Investing in Our Future

City staff works to construct and maintain a variety of infrastructure projects every day that help ensure residents receive the quality services they have grown to expect from the City of Irving.

Read more about the work being done around Irving:
Investing in our Future
  1. Heritage Aquatics 2

    Heritage Aquatic Center Renovations Scheduled for Summer

    The Heritage Aquatic Center will close for approximately eight weeks for pool renovations, beginning May 31. Read on...
  2. Deleware-Creek-at-De-Zavala

    Municipal Drainage Utility Projects to Continue Through Spring

    The City of Irving Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Department oversees rehabilitation and reconstruction projects that improve neighborhoods and corridors, to ensure the public welfare and improve the quality of life for residents and businesses. Read on...
  3. Workers pour concrete and level it for the new extension of North Campion Trail into Coppell.

    Campion Trail Extension to Coppell

    An extension of the Campión Trail will connect Irving's trail with Coppell's trail system. Read on...
  4. Leveling pond used in transporting drinking water from Jim Chapman Lake to Irving, Texas.

    City Leaders Tour Irving’s Water System

    Ever wonder what it takes to get water to your faucet? Because of years of investment, the City of Irving brings in 85 percent of its own water, compared to other cities that must buy water for their residents. Read on...
  5. Las Colinas Urban Center, Irving, Texas

    Work to Begin on Urban Center Lift Station

    The City of Irving is investing in its future by improving the wastewater infrastructure in the Urban Center. Read on...
  6. City of Irving elected officials and staff, as well as Dallas County and Grand Prairie officials, op

    MacArthur Boulevard Ribbon Cutting

    In this clip from ICTN's "City Source," see leaders from Dallas County, Irving and Grand Prairie cut the ceremonial ribbon to open a new section of MacArthur Boulevard. Read on...