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Aliso Viejo is located along the coast bordering the Pacific Ocean in southern California. The land where Aliso Viejo now sits was originally sold to Juan Avila by the Mexican government in 1842 before the US-Mexican War. In the 1890s Avila sold 22,000 acres to the Moulton family, who used the land as a ranch. In 1976 the Mission Viejo Company purchased the remaining 6,600 acres to build a planned community. And in 2001, Aliso Viejo was incorporated, making it Orange County, California's newest addition.

Population: 40166
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: Orange County Gladiators LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: Soka University of America

Zip Codes associated with aliso viejo, california: 92656
Towns/Cities near aliso viejo, california : Mission Viejo Laguna Hills Laguna Woods Laguna Beach Laguna Niguel San Juan Capistrano

Aliso Viejo News
Property manager Seabreeze names new CEO

Aliso Viejo-based Seabreeze Management Co. has promoted Isaiah S. Henry to chief executive, taking over day-to-day operations of the real estate property management firm from company founder Lisa Dale.

TILLYS brings in slithering pythons, fire dancers and sword swallowers all in the name of charity

Using a circus theme, Tilly's hosted its 10th annual charity golf tournament at the Aliso Viejo Country Club to benefit the Tilly's Life Center. There were 144 participating golfers and more than 400 supporters in attendance.

Charges filed against man who was driving drunk in a wrong-way pursuit in Mission Viejo

Felony charges were filed Tuesday, May 16 against a 19-year-old man accused of driving drunk and triggering a police pursuit and a wrong-way crash on the I-5 freeway in Mission Viejo. Sean Adam Stoddard of Mission Viejo was charged with suspicion of first-degree burglary, failing to stop at a hit-and-run collision with injury, evading police and car theft, all felonies, along with a misdemeanor count for allegedly driving on a suspended or revoked license.

Aliso Viejo briefly, May 16

Aliso Viejo kids aged 5 to 12 can read to dogs at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 3 at the Aliso Viejo Library, 1 Journey. The program's goal is to improve the literacy skills of children.

Burglary suspect leads deputies on pursuit and crashes car in head-on into another vehicle

A 19-year-old burglary suspect led deputies on a pursuit early Monday and then drove in the wrong direction on the Interstate 5 freeway before crashing his car head-on into another vehicle, authorities said Around 4:09 a.m., deputies responded to a report of a residential burglary in the 24000 block of Hollyoak Avenue in Aliso Viejo, said Sheriff's Department Lt. Steve Gil.

Younger kids run in their own races during the Tinker Bell Half Marathon at Disneyland

Norah Gabriel of Los Angeles looks determined to finish the Diaper Dash for crawlers less than 12 months old during the runDisney Kids races of the Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend at the Disneyland Resort. Kids ran, crawled, dashed and some walked in the kids races that were part of the runDisney Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend at the Disneyland Resort Saturday morning.

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A California-based coding and STEAM camp is expanding its tech summer camps to more locations this summer - in the Golden State and on the East Coast. In Southern California, CodeREV will have new locations in Westwood, Orange, Mission Viejo/Aliso Viejo and Point Loma .

Laguna Hills City Council discusses budget

Rising Orange County Sheriff's Department costs and the Five Lagunas redevelopment project were the main topics Tuesday, May 9, as the Laguna Hills City Council began discussing its biennial budget. As costs for OCSD services rise countywide, affecting nearby cities such as Laguna Woods and Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills is factoring the effect it will have on its budget.

Shares of Orange County developer Five Point rise 7% in trading debut

Orange County developer Five Point Holdings debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday in a nearly $300-million initial public stock offering that produced mixed results for the company behind several marquee communities in California. Shares of the Aliso Viejo firm rose as much as 11% from the initial price of $14 before closing up $1.04, or 7.4%, to $15.04 a share.

FivePoint IPO scheduled for Wednesday at $14 per share

A year after FivePoint Communities put a plan to go public on hold, the Aliso Viejo-based developer announced plans to trade its shares on the New York Stock Exchange starting Wednesday, May 10. The initial stock price is set at $14 per share, $4 to $6 below the price the company originally expected for its stock. CEO of FivePoint Communities, Emile Haddad, leads a tour through new homes and answers questions during the unveiling of Pavilion Park.

Laguna's State of the City flavored with feats, challenges

Laguna Beach Mayor Toni Iseman, left, greets City Manager John Pietig at the State of the City luncheon Monday at the Montage Laguna Beach. Both Iseman and Pietig noted challenges facing the city such as traffic and parking.

Aliso Viejo Briefly, May 9

Soka University named Bryan Penprase as dean of faculty and professor of science. Michael Weiner has also been named as the associate dean of faculty.

Meals and stories to forge bonds between Holocaust survivors and community members

Jamie Steinman interacts with Holocaust survivor Manya Breuer during an intergenerational dinner event in September 2015 at the Chabad Jewish Center of Aliso Viejo and Laguna Woods. A new program from the Jewish Federation of Orange County will bring community volunteers and local Holocaust survivors together once a week - to share a meal, tell a story and, maybe, even teach a history lesson or two.

Massive snowmelt makes Zion canyons, local rivers, dangerous

Nooshin George, left, and her husband, Dennis, try to avoid slipping into the fast-flowing icy waters in Subway in Zion National Park. From left to right: Gary Favela, Don Teichner, Muku Reynolds, Steve Arthur, Linda Arthur, Robin Brum, and Mark MacKenzie, before their first rappel of Keyhole Canyon on Monday, Sept.

Aliso Viejo projects budget surplus despite rising sheriff's costs

Two weeks after getting its first glance of the proposed fiscal year budget, the Aliso Viejo City Council reviewed the city's draft budget on Wednesday, May 3. The draft budget predicts a 7 percent increase in general fund revenues, according to a staff report . Property and sales tax revenue are expected to increase by at least 4 percent.

Group asks San Clemente to repeal 'hateful' ordinances on rehab homes

A dozen people some telling stories of recovery, others describing working with people recovering from drug or alcohol dependency appeared at the San Clemente City Council's May 2 meeting, asking the council to repeal what they called hateful ordinances discriminating against people seeking help. This was the second straight council meeting where people advocating a presence of recovery homes and treatment facilities in San Clemente's residential neighborhoods protested ordinances that the council adopted in 2016 to regulate boarding homes and other short-term rentals in residential communities.

Aliso Viejo dance students take to the streets of San Juan Capistrano's downtown district

A group of dancers from Aliso Viejo's Pave School of the Arts run through an elaborate choreographed number while filming a promotional video for the San Juan Capistrano Historical District on Sunday, April 30, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer On an otherwise quiet Sunday morning when there was no train service due to work being done on the rail line, the Capistrano Depot and environs took on a magical ambiance.

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