city of mission viejo
Summarizing the challenges of 2020 is a challenge in itself, so join Mayor Brian Goodell as he discusses important elements of the year in the State of the City video, now streaming on the City’s YouTube Channel.
The Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem and Council Members describe many of the essential services provided, difficulties encountered, and inspirations drawn from the community throughout this unique year.
A bevy of classes are now available online to help give you a jumpstart on your New Year’s fitness goals!
Line dance classes for all levels. Dance for fun, exercise, balance, coordination and to learn a new skill. Dance to some of the old favorites and add some new ones to your repertoire.
#76261 / Wed / Jan 6 - 27 / 9-10 am / $36 / Online
With the new Stay-At-Home order in effect in Southern California, the City of Mission Viejo continues to provide services to the community while taking precautionary measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
The City of Mission Viejo continues to monitor the Bond Fire, which possibly began with a house fire in Silverado Canyon. As of 3:30 pm today, there was no immediate fire threat to Mission Viejo from the more than 7,200-acre fire.
Early morning, the City activated its Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in response to the fire burning in Silverado/Williams Canyon.
Since the start of the pandemic, the City of Mission Viejo has proactively worked to keep the public apprised of COVID-19 directives from the State and County and best practices to stay healthy and safe.
The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) and KWAVE are teaming up to collect and distribute toys to nonprofits throughout Orange County. With the ongoing pandemic, the need for toys has never been greater.
Many people are out of work and unable to provide gifts for their young children and teenagers. So far, more than 32,000 toys have been requested. You can help by donating new, unwrapped toys and sports equipment through a drive-through toy donation event on Saturday, December 5 from 9 am to 1 pm at Crossline Church in Laguna Hills at 23331 Moulton Parkway.
From beginning guitar and ukulele to iPhone photography and abstract painting, the City’s artistic virtual classes will have you embracing your creativity.
An array of online classes kick off in November. Check them out and register at this link today.
Calling parents of elementary school kids: Do you need a break? Drop off your kids at Kids Factory to let them get the wiggles out while you enjoy some time for yourself!
Kids Factory is a fun drop-in recreation program offering activities like crafts, games, sports, special event days and much more. Parents can drop kids off or they can walk to the program after school.
NOTE: The document shredding event originally scheduled for November 7 has been postponed due to predicted rain. The new date is November 14.
Mission Viejo residents and businesses can destroy their sensitive documents during the next free drive-through Document Shredding event on Saturday, November 7.
Hosted by the City and Waste Management, the event is from 9-11 am in the Mission Viejo City Hall parking lot at 200 Civic Center.
Shredding documents with personal or financial information helps prevent identity theft.
In celebration of this 32nd year and new platform, the virtual Walk Against Drugs video event will feature a mosaic of images highlighting past events.
Along with walking down memory lane, the virtual Walk Against Drugs will unite the community in living healthy lifestyles and saying NO to drugs, alcohol, tobacco and vaping.