Reopened Parks and Recreation Facilities

Parks and Recreation Openings and Requirements

The Parks and Recreation Department has taken great care to build a safe plan for Irving residents this summer. Due to limited availability, scheduling and reduced capacities, city facilities are available to Irving residents only. When visiting recreation and aquatic facilities, patrons should bring water, hand sanitizer and hand wipes.

Residents must reserve a time for all recreation center. Once registered on ActiveNet, members can purchase an Irving Parks and Recreation (IPAR) membership card for $5 at the recreation centers. At this time, all guests must be an Irving resident to receive an IPAR card.

Mustang Park Recreation Center

Register online for Program/Time Slot at Recreation Centers

(972) 721-2501 | recinfo@cityofirving.org

Safety Measures

Irving facilities will follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines regarding COVID-19 health recommendationsIrving Parks and Recreation has implemented participant safety procedures, including:

  • Facility access is limited to reopened rooms and areas.
  • Face coverings must be worn at all times unless otherwise noted, and social distancing at least 6 feet must be observed at all times.  
  • If you are feeling sick (cough, fever, nausea, runny nose, etc.), Irving Parks and Recreation requests you do not enter a facility.
  • Staff will perform temperature checks on each participant as they arrive at a facility.   

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

For latest information and updates, visit Cityofirving.org/Parks or follow @IrvingParksandRec on Facebook. 

Please be advised that facility operations are subject to change.

  1. Athletics
  2. Aquatics
  3. Parks & Trails
  4. Recreation
  5. Meals Programs
  6. Remains Closed

ATHLETIC FIELDS TO OPEN WITH SAFETY RESTRICTIONS

The City of Irving Parks and Recreation Department will open athletic play for the Irving All Sports Association (IASA) Adult leagues in June, including athletic fields for practice rentals (Irving residents only), tournaments and adult league play. The IASA will be responsible for developing and administering protocols for group use of field space. You may register for any of the sports leagues by visiting the Athletics home page.

Additionally, CDC guidelines will be placed at the fields’ entrances and exits. Players agree not to participate if they exhibit any symptoms or exposure risks as listed by the CDC guidelines. Players using the fields are encouraged to use hand sanitizer and wear cloth face masks. All visitors should maintain proper social distance. 

Practice Field Rentals

UPDATE: At this time, field reservations are being accepted online only, and must be made eight days in advance. No phone reservations will be accepted.

Practice fields are limited and available for Irving residents only. Organizations that wish to host a tournament must provide the city athletic division with details of event logistics. Renters should follow the guidelines provided by CDC for social distancing.

Residents can request a field reservation using the online reservation system, ActiveNet.

In the event of a tournament, the city encourages visitors to follow these guidelines:

  • Patrons should stay in their vehicle or remain in the parking lot.
  • Coaches should modify participation numbers based on federal, state, and local orders.
  • Team drills should maintain players stay 6 feet apart and practice proper hand hygiene.
  • Visitors and players should wear masks and gloves during their practices.

Sports

  • Adult Softball — Trinity View Park (Softball Complex), 200 S. Wildwood
  • Adult Soccer — Trinity View Park, 2098 E. Sixth St.
  • Disc Golf — Fritz Park, 312 E. Vilbig | W.O. Harrington, 5350 Valley View Lane
  • Cricket Fields — Wyche Park, 2836 W. Pioneer Dr. | Mountain Creek Preserve, Nursery and Hunter and Ferrell Road | Trinity View Park, 2098 E. Sixth St.
  • Youth Basketball — For ages 3-15. Register through the Irving YMCA website.

Health and Safety Considerations

  • Players agree not to participate if they exhibit any symptoms or exposure risks as listed by CDC guidelines.
  • For the safety of park patrons, please bring water to the park.
  • Players are encouraged to bring/use hand sanitizer and to wear cloth face masks.
  • All must maintain proper social distance whether engaged, waiting or observing play in and around the sport complex.