City Council recognitions May 17, 2017

Congratulations to Alisa Ogranovich who was recognized by Mayor Pro Tem Phil Tsunoda for leading a mobile pantry initiative through the Aliso Niguel Second Harvest Food Bank Club that provided 7,000 pounds of food to 127 families in Anaheim. Thanks to her efforts, she was also honored as a “Luminary” through the Disneyland Resort’s Dreamers […]

Honoring our volunteers

The City of Aliso Viejo honored its volunteers April 20 for their outstanding contributions to the community. For information about the City’s volunteer program, call 949-425-2550.  

City Council recognitions April 19

Mayor Dave Harrington recognized the Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley’s Youth of the Year Sarah Arce who recently won the Boys & Girls Clubs of Orange County Youth of the Year award and is entering the contest this month to represent the state. The Aliso Niguel Make-A-Wish Club, led by Madeline Nielsen with […]

City Council recognition March 1

Kudos to Alicante Apartment Homes and Manager Karen Moreno for hosting a baby shower drive for our adopted 1st Maintenance Battalion. The City Council recognized Karen on March 1 for her outstanding efforts in stepping up to the plate and rallying her community and folks throughout Aliso Viejo and beyond to donate baby items to the […]

City Council recognitions

The City Council on Wednesday, February 15 welcomed Cub Scout Pack 726 to lead the Pledge of Allegiance. These future leaders of Aliso Viejo were followed by a recognition by Mayor Dave Harrington to the Aliso Niguel High School Marching Band, Drum Line and Color Guard. Read about this outstanding group in the Council agenda […]

Snow Fest 2017

The City of Aliso Viejo held its annual Snow Fest event on Saturday, February 4 at Grand Park. Thank you to all of our volunteers, community partners and everyone who took part in this fun event!

New luxury apartments now open

Shea Properties celebrated the grand opening of its 435-apartment homes at Vantis. Mayor Dave Harrington and Council Members Ross Chun, Mike Munzing and Bill Phillips were on hand for the festivities on January 31.

City welcomes Korean baseball players

Members of the Aliso Viejo City Council welcomed baseball players from South Korea this afternoon before they competed in a game against the Aliso Niguel High School Varsity Baseball team on January 31. Mayor Dave Harrington threw out the first pitch and was joined on the field by Council Members Ross Chun, Mike Munzing and […]