The City of Irvine launched Irvine Cares, the first initiative of Mayor Farrah N. Khan’s newly assembled COVID-19 Task Force. The campaign invites the public to slow the spread of COVID-19 by pledging support and being an advocate for our most vulnerable.
The recent Silverado and Bond Fires serve as a reminder in the importantance of being connected with the City to receive critical, real-time updates during an emergency or disaster. Watch this video with important information from the Office of Emergency Management.
Office of Emergency Management
The City of Irvine recently launched the Community Link Newsletter as a way to stay connected as a community and keep residents informed about topics of note currently ongoing at the City. Subscribe to receive the e-newsletter here: ow.ly/EXHp50CXOnf.
The Regional Stay-at-Home Order was extended for the Southern California Region, including Orange County and Irvine, on January 12, 2021 due to our lack of ICU capacity, which remains below 15%. The ICU capacity will be assessed on a weekly basis.
The City of Irvine’s established COVID-19 Helpline is available for use by Irvine residents and community members who need help or have questions about the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to our City. Call the COVID-19 Helpline at 949-724-8250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At its special meeting on Monday, Dec. 21, the Irvine City Council unanimously voted to file an amicus brief in response to a Dec. 11, 2020 court order that requires an early release of up to 50 percent of the inmates currently held in Orange County jails.
Holidayz at the Park returns to the Orange County Great Park on Saturday, bringing festive decorations and lights to the Palm Court as well as safely planned events. The City of Irvine is presenting a modified event this year, with new activities and photo opportunities, all outdoors.
Orange County Great Park