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Senior Corps Of Retirees

The Senior Corps Of Retirees is comprised of a group of dedicated volunteer senior citizens working in conjunction with the Orange County Sheriff's Department, which handles the law enforcement services for the City. The volunteer program was developed and approved in 1989 by the Mission Viejo City Council. This volunteer group  performs a number of duties for the City, which allows the Sheriff's Deputies to devote the bulk of their activities to law enforcement.

Volunteer Duties:

.  Vacation home checks
.  Removal of illegally posted signs from City property
.  Crime Prevention Support
.  Code enforcement
.  Special event crowd and traffic control
.  City Hall 2nd floor reception
.  Police Services Clerical Support
.  Mail delivery between City Hall and outlying facilities
.  Emergency Preparedness Training 

For more information contact Police Services at (949) 470-8433 or crimeprevention@cityofmissionviejo.org.  

Mission Viejo City Hall, 2nd floor Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

 

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MV Life

Keep your finger on the pulse of City of Mission Viejo, CA with the free MV Life mobile app. The City of Mission Viejo has rolled out this special app to provide you with timely information about events, amenities, shopping, dining, and recreation so you can savor the good life in this picturesque South County city. Whether you are seeking family entertainment, cultural arts or activities for the young and young at heart, Mission Viejo has it all.

Download App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.missionviejo
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