The City Council recognized retiring City Clerk Susan Ramos for her 6 years of service.
The Aliso Viejo Flying Fish was feted for holding a team record of 6-0 for the 9-week season.
The City unveiled its Wall of Fame at City Hall, which permanently memorializes top citizens.
Council recognized John Grayson for his Aliso Proud essay and Girls U10 All-Star team Lights Out.
Council recognized the Aliso Proud essay winner from Wood Canyon Elementary School and the GU14 Girls Soccer Club.
Sydney Nobakht was recognized for writing the winning Aliso Proud essay from Don Juan Avila Elementary School.
Mayor Phil Tsunoda honored Shelby Le, Matt Parker and Gary Hess as the 2014 Youth, Citizen and Senior of the Year.
The City’s annual event celebrates Aliso Viejo’s heritage and history with rides, games, displays, entertainment and more.
About 120 volunteers helped to clean up our local creeks and streams in this annual event.
Aliso Viejo Police Services teamed up with Laguna Hills Police Services to host an interactive safety fair.