Neighborhood Services assists the community in fostering engagement with the city and providing resources to enhance the quality of life in Irving neighborhoods.
- Encourages and assists with the organization of neighborhood associations.
- Supports existing neighborhood associations.
- Provides a weekly e-newsletter, Neighborhood News.
- Develops educational opportunities for neighborhood associations.
- Facilitates the Neighborhood Grant Program.
Neighborhood Association Grant Program
The Irving Neighborhood Grant Program encourages neighborhood leaders to implement projects that will foster a spirit of community.
The Fiscal Year 2022-23 Neighborhood Grant Program applications are now available through Aug. 19 on the city’s website at CityofIrving.org/Irving-Neighborhood-Grant-Program. Grant applications are reviewed, approved and awarded by a committee, subject to approval of funds by City Council.
Registered Irving neighborhood associations can apply for the grant of up to $1,750 annually that can be used for:
- Communications – newsletters, fliers, website, etc.
- Neighborhood Identity – street sign toppers, banners, etc.
- Physical Improvements – minor improvements of green spaces, tree planting, beautification projects.
- Special Event – National Night Out, Block Party, monthly meetings, neighborhood socials, etc.
- Flags to participate in the annual Great Flag Caper initiative.
Register a Neighborhood Association
View an interactive map of all registered neighborhood associations in Irving. To register a neighborhood association with the city, visit CityofIrving.org/Neighborhood-Services for the registration form and more information on the benefits for neighborhoods.
Start a Neighborhood Association
Community. Neighbors. Friends. Neighborhood associations build stronger neighbor relationships, advocate for positive change in the area and establish an organized voice in city government.
A city neighborhood association is a volunteer-based group of homeowners, renters, apartment dwellers and representatives from businesses, churches and schools in a defined neighborhood boundary. Visit CityofIrving.org/3946/Start-a-Neighborhood-Association for more information.