CicloIRVINE Moving Full Steam Ahead May 4th

On February 27, 2024, the City Council gave final direction to staff on the planning for CicloIRVINE – Irvine’s first open street event, and OrangCounty’s fourth open street event. Council selected the branding “CicloIRVINE: An Open Streets Event” along with Saturday, May 4th, 2024.

Cities such as Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, Long Beach, Encinitas, and many more have hosted open street events, with Los Angeles regularly hosting CicLAvia several times a year. There will be 3 hubs along the route with various community organizations and local businesses being able to contribute to the event with engaging activities.

The 1.7-mile route will run along Barranca (at Creek) and a small portion of Harvard to end at Bill Barber Park, which will be open to pedestrians and cyclists for a few hours.  

The City has enlisted CARS (Community Arts Resources) as the consultant in planning the event — an organization founded by the founder of CicLAvia in Los Angeles.
The event route will be accessible by walking and cycling by several trails (Peters Canyon Trail, San Diego Creek Trail, Harvard Side Path, and Woodbridge Trails. Parking will be available at Woodbridge High School, Creekside High School, Woodbridge Community Church, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Irvine Presbyterian Church, the Irvine Civic Center, and Mike Ward Park.
See Finance Commission presentation