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Posted on: July 13, 2021

A New Housing Plan

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The population of Irving is growing by about 3,000 residents each year, and the city adds about 1,000 new houses or apartment units every year to support that growth. But the newly added inventory is not keeping pace with demand, and rising prices make it...

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Planning and Zoning
Posted on: April 6, 2021

Help Guide the City's Housing Future

Tudor Lane - Homes Completed - 2013

The City of Irving continues the work to update its new Unified Development Code (UDC) to better serve this 21st century global community. The UDC consists of zoning and platting regulations. Irving residents, property owners and stakeholders are encourag...

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Take the Survey Planning and Zoning
Posted on: July 11, 2019

What is this Zoning District?

Aerial view of a city.

Public and private schools, religious institutions or houses of worship, and nonprofit cultural institutions, public utilities, government buildings and facilities are allowable in all zoning districts.


R-40, R-15, R-10, R-7.5, R-6: Single-Famil...

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Planning and Zoning
Posted on: July 12, 2019

Rewriting the Zoning Ordinance

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A Unified Development Ordinance?

It’s time to update the city’s development codes. The City of Irving’s zoning ordinance was written in 1964 and subdivision ordinance was adopted in 1990. Inspired by the vision set forth by th...

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Planning and Zoning
Posted on: June 25, 2019

How to Find a Property’s Zoning

Screenshot of the Interactive Map showing Irving.

First time using the city's Interactive Map? Use this step-by-step tutorial to find a property's zoning quickly.

  1. Visit the Interactive Map website. Users can also type into a browser to go there directly.
  2. If the GIS disclaimer sp...
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Download the iMAP Instructions Planning and Zoning
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 withi...

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