Welcome back! As the state of California looks to move Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and fully reopen June 15, we are excited to welcome the public back to City Hall and our City facilities beginning on this date. The City of Irvine will resume many operations to their pre-COVID-19 format to serve our residents, while still offering virtual services through the City's digital City Hall, for those not ready to visit us in person. Please view the information below to learn how you can conduct business with us and how we can serve you throughout the transition to a fully open economy.
Additionally, the City of Irvine is closely following the evolving situation regarding Cal/OHSA’s Occupational Safety and Health Standards related to masking. Beginning Monday, June 21, all patrons entering City facilities without a mask must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 under CDC requirements. By entering City facilities without a mask, you attest that you are fully vaccinated. Masks are required by all in any facility with childcare and on public transportation, including TRIPS.
Watch Mayor Farrah N. Khan's welcome back video to learn more about the City's operational changes and what you can expect when you return to the Irvine Civic Center.
City Council and Commission Meetings
- City Council and City Commission meetings will be open to the public with social distancing and masking required. Those who would like to participate virtually can do so by utilizing Zoom, and provide comments through our e-comment feature or by email.
Community Development Counter
- Appointments will be required for in-person visits to the Community Development counter. All plans must be submitted online through the City’s IrvineREADY! permit system. View how to conduct other community development business.
Office of Records and Information
The Office of Records and Information is operating by appointment only to access public information and official records. Schedule an appointment.