About Aliso Viejo

City of Aliso Viejo

  • 6,600-acre planned community in South Orange County, CA
  • Located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego
  • Incorporated on July 1, 2001 as Orange County’s 34th city
  • Adjacent to the cities of Laguna Beach, Laguna Woods and Laguna Niguel
  • Population of about 42,000 residents in 17,000 homes
  • Voted “Best New Home Community in Orange County” Orange County Register Readers
  • 51% of community dedicated to parks and rec., schools, open space and community
  • Adjacent to Aliso and Wood Canyons Wilderness Park (2,600 acres were donated by Mission Viejo Company as part of the community master plan) A Hike to Dripping Cave
  • 36% of community dedicated to residential neighborhoods
  • 13% of community dedicated to business, office and retail
  • Mild coastal climate with average annual temperature of 67 F.
  • Average annual rainfall 12.6 inches

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Aliso Viejo Resources




orange county

  • Located between Los Angeles and San Diego Counties
  • 798 square miles
  • Population 3,055,745 million (2011 statistics)
  • Second largest county in California
  • Sunny weather 80% of the year
  • 42 miles of coastline with sandy beaches open to the public
  • Over 30,000 acres of County parkland
  • 16th largest GNP in the world
  • 34 cities and unincorporated areas
  • Elevation from sea level to 5,687 feet (Santiago Peak)
  • Median age: 33.8
  • Incorporated 1889

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Orange County Resources