Irving — long considered one of the country’s most diverse cities — is growing even more diverse, according to 2020 U.S. Census figures.

Over the past decade, Irving’s total population grew 18%, from 216,290 to 256,684. During that time, the largest influx was in people of color, particularly Asian residents.

Meanwhile, the number of white people in Irving fell roughly 38%, from 114,779 in 2010 to 71,138 in 2020. White residents now account for about one-quarter of the city’s overall population, according to the census. A decade ago, they accounted for more than half.

The city’s Asian population exploded by nearly 90%, from 30,359 in 2010 to 57,504 in 2020. Asians now account for roughly 22% of the city’s overall population, up from 14% in 2010.

member of the week IHT

Featured Investor

Our mission is to build the Armstrong family of companies into the industry’s dominating global supplier of moving, relocation, and logistics services.

Learn More >>

icc 2018 video screenshot

Welcome Home to Irving, Texas

Watch The Video >>

Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
5201 N. O'Connor Boulevard
Suite 100
Irving, TX 75039

214.217.8484 phone

Facebook circle white transparent Twitter circle white transparentLinkedIn circle white transparentInstagram circle white transparent

© Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
All Rights Reserved. All Logos and Brands used under
license from their respective owners

logo accreditedlogo hiring heroesCOY Finalist wh

Telly Award Bronze 2019 40thCommunications Grand Award white
TTagLR Gen OrigOnWht