Interested in serving on a board, committee or a commission? Visit CityofIrving.org/Board-Application to submit an application or pick up one from the City Secretary’s Office at City Hall, 825 W. Irving Blvd. Deadline to apply for November appointments is Friday, Sept. 22.
For more information, call (972) 721-2493. Board descriptions are below.
Purpose: To serve as a contact and voice of residents to city council, to review and discuss matters referred to the committee by council and the city manager, and to provide recommendations on matters pertaining to disabilities.
Purpose: To advise the Animal Services Department regarding issues pertaining to animal care and welfare, animal rescue, standards for animal shelters, training of personnel, and any other issues that may be required by applicable law.
Purpose: To serve the residents of Irving and attract visitors through the support and development of artistic opportunities, by acquiring, maintaining and operating art facilities, by providing support to organizations and individuals who provide arts programming, and by providing direct programming.
Purpose: To offer vision, advice and the community perspective to the city council in matters concerning community health and related public policy.
Purpose: To hear and determine cases concerning alleged violations of ordinances for the preservation of public safety, relating to the materials or methods used to construct a building or improvements.
Purpose: To hear and decide appeals of orders, decisions, or determinations made by the building official or fire chief.
Purpose: Market Irving as a premier travel destination, enhancing the community’s economy and quality of life. The board of directors makes recommendations to the city council about convention facilities, assists with attracting visitors to the city, and hires the executive director.
Purpose: To act as a contact and a voice of residents of the City of Irving to the city council, and to review and discuss matters referred to the board by the city council, city staff, and board members on actions that concern the environment in the City of Irving.
Purpose: Assist Irving’s low- and moderate-income residents in achieving an improved quality of life by providing affordable housing and a broad range of social services through innovative programs and community partnerships.
Purpose: To advise the city council and the director on matters pertaining to the operation of the library system, and recommend policies for both the maintenance and improvement of library services.
Purpose: To collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit the material culture and the heritage of Irving and the surrounding area.
Purpose: To act in an advisory capacity to the city council and the director in all matters pertaining to parks and recreation.
Purpose: To hear, recommend or determine matters relating to zoning, planning or subdivision control as specified or required under ordinance, the city charteror the laws of the State of Texas.
Purpose: To enhance the tax base of the city; preserve the value of the existing developments; and promote new development.
Purpose: To develop an alliance among the youth, youth serving agencies, city government, schools and the community to secure for all children and youth the highest advantage in physical, mental, social and moral development.
Purpose: To hear and decide appeals and special exception to the city ordinance.
Note: Times and dates of meetings are subject to change.
To confirm meeting dates, times or locations, visit CityofIrving.org/City-Secretary and select “Boards and Commissions.”