Did you know that California’s chances for an 8.0-magnitude or larger earthquake in the next 30 years has doubled per the US Geological Survey? Did you know Southern California is overdue for “the big one”? Can your household be on its own without power, gas, water, credit cards, ATMs, grocery stores, gas stations, restaurants and […]
Mayor Bill Phillips talks about the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center season in his latest message, which follows: We are fortunate to have a picturesque aquatics amenity for the entire community to enjoy. Flanked by the Aliso Viejo Country Club and Aliso Viejo Conference Center off Golf Drive near Glenwood, the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center boasts […]
As part of Aliso Viejo’s ongoing efforts to maintain its roadways, the City will begin slurry seal work on Monday, April 6 throughout different parts of the City. The slurry seal work is expected to be finished within two weeks. Access to residential communities may be impacted at times throughout the project due to expected […]
Aliso Viejo Police Services is urging the public to beware of scammers targeting seniors and others in the community. Check out these tips!
Aliso Viejo Police Services is teaming up with the Neighborhood Cup next month to host “Decaf with a Deputy.” The event is from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 29 at the eatery located next to the Aliso Viejo Library at 1 Journey. Decaf with a Deputy gives residents the chance to meet […]
Summer mosquitoes are breeding ahead of schedule at an alarming rate and volume in Orange County cities, prompting officials at the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District (OCMVCD) to caution county residents against mosquito bites. The 2014 West Nile virus (WNV) outbreak in Orange County stresses the danger of this virus and its impact […]
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The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center is seeking several part-time employees for its swim-program season that begins on March 30.Roughly 40 positions are available at the City-owned facility including swim instructors, certified lifeguards, customer-service representatives, administrative and deck monitors. Both seasonal and year-round positions are sought. The swim programs begin on March 30, with the official […]
About 120 people gathered on March 10 for the Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce’s Meet the Mayor event. The evening paid homage to Mayor Bill Phillips, who has served on the City Council since the City’s 2001 incorporation. See photos from the event here.
The City Council spent several hours recently at the Aliso Viejo Conference Center in a strategic planning session, laying the foundation for advancing this 14-year-old City. Strategic planning helps the City to identify clear goals; guide decision making; approach planning in a holistic manner; and foster an organizational culture of continuous improvement. On Friday, March […]