Turns out, Irvine is one of the healthiest cities in America.
As communities around the nation, particularly in the arid Southwest, struggle to meet their water needs, the Irvine Ranch Water District has long been a national leader in the recycling of wastewater.
The city took major steps to improve traffic flow this year, investing $79 million in 21 projects now underway.
Under the boughs of a citrus tree, on a mossy rock in Aldrich Park, lies a bronze plaque that marks the birthplace of Irvine.
In 1960, Irvine Company planners and architects began creating a vision for the City of Irvine.
The hundreds of companies that call Irvine Spectrum home will kick off the annual Rideshare Week on Oct. 1 to encourage their employees to leave their cars at home.
If you haven’t ridden a bicycle to get around Irvine yet, you are missing out.
Recycled water irrigates about 85 percent of public and commercial landscaping within the Irvine Ranch Water District, providing a reliable and sustainable resource. As communities…
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