In an effort to protect residents from identity theft and provide a free public service, the City of Aliso Viejo will host its 6th annual Document Shredding and Identity Theft Protection event on Saturday, May 30. E-Waste (computers, phones, televisions, etc.) will also be recycled.
The City is giving community members an opportunity to have their sensitive records securely destroyed from 9 a.m. to noon in Soka University parking lot A at 1 University Drive.
Residents and businesses can bring standard-file boxes of paper records – canceled checks, pay stubs, credit card statements and more – that will be shredded on-site for free. The boxes of pages can contain staples and paper clips but must be free of notebooks or other bindings. There is a limit of 10 boxes per household or business.
For more information about the May 30 event, contact the city clerk at 949-425-2506 or email@example.com.