Watch Council Meetings
Watch Irving City Council meetings. When not in session, ICTN2 replays recent public meetings to help residents stay up-to-date on city business.
Find out more about the City of Irving and how it works.
Funding for local government is obtained from many revenue sources, such as taxes, user fees, grants and other charges. Municipalities in Texas are required to not exceed the reasonable estimated cost of providing services. The City of Irving's Schedule of Fees reflects no more than the cost to the city for providing fee-based services such as adopting a pet, obtaining a building permit or renting a city facility.
Agendas and Minutes
Access City Council agendas and minutes.
Mayor and City Council
Find information about the Irving City Council and Mayor's Office.
Meet the elected officials of Irving.
Boards and Commissions
Explore information pertaining to the various Irving boards and commissions including agendas and minutes, members, meeting information, and more.
Open Records Request
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Ordinances and Codes
The City of Irving is committed to meeting the high standard of fiscal transparency by providing citizens with documents that show how revenues are budgeted and spent in a user-friendly way.
North Texas Earthquakes
Learn how the city is responding to the recent North Texas earthquakes.
Contact your city government.
Departments A - H
Access the departments that make up the Irving government.
Departments I - W
A Listing of City Departments, I - W
The City of Irving is working diligently to ensure residents, visitors and businesses are receiving community health updates as quickly as possible.
Vote in the 2023 Joint and Special Election on Saturday, May 6. Early voting runs April 24 to May 2.