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COVID-19 Updates

Posted on: May 3, 2021

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City Facilities

  • City Hall: The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is requiring face coverings to be worn in all indoor public settings from December 15, 2021 through January 15, 2022 due to an increase in the statewide seven-day average rate of COVID-19 cases. During this period, Aliso Viejo City Hall and the Ranch will be closed to the public to support CDPH’s goal of decreasing the rate of infections and slowing community transmission. There will be no disruption to City services, with staff available during normal business hours. Please call (949) 425-2500 or visit for more information. 
  • Aliso Viejo Ranch: Aliso Viejo Ranch offers a unique setting for events of all sizes. For information, please call 949-425-2550 or email
  • Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center:  The Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center is open to both residents and the general public. Find more information online
  • Aliso Viejo Center:  Aliso Viejo Center is accepting reservations. Find more information online

City Services

  • Planning and Building & Safety: Community Development services will continue to be offered. Please contact the planning and building department for further instructions. 
  • Street Sweeping:  Services will continue as scheduled. Parking enforcement has resumed.
  • Trash Services: Services will continue as scheduled.
  • Police Services: Find more information online.
  • Fire Protection Services: Find more information online.
  • Recreation Programs:  Recreation classes and camps have resumed. Register online
  • Boys and Girls Club - Aliso Viejo Branch:  View status of the Boys and Girls Club - Aliso Viejo Branch online.
  • Senior Mobility Program:  Services are suspended until further notice.

Local Services

  • Aliso Viejo Community Association (AVCA):  View park and event updates online.
  • Capistrano Unified School District:  View status of Capistrano Unified School District online
  • Mission Viejo Animal Services Center:  The center is open to the public.  View more information online.
  • OC Beaches:  View status of beaches in Orange County online.
  • OC Parks:  View status of Orange County parks and trails online.
  • OC Public Library:  View status of public libraries in Orange County online

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