Desert willow, (Chilopsis linearis), is an attractive, large deciduous shrub that also can be grown as a single-or multi-trunk tree. Native to the Southwestern U.S.…
Look at all the green in the 2020 Irvine Parks Guide, and one thing will be clear: Irvine is a city of parks.
Woodbridge High School graduate Maddie Lyon has soared 40 feet, 4 inches in the triple jump and secured seventh place in the nation.
Picking strawberries at Tanaka Farms in the summer.
Explore the four habitats, each teeming with life.
1,000 acres of bluffs, birds and trails – and an easy bike ride from Irvine
The San Diego Creek Trail journeys through the heart of Irvine. Its 9-mile course takes you past familiar landmarks.
Service before self. Character building. Goal setting. That is the foundation of the Congressional Award gold medal, Congress’ highest award for young Americans.
Lace up your tennis shoes or grab the fishing gear. Irvine residents are enjoying additional access to sports courts, regional parks and even Irvine Lake.
Trust for Public Land ranks Irvine parks No. 1 in state and No. 7 in U.S.