Irvine City Council Unanimously Approves Filing of an Amicus Brief 12/21/2020

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. 

Mayor Khan Announces COVID-19 and Business Reopening Task Forces 12/15/2020

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Farrah N. Khan announces the COVID-19 and Business Reopening Task Forces to guide the City of Irvine in 2021 and beyond.

New Ways to Ring in the ‘Holidayz’ in Irvine 11/19/2020

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

Statement Regarding West v. Shea Matter 12/09/2020

The City of Irvine recently paid a substantial sum to settle a lawsuit arising from former Mayor Christina Shea’s use of her personal Facebook profile. Mayor Shea chose to block users and delete postings relating to the Black Lives...

City of Irvine Swears in Newly Elected Mayor and City Councilmembers 12/08/2020

The City of Irvine swore-in the newly-elected Mayor and City Councilmembers Tuesday, December 8, 2020. The ceremony included Mayor Farrah N. Khan, Councilmember Mike Carroll, Councilmember Tammy Kim, and Councilmember Larry Agran.

Swearing-In Ceremony for Mayor and Councilmembers 12/08/2020

The City of Irvine is swearing-in the newly-elected Mayor and City Councilmembers from 2-3 p.m. on Tuesday, December 8, 2020. Due to the surge in coronavirus cases and the current stay-at-home order, public attendance is not permitted at...

South Coast AQMD Community Meeting 12/10/2020

At the request of the City of Irvine, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD) hosted a community meeting on air quality issues related to All American Asphalt on Wednesday, December 9 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. View the recorded meeting here. 

Stay-At-Home Order Imposed for Southern California Region 12/05/2020

ICU capacity for the Southern California Region, which includes Irvine and Orange County, hit 12.5% on Saturday, December 5, triggering the State's new Regional Stay-at-Home order. The order went into effect on December 6 at 11:59 p.m.

Governor Newsom Issues Regional Stay-at-Home Order Pending ICU Capacity 12/03/2020

Governor Newsom issued a Regional Stay-at-Home Order for regions where hospital ICU capacity is 15% or lower. The state is divided into five regions, with one of those regions being Southern California. The County of Orange and the City of Irvine is in the Southern California region. 

Bond Fire in Silverado Canyon Area - No Threat to Irvine 12/03/2020

The City of Irvine continues to monitor the Bond Fire. The Irvine Police Department has LIFTED the previously issued evacuation warning for the Orchard Hills area of the City of Irvine. Residents who voluntarily evacuated may return to their homes. 


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