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With over 10,000 local and multi-national companies plus the global headquarters of five Fortune 1000 corporations and 53 Fortune 500 companies, Irving is the second-largest employment center in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Even as Irving has grown economically, the city pays special attention to the informational and recreational needs of its residents and visitors. Venues such as The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory, the Irving Archives and Museum, the Jackie Townsell Bear Creek Heritage Center, the Ruth Paine House Museum, the Mustangs of Las Colinas Exhibit and the Heritage House offer tastes of history for every palette. Numerous parks, golf courses, and other green spaces encourage outside activities throughout the city. City leaders continue to pursue strong economic growth while remaining committed to providing Irving’s residents and visitors a great place to live, visit, work, and play.
Thriving Employment Centers
Spend less time commuting and more time enjoying your life with an abundance of incredible employers close to home.
Wellness & Recreation
Whether it’s a local family gym or a local sports team to root for, there’s never a dull moment.
With activities and spaces for the kids, there’s plenty here to enjoy with the whole family.
Perfect your swing and enjoy time outdoors at one of the local area golf courses.
Shopping & Dining
Shop for the perfect piece for your wardrobe or new home and enjoy a delicious meal with family.
Parks and Greenspaces
Explore the great outdoors with nearby walking trails, area parks, and city greenspaces.
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