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News ImageSolar Decathlon: Ahead to 2015 and back to 2013
The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 returns to the Great Park. Enjoy multiple ICTV programs of the sights and sounds from the first event hosted by the City of Irvine, and a preview of 2015. Click here for ICTV programs.

News ImageSpecial Workshop on the Great Park
The public is invited to a special session workshop of the Orange County Great Park Board of Directors. It will be held from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday, May 9 at Las Lomas Community Park, 10 Federation Way, Irvine. The Board will be presented with and will contemplate future projects at the Great Park. Among the topics will be Trabuco Road and the Trabuco entrance into the Great Park. Free event; no RSVP.

News ImageWall of Recognition: Public Reception
Distinguished citizens and community partners will be applauded during a 4 p.m. public reception followed by a certificate presentation on Tuesday, May 13 at the Irvine Civic Center. The Wall of Recognition honorees are those who have helped shape Irvine and establish a foundation of excellence for future generations. The public is invited to this free event. The honorees are: Justice John Arguelles; Dotsie Bausch; Gene Bedley; Sam and Lily Castelo; Peter Y.K. Chan; Nancy Chase; Vivian Clecak; David Eisenman; Irving Glasser; Al and Greta Jacobs; Ned and Joyce Kassouf; DeeDee “Diana” Kimlin; Guy Lemmon; Jason Lezak; Bob and Carol Liittschwager; Jim McAleer; Keith Oldoerp; Rahman (RQ) and Najma Quader; Douglas Rankin; Brigadier General Robert Tate; Albert Tjan; Angelo and Marilyn Vassos; Jacquie Ellis Warren; John Withers; Fathi and Maria Yousef; Andy Zelinko. Also, the Community Partner Honorees are: Irvine Community Land Trust; Irvine Evergreen Chinese Senior Association; Innovative Housing Opportunities; Irvine Multicultural Association; South Coast Chinese Cultural Association.

News ImageStatewide Primary Election is June 3
The Statewide Primary Election will be held on June 3. In an ongoing effort to promote voter registration and participation, the City of Irvine encourages all eligible residents to register and vote. The registration deadline is May 19 for the June 3, 2014 election. Registration cards are available at all Irvine community centers and the Irvine Civic Center. For more information about voter registration or to become a poll worker, call the City of Irvine Clerk's Office at 949-724-6205, the Registrar of Voters at 714-567-7600.

News ImageIrvine Police Celebrates National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week
This week is National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week!

On our website, we have multiple resources and information about our Animal Services Unit as well as answers to most questions you may have.

News ImageThis week, April 13-19th is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.

This week, April 13-19th is National Public Safety Telecommunications Week.

News ImageView ICTV Program on Housing Needs for Developmentally Disabled Residents
A Community Forum to review housing needs of residents with developmental disabilities was held in January in Irvine. To view the ICTV Channel 30 program, click here.

News ImageAre You Interested in a Career in Law Enforcement as a Police Officer?

If so, the Irvine Police Department would like to announce that starting April 14, 2014 through April 25, 2014 there will be an open application acceptance window for the position of Police Officer Recruit.

News ImageGot-a-Minute? - April is Distracted Driver Awareness Month
'Got-a-Minute?' Quick information you can use right now!

The month of April is 'Distracted Driver Awareness Month'

The Irvine Police Department would like to share with you some important informaiton about distracted driving.

View the video here.

News ImageApril is Earthquake Preparedness Month
April is Earthquake Preparedness Month and the Irvine Police Department Office of Emergency Management would like to encourage Irvine residents to be prepared by making a family plan, stockpiling emergency supplies and knowing how to stay connected to the City. Taking these simple steps will go a long way during an earthquake or other emergency.