The City of Irving is investing in improvements to the water and wastewater system. Some of these improvements involve repairing and replacing aging infrastructure. In other cases, the upgrades are because of business and residential growth.
Irving Numbers at a Glance
Irving operates and oversees:
- Nearly 1,500 miles of pipe with associated valves, fire hydrants and manholes.
- Approximately 48,000 water meters.
- Eleven wastewater pump stations.
- Four potable water pump stations.
- Nine elevated and 10 ground storage tanks.
- Two lake water pump stations and an intake structure at Jim Chapman (Cooper) Lake.
- The sale of more than 12 billion gallons of water each year.
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