Irving Flood Control District III

Irving Flood Control District III Flood control in the Valley Ranch community of Irving, Texas Irving Flood Control District Section III (IFCD 3) is responsible for providing flood control facilities and operations and preserving the high quality of life provided in Valley Ranch.

The District’s efforts contribute to safeguards for people, properties and enhancements to the economic value of properties by constructing and maintaining canals, ponds and other natural water management facilities throughout the community. A publicly funded organization, IFCD 3 is led by a five-member board appointed by the Irving City Council. District board members are committed to serving their fellow residents of Valley Ranch in an efficient, effective and
transparent manner.

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Tomorrow is the International Day of Clean Air for blue skies. Internationally, folks are reflecting on ways to work tog...
09/06/2021
International Day of Clean Air for blue skies | United Nations

Tomorrow is the International Day of Clean Air for blue skies. Internationally, folks are reflecting on ways to work together to protect communities. How are you planning to reduce pollution in Valley Ranch to create #HealthyAirHealthyPlanet? Let us know! https://bit.ly/3z71q0W

Improving air quality can enhance climate change mitigation and that climate change mitigation efforts can improve air quality.

Ensuring that Valley Ranch remains beautiful and safe for years to come is a team effort. Organizations like @KIB_Irving...
08/26/2021
Keep Irving Beautiful | Irving, TX - Official Website

Ensuring that Valley Ranch remains beautiful and safe for years to come is a team effort. Organizations like @KIB_Irving not only promote the health of the community, but also educates about recycling and litter abatement. Learn more about their resources! https://www.cityofirving.org/284/Keep-Irving-Beautiful

Keep Irving Beautiful is a nonprofit, grassroots, leadership organization dedicated to educating our community about litter abatement, recycling, and beautification in order to help preserve the health and promote the social and economic prosperity of our city.

To keep up with IFCD3, you can find us on your favorite social media platform. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the...
08/24/2021

To keep up with IFCD3, you can find us on your favorite social media platform. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest!

To keep up with IFCD3, you can find us on your favorite social media platform. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest!

The District, Valley Ranch Associations and the City of Irving frequently team up to make the community a great place. I...
08/23/2021
Who handles what? — Irving Flood Control District 3

The District, Valley Ranch Associations and the City of Irving frequently team up to make the community a great place. In the latest WaterWays, you can learn more about what each of these three organizations do that connects with IFCD 3's mission. https://bit.ly/381rw9W

Who handles what? Some of the best things in life are what you don’t give much thought to when you use them. For example, fixing toast in the morning means grabbing two slices of bread, but all that concerns you is that the bread you need is in the pantry. You don’t have to think about wheat see...

#DidYouKnow that IFCD 3 maintains 5.5 miles of waterways that contain 730 acre-feet of water? Check out our fact sheet t...
08/09/2021
FACT SHEET — Irving Flood Control District 3

#DidYouKnow that IFCD 3 maintains 5.5 miles of waterways that contain 730 acre-feet of water? Check out our fact sheet to learn more about the work we do in the Valley Ranch community. https://www.ifcd3.org/fact-sheet

Irving Flood Control District III (IFCD 3) is responsible for preventing floods, and preserving the high quality of life provided in the Valley Ranch Community located in Irving, Texas. While providing an attractive setting for Valley Ranch, the hills and valleys of the area are such that some porti...

How you manage the waste and clippings after completing yard work impacts the local waterways. Are you looking for ways ...
07/26/2021
Summer yard work and flood control? — Irving Flood Control District 3

How you manage the waste and clippings after completing yard work impacts the local waterways. Are you looking for ways to keep water in your community safe while doing summer yard work? Check out our WaterWays blog for tips to help you make a difference.
https://www.ifcd3.org/waterways/2021/6/11/summer-yard-work-and-flood-control

Summer yard work and flood control? With all the rain we’ve received in Valley Ranch during the past several weeks, you might expect WaterWays to cover how much water moved through our system, the staff hours and the electricity it took to transfer rain from sidewalks, parking lots and streets out...

