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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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Bikeway Survey

The City of Mission Viejo is developing a Bikeway Master Plan to improve the cycling experience in our community and encourage more people to enjoy riding their bicycles. We are currently in the process of gathering information to understand current cycling trends and preferences in the City.

As part of this effort, beginning on November 8th and running through December 7th, we are seeking resident feedback via a short, online survey. The survey will be available on our website, in our newsletter, and via our social media sites. 

The online survey is available at https://tinyurl.com/missionviejobike, and those who participate will qualify for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.

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