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. Lively-Playground-Rendering

    City Approves Playground Construction at Johnston, Lively Elementary Schools

    The City of Irving Capital Improvement Program (CIP) will install new replacement playgrounds at Johnston and Lively elementary schools. Read on...
  2. Runners along North Campion Trail in Irving, Texas.

    Campion Trail Expansion Update

    Irving's Campion Trail is the focus of a lot of work and planning. A connection to Coppell's trail system is just months away from opening. In the longer term, leaders are also looking at ideas to connect the north and south sections of the Campion Trail. Read on...
  3. Irving Golf Club Progress

    In this clip from ICTN's "City Source," see the progress at Irving's municipal golf course. It is scheduled to open later this year with a new name, new layout and more. Read on...
  4. Senter-Park-Rec-Center

    Senter Park Recreation Center to Receive Interior, Exterior Improvements Through CDBG Funds

    Senter Park Recreation Center, the city’s oldest, largest and most frequented recreation center, has been operational since 1954. Throughout its lifespan, the facility, which is located at 901 S. Senter Road, has seen renovations in the 1970s and 1990s. Read on...
  5. Twin-Wells-Golf-Course

    City Hoping for ‘Hole in One’ with Newly Renovated Golf Course

    The City of Irving is getting close to completing the former Twin Wells golf course. When the course reopens later this year, residents can expect a new name, a newly organized course and a number of other upgrades. Read on...
  6. The recently remodeled Luzon Park was rededicated in June 2018.

    Luzon Park Reopens With All-New Features

    One of Irving's oldest parks now has the newest features. The City of Irving invested about $385,000 for a new playground, shade structure, sidewalks and lighting. Read on...