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About Irving, Texas

Location and service. That’s what sets Irving, Texas apart. In the center of the U.S. and the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, Irving is just minutes from DFW Airport and can be reached non-stop from every major city in North America. Here you'll find luxury, full-service, extended-stay and limited-service accommodations, with something to fit every taste and budget.

City-wide there are more than 200,000 square-feet of meeting space, while the Irving Convention Center brings a column-free exhibit hall, elegant ballrooms, break-out rooms and spacious pre-function areas with views of the Dallas and Las Colinas skyline. Irving is perfect for meetings, but also provides easy access to exceptional entertainment when the sun goes down, including a variety of options for dining and attractions - all just moments away.

Posts from April 2013

IRVING, Texas (April 25, 2013)... This month, pedal boat rides were added to the mix of things to do on Mandalay Canal and Lake Carolyn located in the heart of Las Colinas in Irving. More than 200 residents and visitors showed up during Pedal Boat Open House weekend on April 12 - 14.

Single-seater and (up to) three-passenger propeller driven pedal boats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not accepted. Operating days are Friday - Sunday only and hours vary. Rates are $10 plus tax per ½ hour for adults (ages 13

IRVING, Texas (April 22, 2013)... High spirited in everything they do, Irving's most recent award recipients, Kass Prince and Craig Boleman, have logged more volunteer hours combined since venturing to Irving in 1998 than most do in a lifetime. Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne and the Irving City Council officially named the couple High Spirited Citizens on Thursday, April 18, in recognition of their unmatched passion and diligence to make the Irving community thrive.

Prince was recruited to Irving by Arts Center Executive Director Richard Huff to