Irvine Neighborhoods Map

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The city of Irvine, CA has a population of 272,694 and a population density of 4,156 people per square mile. There are a total of 24 Irvine, CA neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Uc Irvine and the largest neighhorhood by population is Woodbridge. The Irvine, CA neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Top Rated Neighborhoods In Irvine, CA

Irvine, California is one of several suburbs located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Irvine is a well-known suburb as it is home to one of the University of California campuses. This city embraces the college town lifestyle and encourages its residents to embrace the outdoors as well. There are many exciting things to see and do in Irvine, California, and the ocean and mountains are a short drive away too. There are many popular neighborhoods located throughout this beautiful city. Lower Peters Canyon, Northwood, and West Park are among the most diverse and top rated neighborhoods in Irvine.

Lower Peters Canyon

The neighborhood of Lower Peters Canyon is one of the higher end neighborhoods in the Irvine city limits. The neighborhood is around three and a half miles from downtown Irvine and is close to the Interstate highway 5. There are many exciting things to see and do in Lower Peters Canyon. The Tustin Ranch Golf Club and Kim Art Gallery are two of the most prestigious destinations in the neighborhood. Outdoor activities are also especially important to residents in Lower Peters Canyon. There are over a dozen parks within walking distance of majority of the homes. Valencia Park, Tustin Sports Park, Laurel Glen Park, and Bella Vista Park are among the most favorite. Residents can also enjoy a variety of educational options for their needs. The Irvine Unified School District and Irvine Montessori House are just two of the options available. There are also numerous shopping and dining options available too.


The Northwood neighborhood is a highly diverse neighborhood. The housing market is fairly stable in this neighborhood and includes a variety of options from condos to luxury homes. School choice is a popular selling point for this neighborhood. In addition to the local public schools, St. Michael the Archangel Academy and Foundations Montessori are both located in the neighborhood. There are many different types of activities available in Northwood too. Heritage Grove Park, David Sills Lower Peters Canyon Park, and Jeffrey Open Space Trail are all popular destinations for various outdoor activities. Art Classes at Orange County, Irvine Stadium, and Irvine Fine Arts Center offer a variety of indoor activities to the residents and visitors of Northwood as well. Northwood is one of the larger neighborhoods in the Irvine city limits with over 23,500 residents. The various public transportation stops help keep the streets clear of congestion and allow passengers the ability to navigate through the city easily.

West Park

Over 15,000 residents agree that West Park is a great place to live. This neighborhood offers residents lower crime rates and lower housing prices than other neighborhoods in the vicinity. Staying active is one of the most important aspects of residents' lifestyles in West Park. There are several fitness center options located throughout the neighborhood. The Fitness Camp, Personal Best Fitness, and SeaFit Irvine are among the more popular choices. The neighborhood also has several parks located throughout the area. These parks include; Springacre Park, Woodfern Park, Smokestone Park, and San Marco Park. There are several schooling options for residents in West Park too, including the AOI College of Languages. Shopping, dining, and entertainment options are also available throughout the area. These venues are made easier to access by the state of the art public transportation offered throughout the city of Irvine.