Building & Safety
In order to ensure the Health and Safety of City residents and the general public, Building and Safety coordinates and enforces all Building and Housing regulations established by state and local governments.
The City Clerk’s Office supports municipal functions through the administration of legislative processes, election services, and records management.
The City Manager’s Office implements decisions established by the Aliso Viejo City Council, and the coordination of those efforts through the different City departments.
The Code Enforcement Division enforces the City’s Municipal Code as it applies to property maintenance, property nuisances, building codes, housing, zoning and other areas of concern within residential and commercial districts.
The Department of Financial Services is primarily responsible for all budgeting, accounting, investments, debt service, fixed assets, and purchasing.
The Information Technology Services department's primary task is to guide the City by researching, testing and implementing new technologies in ways that enhance the community.
Planning Services is responsible for articulating and implementing the community vision of the natural and built environment as outlined in the General Plan, a comprehensive strategy for management of future physical growth and change within the community.
The City of Aliso Viejo is one of the safest cities in California and is known for its high quality of life and family-oriented community that includes a balance of residential, recreational and business opportunities along with award-winning schools and pristine parks.
The Public Works Department encompasses Engineering, Environmental Services and Facilities Management.
Recreation & Community Services
The Recreation & Community Services Department offers Aliso Viejo residents exceptional service, innovative programs, special events and diverse cultural and educational experiences in vibrant, sustainable spaces.