Wall of Recognition
Civic participation is a hallmark of Irvine. Even before Irvine became a city, there was a spirit of community activism, involvement, and pride that set the tone for the municipality Irvine would become. Since its incorporation in 1971, hundreds of individuals have dedicated themselves in service to Irvine as mayors, city council members, commissioners, committee members, and leaders of community organizations.
The City of Irvine is honored to recognize the community leaders who shaped Irvine's beginnings and those who continue to build upon the foundation of excellence for future generations.
The City of Irvine takes pride in honoring Irvine's fallen service members and hometown heroes. These heroes will forever be remembered for not only for their service to America, but for their roles in their families and their community.
Military Memorial plaques have been placed at the Flag Monuments as a permanent tribute to their service. You may also view a brief history of their lives and military history by clicking on one of the names below.
The City of Irvine has provided an opportunity for individuals to recognize friend and family through placement of plaques on seat walls throughout Bill Barker Park. You will be able to search this section of the Public Recognition site in the near future, once plaques are placed.