Irving, Texas is located in the county of Dallas. Irving was where the Dallas Cowboys used to play for nearly forty years until 2008. Irving is also host to a part of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. There are about 191,000 people in Irving, with a median income of about $44,956. Until November 2008, no alcohol was allowed to be sold in stores. It was what is called a "dry" city. The economy of Irving is bolstered by it being home to several large companies, including Chuck E. Cheese's, ExxonMobil, Kimberly-Clark, and the national headquarters of the Boy Scouts of America. Irving is part of a thirteen city public transit program that offers bus stops throughout the city. Various highways also run through the city. While you're in Irving, you should make sure to see the Mustangs of Las Colinas, a sculpture of nine mustangs galloping across a river, or take up golfing at one of the five 18 hole golf courses that the city offers within its limits. You might also want to see the local symphony orchestra, the ballet company or the community theatre. There is plenty to do and see in Irving, Texas. You can find more information about Irving by looking at the yellow pages online, or by looking at a Texas business directory.
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