Bringing a new meaning to the term “protect and serve,” Aliso Viejo Police Services personnel will volunteer as servers on September 22 to collect tips for the Special Olympics. The department is teaming up with Macaroni Grill to bring “Tip-A-Cop” back to Aliso Viejo. Working with restaurant staff and Special Olympics athletes, uniformed Sheriff’s deputies […]
The Aliso Viejo Center hosted a spectacular Summer Bridal Fair on August 24 to showcase its vast amenities. People can plan their weddings or special events at this beautiful center that overlooks the golf course at 31 Santa Barbara Drive by calling 949-425-2555.
Mayor Mike Munzing talks about back-to-school safety in his latest message, which follows: With summer coming to an end and a new school year about to begin, it’s essential to take steps to keep our students safe. Whether walking, riding bikes, catching the bus or driving to school, students must take proper safety precautions. This includes motorists […]
The threat of invasive Aedes albopictus (Asian tiger mosquito) and Aedes aegypti (yellow fever mosquito) species in Orange County continues to grow. There have been recent detections of Asian tiger mosquito in Mission Viejo and Newport Beach, and the yellow fever mosquito in Santa Ana. (See a map here.) Both mosquitos are carriers of West […]
To help residents with their parking needs, the City has tailored its street-sweeping schedule to provide open parking areas near each area being swept. The new schedule takes effect this month.Street sweeping has long been an essential street maintenance activity that keeps Aliso Viejo streets clean and attractive by removing trash, leaves and sediment and preventing […]
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In light of recent tragedies across the country and world, Aliso Viejo Police Services is asking residents to always take precautions and be aware of their surroundings. Now more than ever is it essential to say something if you see something. In fact, Police Services has long endorsed the national “If You See Something, Say […]
The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center, which serves Aliso Viejo, is seeking families to foster kittens in loving homes until they are ready to be adopted into permeant homes. Kittens arrive at the center as young as a day or two old – requiring bottle feeding – up to 7 weeks old when they need a […]
The City’s next General Municipal Election is November 8. City Council members are elected at-large for a four-year term and serve staggered terms. Three Council seats are open this year, with the two remaining seats open in 2018. The nomination period opens Monday, July 18. Click here for more information.
Awma Road will be open to two-way traffic from Alicia Parkway beginning July 18. This means all vehicles parking at Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park will enter and exit from Alicia Parkway via Awma Road. All vehicle traffic for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints at 28291 Alicia Parkway will also enter […]