Irving Mayor Rick Stopfer has renewed Irving's pledge to help support monarch butterfly migration by signing the National Wildlife Federation's Mayors' Monarch Pledge. The City of Irving has joined hundreds of cities across the U.S. in creating a more pollinator friendly community for the monarch butterfly. Read Mayor Stopfer's 2021 Monarch Pledge.
A new art exhibit in Irving explores a transformational period in U.S. history, World War I, and how the struggles of those days shape the country even today.
Renza Lewis moved to Irving in 2008, a few years after Hurricane Katrina forced to her flee her New Orleans home.
Trinity View Park was the site for Keep Irving Beautiful’s (KIB) annual spring cleanup event, the Don’t mess with Texas Trash-Off, part of the state’s signature event for the national Great American Cleanup initiative. On April 10, volunteers arrived early, according to the time they had chosen when they pre-registered. While the Trash-Off usually draws several hundred volunteers, this event was limited to the first 100 who signed up in order to observe social distancing guidelines. Sign-ins were staggered every 15 minutes, and after picking up supplies and receiving safety instructions, volunteers set out in small groups to collect litter and prevent it from reaching the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.
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