Flip through the fall online edition of Inside Irvine. Read about the City going al fresco to support businesses, voting in the November election, and preparing for wildfire season. Also, learn how fall classes have been modified to keep families safe and sign up for activities online.
The California Department of Public Health has released guidance for youth sports activities to resume. Specific criteria applies for all youth sports programs, including school-based, club, and recreational programs.
The City of Irvine will distribute face masks received through the recent generous donation from FivePoint Holdings, LLC to community members in an effort to stem the tide of COVID-19 and safeguard Irvine residents and workers. The distribution event will be held August 8 at the Irvine Civic Center.
The City of Irvine hosted a Virtual Town Hall Meeting with Mayor Christina Shea and Councilmember Anthony Kuo on Thursday, July 30, featuring IUSD Boardmembers Lauren Brooks and Ira Glasky to discuss City and school updates. Watch on-demand now.
The Irvine Animal Care Center is seeking photo entries for its annual Photo Fundraiser. Is your dog, cat, or rabbit ready for its close-up? Submit your favorite photo of your pet, then get your family and friends to vote for your pet’s picture.
To help stem the tide of COVID-19 and safeguard Irvine first responders, residents and workers, FivePoint Holdings, LLC has donated 1 million face masks to the City of Irvine in its continuing effort to provide critical resources where needed most in the region.
The City of Irvine Rental Assistance Program application period is now closed. Applications are now being reviewed for eligibility and a lottery will be conducted during the week of July 27, for those meeting the eligibility criteria.
Join Mayor Christina L. Shea and Councilmember Anthony Kuo on Thursday, July 30 at 5:15 for a Virtual Town Hall Meeting with IUSD Board members, Ira Glasky and Lauren Brooks to provide updates about the impacts of COVID-19 to the City of Irvine and IUSD.
At the direction of the Irvine City Council, this past week COVID-19 testing capacity at the Great Park was expanded. The expanded testing capacity will continue into weeks three and four, and registration will reopen on Friday, July 24 at 12 p.m. to fill additional appointments.