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. 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...
  2. Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center, Irving, TX

    Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center Museums Renovation Update

    Crews have begun interior renovations on two of the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center’s museums. Work on the Masonic Lodge and J.O. Davis House will be completed in two phases. Read on...
  3. Newly paved drainage channel in Irving, Texas.

    What is the Municipal Drainage Utility?

    The City of Irving’s Municipal Drainage Utility (MDU), a division of CIP, is responsible for all things stormwater in Irving. MDU develops, coordinates and administers programs and procedures to improve the city’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System. Read on...
  4. A freshly paved road.

    Road to the Future Projects Continue into 2023

    As 2023 moves forward, so does the City of Irving’s Road to the Future: $200 Million in 10 Years program. Now in its sixth year, the cross-departmental program has moved into Phase 2, which will run through 2028. Read on...
  5. Architect&#39s aerial view of the veranda and deck at the Irving Golf Club.

    City Adds Veranda, Deck to Irving Golf Club

    The Irving Golf Club is providing new outdoor spaces for visitors, and renovations will be ready just in time for warmer weather. Read on...
  6. Construction workers prepare an excavated section of Irving Boulevard for paving.

    Irving Boulevard Reconstruction Reaches Milestone

    The Irving Boulevard reconstruction project is over 50% complete and on schedule to be finished later this year. The largest portion of the project, replacement of water, wastewater and storm drain systems, is almost complete. Read on...
  7. Artist rendering of the new Carbon Road Pump Station.

    Planning For Today’s Needs, Meeting Tomorrow’s Demands

    The City of Irving Water Utilities Department prepares for construction of the new Carbon Road Pump Station. Read on...
  8. View of apartments along Riverside Drive, with construction cones on the road.

    Construction Begins on Cottonwood and Hackberry Interceptor Project

    On Jan. 9, the City of Irving began construction on the replacement of a 48-inch diameter wastewater line and a 36-inch diameter wastewater line that run along the east side of Riverside Drive between Northwest Highway and Las Colinas Boulevard. Read on...
  9. December 2022: Current Embassy Channel, with overgrown vegetation and crumbling cement

    City to Begin Improvements on Embassy Channel in February

    The two-year, $15,196,366 Embassy Channel Improvements Project will improve the storm drain system capacity of MacArthur Boulevard, reduce the 100-year floodplain limit, and protect about 273 residential and commercial structures. Read on...
  10. Looking north along MacArthur Boulevard, at Northgate Drive.

    MacArthur Boulevard Reconstruction Project to Begin in Early 2023

    Irving residents will soon see orange cones as they drive along MacArthur Boulevard. Beginning in January 2023, the City of Irving Capital Improvement Program (CIP) will launch a two-year project that runs from Metker Street to Byron Nelson Way. Read on...
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