The City of Mission Viejo has launched an economic development resource webpage to help businesses and residents impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The webpage features a cornucopia of information including:
The City of Mission Viejo in response to COVID-19 has compiled a resource guide to assist local businesses and residents that have been impacted or need additional information.
Epic Wings got the green light to serve wine and beer at its establishment on Marguerite Parkway under a plan recently approved by the Planning and Transportation Commission.
Epic Wings, a San Diego-based restaurant chain, crossed the Orange County line in 2018 when in it opened in Mission Viejo at 28621 Marguerite Parkway.
New businesses continue to open in Mission Viejo and others are coming our way. Here is a summary of the latest business activity:
Retail stores in GreenStreet Mission Viejo, the new commercial center at Marguerite Parkway (south of Avery) continue to open including BurgerIM, La Vie Nail Spa, Seville Classics (a container-type store) and the carwash, with Saffron Mediterranean Grill following soon.
Amazon Logistics is planning to open a new California Delivery Station in Mission Viejo sometime next year at the current RV Storage Depot on Jeronimo Road. The current business operator is working with RV owners to relocate the vehicles.
The new station will power Amazon’s last-mile delivery capabilities to speed up deliveries for customers in the Orange County area.
Mark your calendar for September 19 and get ready to support local businesses during the annual Buy Local Showcase from 4-7:30 pm at the Village Center on the corner of La Paz and Marguerite Parkway.
The Buy Local Showcase was created by the Chamber of Commerce and City of Mission Viejo to support our businesses and encourage local buying that strengthens our thriving community by raising awareness about the economic, environmental and community benefits of thinking local first.
Business is bustling in Mission Viejo with several new businesses recently celebrating their grand openings and others following suit.
New businesses include Scilex; Cosmo Nail Bar & Organic Spa; Tutoring Club, Seventh Sense and Casper at The Shops; Walgreens Community Pharmacy; Dr. John Delorme Dental Office; Mission Family Practice; L'Occitane; Golden Crown Barber Shop; Dr. Kenneth A James, MD; T-Mobile; Amplify Surgical; 4Stel Engineering; and others including Stretchlab Mission Viejo.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, take advantage of some awesome deals through the Buy Local Mission Viejo program.
Simply visit this website and head to the businesses taking part in the Holiday Buy Local Premier Shopping Program that ends December 31.
From fitness, dance and karate lessons to pet daycare, cosmetics and plumbing, dental services and high tea, the options for saving money are plentiful.
A new tea and coffee establishment is set to open in The Shops at Mission Viejo. ComeBuy Tea features an array of teas including milk and fruit teas with your choice of toppings. On the mall's lower level near the center court, the store is expected to open by the end of the year. Started in Taiwan, this new location is one of the first in the United States. More information is available at www.comebuyteausa.com.
Puerta Real Target
The new smaller Target is expected to open on November 11 in the Puerta Real Shopping Center on the corner of Crown Valley Parkway and Puerta Real. This is one of the first smaller-format Targets to open in Orange County, opening alongside a new store in Anaheim and a recent Irvine opening. This new style Target focuses primarily on ease and convenience. This location used to house Sports Chalet. An exterior center renovation coincides with the new store’s opening.