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 […]

City Council June recognitions

The City Council this month recognized MicroVention as the City’s latest Business of the Month; retiring Community Services Supervisor Gracie Duran; and Target and Chick-fil-A for their efforts in the wake of the explosion on Mareblu on May 15.

City Council Recognitions of May 2, 2018

Cub Scout Pack #729 led the Pledge of Allegiance before Mayor Dave Harrington recognized the Aliso Niguel High School Boys Soccer Team for winning the school’s first CIF-Southern Section Title; the Experience Corps OC volunteers for the Literacy Tutoring Program at the Boys & Girls Club; and Zaid Al-Awad owner of Sugar Plum Parties for […]

March Council Recognition to Good Samaritan

Good Samaritan Erick Woertink was recognized on March 7 by Dave Harrington, Mayor for saving the life of 27-year-old Aliso Viejo resident Austin by administrating CPR after he spotted him in distress while driving. Austin went into cardiac arrest while jogging and Erick immediately pulled over to help Austin. Erick is a hero and exemplifies our tagline of living […]

City Council Recognitions Feb. 21

The City Council recognized the Aliso Niguel High School Marching Band, Color Guard and Drumline for winning back-to-back victories at the prestigious Southern California School Band & Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) Marching Band Championship. This past November the Marching Band, Drum Line and Color Guard clinched first place at the SCSBOA Division 3A Marching Band Championships. […]