The Irvine Animal Care Center is in the design phase of a major renovation project, and members of the public are invited to a virtual meeting to learn more about the plans. The center was opened in 1982, and manages more than 1,700 adoptions and reunifications annually. To maintain a high level of service to a growing Irvine community, the City Council approved a joint project to improve the Irvine Animal Care Center and Operations Support Facility. As part of this project, the Irvine Animal Care Center will be improved with new veterinary facilities, refurbished animal kennel buildings, additional customer/animal interaction areas, multipurpose use space, additional administration space, improved entrance access and visibility, and other operational improvements.
Join Us for a Virtual Meeting
The concept plan for the Irvine Animal Care Center will be presented during a virtual public meeting on Thursday, March 4, at 6 p.m. The meeting will be conducted via Zoom, and additional information is available here.