Aliso Viejo means “old alder” in Spanish, likely because of the abundance of old alder trees found near this picturesque, affluent city. In 2009, Forbes listed the city as one of “America's Top 25 Towns to Live Well.” One look around Aliso Viejo will tell you why. It is diverse, friendly, and has a never-ending list of activities. A perfect balance of residence and business, it is home to multiple companies, rare plants, and clean, shimmering streams. That is just the beginning in Aliso Viejo.