The Public Works Department is responsible for the Engineering, Transportation, Integrated Waste Management, Water Quality, and Crossing Guard programs. Public Works reviews development proposals and street improvement plans; manages capital improvement projects and oversees construction work within the public right-of-way; maintains the City's Master Drainage program and flood control systems; oversees water quality programs; manages the design, construction and operation of the City's transportation network; manages the City's solid waste contract and recycling programs; and implements environmental programs.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
For ADA inquiries, please contact the City's ADA Coordinator Robert Schick at (949) 470-3034 or email@example.com.
For ADA inquiries specific to buildings, building access, and building development, please contact the City's Building Division at (949) 470-3054.
For more information, you may view the City's Accessibility Evaluation Report.
The City of Mission Viejo is dedicated to preventing the pollution of our creeks and the ocean. If you see someone dumping anything into the street, gutter, or storm drain that could harm the environment, please report the incident immediately at Access MV 24/7 or (949) 470-3056.
The Residential Resurfacing Program is an annual program for resurfacing public streets in designated residential areas. Residential streets are resurfaced on a 7-year cycle. This year's program targets three areas of the City and includes 103 residential streets and the Aliso Creek Bike Trail to be resurfaced in two phases. An informational brochure was mailed to residents living in this year's program areas. View the streets included in the 2020 Residential Resurfacing Program, or check when your street was last resurfaced by viewing the City's Residential Resurfacing List.
The Arterial Highway Resurfacing Program provides for the resurfacing of City arterial streets. To check when an arterial street was last resurfaced, view the City's Arterial Highway Resurfacing List.
Ferrocarril Geotechnical Reports
A surge in COVID-19 cases around the state forcing the County’s move to the purple tier has resulted in some changes for library services.
To keep our community safe, the Oso Fit event has shifted to a Virtual 5K Fun Run and Drive-Through Community Health Fair on February 27.
In response to Orange County moving back to the most restrictive tier, the County is launching the OC Restaurant Outdoor Dining Grant Program to support local restaurants providing outdoor dining a