Every great city is built upon a solid foundation, known as its infrastructure. Across America, it’s often overlooked or crumbling. In Irvine, however, this infrastructure was master planned before the first home was built.
The remarkable story of how the Master Plan brought to life – village by village – one of America’s greenest cities.
It’s hard to believe that summer is nearly over, but don’t let the September heat fool you about your garden.
We all know that a flower’s colorful blooms are designed to entice bees, butterflies and other pollinators that play a role in a plant’s reproduction.…
July is a time for recreation, leisurely barbecues and hours spent playing with the kids or dog on the backyard lawn area.
Beautify your own open spaces by planting succulents and other water-wise plants.
The number of electric cars on U.S. roads nearly doubled in the past few years, and Irvine’s tech hub is driving several new advances in the industry.
Irvine Ranch Water District has awarded its first WaterStar Restaurant Certification to Cucina Enoteca, a California-inspired Iitalian kitchen and wine shop at Irvine Spectrum Center.
Irvine Mayor Christina Shea promised to expand upon the city’s successful green initiatives during her annual State of the City address on Feb. 25 at the Irvine Civic Center.
Innovative ideas are helping to conserve open spaces for future generations.