March 9, 2018: City of Irving to Host Minority/Women Owned Business Enterprise Vendor Workshop
The City of Irving will hold the Minority/Women Owned Business Enterprise vendor workshop March 29. The workshop will focus on developing a subcontracting relationship with prime contractors and vendors.
Feb. 19, 2018: Irving Library Book Launch Event Aimed at Helping Teens Handle Adversity
Teens today have faced times of darkness that can leave them feeling powerless or hopeless, and some well-known young adult authors have written an inspirational book to help them. The highly anticipated anthology, “Hope Nation, YA Authors Share Moments of Inspiration,” is a collection of 24 popular young adult authors’ personal essays that directly speak to these teens to embolden hope in adversity.
Jan. 22, 2018: Frost Fest Brings Snow to Irving
Pull on your jacket and boots, it’s time to enjoy some snow in Texas. Cimarron Park will transform into a snowy winter festival for the City of Irving’s annual Frost Fest.
Jan. 17, 2018: Bloomberg Philanthropies Selects Irving for Data Initiative
Irving Mayor Rick Stopfer today announced that Irving has been selected as one of five new cities to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ national What Works Cities initiative – one of the largest-ever philanthropic efforts to enhance the use of data and evidence in the public sector.
Jan. 17, 2018: Original Freedom Riders to be Honored with Theatrical Performance/Award
As part of Irving’s Martin Luther King Jr celebration, Irving Parks and Recreation and Irving Arts Center will present Freedom Riders, a new play with original songs and music produced by Mad River Theater Works.