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. Initial screen of video on Heritage Park reconstruction project&#39s history.

    Holidays at Heritage: Heritage Park History

    As part of the inaugural Holidays at Heritage event, attendees got to see some of the history of Irving's Heritage Park. This video played just before the ceremonial ribbon cutting that marked the opening of the expanded and renovated park. Read on...
  2. Rebuilt channel and bridge in the Delaware Creek project, Irving, Texas.

    Delaware Creek Drainage Channel Project Nears Completion

    Five years into the Delaware Creek Drainage Improvement Project, the City of Irving is nearing completion of the four-phase project. Read on...
  3. Artist rendering of the finished Irving Boulevard, with a bike lane and wider sidewalks.

    Nov. 9, 2021, Stakeholder Meeting Update

    For stakeholders unable to attend the monthly Irving Boulevard Reconstruction meetings, the City of Irving will provide updates online to stay on top of the latest news. Read on...
  4. Artist rendering of aerial view of the finished Williams Square.

    Williams Square Plaza Update

    Excitement grows as the Irving Williams Square Plaza reconstruction project progresses on schedule with a projected spring 2022 completion date. Read on...
  5. Large screens project images from various Irving intersections to help control the flow of traffic.

    Traffic Signal Battery Backup Program Keeps Drivers, Emergency Services Safe on Irving Roads

    During the February winter storms, Irving’s Traffic and Transportation Department used proactive measures to keep hazardous road conditions to a minimum thanks to the Traffic Operations Center (TOC) and the traffic signal battery backup system. Read on...
  6. Restored original water tower at the Irving Heritage Park.

    Heritage Park Will Bring New Energy to South Irving

    Heritage Park will set the vibe for the Irving Heritage District. The redeveloped space incorporates new features and technology while maintaining the park’s historic integrity. Read on...
  7. Artist rendering of entry monument sign for redeveloped Irving Heritage District.

    Irving Boulevard Construction Begins Nov. 15

    The 1-mile Irving Heritage District project between Sowers Road and Strickland Plaza aims to reenergize the downtown center. Phase 1 begins Nov. 15. Read on...
  8. 2021 Road to the Future Progress Report – Maintenance Operations Only

    Members of City Council's Transportation and Natural Resources Committee heard an update from the Traffic and Transportation Department, Street Division, regarding the annual Summer Asphalt Overlay Program, as part of the Road to the Future program. Read on...
  9. City Hall, Irving, Texas

    Building Repairs at City Hall Begin Sept. 7

    In preparation of painting City Hall, 825 W. Irving Blvd., and the adjacent parking garage, repairs to the exterior walls of each building are required. Read on...
  10. Architectural rendering of the final aerial view of Williams Square Plaza with greenspaces.

    Update: Williams Square Plaza Reconstruction

    Work continues on Williams Square Plaza, 5205 N. O'Connor Blvd. The city is investing $7.8 million to improve plaza, adding visitor-friendly greenspace and upgrading the infrastructure supporting the iconic mustang sculpture. Read on...
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