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. Artist rendering of the remodeled Williams Square with trees, foliage and tables.

    Irving Invests in Revitalization of Iconic Williams Square Plaza, Mustangs of Las Colinas

    Williams Square Plaza, home to the iconic Mustangs of Las Colinas, will soon have a new, fresh look thanks to the City of Irving’s $7.8 million investment. Read on...
  2. Photo: A completed portion from 2013 of the Loop 12 project. Photo courtesy Zachary Corp.

    Irving Interchange Project To Provide Congestion Relief

    Texas Department of Transportation’s $301 million Irving Interchange project includes the reconstruction of interchanges at State Highway (SH) 183, SH 114, Loop 12 and Spur 482. Read on...
  3. Exterior of the new Fire Station 4 in Irving.

    Move-In Day Nears for New Fire Station No. 4

    Located at 800 Metker St. near Toler Lane, the more than 8,000-square-foot station sits on a 1.9-acre site and will house five firefighters: three on a pumper engine and two on an ambulance. Read on...
  4. Some of the new playground equipment designed for accessibility at West Park.

    Explore, Learn and Grow: New Playground at West Park Now Open

    Irving has a new place to play! An innovative playground has officially opened for children of varying ages, learning stages and physical abilities. Read on...
  5. Collage of the new amenities at the Georgia Farrow Rec Center - gym, game room, lockers.

    Georgia Farrow Recreation Center Updates Now Complete

    The City of Irving recently completed renovations on Georgia Farrow Recreation Center, 530 Davis Drive. The $3.359 million project began in fall 2019. Read on...
  6. A patched road that will be replaced in the Conflans Project water/wastewater improvement project.

    City's Water, Wastewater Improvement Project to Affect 132 Properties

    The $5.4 million Conflans, Huntingdon, Lincolnshire, Little John and Nottingham Water and Wastewater Improvements Project will maintain and extend water, wastewater and stormwater systems in the area. Read on...
  7. Artist rendering of the new DART Hidden Ridge Station at Carpenter Ranch.

    DART Riders Have a New Stop in Irving

    The new Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Hidden Ridge Station at Carpenter Ranch will welcome its first riders April 9. The station is situated on the Orange Line between the Dallas College North Lake Campus and Irving Convention Center stations. Read on...
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    Municipal Court Finds Solution to Hearings During COVID-19 Restrictions

    Irving Municipal Court not only was affected by the governor’s orders and local governments, but also were required to follow additional directives given by the Texas Supreme Court regarding COVID-19. Read on...
  9. Workers repair a water main break that occurred during the February 2021 winter storm.
  10. A slide at the newly renovated West Park.

    West Park Opens to the Public

    West Park, 530 Davis Drive, has opened to the public. Residents are invited to stop by and see all the improvements. The space was designed with the city's growing special needs children population in mind. Read on...
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