Photos from Councilman Chun's years of service to the city...
Aliso Viejo Den 7 from Pack 700 joined Councilman Chun to get a view from the podium and see what it's like to address the City Council.
Councilman Chun joined residents of Aliso Viejo for Summer evening walks, and answered questions about the new hotel, senior communities, and water conservation.
The Boys and Girls Club of Capistrano Valley celebrated their Gala at the Ritz Carlton.
Each year, the residents in Aliso Viejo celebrate Arbor Day with a tree planing in various parks. Councilman Chun and his son, Evan, again joined the Aliso Viejo Community Association to plant trees in Aliso Canyon Community Park.
Councilman Chun toured the site of the new Microvention headquarters on Aliso Viejo with students from the Samueli Academy.
Business and community leaders joined Council Member Ross Chun for his first Meet and Greet of 2016. Supporters representing the Chamber of Commerce, local businesses and churches, professional Realtors, and our neighboring city of Laguna Niguel all joined for an informal meeting of discussion and Questions and Answers.
The TCA honored San Juan Capistrano Councilman Sam Allevato for his decade of service to the agency.
Ross speaks regularly at local educational events, policy conferences and chamber of commerce meetings. Pictured here supporting the Association of California Cities Orange County with Mayor Frank Ury of Mission Viejo, Senator Pat Bates and Lacy Schoen, CEO of the ACCOC.
Ross supports a variety of education programs, including events at the Discovery Science Center. Here, pictured with Director Joe Adams.
Councilman Ross Chun joins Fluor Cares and the OC Sheriff's department to help the deserving kids at The Boys and Girls Club Saturday Morning. Over 100 club kids qualified to "shop" for gifts for their family in Fluor in Aliso Viejo.
This young man may be the Toll Roads biggest fan. He was welcomed to the agency and given a tour of the facility after he asked his parents for a Toll Roads Theme birthday last month.
Councilman Ross Chun and his Wife Suzanne joined the Boys and Girls Club of Capistrano Valley to celebrate the Yuletide.
Congratulations to the Transportation Corridor Agency for receiving the WTS Innovation Award for their wildlife fencing project.
Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Jimboy's Tacos to Aliso Viejo.
Councilman Ross Chun presented Jimboy's Tacos owners Lynn and Mike Freeman with recognition on behalf of Supervisor Lisa Bartlett tonight at their ribbon cutting ceremony.
Welcome to Pita Pita, one of Town Center's newest restaurants.
Councilman Ross Chun and CUSD Trustee Dr. Gary Pritchard helping out at Journey School's Harvest Faire with craft sales from 5th grader Evan Chun.
As the Founder and CEO of Eco-Stride, and environmental services firm, Councilman Chun works with local schools on education programs that benefit the surrounding communities. Here, honoring Superintendent Joseph Farley at the Capistrano Unified School District for his support and efforts to further environmental education.
Councilman Chun is an active participant in discussion at the ACCOC, addressing matters of economic growth and public policy.
Aliso Viejo is home to many notable businesses, large and small. Councilman Ross Chun welcomes Katie Wagner Social Media to their new home after an expansion in Aliso Viejo.
Each year the City of Aliso Viejo recognizes its volunteers, and each year, Councilman Ross Chun joins in the recognition, and thanks the many recipients who he has grown to know over the 15 years he has volunteered in Aliso Viejo.
Over the Summer, Councilman Chun represented the City of Aliso Viejo at the Orange County Fair Flag Raising Ceremonies, joined by several notable personalities.
Jerry Amante, host of City Square, interviewed Ross to talk about the latest issues that the city and the city council are facing while keeping Aliso Viejo successful and vibrant.
Aliso Viejo attracts a diverse group of residents, businesses and non-profit organizations. Councilman Chun gets involved and get things done to help many deserving causes.
Here with Senator Lou Correa at a new art exhibit from a local artist, painter and sculptor.
As the Chairman of the Transportation Corridor Agency (The Toll Roads), it is critical to economic vitality that transportation throughout the region is managed and grown. Councilman Chun, along with 5th District Supervisor Lisa Bartlett toured the 73 toll road at the onset of All Electronic Tolling.
As Founder and CEO of Eco-Stride, Councilman Chun awarded Superintendent Joseph Farley the annual First Step Award for supporting STEM Education throughout the district.
For almost 10 years, Councilman Chun has taken part in local schools' Literacy Week, first as the President of AVCA, and now as a City Council Member.
As a lifelong supporter of scouting and other youth programs promoting community involvement, Councilman Chun attends numerous events and is inspired by our youth population. Here, Aliso Niguel graduate Kelsea Cooper and her colleagues receives her Girl Scout Gold Award, and later this year received a notable scholarship from the Southern California Association of Governments in a controversial 46-1 vote by the regional council.
Joining Gail Eastman and the entire community in honoring civic leader and Orange County icon Marion Bergeson at her namesake school in Laguna Niguel.
As a repeat guest on Cox Civic Connection, Ross in interviewed to inform the public about important policy issues in the City of Aliso Viejo.
This year the City of Aliso Viejo joined OCTANe to create a closer contact with local technology businesses. As the CEO of a software technology firm, Councilman Chun focuses his professional attention to this important business segment. Here, pictured with Walker O'Brien, the real-life personality behind the television show "Scorpion."
The Aliso Viejo Chamber of Commerce was re-born and continues to grow year after year. Ross has been a constant supporter of business growth in Aliso Viejo for more than a decade.
Aliso Viejo in partnership with Premier Aquatic Services presented a comprehensive swim safety day for the residents of Aliso Viejo.
2015 was the first year in more than a decade that The City of Aliso Viejo did not support or participate in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, however Council Member Chun brought his efforts forth to join with the City of Laguna Niguel to raise a record amount of donations. Cancer Survivor Sheriff Sandra Hutchens join Ross and the hundreds of volunteers for an inspiring event.
Councilman Ross Chun co-founded the Community Leader Scholarship with CUSD Trustee Dr. Gary Pritchard. Each year, the award is made to an Aliso Niguel High School Senior who excels in academics, athletics and community service, and has a financial need to go to a four year or community college.
Ross Chun has been active in Aliso Viejo for more than 10 years. He has served the Aliso Viejo Community Association Board of Directors for 6 years, leading the Board as its President 4 times. Ross regularly participates in community events throughout the year, and gives recognition to those who serve the community and volunteer their time.
Ross Chun has been active in Aliso Viejo's community events for the 11 years he and his family have lived here.
As the President of the Aliso Viejo Community Association, Ross has had an opportunity to give recognition to the many wonderful volunteers who support the community.
Heidi Stoops, local realtor and volunteer extraordinaire, hosted the first community fundraiser at her home in Aliso Viejo.
Ross Chun and his wife Suzanne join friends from Aliso Viejo and around South Orange County at Mission San Juan Capistrano's Music Under The Stars Concert Series.
Ross Chun and his family joined Savannah's Organic Ranch and Aliso Viejo residents for the filming of the City's first ever "Lip Dub," a music video that included over a thousand participants dancing and lip-syncing to Cool N The Gang's Celebrate.
National Night Out is a community event to raise awareness about family safety, crime prevention and emergency preparedness. Representatives from the Orange County Sheriff, Orange County Fire Authority and Mission Viejo Fire Authority provided information and entertainment for all who attended.
Ross Chun and his daughter Sarah joined an estimated 30,000 participants in Newport Beach for the 21st Annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Photos of invited dignitaries at the opening of Newhart Middle School's new multipurpose room.