Code Enforcement

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    Residents Reminded to Fight the Bite with the Four Ds

    The City of Irving takes mosquito control very seriously. If any of the city’s 57 traps test positive, Irving’s vector control technicians will spray at night. Read on...
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    City Implements Short-Term Rental Registration Program

    The Irving City Council recently adopted an ordinance requiring that short-term rentals operating within city limits be registered with the city by Oct. 1 to ensure the City of Irving can quickly contact owners when issues occur. Read on...
  4. No Watering Monday, Thursday, Friday.

    Residents Reminded of City Water Restrictions

    All residents and businesses are limited to irrigating only twice-per-week, according to scheduling for odd/even addresses. Read on...
  5. Help Keep Dumpsters Clean

    Violators of the city’s dumpster ordinance could face a fine. Leaving trash or other materials in the dumpster of a private business is illegal. Read on...
  6. Car parked illegally in yard.

    Reporting Parking Violations

    The City of Irving has two different departments that enforce parking ordinances depending on the type of violation. Learn which department to call based on the circumstances. Read on...
  7. Group of friends with sparklers at an outdoor evening party.

    Be a Good Neighbor: Abide by the Noise Ordinance

    The City of Irving Noise Ordinance prohibits noise that unreasonably disturbs the peace, quiet and comfort of neighbors in residential areas, including multifamily or single-family dwellings. Read on...
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    Outside Storage Reminders for Residents

    Residents play a key role in keeping the city clean and orderly. Help maintain the natural beauty of Irving neighborhoods by keeping your property free of illegal outside storage items. Read on...
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    Residents Asked to Step Up Alley Maintenance

    With more than 60 miles of improved and unimproved alleys across Irving, ongoing maintenance is imperative. While the city takes care of infrastructure and pavement repairs, residents and property owners are responsible for general upkeep of alleys. Read on...
  10. Cars parked on both sides of a residential street.

    City of Irving Code Enforcement Q&As

    Setting the record straight: Code Enforcement answers residents’ questions about rules and regulations regarding property maintenance. Read on...
  11. Person cutting grass with manual push mower.

    High Grass and Weeds a Violation of City Code

    Grass and weeds more than 10 inches in height are a violation of city code. Refusal to comply within seven days of a notice can result in a citation and the city bringing the property into compliance at the owner’s expense. Read on...
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    Improving Curb Appeal of Your Property

    There are plenty of free or low-cost ways to enhance curb appeal. The City of Irving's Code Enforcement department offers ideas. Read on...
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