March 27, 2017: An Easter Egg-Stravaganza
Thousands of toy and candy-filled eggs, a petting zoo and other activities are planned for the Citywide Egg Hunt. Everyone is invited, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., April 8 at Heritage Park, 217 Main Street. Make sure you pack a camera, we’ll have a bunny there too. You’ll definitely want to get a picture.
March 3, 2017: Irving City Manager Recommends Jeff Spivey as Irving’s Next Chief of Police
Irving City Manager Chris Hillman announced today that he is recommending current Irving Assistant Police Chief Jeff Spivey as the new Irving Chief of Police. The recommendation is contingent on the Irving City Council’s confirmation during its regularly scheduled March 23 council meeting.
Feb. 27, 2017: Moody’s Investors Service, S&P Affirm/Upgrade Irving Bond Ratings
Moody’s Investors Service affirmed the City of Irving’s Aaa rating on its General Obligation Bonds, making Irving one in just seven Texas cities to receive a Aaa rating from Moody’s in this category. Irving has earned top ratings for its General Obligation Bonds from Moody’s every year since 1986.
Feb. 17, 2017: City of Irving Narrows Police Chief Search to Four Candidates
The City of Irving has identified four candidates of interest for the Irving Chief of Police position, vacated Dec. 30 when Chief Larry Boyd retired.
Feb. 16, 2017: North Texas Teen Book Festival – Bigger, Better than Ever
It’s that time of year again, the North Texas Teen Book Festival is back! March 3 and 4, more than 10,000 students, parents and educators are expected to pack the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas for the massive event.
Feb. 2, 2017: Irving’s Tudor Lane Transformation Earns National Recognition
The National Community Development Association (NCDA) has announced its decision to award the 2017 Audrey Nelson Community Development Award to the City of Irving, Texas for the redevelopment of Tudor Lane.
Jan. 4, 2017: Martin Luther King Jr. Observance
The City of Irving will celebrate the life and triumphs of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The annual observance of the humanitarian and civil rights leader’s legacy will feature a radio show tribute including the news, pop culture, politics, sports and history of the 1960s.