Are you on Twitter? Follow us for all the latest updates on your favorite platforms! https://twitter.com/IFCD3
07/23/2021
IFCD3 (@IFCD3) | Twitter

Are you on Twitter? Follow us for all the latest updates on your favorite platforms! https://twitter.com/IFCD3

The latest Tweets from IFCD3 (@IFCD3). Irving Flood Control District Section III (IFCD 3) is responsible for flood control facilities and operations in the Valley Ranch area of Irving, Texas. Irving, TX

There are so many local organizations that improve the Valley Ranch and greater #Irving community. Today we want to high...
07/21/2021

There are so many local organizations that improve the Valley Ranch and greater #Irving community. Today we want to highlight Keep Irving Beautiful for their work in involving residents in education and beautification efforts that keep our community prosperous.

There are so many local organizations that improve the Valley Ranch and greater #Irving community. Today we want to highlight Keep Irving Beautiful for their work in involving residents in education and beautification efforts that keep our community prosperous.

07/19/2021

As part of our partnership with the Valley Ranch Association, a VRA board member attends IFCD 3 board meetings to keep residents updated on community developments. Thank you to the VRA for collaborating with us to ensure that residents are informed on key topics!

Happy Independence Day to our residents and followers! Do you have any fun plans to celebrate with family and friends? L...
07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day to our residents and followers! Do you have any fun plans to celebrate with family and friends? Let us know!

Happy Independence Day to our residents and followers! Do you have any fun plans to celebrate with family and friends? Let us know!

June is a peak month for tornadoes in Texas. Check out these resources to stay informed this #tornadoseason https://gov....
06/28/2021
Texas Hurricane Center

June is a peak month for tornadoes in Texas. Check out these resources to stay informed this #tornadoseason
https://gov.texas.gov/hurricane

When severe weather threatens, remain vigilant and closely monitor weather conditions. Heed all local orders, and take shelter as directed.

The average household uses more electricity  in the summer than throughout the year, which means higher bills! Electrici...
06/25/2021
Electricity - We pay that bill like you! — Irving Flood Control District 3

The average household uses more electricity in the summer than throughout the year, which means higher bills! Electricity powers all that we do so we've implemented key tips to keep our bill as low as possible.

Check out this WaterWays blog to see how: https://bit.ly/3yZXRdk

Electricity - We pay that bill like you! The first of the month brings new opportunity, renewed energy and everyone’s ‘favorite’ — bills. Just about everybody pays bills to keep everything running as it should. That’s true for IFCD 3. Each month, we pay phone, internet, waste and electrici...

06/21/2021

It's officially #summer, which means days are longer and the sun is shining! What are you looking forward to this summer? ☀️

IFCD3 and Texas Parks and Wildlife worked together to assess the Valley Ranch waterways wildlife. In our latest WaterWay...
06/17/2021
Wildlife and Water Ways — Irving Flood Control District 3

IFCD3 and Texas Parks and Wildlife worked together to assess the Valley Ranch waterways wildlife. In our latest WaterWays blog we share more about our key findings and the local turtle and duckling population.

https://www.ifcd3.org/waterways/2021/6/17/wildlife-and-water-ways

Wildlife and Water Ways Looking out across the neighborhoods, retail centers and business areas of Valley Ranch, it’s hard to envision a time in which our part of Irving looked dramatically different. Last fall, we kicked off the second year of IFCD 3’s WaterWays blog with a historic snapshot of...

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!
06/14/2021

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!

We're again hosting our monthly board meeting next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda and the link on our website -- ...
06/11/2021

We're again hosting our monthly board meeting next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda and the link on our website -- we're looking forward to 'seeing' you there! https://www.ifcd3.org/upcoming-meetings

We're again hosting our monthly board meeting next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda and the link on our website -- we're looking forward to 'seeing' you there! https://www.ifcd3.org/upcoming-meetings

It's important that as a community, we work together to protect our environment! Check out last week's #WorldEnvironment...
06/09/2021
Science With Samantha: World Environment Day

It's important that as a community, we work together to protect our environment! Check out last week's #WorldEnvironmentDay clip of Science with Samantha Davies NBC5 to learn more about how you can reduce your household waste!
https://www.nbcdfw.com/weather/weather-connection/science-with-samantha-world-environment-day/2647301/

June 5 is World Environment Day. NBC 5 Weather Expert Samantha Davies catches up with Xavier Josephs a science teacher at Uplift Academy in Dallas who shares ideas aimed at helping you reduce the amount of waste you create.

