Interim Director, Business Affairs
825 W. Irving Blvd.
Irving, TX 75060
T: (972) 721-2790
For general questions, contact Cynthia Castro, Business Services Coordinator, at (972) 721-4786 or email@example.com.
Business Affairs' work is divided into three areas: Economic Development, Economic Incentives, and Real Estate Services.
The purpose of Economic Development is to create a viable city through the promotion, recruitment and coordination of new commercial, industrial, retail and residential development in the city and the retention and revitalization of existing businesses and neighborhoods. We are focused on comprehensive economic development throughout the city and those efforts are assisted though our partnership with the Greater Irving/Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
who provide recruitment and retention services.
We are also focused on several initiatives in targeted areas. Those targeted areas are:
The City of Irving provides a number of local incentives to attract business and support quality development. Targeted projects focus on areas, including: downtown revitalization, retail and commercial, residential development, to traditional industrial and manufacturing incentives. Additionally, the State of Texas provides services that are conducive to a vibrant economy through www.texaswideopenforbusiness.com
. For more information, contact the Irving Economic Development Partnership at (214) 217-8484.
Real Estate Services
Real Estate Services assists internal city departments in securing necessary land and property rights for municipal facilities such as parks and libraries, as well as rights-of-way and easements for streets, drainage, water and sewer systems and other capital improvement program projects.
The office of Real Estate Services does not offer services for securing or selling personal real estate. The City of Irving does not provide personal real estate listings of for-sale properties.
Real Estate Services provides necessary acquisition and coordination services for implementation of Corridor Enhancement Projects and intergovernmental projects with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), North Central Texas Council of Governments (NTCOG) and Dallas County.
Real Estate Services also provides management of the city’s mineral interests on the various properties owned by the city.
For more information please contact Doug Janeway at (972) 721-2790 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Real Estate Services processes all street/alley and easement abandonment requests, as well as sale of surplus real property owned by the city. Download Abandonment Application
Property Sales/Foreclosures References
City of Irving
To purchase Surplus Property
owned by the City of Irving, fill out the Bidder's Notification form
with the city's Purchasing Department to receive notices regarding future solicitations or sales. Real
Estate & Property is listed as Category 26.
Visit the City of Irving Housing and Human Services
Web page for information
regarding the Irving HHS Homebuyer Program, Down Payment Assistance, Home
Restoration or Rental Assistance Programs and Community Development Block
Dallas Central Appraisal District (DCAD)
Information regarding the current ownership, size and tax valuation of property may be obtained at the DCAD website