Recycled water keeps Irvine green, even during droughts.
Green from the start
In Irvine, the “go local” movement extends beyond food – it’s the foundation of a resilient and sustainable water supply, as well.
Irvine is one of three cities to receive $1 million in grant funding as part of an innovative new effort aimed at achieving carbon neutrality by 2030.
Recycled water’s purple pipes started in Irvine.
Recycled water does more than just keep Irvine’s parks and medians green and lush.
Access to parks, trails and open space makes Irvine one of America’s healthiest cities, new studies say.
As California experiences continued drought, there’s one thing that sets Irvine apart: water resilience.
Juan Garcia, senior water efficiency specialist at Irvine Ranch Water District, offers three tips to create your own masterpiece.
Water has always been a precious resource in Irvine. As far back as 1906, James Irvine II worked tirelessly to create a sustainable water source for crops on his Irvine Ranch and considered every rare rainstorm as “dollars falling from the sky.”
How Irvine was master-planned to be one of America’s most livable cities.