SPRING RECREATION CLASSES CANCELLED
In response to the stay at home order issued by Governor Newsom, the City of Aliso Viejo has cancelled the spring session of recreation classes. All transfers and refunds for the spring session have been initiated.
The City has also put into effect the following measures regarding Aliso Viejo events and facilities:

  • The Aliso Viejo Jamfest & Summer Camp Expo originally scheduled for April 30 has been postponed. A new date will be announced at a later time.

  • The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center and Aliso Viejo Center remain closed through April 30.

  • While local parks remain open, AVCA will be limiting amenity use at its parks. Sports facilities, fitness equipment, restrooms, and playgrounds will be locked or modified to prevent use until further notice. Visitors to parks should refrain from engaging in group activities and should practice social distancing by maintaining a distance of 6 feet from other users. For more information on parks, visit avca.net.
VIRTUAL RECREATION CENTER IS NOW LIVE
In response to the changing needs of the community, City staff has collaborated with contract instructors and community partners to develop the VRC (Virtual Recreation Center) - a collection of recreation programs and resources that you can participate in from your home! These exciting programs will keep you connected, get you moving, foster creativity, promote cognitive development and more.

The VRC will be updated regularly with new resources and programs to help keep you active and engaged. Visit avcity.org/VRC to get started.
CITY UPDATES
Street Sweeping Tickets Suspended
Tickets for City street sweeping are suspended due to the Governor’s stay at home order. Street sweeping services will continue as scheduled, and we ask that you please move your vehicles if possible to allow the street sweeper to continue to clean the roads.
Street Median Construction
 Construction has begun on the City’s street medians on Pacific Park Drive, Aliso Creek Road and Calle Cortez. Improvements will include an upgraded irrigation system, new electrical system, updated monuments with City logo and new plant materials and trees. Construction is anticipated to last approximately two months, and intermittent lane closures are required. Please contact the Public Works Department with any questions at
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