The City, Mission Viejo Police Services and Drug Enforcement Administration will host a National Prescription Medication Take-Back Day event on Saturday, October 26 from 10 am to 2 pm in the Civic Center parking lot.
As part of the annual Great California ShakeOut, the City of Mission Viejo will test its mass-notification system AlertOC with calls, texts and emails to residents at 10:17 am on 10/17. The drill will replicate a big earthquake requiring thousands of numbers to be called simultaneously.
When a sea of people sporting red T-shirts gather for the 31st annual Walk Against Drugs on October 19, Deputy Aron Grumbles will lead the crowd up La Paz Road through the Oso Creek Trail to the Community Fair on the Village Green at Oso Viejo Park.
About 4,000 people will endorse a drug-free lifestyle during Mission Viejo’s 31st annual Walk Against Drugs & Community Fair on Saturday, October 19.
The City, Orange County Sheriff’s Department, school districts, businesses, service groups, students and families will unite for one of the City's biggest events.
On Saturday, October 19, 2019, The City of Mission Viejo and Orange County Sheriff's Department will be hosting our 31st Annual Walk Against Drugs and Community Fair. In conjunction with this event, the City will be hosting the 12th Annual South County Disaster Preparedness Expo.
8 am / Rally at Mission Viejo High School (25025 Chrisanta Drive)
You are cordially invited to join Animal Services officers, OCFA and Police Services deputies in this fun and educational event showcasing reptiles and wild animals. With this hot weather, let these cold-blooded animals treat you and your kids to a fun morning. Afterwards, we will be serving free ice cream to help cool you down!
Tentatively, the animals you can meet are a 17' reticulated python, ball pythons, leopard and crested geckos, hog nose snakes, veiled chameleon, African pixie frog, and a 90 pound and 40 pound tortoise.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint on Friday, Aug. 16 at an undisclosed location on the border of Lake Forest and Mission Viejo between 7 pm and 3 am.
DUI checkpoints are placed in locations based on collision statistics and frequency of DUI arrests. Deputies will look for signs of alcohol and drug impairment and check drivers for proper licensing.
In light of the tragedies in Texas and Ohio, Mayor Greg Raths is hosting a Public Safety Town Hall Meeting at 6 pm on Thursday, August 8 at City Hall.
Lt. Quyen Vuong, Chief of Police Services, will lead the event with Mayor Raths to help residents learn ways to stay safe in public places. Citizens will also learn what Mission Viejo Police Services and the City have done to safeguard our community.
City Hall is located at 200 Civic Center. The meeting will take place inside the Council Chamber.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department launched a regional registry to assist families and caregivers of folks with certain medical conditions, special needs or disabilities that may make communication with law enforcement difficult.
Take Me Home is a free program available to residents to help people with dementia, Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome or any developmental disability or medical condition that might impact their ability to effectively communicate.
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, August 6 when Mission Viejo joins thousands of communities nationwide for the annual National Night Out community safety fair.
In celebration of our safe City, Mission Viejo Police Services is hosting this year’s expanded interactive fair from 5-8 pm at Cordova Park, 26931 El Retiro.
National Night Out celebrates Mission Viejo’s continual ranking as one of California’s safest cities while fostering positive relationships between law enforcement and the community.