Capital projects are projects that involve work at the city's pump station, lift station, and tank sites.
Find information about cross connection, industrial pretreatment, stormwater, and much more.
Technical training is required for personnel working in the water industry in order to obtain and update specialized water licenses.
Utility locates are completed by Water Utilities staff in order to identify the location of underground water and wastewater lines.
Utility Services is front-line personnel that meet Irving's customers face to face to discuss and resolve water issues.
Find information about eh department's collection vehicles and pumping systems.
Water Conservation is a city program that is intended to encourage Irving residents to use water wisely and efficiently.
The City of Irving's water distribution provides potable drinking water and fire protection to a population of over 200,000.
Find information about the pipes, motors, and other devices the department uses to make Irving a better place to live.
The City of Irving Water Utility Geographic Information System (GIS) digitally maps our Water distribution system and our Sanitary Sewer collection system.