The City of Irvine is offering COVID-19 vaccinations at convenient neighborhood locations on weekends and evenings to provide more opportunities for the public to get vaccinated. Appointments are available for various days and times starting May 22 at yourirvine.org.
Thanks to funding provided by the Irvine Children's Fund, the Irvine Child Care Project (ICCP) is accepting applications for scholarships to income-eligible families to help pay for their children to attend an ICCP child care program.
The California Department of Public Health will wait until June 15 to implement the CDC's new mask guidelines which allow people who are fully vaccinated to go without a mask in most indoor settings. All residents and businesses in Irvine must wear masks indoors until June 15.
The summer issue of Inside Irvine is here! Learn how City staff are making sure residents safely enjoy aquatic centers during COVID-19, what the Housing Element Update means for Irvine, and what renovations await you at Plaza Park playground. Plus, browse classes and camps in the Activity Guide.
The City of Irvine has partnered with Providence, a national nonprofit health system, to open a mass vaccination site at the Orange County Great Park. The Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna vaccines are available. Appointments are strongly encouraged and can be scheduled at myturn.ca.gov.
The City of Irvine in partnership with operator 360 Clinic is providing free COVID-19 testing at City facilities. Days and hours vary per facility. Pre-registration is recommended but walk-ins are welcome as availability permits.
The City of Irvine park system has been ranked 7th in the nation by the Trust for Public Land in their annual ParkScore Index. This is the sixth consecutive year the City’s parks have ranked in the top 10 nationally.