City Resources

The City of Irvine is closely monitoring the national outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). For more information on the City’s measures to prevent spread in our community and updates on this rapidly evolving situation, visit cityofirvine.org/covid19.

For a list of general City resources available to the community, please see below. 

Irvine Police Department (Non-Emergency)
949-724-7000
Irvine Police Department remains open, but community members are strongly encouraged to call or email before coming to the station. For all medical emergencies, such as a stroke or heart attack, call 9-1-1.

Ombudsman Hotline
949-724-8250 · Daily; 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
The City has established an Ombudsman Hotline for non-medical COVID-19 questions that pertain to Irvine.

Affordable Housing
949-724-6114 or cityofirvine.org/affordable-housing
The City offers an affordable housing program and other resources available through nonprofit partners.

Child Care & Development
949-724-6632 or irvinechildcare.org
Irvine's Child Care Coordination Office provides resources and referrals for parents seeking quality and affordable child care in Irvine. To support child care providers affected by COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, the City of Irvine has gathered resource links for organizations outside the City, which can be found here. In order to ensure essential workers can find care, the City partnered with child care agencies throughout the County to survey providers to find those who are still open and providing care. That list is posted on the City’s Finding Child Care webpage and COVID-19 page

Children's Health Program
949-724-6645 or ichp@cityofirvine.org
Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers assist families and individuals enrolling in health insurance programs. 

Disability Services
949-724-6637 or cityofirvine.org/ds
Offers support services and advocacy for persons with disabilities and their families, caregivers, and providers who live or work in Irvine.

FOR Families
949-724-6650 or forfamilies@cityofirvine.org
FOR Families provides free information and short-term support to individuals, couples and families living in Irvine who need assistance identifying and accessing needed services and resources related to stress and depression, substance abuse, family violence, relationship problems, legal and financial issues, and child behavioral issues.

Senior Services & Community Support Hotline
949-724-6926 · Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
In addition to ongoing Senior Services Programs, the City of Irvine has established a Senior & Community Support hotline to assist older adults and residents that may have difficulties obtaining basic necessities. Trained and knowledgeable city staff will assist residents in connecting with vital support services including: food acquisition, mental health resources, financial relief programs, and COVID-19 specific resources. Residents can also call the hotline to request wellness checks on their neighbors or loved ones via phone by a trained care manager.

For a list of Senior Services resources available to the community in Irvine, click here.