City of Irving Offers Grants to Revitalize Historic Downtown District

A new program is helping Irving’s downtown business owners improve their properties in an effort to enhance the city’s Heritage District.

Business and property owners can apply for grants to improve corridors, building facades and signs

If approved, applicants are eligible to receive $5,000 to $25,000 in reimbursements or up to 50% of the total cost, depending on the program and project.

Applicants must be owners or current tenants of existing buildings along Irving Boulevard or Second Street, from Sowers Road on the west to Strickland Plaza on the east, as well as connecting streets that run between these two roadways.

The city is working to make Heritage District a destination spot with public art, living, shopping, dining and recreation opportunities.

Read the full story at Dallas Morning News.