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Posted on: January 5, 2021

Mayor's Message - March 2023


Dear Residents,

Spring is quickly approaching, and with the start of the season comes new beginnings and opportunities to reset and refresh. Here in the City, we’re excited to welcome several new restaurants for you to enjoy, along with other new businesses that will open their doors around the City at Town Center and the Commons this year. We’ve also planned several recreation classes to encourage residents of all ages to spend more time outdoors, so be sure to check out our full list of spring class offerings, now open for registration at This is the perfect time to sign up with a friend or family member to track your fitness goals or learn a new skill together!

Earlier this month, the City hosted our inaugural Hiring Fair at Aliso Viejo Ranch to provide residents with the opportunity to meet local businesses, apply to jobs at the City, and find resources to help boost their job search including resume building and perfecting interview skills. We had a great turnout at the event, and we are looking forward to offering future opportunities to help our residents find success in their personal and professional lives. If you’d like more information on how to apply for a job with the City, including part-time recreation leader positions, head over to to find employment opportunities as they become available.

At our most recent City Council meeting, we were joined by the American Red Cross to proclaim March as Red Cross Month. In honor of this proclamation, we would like to encourage residents to seek out opportunities to help those in their local community by becoming a blood donor, volunteering with the American Red Cross, or learning lifesaving skills. Next month on April 12, we will host a blood drive at Aliso Viejo Ranch for residents to get involved by donating lifesaving blood to those in need. You can sign up by visiting and using sponsor code: Aliso Viejo. 

Whether you’re enjoying the exciting improvements around the City, staying active outdoors and learning a new skills at our recreation classes, or seeking ways to give back to our local community, I hope this month brings you many opportunities to bring new life to your year.

Mayor Richard Hurt

Any views or opinions expressed in this message belong solely to the Mayor.

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