FPPC Regulation 18944.1 sets out the circumstances under which an agency’s distribution of tickets to entertainment events, sporting events, and like occasions would not result in a gift to individuals that attend the function. In general, the agency must adopt a policy which identifies the public purpose served in distributing the admissions. The Form 802 serves to detail each event and the public purpose of each ticket distribution.
Form 802 - Agency Report - Events/Ticket Distribution
City Council Travel Policy/Procedure
Distribution of Ticket and/or Passes Policy
City Council Resolution No. 09-51/Ticket and/or Passes Policy
(Applies to City of Irvine, the Irvine Redevelopment Agency, and other affiliated agencies created by the City Council or City Charter, including the Orange County Great Park Corporation.)
The City of Irvine Police Department and Community Development Department are enhancing efforts to address quality of life issues that may impact our Irvine neighborhoods. Please join us at an upcoming community meeting to learn about the services and solutions the City provides.
Did you attend this year's Irvine Global Village Festival at the Orange County Great Park? What did you think of the food, music, art, or expanded Kids Village? We want your feedback so we can continue to improve the event for years to come! Take a short online survey at irvinefestival.org.
The Irvine Police Department (IPD) will be participating in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on Saturday, October 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Irvine is the Safest City of its size for Part 1 violent crime, FBI data for calendar year 2018 shows. The information released Monday shows that Irvine has the lowest rate of violent crime per capita of any city in the nation with a population of 250,000 or more.
The City of Irvine has been voted “Best City to Live in” for the fourth consecutive year by The Orange County Register readers for its annual Best of Orange County publication.
At its September 10 meeting, the City Council voted to establish a Safe Community Task Force 2020 for a period of six months, with the goal to ensure Irvine remains a safe place for our residents and visitors. This Task Force will be comprised of 12 members with Mayor Shea and Councilmember Carroll.
The Mayor’s Corner is a new video series implemented to bring residents, businesses, and visitors information about issues and initiatives that impact our community, like the Veterans Cemetery and the role the City of Irvine is playing in addressing the housing crisis.
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