However, as with any designated open space amenity in Irvine, we as a community must remain vigilant and informed about land use issues in our city. And we must continue to elect and support city officials who will honor and uphold Irvine's General Plan and designated open spaces.
And the best way to do this is to stay informed! Here are some easy ways to do this:
Sign Up For Our RSJ Golf Coalition Email List
Stay informed on any news or updates regarding the RSJ golf course by signing up on our email list. Our coalition will continue to monitor the status of the RSJ golf course property and alert our community on any changes in ownership, golf course operations or other updates concerning the RSJ golf course.
Attend a City Council or Planning Commission Meeting
Any deliberation or decision to amend the City's General Plan and zoning for the RSJ golf course takes place at the Irvine Planning Commission meetings, and usually the City Council meetings.
Learn more on what usually takes place at these meetings by attending and/or speaking at a City Council meeting or Planning Commission meeting. Both meetings are open to the public and are held at Irvine City Hall, 1 Civic Center Plaza. View map location
The City Council meetings start at 4pm and are usually held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The Planning Commission meetings also start at 4pm and are usually held on the first and third Thursday of each month. View the City of Irvine calendar to see when the upcoming meetings will be held. Never Attended a Meeting Before? View our tips (pdf). Also view a short video clip of one of our community members who recently spoke in front of City Council about protecting the golf course.
You can also view online a City Council meeting either live or via recorded session on City of Irvine's ICTV website:
And Finally, Make Sure You Register To Vote - And VOTE In Our Local Elections!
Our Irvine community must remain vigilant and elect and support Irvine officials who will uphold and honor our City's General Plan and protect our open space amenities like the RSJ golf course.
And this means every Irvine resident who's a U.S. citizen should make sure they are registered to vote -- and vote in every election including our Irvine City Council races. Our Orange County Registrar of Voters makes it easy to register online on their website: