City Spotlight: Irvine California 
Irvine has all the surf, sand, and sun Southern California is known for, with 44 miles of bike trails, 20,000 acres of parks and preserves, and a beach 10 miles away. Thanks to smart planning, this big city can feel surprisingly small. The 40-year-old community is divided into 40 “villages,” and a minimum of five acres of park space is added for every 1,000 newcomers. Home prices are high, but new development is creating more affordable options – along with new schools, bike paths, and green spaces.
There are 33 public schools in Irvine and a total of 8,313 public schools in California. There are 18 private schools in Irvine and a total of 3,445 private schools in California. There are 8 post-secondary schools in Irvine and a total of 1,086 post-secondary schools in California.
The income per capita in Irvine is 38% greater than the California average and 62.4% greater than the National average. The median household income in Irvine is 41.1% greater than the California average and 73.8% greater than the National average. The median household income in Irvine for owner occupied housing is 87.6% greater than the median household income for renter occupied housing in Irvine.
The median home value in Irvine is 50.9% greater than the California average and 237.8% greater than the National average. The median price asked for homes in Irvine is 40.1% greater than the California average and 214.1% greater than the National average. The median rental rates in Irvine is 48.4% greater than the California average and 123.2% greater than the National average.
The highest average temperature in Irvine is August at 71.7 degrees. The coldest average temperature in Irvine is December at 55.7 degrees. The most monthly precipitation in Irvine occurs in February with 2.6 inches. The Irvine weather information is based on the average of the previous 3-7 years of data.
There are a total of 3 airports within 30 miles of Irvine and a total of 12 Amtrak train stations within 30 miles of the city center. The average travel time to work in Irvine is 10.3% less than the California average and equal to the National average. The number of people who take public transportation in Irvine is 72.2% less than the California average and 62.8% less than the National average. The number of people who carpool to work in Irvine is 47.6% less than the California average and 35.9% less than the National average. The number of people who work from home in Irvine is 21.2% greater than the California average and 78.8% greater than the National average.
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