Meeting Rooms

Meeting Rooms

As a public agency, IRWD makes some of its meeting rooms available free of charge to non-profit organizations and residents within our service area which includes Irvine, portions of the Cities of Lake Forest, Portola Hills, Foothill Ranch, Newport Coast, Tustin Ranch, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Orange and portions of unincorporated Orange County.

Please check our online calendar for date availability


Please be patient in viewing the availability of the calendar as it is updated daily. To request one of our meeting rooms, please click here

For more information on our meeting room policies and guidelines please read the "Meeting Facility Use Guidelines" packets provided below for each meeting room, contact Public Affairs at 949-453-5500 or download our brochure here.

Community Meeting Room

The Community Meeting room is available for meetings after regular business hours starting at 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. Monday - Friday and 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. on weekends. The Community Meeting Room is located at 15500 Sand Canyon Avenue, Irvine, CA 92618. A map is provided for convience in locating the Community Meeting Room. 

Community Meeting Room Checklist

Community Meeting Room Guidelines

Frequently Asked Community Meeting Room Questions

Duck Club Meeting Room

The Duck Club meeting room is available daily from 8 am to 10 pm. Liability alcohol insurance is required for all events serving alcohol.The Duck Club is located at the San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary and is available for meetings and events.This meeting room is extremely popular and books several months in advance. A a map to the Duck Club and a map of the IRWD San Joaquin Marsh campus where the Duck Club is located is provided for your convenience. 

Tours of the Duck Club are held between 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Mondays depending on availablity of the room. To schedule a room tour contact Public Affairs at 949-453-5500 or


Duck Club Facilities Checklist

Duck Club Guidelines

Frequently Asked Duck Club Questions


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