Irvine is one of the nation’s
largest planned urban communities and encompasses more than 65 square miles.
The city is less than 50 years old and is divided into 47 villages with various
architectural styles including Shady Canyon and Laguna Altura. More than 1/3rd
of the city is permanently preserved for parks, natural open space, and trails.
Bordering Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Tustin, Santa Ana, and Laguna Woods, Irvine thrives at the center of Orange County with 44 miles of bike trails, 20,000 acres of parks and preserves, and the beach 10 miles away. Irvine is home to one of Orange County’s Universities UCI and is known it’s for world class education system. From an energetic rock concert at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, biking and hiking outdoors, or a stroll through a museum, there are plenty of thing to do in Irvine. With Irvine’s mild climate, placement, wild lands, and family friendly communities there is no question why so many call Irvine home.