Residents reminded to beware of coyotes

In light of recent coyote sightings, the City of Aliso Viejo is reminding residents and pet owners to be aware of coyotes living within the region.  The reminder comes after a resident reported this morning that two coyotes approached and followed her while walking her dog near Deerhurst and Wolverine Way. To ensure you and […]

Volunteers sought for Aliso Viejo Trails, Creek Clean-up event

Families, groups, businesses, organizations and individuals are sought to help keep our environment clean by removing trash and debris from our local trails and creeks during the Aliso Viejo Trails and Creek Clean-up event on Saturday, September 19.  The community-wide event is from 8 a.m. to noon, with registration taking place at the Aliso Viejo […]

Free flu shot event this fall

Free flu shots will be provided to the public on a first-come, first-served basis from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, October 16 at Soka University. Save the date and click here for details.

Aliso Viejo Community Cup nets $33K for youth programs

Youth community programs in town will benefit from $33,800 in proceeds from the 12th Annual Aliso Viejo Community Cup on May 29. Net proceeds from the community golf tournament, hosted by the Aliso Viejo Community Foundation, will help support the Capistrano Valley Boys & Girls Club-Aliso Viejo Branch after-school programs at Iglesia Park and the […]

Chamber to mix it up Thursday

The Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, August 20 will host a mixer from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Aliso Viejo Conference Center. The mixer will feature guest speaker Councilman Ross Chun talking about sustainability and will give guests the chance to meet and mingle with civic and business leaders.Cost is $10 […]

Clothing Drive will help local men, women enter the workforce

Clean out your closet and make a difference in the community by donating to a special clothing drive next month. As part of National Day of Remembrance and Service, the City of Aliso Viejo Family Resource Center is teaming up with WHW to host the drive from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, September 10 […]

Reeca never lets her disability slow her down

Reeca, a 5-year-old brown tabby, is a special cat who’s blind in one eye. After examining her right eye, a veterinary ophthalmologist determined she probably had an injury at some point in her life that caused her to lose her sight in that eye.  However, Reeca has never let her disability slow her down.  She […]

Remember your pets in this extreme heat, too

With extremely hot weather forecasted for the next few days, the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center is urging animal owners to remember that heat affects our pets too. Animals have higher body temperatures than we do and less ability to cool down. Humans are covered with sweat glands, but our pets’ sweat glands are confined […]

Reports of stolen bicycles on the rise

Aliso Viejo Police Services is encouraging residents to secure their bicycles after an increase in reports of bikes stolen from the area. During the last three months, 10 bicycles have been reported stolen in Aliso Viejo.  The bicycles were mostly taken from patios, front porches and open garages. Aliso Viejo investigators are looking into the […]

Stay safe during excessive heat

An “Excessive Heat Watch” has been issued for Orange County Friday through Sunday. The following tips can help you stay safe during extreme temperatures: –          Know the “heat index.”  This is the temperature your body feels when the impacts of heat and humidity are combined. As humidity increases, the air seems warmer than it actually […]