Aliso Viejo prepares for the ‘Big One’

Would you be earthquake-ready if the “Big One” were to strike? That was the premise of the Great California ShakeOut, a drill that City of Aliso Viejo employees and some local schools and businesses observed on October 15.  The annual ShakeOut provides people with an opportunity to practice how to protect themselves during earthquakes. Unless […]

Founder’s Day Fair was a great affair!

Thank you everyone who celebrated the City of Aliso Viejo’s 2015 Founder’s Day Fair on Saturday, October 3 at the Aliso Viejo Ranch! This is a fabulous annual event the City of Aliso Viejo is proud to produce thanks to the people who volunteer and community groups and organizations that help to make it so […]

Movie night, water slide on tap at Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center

The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center is planning some fun this fall starting with a free movie night on October 16. The movie night starts at 6 p.m. and will feature the animated film “Inside Out.” Guests will have the chance to purchase dinner, popcorn, candy and beverages (using cash only). Then from noon to 4 […]

Free flu shots Oct. 16 as part of emergency preparedness exercise

In an effort to prepare Aliso Viejo for a large-scale medical emergency, the City will host a Point-of-Dispensing (POD) exercise from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, October 16 at Soka University. The POD exercise will be a multi-agency operation with the Orange County Health Care Agency, Orange County Fire Authority, Orange County Sheriff’s Department […]

Beware of scams on the rise

Aliso Viejo Police Services is warning residents about two recent scams on the rise. Phone fraudsters are using the threat of arrest warrants to pressure people into forking over hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars. In recent weeks, Aliso Viejo’s Crime Prevention Unit has received complaints of phone scams in which a caller impersonates a local […]

See South County ‘SportsZone’

The latest episode of South County “SportsZone” is now airing featuring highlights of the Aliso Niguel victories against Dana Hills in football and against University in girls volleyball. See the show here.    

Mayor’s Message: Celebrate Founder’s Day Oct. 3

Mayor Bill Phillips talks about the City’s annual Founder’s Day Fair in his latest message, which follows: Aliso Viejo’s foundation was laid by people who had a vision and the perseverance to build a sustainable, viable community. The founders of this City are folks who helped to form, shape and mold Aliso Viejo, to protect […]

Volunteers remove 1,500 pounds of trash, recyclables in Aliso Viejo

More than 100 people helped to remove about 1,500 pounds of trash and recyclables during the Aliso Viejo Trails and Creek Clean-Up event on Saturday. The City of Aliso Viejo’s annual event, which began at the Aliso Viejo Ranch, attracted a host of groups, organizations and individuals of all ages who scoured the Aliso Creek […]

Residents urged to take steps to reduce West Nile virus threat

The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District (OCMVCD) is urging residents to take precautions to prevent an increase in the mosquito population and West Nile virus. Officials say the unusual rain coupled with expected high temperatures forecasted by the end of the week make conditions ripe for mosquito breeding. Residents should check their properties […]