Mission Viejo residents and businesses can destroy their sensitive documents during the free drive-through Document Shredding event on Saturday, April 6.
Hosted by Waste Management and the City Public Works Department, the event is from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Mission Viejo High School parking lot at 25025 Chrisanta Drive.
Identity theft is one of the fastest-growing crimes in the nation, and shredding documents with personal or financial information can be an effective measure of prevention.
Mission Viejo residents and businesses can destroy their sensitive documents during the free drive-through Document Shredding event on Saturday, February 2. The event will be held even if it is raining.
Hosted by Waste Management and the Mission Viejo Public Works Department, the event is from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Mission Viejo High School parking lot at 25025 Chrisanta Drive.
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Construction is set to begin next week on a project to rehabilitate the slope along the railroad in Mission Viejo below Jeronimo Road between Los Alisos Boulevard and Alicia Parkway.
The work by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is expected to be loud and will take place weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on some weekends from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The project should be finished in December.
The City of Mission Viejo will begin two intersection-widening projects on September 10 designed to improve traffic flow in the area.
The first project at Alicia Parkway and Marguerite Parkway calls for constructing a dual left-turn lane from westbound Alicia onto southbound Marguerite. It will also build a third through lane on eastbound Alicia.
The second project at Marguerite Parkway and Santa Margarita Parkway entails constructing dual left-turn lanes from northbound and southbound Marguerite Parkway onto Santa Margarita Parkway.
With construction underway on the Oso Parkway Bridge Project, crews will begin work along the north side to construct the new bridge as County crews prepare to transition motorists to the south side of the roadway.
Expanding its recycled water infrastructure to save drinking water, the Santa Margarita Water District will install recycled water pipelines in Mission Viejo beginning next month.
The 5-month project will take place in the following streets:
MV Shuttle drivers are ramping up for a busy summer with new stops planned in the northern part of town beginning June 11. This City service gets you where you want to go – for FREE.
FEMA—Flood Plain Management Information
The City of Mission Viejo participates in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which is administered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This is a voluntary program in which the City is required to follow a rigorous certification process and must enforce and maintain minimum flood plain management standards in order to maintain eligibility. For example, the