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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 10:21 am on October 21.  The drill will replicate a big earthquake requiring thousands of numbers to be called simultaneously.

The City of Mission Viejo is reminding residents that sandbags are available to protect properties from flooding and emergency erosion.

Sandbags are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Bags are pre-filled and are limited to 10 bags per resident. Residents can pick-up sandbags throughout the City at the following locations:

Oso Creek Golf is looking for volunteers interested in helping beautify the course. Staff will clean and plant on the hillsides near the 10th tee, and are inviting the community to get involved. Snacks and tools for planting will be provided to all volunteers.

Register by Wednesday, October 20. For more information and to sign up, email events@osocreekgolf.com.

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Oso Creek Golf is looking for volunteers interested in helping beautify the course. Staff will clean and plant on the hillsides near the 10th tee, and are inviting the community to get involved. Snacks and tools for planting will be provided to all volunteers.

Register by Wednesday, October 20. For more information and to sign up, email events@osocreekgolf.com.

Oso Creek Golf Course is located at 27601 Casta Del Sol.

The City of Mission Viejo is now accepting applications for holiday or seasonal displays at the southwest and northwest corners of the intersection at La Paz Road and Chrisanta Drive.

A longtime ritual in our City, the “Four Corners Holiday Display” embodies the holiday season and spirit of the community.

Certain criteria apply to participate in the program, and an informational packet detailing the process is available by emailing publicservices@cityofmissionviejo.org

Conserving water has always been a hallmark of the City’s agenda. With California’s worsening drought, never has water conservation been more essential. 

The City of Mission Viejo has about 1,200 acres of landscape – 900-plus of that landscape is irrigated. Approximately eighty-six percent of the 900 acres is irrigated with recycled water. The City has always used recycled water to reduce use of potable water supplies. Water recycling means the use of treated wastewater for appropriate purposes including irrigation.

Volunteers are sought to help beautify the community and benefit the environment during a special Mission Viejo Tree Planting event on Saturday, May 1. 

The MVEduenviro group at Capistrano Valley High School is teaming up with the City to host the event from 9:30-11:30 am at the Upper Oso Creek Trail near the Village Green in Oso Viejo Park.  

Volunteers, who should sport closed-toe shoes and appropriate garb, will dig and plant one to two trees per volunteer or group. Water, materials and tools (shovels and gloves) will be provided that day.  

NOTE: The document shredding event originally scheduled for November 7 has been postponed due to predicted rain. The new date is November 14.

Mission Viejo residents and businesses can destroy their sensitive documents during the next free drive-through Document Shredding event on Saturday, November 7.

Hosted by the City and Waste Management, the event is from 9-11 am in the Mission Viejo City Hall parking lot at 200 Civic Center.

Shredding documents with personal or financial information helps prevent identity theft.

As a first step in improving the City’s recently acquired open space land and to enhance Mission Viejo’s pristine trail system, the City has been clearing brush and the slopes along the Oso Creek Trail. At the same time, the slopes along the Casta del Sol Golf Course have been cleared and grubbed, and several weakened trees that were potentially threatening adjacent homes were removed.

The Christopher Park renovation is expected to be completed by the end of June. 

Nestled on Valpariso, the park is unique because it’s bordered entirely by single-family homes of residents, who consider the site as part of their livable backyard. 

With the region receiving much rain this year, the contractor experienced many rain delays of construction. This week the contractor placed architectural boulders and will follow up with the installation of rubberized surfacing.

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