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Tony Irvin joined the City of Garland as Street Director on June 5. Irvin brings more than 20 years of experience in public works and engineering, with most of this experience attained in the public sector. He has a broad range of experience including design, project and program management, and administration. Irvin has managed an array of project portfolios comprising drainage, alley, street and utility infrastructure, with a special focus on street transportation projects. He has delivered millions of dollars in capital investment for street improvement projects with various scopes of work, including street repair, street renewal and major street expansion. He has a track record of leveraging partnerships to successfully deliver projects. He most recently served as Superintendent in the Park Maintenance and Operations Division of the Park & Recreation Department for the City of Dallas. In this role, he oversaw citywide operations, comprising forestry, park rangers and business administration – functions vital to ensuring a safe and inviting experience for customers visiting the city’s 400 parks. Before joining the City of Dallas, he held leadership positions including Engineering Program Manager in Richardson, Assistant Director/City Engineer in DeSoto and various positions of increasing responsibility with Dallas County. Irvin is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a degree in civil engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Florida and is also a Certified Floodplain Manager.