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City of Irvine

The City of Irvine is one of the nation’s largest planned urban communities, encompassing more than 65 square miles, with a population of over 200,000. It was incorporated on December 28, 1971 as a charter city, and operates under a Council-manager form of municipal government. Website | Wikipedia


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Great Park Neighborhoods

Previously known as “Heritage Fields,” Great Park Neighborhoods will follow the master-planned tradition of the City of Irvine. Three distinct neighborhoods will bring a rich variety of housing, shops, restaurants, workplaces, educational institutions, parks, trails and outdoor activities within walking or biking distance from residences. Tax revenues from the development will help finance and build the public Orange County Great Park—at no cost to current taxpayers. Website


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The Foundation for the Great Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to generating and maintaining public and private support throughout Orange County and beyond for the development and operation of the Orange County Great Park. The Foundation envisions the Great Park to be one of the world’s greatest metropolitan parks. Website


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Legacy Project

Founded in April 2002, the Legacy Project is a non-profit group dedicated to capturing and producing comprehensive documentation of the shuttered El Toro Marine Corps Air Station’s transformation into the Orange County Great Park, through the mediums of film and photography. Group members include: Jerry Burchfield, Mark Chamberlain, Jacques Garnier, Rob Johnson, Douglas McCulloh, and Clayton Spada. Website