Aliso Niguel Orchestra Solo & Ensemble Concert set for Jan. 11

If you’re looking for an enchanting night out, mark your calendar for Friday, January 11 when the Aliso Niguel High School Orchestra present a fabulous concert at Soka. Starting at 7:30 p.m., this concert features the finest students of the program’s 200+ members in a solo or small ensemble performance. The evening ends with a […]

Citizen and Youth of the Year

Rebecca Steele 2018 Citizen of the Year Becky Steele has been a member of the City of Aliso Viejo’s volunteer program since 2002. She has worked just about every City event and volunteered many additional hours at City Hall filling in as receptionist and for Community Services mailing projects, pre-event preparation and data entry. She […]

Be prepared for winter weather

Recent rainstorms are a great reminder to be prepared. Storms bring the potential for hazards like flooding, debris flow and mudslides, power outages, downed power lines and trees as well as roof collapses. It’s essential to take steps to reduce the personal risks and impact to your property. Trim your trees and bushes, if possible. The […]

Free Fair Housing Certificate Management Training

The Fair Housing Foundation is offering a free training from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, December 5 in our Council Chambers at 12 Journey for landlords, managers, property owners, attorneys and property management companies. For details and registration information, see this link: AV MT 12-5-18.

City breaks ground on long-awaited and exciting Aliso Viejo Ranch project

The City of Aliso Viejo held a groundbreaking ceremony today, marking the beginning of an historic community project at the 7-acre Aliso Viejo Ranch. Mayor Dave Harrington, Mayor Pro Tem Ross Chun and Council Members Mike Munzing and Bill Phillips and City Manager Dave Doyle joined elected officials, residents and people partnering with the City […]

City of Aliso Viejo earns International LERN Award for Fall Brochure

The LERN international organization is comprised of lifelong learning institutions including cities, school districts and universities from all over the world. The Annual International LERN awards are the most prestigious and competitive in the industry. Community Services Manager Stephanie Phillips and Community Services Supervisor Lizzy Mendoza were delighted to accept the International LERN Award for […]

Council will certify election results on Dec. 12

The City Council on Wednesday, Dec. 12 will certify the election results and select a new Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem for 2019. According to the “unofficial” election results from the Orange County Registrar of Voters, Aliso Viejo voters re-elected Dave Harrington and elected Tiffany Ackley to serve four-year terms. They will take the Oath […]

Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Post-Fire Burn Area Protection Project

Construction is slated to begin November 5 in the Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park to install erosion and sediment-control measures as a preventative effort to protect slopes that were burned by the Aliso Fire from erosion. The work by OC Public Works and OC Parks will take place weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at fire-burned areas near Coyote Run Trail, […]