Community Development and Housing

Due to Limited public access in City Hall:

• CDBG, ESG, and HOME Grant application due dates have been extended to April 10,2020

• The submittal of the Home Rehabilitation and Down Payment Assistance Program lien monitoring documents have been extended to June 1, 2020

• For questions concerning these and other Community Development programs, please call (972) 721-4800 before visiting City Hall

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    COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line Established

    As a result of the current state of emergency, the North Texas Behavioral Health Authority launched a dedicated COVID-19 mental health support line to provide trauma informed support and psychological first aid to those experiencing stress and anxiety. Read on...
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    Limited Access at City Hall; Due Dates Extended

    Lien monitoring and grant application due dates have been extended. Read on...
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    2020-21 Grant Applications Now Open

    The City of Irving is seeking applicants for the 2020-21 fiscal year to provide public services and affordable housing activities to Irving residents. Read On...
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    Housing Vouchers in the City of Irving

    Certain properties within the City of Irving accept Section 8 rental assistance vouchers, but the City of Irving does not administer a local program. Read on...
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    Downpayment Assistance Program

    The Downpayment Assistance Program helps qualified applicants purchase their first home. It is made possible by the Home Investment Partnership Grant (HOME) of the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Read on...
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    Grant Funds Administered Through Community Development

    The Community Development and Housing division administers three primary U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants. Read on...
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Homeless Count


Annually, volunteers from throughout the community go out to search and survey homeless people in Irving. This annual count and survey of the homeless population, held in concert with regional and national efforts, assists policy makers in the development of programs and services to help this vulnerable population. 

This annual event is could not be possible without the help of other organizations, such as Many Helping Hands.

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The City of Irving’s Community Development division (formerly Housing and Human Services Department) helps provide housing-related and social services to stabilize neighborhoods and to help reduce the effects of poverty on Irving residents through the U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development (HUD) funds.

Some of the responsibilities of the Community Development division include:

  • Manage the home restoration program.
  • Administer the down payment assistance program.
  • Help construct and rehabilitate affordable homes in the community.
  • Provide social services.
  • Provide homeless services.