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Mission Viejo is located in southern California in the Saddleback Valley. The city is primarily residential, with several offices and businesses in the city limits. The city was named after Rancho Mission Viejo, the large Spanish land grant from which the community was established. The land where Mission Viejo now lies was once a hilly region predominately used for grazing sheep and cattle. The city is the hometown of the New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes, and Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Adam LaRoche.

Population: 93102
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: Mission Viejo Vigilantes
Local Colleges: Saddleback College

Zip Codes associated with mission viejo, california: 92691 92692
Towns/Cities near mission viejo, california : Lake Forest Laguna Hills Laguna Woods Aliso Viejo Rancho Santa Margarita

Mission Viejo News
Stand out for school

From left: Lily Dendinger, 10, of Mission Viejo; Joshua Dendinger, 8, of Mission Viejo; Marc Ner, 6, of Irvine; Mia Paulhus, 6, of Yorba Linda; Alice Furuyama, 8, of Mission Viejo; and Eva Stone, 11, of Ladera Ranch at Irvine Spectrum on June 22, 2017. Joshua Dendinger, 8, of Mission Viejo sports a printed tank with a classic flamingo patterned shirt at Irvine Spectrum on June 22, 2017.

Country fans get wild at Go Fest in Irvine

Alicia, Whitney and Emily, from left, are either thirsty or trying to taste something in the air on Saturday at Go Fest 2011 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine. Country music fans from Mission Viejo pose for photos while walking from the parking lot to Verizon Wireless Amphitheater during Saturday's Go Fest in Irvine.

OCTA to eliminate 3 bus routes as part of October service changes to reverse declining ridership

OCTA on Monday, July 24, approved another round of route changes in an effort to reverse declining ridership. ORANGE As part of a plan to combat bus ridership declines, the Orange County Transportation Authority board on Monday, July 24, approved moving forward with service changes in October and February.

Superheroes save the day at Mission Viejo's Symphony in the Cities

This year's Mission Viejo's Symphony in the Cities event had a super hero theme. A booth provided costumes for the children to become super heroes.

Jetting over Mission Viejo: 'One of the most dangerous feelings you can have'

Mission Viejo's Symphony in the Cities and Prelude in the Park event featured a super hero theme this year. Apollo Jet Pack pilot Nick Macomber played the part of the "super hero" and piloted his jet pack over the Oso Viejo Community Park crowd to rescue the mayor.

Glee' star and Trabuco senior share special dance

Sean McElwee, right, helps his date, "Glee" actress Lauren Potter, with the corsage he got her for the Trabuco Hills High School homecoming dance. Rich McElwee, right, helps his son, Sean, put on his tie before his date, "Glee" actress Lauren Potter, arrives at his house.

StLJN Saturday Video Showcase: Previewing the Gateway Jazz Festival

When commercial radio abandoned smooth jazz as a format a few years back, the audience for the music played on those stations didn't just disappear, and neither did the musicians who played it. And while St. Louis never had what you'd call a surfeit of live smooth jazz shows, even when the format was at its peak, the limited number of such bookings that previously existed - at the Pageant, at local casinos, and occasionally at other venues like long-departed Finale - has dwindled off in recent years to almost nothing.

The Cost and Labor of Comic-Con Costumes

The elaborate costumes that fans wear to San Diego Comic-Con are often a labor of love - painstakingly pieced together, all while staying true to character - and sticking to a budget. Twins Alisa Rhead, of Idaho, and Brian Messick, of Colorado, visited Comic-Con Friday with their friend, Duan Ting, also of Colorado.

The upside of visible homelessness in Orange County: We can't...

Marnie Alcaraz at her encampment in the shadow of the Orange County Courthouse in Santa Ana on Sept. 2, 2016.

Survey Reveals Fresh Avocados Boost U.S. Hispanics' Confidence In Reaching Diet Goals This Summer

MISSION VIEJO, Calif., July 20, 2017 : With summer being the most likely time for U.S. Hispanics to start dieting, Fresh Avocados-Love One Today conducted a national survey to investigate their motivations and barriers associated with eating healthier. While the majority of Hispanics reported a specific weight loss goal for the year, more than half admitted to a poor track record, confessing they broke past resolutions to eat better just after a month or less.

San Clemente will sue TCA, explore arterial alternatives to 241 Toll Toad extension

One option in the Transportation Corridor Agency's mobility study would connect the 241 to I-5 at Avenida Pico. San Clemente announced Tuesday, July 18, that it will sue the Transportation Corridor Agency, challenging a lawsuit settlement in which the TCA agreed to never try to build or fund a road near Trestles Beach.

Jim Serpa, a shark geek, explains why sharks feed people's darkest fears and imaginations

Jim Serpa, a shark enthusiast and former Supervising Ranger at Doheny State Beach, holds up shark jaws while giving a presentation about sharks during Dana Point Science Night on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer Dana Point Science Night participants check out shark jaws, teeth, and other shark-related artifacts on display following a presentation about sharks at the Dana Point Community Center on Thursday evening, July 13, 2017.

Gymboree to close 350 stores including two in O.C.

In Orange County, its locations at the Westminster Mall and MainPlace Mall in Santa Ana will shutter. Gymboree also has locations at South Coast Plaza, Brea Mall, The Shops at Mission Viejo and an outlet store at the Outlets at Orange.

Things to do in Orange County July 7-13

German American Brass Band will perform during German Heritage Day at Old World Village in Huntington Beach on July 9. "Shrek the Musical" : Saddleback College presents an "in concert" version musical of the family-friendly film of the same name. The fairy tale follows the adventures of Shrek, a large green ogre who is on a quest to find his true love.

After mountain lion attack, pygmy goats ready for OC Fair 2017

Audrey Hill, 13, of Mission Viejo, cuddles up with a pygmy goat during a Trabuco Trailblazers 4-H Club meeting at the Morgan household in Modjeska Canyon, on Sunday, June 25, 2017. The club got five new goats after losing eight in a mountain lion attack in March.

Thousands enjoy annual Mission Viejo street fair for the Fourth

The Mission Viejo Activities Committee hosts their annual Fourth of July street fair along Olympiad Rd. in Mission Viejo on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. The fair featured music, food, carnival attractions and other activities.

California trend making a elderly islandsa obsolete

The former school principal saw her neighborhood "turning over," increasingly populated with young families busy with kids or work. She wanted more people her own age to "play with" but didn't want to live in a "grave-yardish" retirement community.

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