The City of Aliso Viejo is committed to protecting the health, safety and welfare of our community, including our business owners and their employees. We understand that many businesses in Aliso Viejo have experienced operational disruption and financial strain due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and as your City, we are dedicated to working closely with partner agencies to gather Federal, State, and local resources to help business owners and their workforce navigate through this difficult time.

For information on COVID-19 resources for business owners and affected employees, please click the link below.
The City has partnered with Age Well Senior Services to deliver Meals on Wheels to seniors in our community who are living at home and are unable to prepare their own meals or have little or no assistance to obtain adequate meals.

To learn more about COVID-19 resources offered specifically for seniors, please click the link below.
Aliso Viejo has joined other cities in Orange County, and throughout the state, to advocate for direct and flexible local funding related to COVID-19. Mayor Munzing, on behalf of the City Council, is advocating for cities to receive direct funding from the Federal government through the next CARES Act economic stimulus package. Aliso Viejo is also advocating for the State to allocate a portion of its $8.4B in CARES Act funding to cities and to create a revenue stabilization fund to address anticipated revenue shortfalls.   Additionally, City staff is working to receive direct reimbursement from the County's CARES Act funding for COVID-19 related expenses.

If approved, the various funding sources would be used for the City’s direct costs in response to COVID-19, to provide COVID-19 related resources to support the community, and to maintain core City services including law enforcement and emergency management.
For the safety of our community and our dedicated workers, we ask that you continue to wear non-medical face coverings while conducting essential business. Please remember that the use of face coverings is not a substitute for preventative measures such as proper hygiene, 6-foot distancing, and frequent handwashing. For more information, please click the link below.
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