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COVID-19 Vaccine Resources

California is allocating COVID-19 vaccines as they become available to ensure equitable distribution. OC Health Care Agency continues the phased approach to vaccine distribution. Given the limited initial supply of COVID-19 vaccines, distribution will be limited at first and increase over time.

How to Participate in the City Council or Great Park Meeting

The City is pleased to announce that City Council and Great Park Board meetings will be available for public participation via Zoom web-conferencing in an effort to enhance community engagement. 

City Seeking Public Input on Improvements to City Facilities and New Dog Park 01/21/2021

The City of Irvine is seeking feedback to assist in planning the Oak Creek Community Park Project. The City has launched two online surveys, to gather input on potential community park and dog park amenities.

The community park...

Irvine Launches 3rd District Small Business Support Program 01/19/2021

The City of Irvine received $722,000 from the County of Orange to assist small businesses effected by COVID-19 within the Irvine portion of Orange County’s Third Supervisorial District. One-time grants up to $5,000 are available to...

Mayor Farrah N. Khan Gives COVID-19 Vaccination Update 01/15/2021

Watch as Irvine Mayor Farrah N. Khan speaks to our community and provides an update on COVID-19 vaccination efforts underway in Orange County. 

Watch the January 15, 2021 Update

3rd District Small Business Support Grant Program Now Complete 02/11/2021

The application period for the Third District Small Business Support program is now closed. Grant applicants have been notified of their award status.   

COVID-19 Task Force to Host Virtual Town Hall 02/18/2021

The COVID-19 Task Force will host a Virtual Town Hall meeting regarding COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, February 26 from 3 to 4 p.m. Register for the Virtual Town Hall. 

Mayor Farrah N. Khan’s COVID-19 Task Force Launches First Initiative 01/08/2021

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. COVID-19 Resources

Stay Connected with the City During an Emergency

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

City of Irvine Introduces the Community Link Newsletter 01/05/2021

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.

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