Finch and Westgate. As he approached, the resident heard more ducklings chirping from inside the […]
Spring is here and so is warmer weather. Because of that, Mission Viejo Animal Services, which serves Aliso Viejo, is reminding pet owners about the dangers of leaving dogs in a hot car. On a warm day, temperatures can climb rapidly inside your car – and leaving your pet in the car for “just a […]
A sink hole in the #1 eastbound lane of Pacific Park at Woodfield Park is prompting the closure of the lane as well as the left-turn lane onto Woodfield. The City discovered the sink hole today and closed the lanes immediately to investigate and repair the problem. The closure could take place through Wednesday. Stay […]
More than 70 people were recognized for their volunteer efforts.
Did you know that California’s chances for an 8.0-magnitude or larger earthquake in the next 30 years has doubled per the US Geological Survey? Did you know Southern California is overdue for “the big one”? Can your household be on its own without power, gas, water, credit cards, ATMs, grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and […]