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!
05/17/2021

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!

We're looking forward to seeing you at our monthly board meeting tonight at 6:30 via Zoom!

Our next monthly meeting will be hosted next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda on our website, we're looking forward...
05/14/2021

Our next monthly meeting will be hosted next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda on our website, we're looking forward to 'seeing' you there! https://t.co/WoX8aoazsE?amp=1

Our next monthly meeting will be hosted next Monday via Zoom. Check out the agenda on our website, we're looking forward to 'seeing' you there! https://t.co/WoX8aoazsE?amp=1

Electricity can be one of our greatest outside expenses during months of high flood control activity. Check out our late...
05/13/2021
Electricity - We pay that bill like you! — Irving Flood Control District 3

Electricity can be one of our greatest outside expenses during months of high flood control activity. Check out our latest WaterWays post to read more about how we strategically use electricity to power our operations!

https://www.ifcd3.org/waterways-1/2021/4/28/electricity-we-pay-that-bill-like-you-be2xg

Electricity - We pay that bill like you! The first of the month brings new opportunity, renewed energy and everyone’s ‘favorite’ — bills. Just about everybody pays bills to keep everything running as it should. That’s true for IFCD 3. Each month, we pay phone, internet, waste and electrici...

Our IFCD3 team works behind-the-scenes to monitor and manage the Valley Ranch waterways. Check out our latest WaterWays ...
05/04/2021
The People Behind the Program — Irving Flood Control District 3

Our IFCD3 team works behind-the-scenes to monitor and manage the Valley Ranch waterways. Check out our latest WaterWays blog to learn more about the people who keep us operating!

https://www.ifcd3.org/waterways-1/2021/4/28/the-people-behind-the-program

The People Behind the Program The decades-long relationship between IFCD 3 and Dallas County Utility and Reclamation District (DCURD) ensures that Valley Ranch residents receive innovative and economic flood control solutions. The core team — which was developed through this pairing in 2008 — wo...

What happens when it rains in Valley Ranch? Where does the water go? These and other answers about how flood control in ...
04/26/2021

What happens when it rains in Valley Ranch? Where does the water go? These and other answers about how flood control in our community work are answered on our website, check it out! https://bit.ly/3mwuaus

What happens when it rains in Valley Ranch? Where does the water go? These and other answers about how flood control in our community work are answered on our website, check it out! https://bit.ly/3mwuaus

Your local flood control district is also on Twitter-- follow us on all platforms for weather and flood control updates!...
04/22/2021
IFCD3 (@IFCD3) | Twitter

Your local flood control district is also on Twitter-- follow us on all platforms for weather and flood control updates!
https://twitter.com/IFCD3

The latest Tweets from IFCD3 (@IFCD3). Irving Flood Control District Section III (IFCD 3) is responsible for flood control facilities and operations in the Valley Ranch area of Irving, Texas. Irving, TX

Students at @CRECoyotes and @ValleyRanchElem wowed us with their STEM and flood control knowledge this year! Check out o...
04/20/2021
And the winner is… — Irving Flood Control District 3

Students at @CRECoyotes and @ValleyRanchElem wowed us with their STEM and flood control knowledge this year! Check out our latest WaterWays blog to read more about these student's projects and the winner 🏆 https://bit.ly/39PH0Pu

And the winner is… Valley Ranch students benefit from robust STEM and flood control education because they apply the concepts they learn in their math and science courses to real-world scenarios. This early exposure to STEM education introduces these bright, young minds to unique career opportunit...

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