City of Irvine Receives Southern California Veterans Cemetery Feasibility Study Results

Friday, June 04, 2021

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 On June 4, the City of Irvine received the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVets) cemetery feasibility studies for the golf course and ARDA locations.

City of Irvine staff will be reviewing the study summaries and reaching out to CalVet to schedule a public presentation of the results and next steps. Both the ARDA and golf course feasibility studies are available on the City’s website.

For additional information about the Southern California Veterans Cemetery and to view supporting documents, please visit CalVet’s webpage.

For more information about proposed Southern California State Veterans Cemetery in the City of Irvine, please visit

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