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. The front steps to Irving City Hall showing the recently renovated landscaping.

    City Hall Landscape Renovation Project Now Complete

    Construction on the project began in the summer and was completed in October. The upgrades to the exterior include landscape, irrigation, drainage, lighting and pavement. Read on...
  2. Architectural rendering of the new Central Fire Station design.

    New Central Fire Station Demolition, Construction Planning Underway

    The votes are in and the community has spoken. Irving residents selected option No. 3, which features limestone detailing and a dedicated Old Central Fire Station memorial structure. Read on...
  3. Swings designed for disabled children sit next to regular swings at West Park.

    Accessibility Woven into City’s Plans for Future

    As a government entity, Irving is required to meet the standards of Title II of the ADA, which took effect in 1992. Title II requires governments to provide public access to services, buildings and public activities in nearly every case. Read on...
  4. Vehicles at a stop light that just exited SH 183.

    City Launches Wrong-Way Driver Detection Program

    In July, Traffic and Transportation completed the installation of 20 intersection cameras aimed at keeping drivers safe while on the road. Read on...
  5. The roadway of MacArthur Boulevard, just north of Northgate Drive.

    Road to the Future Project Continues as City Looks Ahead to Phase 2

    Irving’s “Road to the Future: $100 Million in 5 Years” program is currently in its fifth year with city leaders planning the next phase of the ambitious, cross-departmental program. Read on...
  6. The original Central Fire Station and City Hall building in 2022.

    Red Doors in the Heart of Heritage

    Irving Fire Department rebuilding Central Fire Station by 2024. A public input meeting will be held Aug. 25 to discuss the design. Read on...
  7. Worker standing in manhole checks large capacity water meter.

    Water Utilities Expands Large Water Meter Testing Program

    With such a large water infrastructure network, the Irving Water Utilities Department is consistently seeking innovative technology to enhance delivery, improve billing accuracy and keep costs down for its customers. Read on...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. 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...
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