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Common Core Answers from Recent Forum
Mayor's Educational Forum on the Common Core State Standards held on October 8. Answers to questions submitted by the community are available here. Due to a large volume, questions similar in nature were answered only once. For questions that were personal in nature and not answered, please contact your child’s school or school district directly.

Free Legal Assistance to Qualified Irvine Residents
The City of Irvine has partnered with the Legal Aid Society of Orange County to provide free civil legal services to qualified Irvine residents. Services include self-help clinics, workshops, online court forms, an intake hotline, preparation of legal documents and legal representation.

Financial Assistance Available to Residents for Critical Repairs
Irvine homeowners who need to make critical repairs to their homes may qualify to receive financial assistance through the City of Irvine’s Residential Rehabilitation Program. The Program offers three percent interest-deferred loans and emergency grants to assist low income homeowners with critical home improvements. Loans or grants are available to assist homeowners in need of health and safety, building code, and accessibility related repairs. Eligible repairs include heating and cooling, plumbing, windows and exterior doors, roofing, flooring, painting and electrical systems.

News ImageMUDD Line: Irvine Field Conditions
During inclement weather, please check the field conditions website prior to use of City and School District fields. Updates will occur by 1 p.m. for high school use; by 3 p.m. for youth and adult sports. Weekend updates will be posted by 7:30 a.m. and revised throughout the day as conditions change. Click here for detailed information.

News ImageWinter Inside Irvine Now Available!
The 2014-2015 winter issue of Inside Irvine, which includes the Activity Guide and City news is now online and will be mailed to Irvine residents the week of November 17. In addition to offering hundreds of course listings, the winter edition features articles on UCI's 50th Anniversary, 10 City programs you need to know about and holiday safety tips. Click here to view the publication online.

Please note: Winter camps run December 22 to January 2. Several classes begin the week of January 5. Registration begins on November 17; click here to browse the listings.

The spring edition will be mailed the week of February 23.