Duties and Responsibilities
The city owns and manages various properties throughout the downtown area as well as the stadium site. These land-bank properties were acquired in order to spur new development in the Heritage Crossing Revitalization Initiative and the stadium site. City ownership of the stadium site adds to the real estate involvement for economic development in Irving.
Overall, the real estate staff also provides traditional services to city departments in:
- Securing land and property rights for municipal facilities
- Acquiring right-of-ways and easements for streets, drainage, water, and sewer systems
- Managing the abandonment and licensing of city right-of-way
For right-of-way user permits, please refer to the following links:
Management of city-owned leased property and management of over 2,000 acres of oil and gas assets is also handled by the real estate staff. Real Estate Services provides necessary acquisition and coordination services for implementation of Corridor Enhancement Projects, intergovernmental projects with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT Opens a New Window. ), Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART Opens a New Window. ), North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG Opens a New Window. ), and Dallas County Opens a New Window. .
Real Estate Services does not offer services for securing or selling personal real estate. The City of Irving does not provide personal real estate listings of for-sale properties. For more information, call (972) 721-4786.