Portola Springs Community Center

Portola Springs Community Center is a multi-use facility that offers a variety of classes for the community. It includes a multipurpose room, meeting room, Native American Wing: Acjachemen Room, patio space, and outdoor and playground amenities. View details about rentable spaces within Portola Springs Community Center below. Please note: Reservations are not available for the picnic tables throughout the park area; they are available on a first-come, first-served basis for groups of 50 or fewer. Alcohol and vendors (e.g., caterers or entertainers) are not permitted.

Portola Springs Honors Irvine's Indigenous People

Portola Spring Community Park and Community Center have intentionally designed spaces that help educate the community and recognize the Acjachemen people of ‘U∫rónvanga, now Portola Springs. These spaces represent the City’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and recognition of Irvine’s indigenous people.

The Native American Wing: Acjachemen Room at Portola Springs Community Center

The Native American Wing: Acjachemen Room is a monument to the partnership among the City of Irvine, The Irvine Company, and the Acjachemen people, as well as a dedication to preserving precious homelands and important Native American history. In addition to the Native American Wing, Portola Springs Community Center and Park includes 124 acres of preserved open spaces, trails, and a Native American garden.

Sentinel Signs at Portola Springs Community Park

The three new sentinel signs offer insight into the life of the Acjachemen people, who occupied the area for nearly 10,000 years. ‘U∫rónvanga was a busy village, tool-manufacturing site, and considered a sacred area to the Acjachemen.  


The City of Irvine offers a variety of classes at Portola Springs Community Center, including youth dance, music, and educational programs, as well as adult pickleball lessons. For all programs and activities currently at Portola Springs Community Center, visit yourirvine.org.


Please review the amenities below. To make a reservation or for more information, contact Facility Reservations at 949-724-6620 or reservations@cityofirvine.org. Applicants may now also fill out a Facility Reservation Application & Request form online here.

Available Facility Reservations


Portola Springs Community Center’s 2,963-square-foot multipurpose room can be rented as a whole or split into two separate rooms. The room features a carpeted floor and accommodates theater-style seating, banquet seating, and classroom-style seating. The multipurpose room includes access to a warming kitchen, which is available for an add-on fee. The maximum room capacity is approximately 198 attendees, depending on setup.


Portola Springs Community Center's kitchen is available only with a multipurpose room reservation for an add-on fee. No cooking of food is permitted. Prepared or catered food may be kept warm or cold by utilizing the kitchen amenities, which include a microwave, an oven, a refrigerator, a stove, and a sink. No barbecuing permitted. 



The 1,651-square-foot Native American Wing: Acjachemen Room features a carpeted floor and accommodates theater-style seating, banquet seating, and classroom-style seating. It includes cultural and historical artifacts and displays paying homage to the Native American tribes who once inhabited the Portola Springs area. The maximum room capacity is approximately 104 attendees, depending on setup.


Portola Springs Community Center's meeting room is 722 square feet with carpeted flooring that can accommodate theater-style seating, banquet seating, and classroom-style seating. The maximum room capacity is approximately 48 attendees, depending on setup.


Portola Springs Community Center's patio space is on the backside of the center, and offers scenic views of the surrounding hillsides. The patio is rentable on its own. Rental applicant must provide their own tables and chairs for outdoor use. 



Portola Springs Community Center has one picnic shelter featuring four picnic tables and two barbecues. Picnic tables are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Policies & Fees

The City of Irvine Community Services Reservation Policy is established to ensure that the use of City facilities and parks aligns with City values, provides fair access to all users, remains fair priced, operates in a fiscally responsible manner, and supports a safe and sustainable community. View the Reservation Policy here.

Reservation Fees & Hours

Portola Springs Community Center's rooms are available for rent; hourly rates vary by room, group, and event type (see the Reservation Policy for more details). Please see the table below for a general overview of fees, or view a PDF version here. Reservations outside of regular operating hours may be subject to additional fees, noted below.

Multipurpose Room* $400 $152 $190
Multipurpose Room A* $200 $135 $168
Multipurpose Room B* $200 $135 $168
Acjachemen Room $200 $135 $168
Rear Patio $200 $118 $147
Meeting Room $150 $80 $98
Meeting Room A $120 $75 $93
Meeting Room B $120 $75 $93
Kitchen $200 $40 additional charge per reservation day, in addition to multipurpose room reservation fees.

*A $20 additional hourly fee will be charged for reservations of premium rooms during primetime hours. Primetime hours are 5–9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m.–10 p.m. Saturday, and noon–6 p.m. Sunday. Find more information on reservation hours and primetime fees here.

Please note: The above fees apply to room rental only. Events including alcohol will incur additional fees. Other needed services, such as security, porter service, or equipment rentals, are available with additional fees.

Portola Springs Community Center Facility Reservation Fees

General Equipment Rental Fees