City Council recognition March 2, 2016

Eagle Scout Lance Rzepiejewski of Boy Scout Troop 772 was recognized for his outstanding project at the Aliso and Wood Canyons Park. Lance built four footbridges in the park so people would have safer passage throughout the park. Ranger Joanne Taylor was on hand for the recognition and said Lance’s project is best Eagle Scout […]

City breaks ground on wetland project

The City of Aliso Viejo broke ground Monday, February 22 on the Dairy Fork Wetland project, which will naturally treat urban runoff from four cities before it reaches Aliso Creek. Mayor Mike Munzing, Mayor Pro Tem Dave Harrington and Council Members Ross Chun and Bill Phillips were on hand for the ceremony that also included […]

AYSO Region 889 U6 Pink Lightning

AYSO Region 889 U6 Pink Lightning led the Pledge of Allegiance during the City Council’s February 17 meeting. Teams, scouts and other youth organizations interested in following suit should contact ktokarski@cityofalisoviejo.com.  

Aliso Viejo adopts Marine Battalion from Camp Pendleton

Aliso Viejo gained a posse of about 700 Marines this week when the City Council unanimously “adopted” the 1st Maintenance Battalion during its meeting on Wednesday. By accepting the City’s offer, the battalion, which is based at Camp Pendleton, and the City can forge an official relationship. Aliso Viejo Mayor Pro Tem Dave Harrington requested […]

City Council recognitions Feb. 3, 2016

Some incredibly talented young artists from Aliso Viejo Middle School (and one from Laguna Niguel Elementary School) kicked off the City Council’s February 3 meeting by leading the Pledge of the Allegiance. The students took part in the PTA’s national Reflections Art Program, which has brought the arts to life for more than 10 million […]

Snow Fest 2016

About 1,500 people flocked to Grand Park on Saturday, January 23 for the City of Aliso Viejo’s annual Snow Fest event. More than 55 tons of snow blanketed the park that was transformed into a winter wonderland with sled runs, a snow play area, music and more. The City has proudly hosted the event for […]

City Council recognitions

In its first meeting of 2016, the City Council on January 20 recognized 8th grade Don Juan Avila Middle School student Ethan Engler for penning a book and donating 2015 proceeds to an anti-poverty organization. Mayor Mike Munzing, Mayor Pro Tem Dave Harrington and Council Members Ross Chun and Phil Tsunoda also recognized Council Member […]

Fluor Cares volunteers donate to local kids

Thank you to the Fluor Corporation for hosting the Aliso Viejo Boys & Girls Club Operation Holiday Homework Christmas event. The volunteers donated their time and gifts along with other wonderful community members to make the holidays brighter for underprivileged children. The event on December 12 was part of Fluor’s annual effort to give back […]

Aliso Viejo ushers in the holiday season!

The Aliso Viejo Community Association welcomed Santa Claus and his jovial bride to Town Center on Sunday, December 6 during its annual Winter Holiday event. The City of Aliso Viejo is a community partner in the event that included a ton of holiday cheer, entertainment and the City’s new holiday tree. Visitors to Aliso Viejo […]

Rafiq Nabi is Aliso Viejo’s 2015 Deputy of the Year

Deputy Rafiq Nabi was named Aliso Viejo Police Services’ Deputy of the Year for 2015 during the department’s annual deputy recognition breakfast today.   Deputy Nabi’s strong work ethic and commitment to the City has earned him the respect of peers, supervisors and community members.   Assigned to the City of Aliso Viejo since 2012, […]