Traffic signal construction begins Wednesday at the Aliso Viejo Parkway and Parker Place intersection to make way for a left-turn lane into the site of the new apartments under construction at Vantis.The intersection will be manned by stop signs and flashing red signs for two days. Two lanes will be closed during construction including a […]
Mayor Bill Phillips talks about the importance of water safety in his latest message, which follows:Whether you are enjoying summer at the beach, Aquatic Center or in your backyard pool, water is great fun for kids and adults alike. But it’s also a place where safety is required.Unfortunately, this is the time of year when […]
Bring your used oil filter to Pep Boys in the Aliso Viejo Town Center on Saturday, July 25, and you will receive a new one. Click here for details!
Aliso Creek Road construction between Pacific Park and Aliso Viejo Parkway continues this week with most of the work expected to be finished next week. The City project, which began on July 2, is designed to extend the life of this busy Aliso Viejo street. This week crews are placing the first layer of asphalt […]
Ready to try a new twist on your favorite Zumba fitness class at the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center? Aqua Zumba is classic aqua aerobics infused with Latin flavor.This month the class takes place at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 11 and 11 a.m. on July 25. Open to people 14 and older, this low-impact program […]
About 30 people laced up their tennis shoes and took a 3-mile trek around Town Center July 6 as part of the City’s annual summer walking program. The program, which takes place consecutive Mondays through July 27, is meant to promote healthy lifestyles and Aliso Viejo’s “walkable” community. The walk takes folks on the Aliso […]
Aliso Viejo celebrated Independence Day 2015 in style! The Aliso Viejo Community Association hosted another fabulous community celebration and fireworks event at Grand Park!
The California Independent System Operator (ISO), which monitors the electricity grid throughout California, has issued a statewide “Flex Alert” until 9 p.m. tonight and from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday. Because of scorching temperatures and increased energy use, electricity conservation is critical to prevent blackouts. Officials say it’s essential to: – Turn off […]
With school out for the summer, the City has launched its “Kids Eat Free” program to provide residents 18 and younger with a healthy lunch four days a week.The City is partnering with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley-Aliso Viejo Branch and Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County on the lunch program […]
Local law enforcement agencies have received hundreds of calls from residents reporting phone calls from aggressive scammers posing as representatives from the IRS. These calls are fictitious and have no validity. If you receive a call from one of these scammers, hang up. Whether you provided personal information to the caller or not, you can […]