In April 2008, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger designated Irvine’s Bommer Canyon, along with more than 50,000 acres of Irvine Ranch Conservancy land, as a California National Landmark.
In Irvine you can walk to many neighborhood parks in less than 5 minutes.
Irvine residents enjoy 16,000 acres of preserved natural habitat, more than any other Orange County city.
Money Magazine ranked Irvine #1 City in its Best Places to Live list.
Only in Irvine can you enjoy the great outdoors along 240 miles of trails
Only in Irvine can you walk, hike or bike from the Cleveland National Forest to the Pacific Ocean on the Mountains to Sea Trail
In Irvine you can live, work, shop, play within minutes of each other.
More than one-third of the entire City of Irvine is permanently preserved as parks, natural open space and trails.