When it’s hot, remember these tips to prevent heat-related illnesses

When extreme heat is in the forecast, please remember the following tips: If you do not have air conditioning, consider places you can go to beat the heat including the library, local mall and movie theater. –          Don’t forget your pets!  Ensure they have enough water and a cool space as well. During extreme heat: […]

Fundraiser Aug. 22 will benefit families of fallen deputies

Head to Chili’s in Aliso Viejo Town Center Tuesday, August 22 with this flier in hand and 15% of every bill including take-out orders will toward the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriff’s Memorial Fund. This nonprofit charitable organization directly assists the surviving families of fallen Orange County deputies who have made the ultimate sacrifice. Restaurant […]

Toll road traffic alert

Caltrans has scheduled ramp lane closures to remove toll booths, and the work could impact Aliso Viejo motorists. Detour routes will be posted, but be aware of the following information. During the week of August 14, one ramp lane will remain open at El Toro 73 N/B off ramp and El Toro 73 S/B on ramp. On Friday, August […]

Mayor’s Message: Back-to-school safety

By Mayor David Harrington It’s August and that means school is back! If school is back, traffic is back. I have five kids ranging in age from 15 to 30. I have driven my fair share of kids to elementary, middle and high school. One constant through all this time is not baseball, it’s parents […]

Remember to beware of coyotes in the region

With local reports of coyote sightings, the City of Aliso Viejo is reminding residents to be aware of coyotes living within the region. The number of coyote sightings in urban areas of California has increased in recent years. Coyote mating season is in late January through February and pups are born in March and April. […]