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Irving's Public Wi-Fi in Parks Project Named Finalist in Smart Cities Awards

The City of Irving's initiative to bring Wi-Fi to public parks has been named a finalist in the seventh annual Smart Cities North America Awards by IDC Government Insights. The initiative aims to enhance connectivity and accessibility for residents, particularly in outdoor spaces.

The awards, organized by IDC Government Insights, highlight innovative projects from government agencies and educational institutions across various categories. Irving's public Wi-Fi in parks project has been selected as one of four finalists in the Digital Equity and Accessibility category.

Residents have the opportunity to support Irving's initiative by casting their votes online until Friday, March 8. The winners will be announced on Wednesday, March 27, with formal recognition taking place at the Smart Cities Connect conference scheduled for early May.

The Smart Cities awards aim to recognize and promote initiatives that utilize technology and innovation to improve the quality of life for residents while setting examples for the broader region.

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