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Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has ordered individuals living within Dallas County to shelter at their place of residence through April 30, 2020. All non-essential businesses are required to cease activities at facilities within Dallas County and all public or private gatherings of any number of people outside of a single household are currently prohibited. Travel information, hospitality industry guidance, and the latest COVID-19 resources can be found at the link below...
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  • 801 W. Irving Blvd
  • Irving,TX 75060
  • (972) 721-4863

The former Irving Central Library building has been renamed to the Jack D. Huffman Community Building, honoring the work of former Irving City Manager Jack D. Huffman. The facility is currently home to The Study USA, Irving Archives and Museum and Irving Public Library administrative offices. About Jack D. Huffman: Huffman served as Irving City Manager from 1973-1993. During that time, the city underwent extensive growth. As city manager, he oversaw the repaving of Irving streets, highway extensions and a new wastewater trunk and water mains. Additionally, Huffman worked on large construction projects such as the Irving Central Library in 1986, the Irving Civic Center in 1976, the Irving Arts Center in 1985, and the Criminal Justice Center in 1992.