Irving Boulevard Reconstruction Project

The City of Irving has initiated a downtown revitalization project to redesign a 1-mile section of Irving Boulevard that runs through the city’s historic Heritage Crossing District.

The project's goal calls for a transformation that will help draw people and businesses to this quaint and beautiful part of town, with the goal of evolving Heritage Crossing into a destination location. 

Final plans include reducing three vehicle lanes to two lanes along Irving Boulevard from Sowers Road to Strickland Plaza. The remaining right of way would be used for parallel parking, wider sidewalks, a bike lane and streetscape amenities. While construction is underway, the city will make additional improvements to the water, sewer and stormwater infrastructure along the road. This renovation project is one of many investments the city is making in the area.


Interested learning more and receiving updates on the project?  

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  2. Learn more about the Final Design by watching a short video recapping the commentary received in the Spring of 2020 and highlighting the streetscape vision, as well as the presentations of the final design..
Artist rendering of reconstructed Irving Boulevard with wider sidewalks and a bike lane.

Project Info

Status: Active
Phase: Design
Timeline: Early 2020 - Mid 2023
Location: Irving Boulevard, from Sowers Road to Strickland Plaza

Project Contact

Imelda Speck
(972) 721-2398

Project Documents