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Community Relations

Amid staunch opposition from the City Council and League of California Cities in vehemently opposing AB 2011, which would strip local control and take decisions away from Mission Viejo residents, Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday signed two new housing bills that will impact municipalities.  

The Fourth District, Division 3 of the California Court of Appeal has issued a stay that maintains the Mission Viejo City Council members in office as legitimate and lawful incumbents.

“The complicated legal issues presented in this matter have resulted the Court asking for additional briefing on these first instance issues that have significant consequence statewide,” said City Attorney William Curley. 

The Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce is hosting two Community & Legislative Affairs meetings in October that will focus on candidates running for local and state offices.  

First up is the Community & Legislative Affairs meeting on Thursday, October 13 from 8 to 9:30 am in the Council Chamber. The meeting will give folks the chance to meet the candidates running for Congress, State Senate and State Assembly. The candidates will also discuss why they are running and what they hope to accomplish if elected. 

New and exciting virtual and in-person gardening classes are now available at the Norman P. Murray Center through the OC Master Gardeners and expert gardener Kris Bonner. From learning how to start growing vegetables that you can harvest in the fall, winter, and early spring to reducing the use of water by adding California native plants, the classes are fun and beneficial.  

Register for the following classes today! 

Beautiful Bulbs, Made Easy 

Local teens, parents and families are invited to the 4th annual Together4Teens conference – designed to increase awareness and support for youth mental health – on Saturday, October 1. 

Geared toward youth ages 12-18, adult family members and others, the free conference is from 9 am to 12:30 pm at Capistrano High School, 26301 Via Escolar. 

Tempt your taste buds with delectable fare during this year’s Mission Viejo Restaurant Week October 10-16.  

Several eateries will take you on a culinary journey in honor of this special week hosted by the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce and City of Mission Viejo.   

Restaurant Week is designed to encourage you to explore the City’s culinary landscape while keeping your dining dollars local.   

Wear your costume and join us for a night of Halloween Fun!

Trick or treating, Jack–O'–Lantern contest and visit the "Tower of Terror" if you dare!

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Due to proactive fiscal responsibility – especially during the pandemic – the City of Mission Viejo is closing out fiscal year 21/22 with a $5 million net operating surplus in its General Fund.  

Assemblywoman Laurie Davies is hosting a town hall meeting on “Crime Safety and Prevention” from 6:30-8 pm on Tuesday, September 27 at the Crown Valley Community Center in Laguna Niguel.

South County residents are invited to join this informative public safety chat about crime prevention trends, legislative updates, and community involvement opportunities.

To help keep residents healthy, the City of Mission Viejo is partnering with Genoa Healthcare to provide free Senior and Community Flu Shot Clinics in October and November. 


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