|City Clerk's Office|
The City Clerk is the local official who administers democratic processes such as elections, access to City records, and all legislative actions, ensuring transparency to the public. The City Clerk acts as a compliance officer for federal, state, and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act. The City Clerk's office is committed to quality customer service, innovation, easy access to public records, comprehensive use of resources, and records management by:
| ||Providing prompt, professional and courteous customer service; |
| ||Ensuring the legislative process, including City elections, City Council and Commission meetings are open and public; |
| ||Reporting and preserving the legislative history of the City efficiently and accurately; |
| ||Providing access to complete and accurate public information and official records; and |
| ||Promoting voter registration and participation through non-partisan public outreach. |
City Council Agenda
The regular City Council agenda is available by 5:00 p.m. on Friday prior to the regularly scheduled meeting. The Irvine City Council meets regularly every second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at Irvine City Hall, City Council Chamber, One Civic Center Plaza, Irvine, unless otherwise noted. Click here to view agendas.
Invocations are offered as part of the regular City Council agenda and typically take place at approximately 5 p.m. following the Pledge of Allegiance. Click here to view the City Council Policy applicable to invocations.
Minutes of each City Council meeting are approved by the City Council at their next regularly scheduled meeting and will be posted at that time. Click here to view minutes.
Audio/Video Recordings of City Council and Commission Meetings
To request an audio/visual recording of City Council or Commission meetings, please call the City Clerk's office at (949) 724-6205. The cost is $3.00 per recording. You may also access our streaming video of current and past City Council meetings by clicking here.
General municipal elections are held in the City of Irvine on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November of even-numbered years. Other municipal elections or special elections may be called from time to time by the City Council. Click here for additional election information.
Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700)
Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700) for all elected and appointed officials, employees and contractors are available by clicking here*.
* Beginning January 2014
Voter registration forms are available at City Hall and numerous City facilities. First time voters must register to vote. You must re-register if you have moved by completing a new form. You must also be registered at least 15 days prior to the election in which you intend to vote. If you do not live in Orange County, please contact the County Registrar of Voters in the county that you reside.
For more information about voter registration, voting by mail, or how to become a poll worker, please access the Orange County Registrar of Voters website at ocvote.com.
Municipal & Zoning Codes
The Irvine Municipal and Zoning Codes are the codified version of all ordinances adopted by the Irvine City Council and/or the voters of the City of Irvine. It is the legal code of the City.
Claims Against the City
Claims against the City may be made by completing a Claim for Damages form and returning an original signed copy to the City Clerk's office.
Request for Appeal
A Request for Appeal is to be used when appealing a decision of the Director of Community Development, the Zoning Administrator or the Planning Commission. A request to appeal a decision of the Director of Community Development and/or the Zoning Administrator shall be appealed to the Planning Commission. An appeal based on a decision of the Planning Commission shall be appealed to the City Council. All appeals shall be filed in accordance with Irvine Zoning Code Section 2-5-1 et al and within 15 calendar days of the date of the decision.
Office of Records and Information
"Connecting the City and Citizens through Public Information"
The City Clerk's Office of Records and Information is responsible for the care and custody of all official records and documents for the City. Our goal is to maintain and provide prompt access to all legal and historical records. This division of the City Clerk's office provides for the efficient, economical and effective controls over the creation, maintenance, disposition and retention of all City records. Other responsibilities of this division include: Mail Center, Forms Management and Citywide Reception. Records may be accessed directly on-line at irvinequickrecords.com.