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Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in Irving

In November, the average electricity rate in Irving was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of April, 2023

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About Irving Texas

History of Irving

J.O. Schulz and Otis Brown founded Irving in 1903. History has it that Washington Irving, an author, was the favorite of Netta Brown, thus the name of the townsite. Irving started in 1889 as a small area named Gorbit, and it was not until 1894 that its name changed to Kit. On April 14, 1914, Irving was incorporated, and Otis Brown became the first mayor. By the 19 th century, Irving became home to many churches, a blacksmith shop, two cotton gins, and a general store. In 1909, the town established the Lively and Kit school. However, population growth was not rapid since it could halt at times. As of 1925, Irving had 357 residents, but the population increased significantly in the 1930s.

In 2019, the entertainment district in Las Colinas was completed, and the Westin Irving Convention Center Hotel was opened. In this entertainment district, you will also find the Irving Convention Center and an entertainment complex named Toyota Music Factory, which features large restaurants Pavilion, and the Almo Drafthouse Cinema, to mention a few.

Irving Culture

The city owns the Irving Arts Center and is home to ten resident arts organizations. It could help if you knew that resident arts organizations provide cultural programs to the natives and other opportunities that help them participate in several creativity processes. Additionally, Irving City owns and operates four historic museums, including the Irving Archives Museum, which was opened in February 2020.

Landmarks in Irving, TX

  1. Irving Arts Center

    This center sits on a piece of land measuring 10 acres and caters to all ages in the community. It is also characterized by 91,500 square feet of visual and performing arts space, including a Main Gallery measuring 3,800 square feet. It could also help if you knew that the main gallery hosts more than 20 exhibits annually.

  2. The Mustangs of Las Colinas Sculpture

    This is a bronze sculpture by Robert Glen, decorating Williams Square at Las Colinas. The sculpture portrays nine mustangs running through a watercourse. Some fountains give the effect of splashed water by the animal's hooves. The work was installed in 1984 after its commission in 1976.

Tourist Attraction Sites in Irving, TX

  1. Heritage Park

    This is an amazing urban green area that is characterized by quaint structures. The park is adjacent to the Heritage Park Regional Library towards the Walnut and Yale Avenue corners. It is also near Irvine High School. The park was recognized for a long time because of its wooden water tower slide that stood on three stories. Unfortunately, the structure started decaying and was removed in the mid-2000s after its construction in 1976. It is located at 217 S Main St, Irving, 75060, TX, USA.

  2. Coppell Nature Park

    This 66-acre bird habitat and natural wildlife area are quite welcoming to kids mainly because of its trails passing over the creek. You are allowed to walk with your dog but ensure it is leashed to allow other visitors to cross the stream on pavers.