The U.S. Census counts the population and households providing the basis for reapportioning congressional seats, redistricting, and distribution of more than $675 billion in federal funds annually to support state, county, and community programs impacting housing, education, transportation, jobs, health care, and public policies.
The Irwindale Aquatics Center will open for the 2020 Summer season on Friday, June 5th. Our facility contains a 25 meter swimming pool, 3 diving boards which includes two 1m and one 3m, measures 3-feet deep in the shallow end and 13-feet deep in the deep end, we also have a 1-foot deep wading pool for the little ones. We also offer a variety of classes which include Swimming Lessons, Parent and Me Lessons, Aqua-fitness, Lap Swimming, Senior Splash (swim time for 50+ only), and more. Join us for a summer of fun, see you on deck.Read More
The city wants to keep our residents, business owners, and the surrounding community informed of critical incidents and community information. This system will be used to notify the public of missing persons, evacuations, threats, severe weather, road closures, and more. Sign up to receive notifications via email, text message, and/or voicemail.
The Irwindale Public Library provides access to digital services such as online tutoring and instant borrowing as well as in-person research assistance, story time, homework tutoring, movies, events, and more. Find out how you can get a library card and take advantage of these services.
The Irwindale Senior Center is open to adults 50 years of age and older. The center includes a billiard room, computer lab, exercise and TV room, classrooms, a dining room, a commercial kitchen, and a lobby area for reading the newspaper, drinking coffee, and playing board games. Join your friends for fun and fellowship with a space and activities designed just for you.