- All Veterans Services and Resources
- California Department of Veterans Affairs
- Employment services (state Employment Development Department (EDD)
- FOR Families (City services and resources)
- Homeless Veterans Outreach and Support (state Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Irvine American Legion Bill Barber Post 838
- Irvine Gives: Veterans & Military
- Irvine Senior Services and Senior Centers
- OC Veterans Service Office (includes local, state, federal resources; includes Advisory Council)
- Service Directory (82 links for veterans assistance)
- Services for alcohol and drug abuse (Orange County Health Care Agency)
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- Veteran Benefits (state Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Veterans Crisis Line (800.273.8255, Press 1)
- Veterans Services Center (Irvine Valley College)
- Veteran Services (UC Irvine)
- Veterans Student Services (Cal State Fullerton)
- TRIPS (City transportation program for seniors and persons with disabilities)
- Wide Range of Nonprofit Services (American Red Cross of Orange County)
- Orange County Veterans Resource Directory 2015
Join the City of Irvine and the Irvine 2/11 Marine Adoption Committee in brightening the season for military families. The Holiday Toy Drive, which runs through December 13, benefits the families of Irvine’s adopted 2/11 Marine Battalion.
The City of Irvine Animal Care Center hosts its 13th annual Home for the Holidays Pet Adoption Fair 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sunday, December 8. More than 30 pet rescue groups and animal shelters will bring about 500 homeless dogs, cats, rabbits, and small animals for adoption.
Discover what’s new in Irvine! The winter issue of Inside Irvine, the City's official guide to Irvine news, programs, and activities, is now available online. Registration begins Friday, November 15, at 6 a.m.
The City of Irvine is preparing the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. This Needs Assessment Survey is used to obtain input from community residents regarding affordable housing, community development, economic development, and more.
Like all communities, Irvine could potentially face widespread devastation in the event of a natural disaster. In order to better prepare in advance of a disaster, the City of Irvine is developing a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan. Your responses to this survey will help develop the plan.
The City of Irvine is accepting nominations for individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses for the City’s Wall of Recognition now through December 30. The Wall of Recognition recognizes those who have made significant contributions to the community.
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