The city of Irvine was incorporated on December 28, 1971 under the general laws of the state of California. We operate under a chartered form of government passed in 1975, which means that we have a form of government of the city council and the city administrator. The city director is appointed by the city council to be the chief administrator of the city. The city council sets the political guidelines for the city and the city manager is responsible for implementing these guidelines. In addition, the City Manager informs the council about the city's activities, prepares the annual budget, monitors special programs and coordinates the various departmental activities.
Irvine is one of the largest planned urban parishes in the country, covering more than 65 square miles. We have a fire and medical services contract with County Orange and we have three independent districts: library, education and utility services. Other government services include: animal control; Building and safety regulations and inspection; general administrative services; Planning and zoning; Police; Construction of public facilities / capital improvements; Leisure and cultural programs; Waste collection and recycling; Street lighting; Road maintenance; Landscape maintenance and traffic management.
In September 2021, the average list price for homes in Irvine, California was $ 1.2 million, up 26.3% year over year. The average list price per square meter was $ 580. The average home sales price was $ 1.1 million.
Irvine is a city in California and consists of 24 neighborhoods. There are 140-160 houses for sale during our a recent check on the MLS for Irvine with more than 50% of the listings over $1 Million.
The city of Irvine has a handful of exclusive, multi-million dollar residential complexes. The most famous of these gated communities is the Shady Canyon. Shady Canyon is located in the Turtle Rock area of Irvine, east of Newport Beach. Shady Canyon consists of large properties on large lots. Typically, the most expensive homes for sale in Irvine is in Shady Canyon. However, there are pockets of homes everywhere which can reach $5+ Million.
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Homes in Irvine, CA sold for 1.47% above asking price on average in September 2021.
Irvine, CA is a seller's market in September 2021, meaning more people are looking to buy than there are homes available. The average home stays on the market for less than 50 days.
Average time spent on the market.
Irvine, CA hosts 68 public schools rated good and higher by GreatSchools. You can also find 29 private and charter schools. Here are the best public schools in Irvine, CA:
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