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. Heavy-duty container delivery truck

    $8.2 Million Approved for Fleet Operations Vehicles, Equipment

    The Irving City Council unanimously approved an adjustment to the Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget for funding of vehicles and equipment. Read on...
  2. Artist rendering of Irving Boulevard/Britain Street intersection with traffic and pedestrians.

    May 10, 2022, Stakeholder Meeting Update

    For stakeholders unable to attend the monthly Irving Boulevard Reconstruction meetings, the City of Irving provides updates online to stay on top of the latest news. Read on...
  3. Restored Mustangs of Las Colinas sculpture in the renovated Williams Square Plaza.

    City Revitalizes Williams Square Plaza, Iconic Mustangs of Las Colinas

    The newly renovated Williams Square Plaza featuring the iconic Mustangs of Las Colinas reopened after being under construction for the past year. The event debuted Irving’s $7.8 million investment to revitalize Williams Square Plaza and the sculpture. Read on...
  4. Artist rendering of the finished Irving Boulevard, with a bike lane and wider sidewalks.

    April 12, 2022, Stakeholder Meeting Update

    For stakeholders unable to attend the monthly Irving Boulevard Reconstruction meetings, the City of Irving provides updates online to stay on top of the latest news. Read on...
  5. A crew places fresh asphalt on Rock Island Road.

    Summer Overlay Project Kicks Off

    Irving Traffic and Transportation Department’s Streets Division will begin Year Five of the Road to the Future Summer Overlay Project, with improvements scheduled on 21 roadways across the city. Read on...
  6. Family of late Ramiro Lopez at the unveiling of &#34Ramiro Lopez Way&#34 street sign.

    Irving Unveils ‘Ramiro Lopez Way’

    The City of Irving honored former Assistant City Manager Ramiro Lopez with a street sign at the entrance to Briery Yard. Read on...
  7. Lower Delaware Creek channel walls rebuilt at Grauwyler Road.

    Delaware Creek Drainage Update

    Phase four of the infrastructure upgrade in the final stages of completion. Read on...
  8. Crews move the Williams Square sign to a new location using a crane.

    Williams Square Plaza Sign Moved into Place

    The move gives the sign a more high-profile location, and easier access for people wanting to read inscriptions on the back. Read on...
  9. Fields and paths in Wyche Park, Irving.

    Excavation Work to Begin on Wyche Park Detention Basin

    Excavation will begin in March on a short-term project to lower the bottom of the detention pond by nearly 2 feet. The $525,000 project will decrease the likelihood of a flood risk for seven homes in the area. Read on...
  10. Artist rendering of the proposed new Carbon Road Pump Station.

    Design Underway on Carbon Road Pump Station Project

    The facility at Belt Line and Carbon roads is currently under design in order to increase its pumping capacity from 25 million to 33 million gallons of water per day. Read on...
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