Irving is Open for Business June 1

Irving City Hall, 825 W. Irving Blvd., is open for regular operations.

Most Irving facilities have resumed regular operations with a few exceptions.

Effective June 1:

  • City facility access is open 100 percent, except the Heritage Senior Center, which remains at 75 percent capacity limit.
  • Face coverings are encouraged but not mandatory. However guests should continue to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines regarding COVID-19.
  • Social distancing for vaccinated individuals is no longer required. 
  • If you are feeling sick (cough, fever, nausea, runny nose, etc.), the City of Irving requests you do not enter a facility.
  • Temperature checks are available upon request when entering a facility, but are not required.   

View a full list of COVID-19 precautions at the City of Irving COVID-19 Health Resources page.

Note: Facility operations are subject to change.

Four slides outlining the rent, mortgage and homeless assistance programs for individuals.

Reopening Details

  • Irving Municipal Court will resume limited, in-person court proceedings beginning June 1. Contact the court directly for more information or to request an in-person hearing. Virtual hearing options will continue to be available, and online requests for a pretrial may now be made by visiting CityofIrving.org/330.
  • The Irving Parks and Recreation Department is experiencing a lifeguard shortage. Despite proactive recruitment efforts, aquatic facilities will open with reduced operation hours due to the limited number of staff. 
    • Outdoor inground pools at Lively Park, Lee Park and Senter Park, will not open for the summer season due to COVID-19 budget cuts. For details on aquatics facilities, visit CityofIrving.org/Aquatics.