Chaparral Park Hill Naming 

City Council Will Consider Formally Renaming 'Suicide Hill'

The City of Irvine is seeking input on the selection of an official name for the hill above Chaparral Park in the Turtle Rock community. The site is locally known as "Suicide Hill" for the difficult climbs, and the City is seeking a more positive name to reflect the area's rich Native American heritage. After an initial review and a consultation with the Acjachemen Nation Tribal Manager, the City developed a public survey to gather input. 

Public Survey

A public survey offered images of the site, suggestions for inspiring names based on the site, and spaces for open-ended entry of name suggestions. The public was encouraged to visit the hill and share your feedback through the survey.

The survey is now closed. A virtual public meeting to share findings is on March 30. 

Community Outreach

March 30, 6 p.m.: Chaparral Park Hill Naming Virtual Community Meeting 

This meeting will be held via Zoom and will discuss the results of the Chaparral Park Hill Naming survey. The meeting information is below, and the virtual meeting will open approximately 30 minutes prior to the start time of 6 p.m. 

Join the Meeting

If you are having trouble with the link above, please copy and paste this link into your browser:

Passcode: City

If you would like to join by phone, dial one of the following numbers and use the Webinar ID and Passcode:
669-900-6833 or 346-248-7799 or 253-215-8782 or 301-715-8592 or 312-626-6799 or 929-436-2866
Webinar ID: 930 2304 3255
Passcode: 576851