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Posted on: July 26, 2022

City Implements Short-Term Rental Registration Program

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Whether it’s concerts at the Toyota Music Factory or prestigious golf tournaments at Las Colinas Country Club, Irving attracts visitors from around the world. 

A popular lodging option for many visitors is a short-term rental (STR) property, which...

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Register Now Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: July 20, 2022

Help Keep Dumpsters Clean


The city’s dumpster ordinance helps ensure dumpsters are properly maintained and well kept.

The top three dumpster violations are:

  • Overflow: Trash and debris can scatter or attract wildlife when dumpsters are overflowing or when items are left on t...
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Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: July 13, 2022

Reporting Parking Violations

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The City of Irving has two different departments that enforce parking ordinances depending on the type of violation. Learn which department to call based on the circumstances.

Code Enforcement

Examples of parking code violations on private property ...

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Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: March 4, 2022

Outside Storage Reminders for Residents

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Beautiful neighborhoods with well-kept homes contribute to the health and overall quality of life in Irving. The city's outside storage ordinance ensures that equipment, materials or furnishings that would ordinarily not be used outdoors are stored approp...

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Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: October 8, 2019

City of Irving Code Enforcement Q&As

Cars parked on both sides of a residential street.

Setting the record straight: Code Enforcement answers residents’ questions about rules and regulations regarding property maintenance.

Is the city responsible for maintaining alleyways in residential neighborhoods?

No. The property owner or reside...

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Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: June 4, 2019

High Grass and Weeds a Violation of City Code

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The City of Irving’s Code Enforcement Department reminds residents about high grass and weeds.

Grass and weeds more than 10 inches in height are a violation of city code. Grass and weeds must be mowed to the edge of the roadway, including any alleyways. Ed...

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Mowing Liens: Frequently Asked Questions Irving Code Enforcement Updates
Posted on: April 12, 2019

Improving Curb Appeal of Your Property


What is curb appeal? The visual attractiveness of a home from the street. How can property owners enhance the curb appeal of their homes and businesses for little to no money? The City of Irving's Code Enforcement department offers ideas:

  • Pick up litter, t...
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Irving Code Enforcement Updates