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City of Irving News

Posted on: September 1, 2021

Irving Neighborhood Associations Foster Community Spirit

Children and adults decorate a driveway with chalk art during Irving's 2020 Chalk the Block event

Community. Neighbors. Friends.

Neighborhood associations build stronger neighbor relationships, advocate for positive change in the area and establish an organized voice in city government.

Currently, Irving has 73 registered neighborhood associations within its 67.9 square miles of land area. The City of Irving Communications Department’s Neighborhood Services provides tools and resources for Irving neighbors to network and stay connected with city news and important community information.

Benefits of Neighborhood Associations

Irving neighborhood associations foster community spirit by connecting their residents to discuss concerns, participate in localized neighborhood events and programs, and serve as a line of communication between neighbors and the City of Irving.

Additionally, registered associations can apply for a neighborhood grant of up to $1,750 annually that can be used for:

  • Beautification projects
  • Communication efforts
  • Physical improvements
  • Social events
  • Flags to participate in the annual Great Flag Caper initiative 

Start a Neighborhood Association

A neighborhood association is a volunteer-based group in a defined neighborhood boundary. To start a registered neighborhood association:

  • Establish a board of directors — president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.
  • Write neighborhood association bylaws for general rules and operations of the association.
  • Submit the registration form and bylaws to Neighborhood Services.

For registration questions and assistance, email

To view the neighborhood association registration form and association tips, visit

Additionally, residents can view an updated neighborhood association map online at

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