News

  1. It's a Bug's Life

    Join the Think Green Team Oct. 26 at West Irving Library to learn about the insects found locally in your neighborhood and the diversity right outside your door. Read on...
  2. Pollution Prevention: Only Rain Down the Drain

    In order to keep the creeks and rivers flowing clean and clear, the only thing that belongs in the storm drain is rain. Blowing or dumping yard waste into a nearby storm drain can have a catastrophic effect on both water quality and quantity. Read on...
  3. Trash, Recycle Bag Prices Increase

    Effective Oct. 1, the price of trash and recycling bags sold by the City of Irving will increase due to higher production costs. The price increases are a result of increasing resin costs from the material supplier of the city’s bag vendor. Read on...
  4. Time-of-Day Water Conservation Runs Through Oct. 31

    The city enforces time-of-day irrigation restrictions, which make it a violation of city ordinance to water between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. from April 1 through Oct. 31. Read on...
  5. Learn How to Toss Like a Boss

    Irving Solid Waste Services Director Travis Switzer discusses the city's recycling program. Read on...
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