Mission Viejo is a business-friendly city devoted to helping businesses grow and succeed, increasing the job base for residents, and improving the economic well-being and quality of life for all. Mission Viejo is home to some of the most successful companies in the region and has earned a reputation as one of the best places to work, live, and play.
Small businesses make essential contributions to our local economy and community. In celebration of the local small businesses, Mission Viejo has declared Saturday November 24th as Small Business Saturday and encourages the community members to support these businesses. To learn more, read the official declaration.
Free Business Workshops
Mission Viejo partners with the national SCORE organization and the South Orange County Entrepreneurs Academy to offer a variety of free workshops focused on assisting businesses. Typically, there is an event each month hosted at Mission Viejo or a neighboring city. For more information about upcoming business workshops and events check out the links below:
Oso Creek and Shopping Center Revitalization
Following up on the Core Area Vision Plan Report, approved by the City Council on March 28, 2017, consultant SWA is studying various concepts to improve pedestrian activity along Oso Creek and within the adjacent Village Center commercial property. This illustrative video was presented to the City Council on April 24, 2018 as part of an update regarding SWA's ongoing efforts. For more information please contact the Community Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 949-470-3053.
Longtime City Environmental Program Administrator Denise Matson has been named 2018 Mission Viejo Employee of the Year.
The City of Mission Viejo will host a Town Hall meeting on Monday, January 7 to discuss the surging power bills residents are facing from San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E).
When the City Council reconvenes after the holidays, Greg Raths will serve as Mayor and Brian Goodell as Mayor Pro Tem for 2019.