More than 125 people gathered on April 19 at MicroVention’s Worldwide Innovation Center to learn about the state of Aliso Viejo! Thank you to the Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce and MicroVention for co-hosting this great event with us!
The City’s aquatic partner Premier Aquatics will host a 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 […]
People of all ages gathered at the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center on Saturday, April 10 to celebrate the grand re-opening of our Aquatic Center. To better serve the community, our City recently finished retrofitting the facility with new lanes in the lap pool, plaster, coping and more. Our City Council was on hand to cut […]
More than 120 golfers gathered on Thursday, March 29 for the 15th annual Aliso Viejo Community Cup at the Aliso Viejo Country Club. The event benefits youth programs in town.
Get ready to shake tumble-n-roll in Aliso Viejo with NEW classes offered by Tumble-N-Kids Gymnastics! Providing recreational, non-competitive gymnastics to southland cities for more than three decades, the Huntington Beach-based company is teaming up with the City of Aliso Viejo to offer Tumble-N-Kids classes for youth as young as 12 months up to 8 years. […]
Good Samaritan Erick Woertink was recognized on March 7 by Dave Harrington, Mayor for saving the life of 27-year-old Aliso Viejo resident Austin by administrating CPR after he spotted him in distress while driving. Austin went into cardiac arrest while jogging and Erick immediately pulled over to help Austin. Erick is a hero and exemplifies our tagline of living […]
We’ve partnered with two-time Parenting OC Magazine Reader’s Choice winner Bionerds to offer the perfect classes for the kid who’s curious about what’s inside everything! With new hands-on biology workshops, kids in grades K-8th can have the chance to explore their inner scientist in a fun way with some of OC’s coolest instructors! With 4 topics offered this spring, […]
By Mayor Dave Harrington Are we ever going to get serious about school safety? The shooting at Columbine High School that left 13 dead occurred almost 20 years ago. The 2007 Virginia Tech shooting left 32 dead. The 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting left 26 dead, including 20 first graders. The 2014 UCSB shooting […]