Together, we have taken the necessary means and measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. Help us chronicle these moments in time, and showcase how our Irvine community continues to come together during this global health crisis by submitting photos of your experiences.
Enjoy movies and concerts in the park – with a twist – during the Irvine Summer Drive-In Series. The Summer Drive-In Series features movies on the big screen and live concerts at the Orange County Great Park in drive-in format every Saturday this August.
In keeping with evolving state and county guidance, the City of Irvine will modify or re-open many recreation services and programs. The City has scheduled modified summer camps, opening aquatic centers for limited programs, and will open museum and gallery spaces at the Orange County Great Park.
The Orange County Health Care Agency Director, following state guidance, has given approval for additional businesses to open Friday, June 12, including community and HOA pools, day camps, gyms, movie theaters, and more.
Irvine businesses that are part of Orange County's 5th Supervisorial District will have the opportunity to apply for the th District Small Business Grant Relief Program. This County Program provides support to businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Flip through a special online summer edition of Inside Irvine for the latest information on City news and activities. Read about the many ways our community has come together as we fight the spread of COVID-19 — from helpful volunteers to City staff providing essential services.
To mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on Irvine’s small businesses (with 25 or fewer employees), the City of Irvine has committed its allocation of approximately $5,000,000 in one-time federal CARES Act funding to create a small business support program. The application is now open through June 30.
The City of Irvine will launch the Small Business Support Program to mitigate the financial impact of COVID-19 on local small businesses on Wednesday, June 3 at 8 a.m. Businesses located in Irvine with 25 or fewer employees are eligible to apply.
At a meeting on May 29, the Irvine City Council voted to establish a program to provide financial support to small businesses impacted by COVID-19. Funding for the Local Business Support Program comes from a $5 million grant from the County of Orange, through the federally approved CARES Act.