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Mayor Dave Harrington, who retired from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department after a nearly 29-year law enforcement career, shares his views on legislation dealing with crime in the following message: As I write this on April 6, I am reminded of the “Newhall Incident” from this date in 1970. Four Highway Patrol Officers Walt Frago, Roger Gore, George Alleyn […]
The City’s Imagine Town Center design meetings continue at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 6 at the Aliso Viejo Center, 31 Santa Barbara Drive. The revitalization plans anticipate a future for Aliso Viejo where we all have the chance to spend more time in the City we love, while enjoying more shopping and dining opportunities. You […]
The Aliso Viejo Community Association (AVCA) will host its Spring Celebration from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 8 at Grand Park in Aliso Viejo Town Center. The fun-filled family event includes egg hunts, face painting, bounce houses, children’s arts and crafts, music and visits with Peter Rabbit. Coast Hills Church will host a […]
The Imagine Town Center design meetings continue at 5:30 p.m. April 4 and April 6 at the Aliso Viejo Center, 31 Santa Barbara Drive. You can participate by attending or watching the LIVE-STREAMING of the event and send questions, comments and ideas to TownCenter@CityofAlisoViejo.com. See a slide show from the opening night here. Watch the live-stream
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Parents are invited to an important presentation on Tuesday, April 11 regarding preventing drinking and drug use in local youth. Sponsored by the Aliso Niguel High School PTSA, the presentation is at 6:30 p.m. at the Aliso Niguel High School library at 28000 Wolverine Way. Through insight from representatives of the National Council on Alcoholism […]
In an effort to protect the public, the Orange County Fire Authority is reminding Aliso Viejo residents to use caution this spring and summer during snake season. “Residents can expect to see more snakes out and about, particularly in the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park as well in other open areas, thanks to an […]
Sergeant Ray Ulmer, a 27-year Orange County Sheriff’s Department veteran and Aliso Viejo’s Administrative Sergeant, will retire from his post this month. An outstanding leader, communicator and mentor, Sgt. Ulmer is respected by peers, supervisors and community members alike. Since he began serving Aliso Viejo 3½ years ago, Sgt. Ulmer has gone above and beyond […]