Irving is asking for feedback from residents as it develops a 20-year housing plan that will shape the city’s housing assistance programs, planning and zoning and investments into parks, libraries, streets and more.
The city will host two town halls, one in English and one in Spanish, both in-person and via Zoom, that will address housing availability, affordability and quality.
“What is the best residential fit and mix for Irving?” the city wrote on its website. “The city wants to meet its current housing needs, while ensuring its plans satisfy residents for the next several decades.”
Residents are also invited to complete a survey that seeks to gather data about the types of housing and assistance programs residents would prefer.
The town halls will be held at 7 p.m. March 23 for English speakers and 7 p.m. March 24 for Spanish speakers. Meetings will be at City Hall, 825 W. Irving Blvd., with virtual options also available. Residents can RSVP or request to speak at the meetings.
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