Stay Informed With the City of Irving

The City of Irving aims to keep residents and visitors informed of the latest news, events, programs and City Council meetings. The city offers numerous outlets for community engagement, including “City Spectrum,” Irving’s monthly resident newsletter, and Irving Community Television Network (ICTN), as well as several social media channels. The city’s publications and communications tools include:

City of Irving Website

The city’s website,, is home to detailed information about the city and its services. Review job opportunities, locate a park or city building, pay a utility bill, participate in public input opportunities or watch a video on demand. There is plenty to explore at, the No. 1 resource for frequently updated city news and information.

City Spectrum

This award-winning monthly publication is mailed to all Irving residential postal customers and provides information on upcoming events and important, timely news.

City Spectrum Briefs

City of Irving water customers receive this single-page publication every month with their utility bills. The insert provides information from various departments in an easy-to-read format.

City Spectrum | The monthly publication for residents of Irving, Texas

City Spectrum Digital

Information on city events is distributed through the City Spectrum Digital. To subscribe to the email list, visit


Learn about the latest news and services, watch videos, and see pictures of the people and places that make Irving a great place to live, work and play. Visit and “Like” the page.


View snapshots of events in and around the community on Irving’s newest social network. Follow Irving at

Irving Community Television Network (ICTN)

Residents who want to stay informed about current news and events can watch shows and live coverage provided by the award-winning ICTN.

Watch the following ways:

AT&T U-verseChannel 99Channel 99Channel 99
Time WarnerChannel 16Channel 95Channel 96
FrontierChannel 30Channel 31Channel 32

ICTN on Demand

Website visitors can view recordings of City Council meetings and enjoy special programming 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Council meetings are coordinated with paper agendas, which allows viewers to select a specific agenda item of interest without having to watch or fast-forward through the entire video. Visit


To stream updates and join the conversation on the latest @thecityofirving events, news and announcements, follow the City of Irving at


Enjoy ICTN-produced shows and special online-only videos by visiting