Welcome to Irvine!
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Orange County is currently in the orange tier according to the State of California's Blueprint for a Safer Economy. Irvine's hotels, restaurants, retail, and attractions are committed to providing you with a safe environment that aligns with expert protocols for working to defeat COVID-19. Please do your part by practicing social distancing and wearing a face covering when you are around people not in your household, especially when indoors. Data is updated weekly. Tier assignment is based on results as of May 11, 2021.
Irvine, California was master-planned to be an economic powerhouse and offer an extraordinary quality of life. A leading business center with more than 100 global corporations; a family-oriented multicultural community where residents speak more than 70 languages; a leader in education, Irvine is where community, business, and nature are in harmony. Beautifully manicured office parks are surrounded by more than 16,500 acres of parks, sports fields and dedicated open space, the most in the county, offering residents and visitors alike preserved natural habitats and wildlands with miles of hiking and biking trails. You’ll also appreciate Irvine being recognized as “America’s Safest Big City” by the FBI since 2005.
Irvine is a perfect meeting destination, located minutes from a multitude of diverse businesses and corporate centers; served by one of the country’s most passenger-friendly airports and conveniently located near the area’s highways.
Sports tournaments will score in Irvine with over a dozen sports fields and facilities, including the Orange County Great Park’s Sports Complex.
And for those looking for a weekend getaway, Irvine is right in the middle of all that makes Orange County postcard-worthy! The center of the city is only 7 miles from the Pacific Ocean.
Business or pleasure—Irvine, one of the nation's largest and most successful master-planned urban communities, encompasses 66 square miles and features some of the best outdoor recreation, family activities, shopping, dining, sports facilities and meeting venues in California and across the nation.