Investing in Our Future

City staff works to construct and maintain a variety of infrastructure projects every day that help ensure residents receive the quality services they have grown to expect from the City of Irving.

Read more about the work being done around Irving:
Investing in our Future
  1. Construction crews lower a section of 48-inch fiberglass reinforced pipe into a trench.

    Water Utilities Evaluates Quality of Infrastructure System, Prepares for Future City Development

    Water is a fundamental resource that is necessary for survival. That is why the continuous supply of clean drinking water and the disposal of wastewater require vital infrastructure within the City of Irving. Read on...
  2. Workers prepare an area for water and wastewater improvements.

    Irving Improves Water, Wastewater Systems

    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. Read on...
  3. Mayor Rick Stopfer cuts the ribbon to open The Study: Irving Innovation Center.

    The Study: Irving's Innovation Center Opens

    The Study opened in Irving's former Central Library. It features co-working space, private meeting rooms and more. The goal of the facility is to help entrepreneurs and build business. Read on...
  4. Slide and playground equipment at Luzon Park, Irving, Texas.

    Improvements Planned for Luzon Park

    In this clip from ICTN’s "City Source," see what could be in store for Luzon Park in Irving. Read on...
  5. Heavy-duty equipment moves building materials to a work area at the Irving Music Factory.

    City Offers Tours of Irving Music Factory

    Teams with the City of Irving play a lot of important roles as construction on the Irving Music Factory advances. Watch to learn about what the city is doing to ensure work progresses on schedule. Read on...
  6. Embassy Channel, June 2017

    Brockbank, Embassy Channels Construction Update: June 2017

    The city's Capital Improvement Project Director Casey Tate provides City Council members with an update on the progress made on the Brockbank and Embassy drainage channels at the June 6, 2017 Work Session meeting. Read on...