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 […]
The City of Aliso Viejo recognized its local veterans Thursday, November 10 at a special dinner at the Aliso Viejo Center.
The City Council tonight recognized graduates of the City’s first-ever Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Academy led by Emergency Manager Sarah Barker. G2 Bike, owned by Aliso Viejo resident AJ Sura, was recognized as Featured Business of the Month. Orange County Fire Authority Division Chief Jeff Adams accepted a City proclamation from Mayor Mike Munzing […]
The City Council recognized AV Samurai for seeding #1 out of 104 teams at the prestigious summer tournament in Cooperstown, N. Y. as well as the Aliso Viejo Flying Fish for winning the OC Swim League Championship for the third straight year.
Mayor Mike Munzing celebrates the City of Aliso Viejo’s 15th anniversary during his 2016 State of the City video. The video, which premiered tonight during the annual State of the City event at Soka University, gives viewers a snapshot of some of Aliso Viejo’s accomplishments over this past year. The video showcases different segments of […]
The City Council on September 7 recognized Aliso Viejo Girls Softball teams Fast & Furious, Boom and XTREME for their outstanding summer victories.
Congrats to Jacob Weiser of Boy Scout Troop 661 for earning the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouting program of the Boy Scouts of America. For his Eagle Scout project, Jacob led 21 volunteers in building a new bench for Linda Vista Elementary School in Mission Viejo. He was […]
Congratulations to the following 10 Aliso Niguel High School graduates who each received $1,500 scholarships from the Aliso Viejo Community Foundation. Tiffany Sheeler Arman, Daniel Chiu, Allison Cruz, Alexis Emig, Joelle Engler, Jenna Fields, Lauren Firks, Jacob Pace, Tiffany Tran and Ryan Wisner were recognized by the Aliso Viejo City Council for their outstanding efforts.
The City Council recognized Eagle Scout Blake Engleman for earning the prestigious boy scouting rank. Read more about Blake here. Elisa Koenig was also feted for being Teacher of the Year of Don Juan Avila Elementary School. Elisa teaches 2nd and 3rd grades. Read more about her here. The City Council meets at 7 p.m. […]
The City Council recognized the winners of the Community Photo Contest – Saul Panduro, Carrie Mancinelli and Stacey Alynn – for their outstanding images. Deputy Denise French was also feted by Lisa Gray of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Lt. John MacPherson and Mayor Mike Munzing for making 31 DUI arrests in 2015. During the […]