Great Park Chairman Mike Carroll Launches Cultural Terrace

IRVINE, California - Today, Mike Carroll, Councilmember, City of Irvine, and Chairman of the Great Park, kicked off the development of the Cultural Terrance at the Great Park. The Cultural Terrace is a 45-acre parcel which will be home to the Pretend City Children’s Museum, a new facility for Orange County Music and Dance, the Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum and a first-of-its-kind in Orange County Asian American history museum.

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Mike Carroll (Councilmember, City of Irvine) is a devoted husband, parent of school-age children, and Irvine small business owner. Before joining the City Council, Mike was Vice Chair of the Planning Commission and Chair of the Community Services Commission. He is an Irvine Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member, a founding board member of the Orange County Rescue Mission's free medical clinic, and the former President of the Vista Verde K-8 School Foundation. In 2019, Mike was a bipartisan appointment to the City Council and was elected to a four-year term in November 2020, receiving the second-highest number of votes in the City’s history. With over 318,000 residents, Irvine is a multi-award-winning master planned community and is the most diversely integrated and safest city in the nation. He is also Chairman of the Great Park, a 1,300-acre park with six million annual visits and over 500 acres completed to date, which is on track to become one of the great metropolitan parks in the country.