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First Friday Date Night is now First Friday Takeout

Takeout Meals Graphic for First Friday Meals Campaign

Picture it; a romantic candle lit dinner while binge-watching a new show. First Friday Date Night is now First Friday Takeout! Irving residents adhering to Dallas County’s order to shelter-in-place are encouraged to support Irving restaurants by ordering takeout every first Friday of the month. Support a hometown favorite or give a new place a try.

Most restaurants are offering curbside pickup or delivery options. Residents also can use meal service apps like Uber Eats, Favor or Door Dash.

View Irving restaurants offering takeout and delivery services.

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    City of Irving Closures, Cancellations, But Open for Business

    The City of Irving has cancelled specific city-sponsored events and activities with 10 or greater participants, as well as closed facilities and public areas in response to the coronavirus pandemic. However, the city remains open for business. Read on...
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    Stay Home, Stay Safe: A Message From Irving Mayor Rick Stopfer

    Irving Mayor Rick Stopfer talks about enjoying the out-of-doors and Irving's numerous open parks and trails during the Safer at Home order from Dallas County. Read on...
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    Goodwill Accepting PPE Donations for Area Hospitals, DCHHS

    Goodwill has partnered with DCHHS, Methodist Health System, and Parkland Health and Hospital System to collect critically needed personal protective equipment, including homemade masks. The drive continues through Thursday, April 30. Read on...
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    State Extends Deadlines for Vehicle Titling, Registration, Handicapped Parking Placards

    The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV), working with Governor Greg Abbott and stakeholders, temporarily is waiving certain requirements for vehicle registration, vehicle titling and disabled parking placards. Read on...
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    IISD Tax Office Closed for In-Person Transactions

    Beginning April 6, the Irving ISD Tax Office is closed for in-person transactions until further notice. Read on...
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    Dallas County Reports 97 More Postive COVID-19 Cases

    As of 10 a.m. April 5, Dallas County Health and Human Services is report 97 additional positive cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the total case count in Dallas County to 1,112. Read on...
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    Dallas County Extends Safer at Home Order through April 30

    The Dallas County Commissioner's Court extended the Safer at Home Order through April 30, which was put in place by Judge Clay Jenkins in March. Read on...
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    Roar 4 Change Delivers Free Food for Irving Seniors

    The Roar 4 Change Support Our Seniors (SOS) program offers free grocery delivery for seniors in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Read on...
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    Residential, Commercial Construction Guidelines

    The City of Irving’s Inspections Department is still performing plan reviews, permit processing and inspections. Read on...
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    Atmos Energy: Take Measures to Avoid Increased Scam Activity

    Atmos Energy reminds customers to be especially aware of scammers who are posing as public utility representatives. Read on...
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    State of Texas Publishes COVID-19 Business Resources

    The State of Texas recently published updates regarding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and related assistance regarding COVID-19 for small businesses. Read on...
  12. Communities Foundation of Texas logo

    Dallas County, Communities Foundation of Texas Announce COVID-19 Response Fund

    The fund was established to provide Dallas County frontline responders with the resources necessary to directly combat the spread of the virus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). Read on...
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    State COVID-19 Materials Now Available in American Sign Language

    The Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities and the Office of the Governor have made emergency communications available in American Sign Language (ASL) Read on...
  14. Seal of the Governor of Texas

    Governor, Attorney General Provide Joint Guidance for Houses of Worship

    Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton? issued joint guidance April 1 regarding the effect of Executive Order GA 14 on religious services conducted in congregations and houses of worship. Read on...
  15. Apartment Association of Greater Dallas logo

    Rental Association Offers Renter Assistance Resources During Disaster

    The Apartment Association of Greater Dallas (AAGD) and its members has created rental assistance resources for Dallas County residents to help them during the COVID-19 disaster. Read on...
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    City Establishes Email, Hotline for COVID-19 Questions

    The City of Irving has established dedicated lines of communication for residents and visitors with COVID-19 questions related directly to city services and operations. Read on...
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    Essential Businesses Open During Dallas County's Shelter in Place Order

    The Dallas County issued a shelter-in-place order effective March 23 through April 3 for all county residents. The order recommends individuals remain in their home during this time, except for “essential activities, businesses and work related travel.” Read on...
  18. Seal of the Governor of Texas

    Governor Issues Executive Order Implementing Essential Services, Activities Protocols

    Governor Abbott issued Executive Order 14 on March 31, which directs all Texans to minimize non-essential gatherings and in-person contact with people who are not in the same household. It also renews and amends social distancing guidelines for COVID-19. Read on...
  19. Mustang Mulch - bags are available at the Hunter Ferrell Landfill, Irving, TX

    Mustang Mulch Giveaway Canceled Due to COVID-19 Disaster

    Due to the current novel coronavirus pandemic and shelter-in-place orders, Solid Waste Services (SWS) has canceled its annual giveaway of Mustang Mulch to limit contact between the public and SWS staff. Read on...
  20. Seal of the Governor of Texas

    Self-Quarantine Exemption Form for Travel Available Online

    The Texas Division of Emergency Management will determine, on a case-by-case basis, whether the self-quarantine order applies to individuals traveling. Read on...
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