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Irvine Civic Center
Second Floor-Community Services
1 Civic Center Plaza
Irvine, CA 92606
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I Forgot My Client ID Numbers
If you don’t have your Client ID or Family Personal Identification Number (PIN) handy, click here, go to login button and click on "Forgot My Numbers" enter the email address where you received this message and the numbers will be sent to you.
For current information on field status during rainy weather, please click here to view the MUDD report or sign up for notifications.
For a current list of upcoming events and recreation activities, please click here.
The City of Irvine has two dedicated senior centers offering a range of programs.
Visit irvineseniors.org for more information.
Children's Health Initiative
The City of Irvine is offering affordable health care for families who are income eligible.
Click here for more information.
Eligibility criteria are listed at chioc.org.
Contact a Certified Application Assistor via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-724-6645.
More classes can be found by visiting irvinequickreg.org or by viewing the online activity guide by clicking here.
To register online, you will need your Client ID or Family Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you cannot remember your client ID or PIN, click here.
Spring Inside Irvine is now available
The spring issue of Inside Irvine, which includes the Activity Guide is now online and will be in homes the week of February 24. This edition features articles on the development of the Orange County Great Park, summer camps and information on the Child Resource Center.
Click here to view the spring issue of Inside Irvine or pick up a printed copy at any City facility after February 28 for a more detailed look at the classes offered.
Plan for Summer Vacation Now!
The City of Irvine offers more than eighty summer camps for children and teens. Visit the irvinecamps.org webpage for listings of camps by type/location or click here to browse and register by age category. Register Now!
New for 2014...E-Forms! Just one Participant Emergency Form will be required for camps-You will no longer need to complete separate forms for different camps/locations. Click here to download and complete this form now.
Look for these new camps this summer:
These programs and others are listed at irvinecamps.org.
New Programs This Session
Making a Difference - Irvine Gives
Online Donation website cityofirvine.org/irvinegives
Irvine Gives is a comprehensive online resource, which provides information about how to donate time, money or items for causes such as animals; children, youth and families; seniors; persons with disabilities and more.
Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon
April 12, May 10, June 14
Turtle Rock Nature Center
Help make a difference in the Open Space Preserve Nature Center. Bring the family for fresh air, exercise and land stewardship. Projects include trail maintenance, invasive plant removal and general conservation. Bring your own gloves and hand tools (labeled), hat, sunscreen and closed-toe shoes. Other tools, water and light refreshments provided. Parents must accompany children under 18. More info: 949-724-6738. Ages 16+.
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Online Computer Classes
Classes start monthly
April 16, May 21, June 18
Learn Word, Excel, PhotoShop, Real Estate Law, test prep for SAT/ACT, GED and more. Classes offered in personal finance, homeschooling, genealogy and more. Courses are six weeks. All instruction is conducted online at your convenience. To see the complete list of titles and to register, visit ed2go.com/cityofirvine.
Parks Make Life Better!
Parks are an essential part of our community. They transform the landscape of our neighborhoods by providing green spaces where families and friends can gather, exercise, play or simply relax.
Click here to view the interactive park map.