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. Irving&#39s Walnut Hill Water Tank

    City Approves Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation Projects

    Irving invests in rehabilitation projects for Walnut Hill Elevated Storage Tank, and MacArthur and Hackberry Ground Storage Tanks. Read on...
  2. Streets employee repairs cracks in the road.

    City Uses Proactive Technology to Assess, Treat Irving’s Road Conditions

    The City of Irving is setting the foundation for roadway maintenance in the future. The city’s Traffic and Transportation/Street Department launched the NEXCO pilot program in Spring of 2023 to obtain information about Irving’s road system. Read on...
  3. Children play on a slide.

    Three Irving Parks Get New Playgrounds

    Trinity View Park, Rodeo Park and Mountain Creek Preserve get new equipment. Read on...
  4. Entrance to north section of Campion Trails.

    Campion Trail Moves into Final Stages of Completion

    Construction of Irving’s Campion Trail began in 1996, and since then, 15.5 miles of the trail have been installed. Now, the final three phases of the project are slated for completion in 2024 and 2025. Read on...
  5. Aerial shot of Keeler Park

    Keeler Park Improvements Underway

    The City of Irving has begun construction on the Keeler Park Improvement Project, which will transform one of the oldest parks in the area. Among the anticipated improvements are pickleball courts and energy-efficient lighting throughout the park. Read on...
  6. Recently paved road with fresh asphalt

    Irving’s Summer Overlay Project Begins in June

    Year six of the Road to the Future Summer Overlay Project will begin in June with improvements scheduled on 17 roadways across the city. Read on...
  7. Irving Parks and Recreation employee stands in front of work truck.

    Irving Puts Technology to Work

    Irving Parks and Recreation expands into automated irrigation technology. Read on...
  8. Hackberry Interceptor Project

    Construction Ramps Up on Cottonwood Hackberry Microtunneling Project

    Construction crews will begin working every Saturday on the City of Irving’s Cottonwood Hackberry Interceptor Project through the end of summer 2023. Read on...
  9. background of skyscrapers with inset of fire emergency truck

    Irving IT Wins Accolades for "Smart" Project

    Kudos to the City of Irving Information Technology (IT) Department, which has been named a winner in IDC Government Insights’ sixth annual Smart Cities North America Awards for the city's early adoption of Motorola's Critical Connect solution. Read on...
  10. Man on ladder installs wireless internet device on a pole at an Irving park

    Free Wi-Fi Coming to Several Irving Parks

    Crews are installing wi-ri at several Irving parks. By the end of June, free wi-fi will be available at a number of open spaces around the city. Read on...
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