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Welcome To Hidalgo County Drainage District No. 1

Mission Statement

The mission of the Hidalgo County Drainage District No. 1 is to proactively manage the Hidalgo County Master Drainage System and allow for the efficient exportation of drainage water, to protect life and property for Hidalgo County residents, businesses and surrounding jurisdictions.

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Board of Directors

Each of our Board members has been extremely supportive of the work that we do, has expressed a vested interest in all that we do on a daily basis, and a passion for our organization. We could not successfully serve and engage in our mission if we did not have the leadership and support of our Board of Directors.

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Hidalgo County moving along with drainage bond projects


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Battery Thieves Hit Up Drainage Pumps in Mercedes


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Hidalgo Co. Improvements since June Floods Helped During Recent Storms


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Operation of Floodgates, Pumps in Hidalgo Co. Explained


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Donna Man Worries Drainage System not Working Properly will Destroy Mobile Home


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Several Projects Taking Place in Hidalgo Co. to Improve Drainage


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Public Notice - Raymondville Drain Project

Two Public Hearings will be held for the proposed project. The first Public Hearing will be held on June 11, 2019 in Hidalgo County at the Hidalgo County Precinct 4 Endowment Center, located at 107 North. Sunflower Rd., Edinburg, TX 78542.
The second Public Hearing will be held on June 12, 2019 in Willacy County at the Willacy County Safe Room, 10804 Business 77, Raymondville, TX 78580.

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KVEO 23 RGV - Hurricane Emergency Preparedness

WESLACO, Texas - Hidalgo County is long overdue for a hurricane. And the season is just around the corner.

In an effort to prepare the community for heavy storms, the county is hosting emergency preparedness fairs starting today through the end of June. Residents can receive valuable information and tools to be better prepared for an unexpected disaster.

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Dirt Surplus Locations

The Board of Directors approved on 5/07/19 the surplus of fill dirt on the following locations:

1. North Main Drain (between Freddy Gonzalez & Hidalgo County Irrigation District No. 1 main canal), approximately 25,983 CY

2. Mile 9 North & FM 1015 (2018 Bond Referendum-project# 24-pct 1 area), approximately 86,508 CY

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  • 2018 Drainage Bond Program

    The countywide projects would positively affect more than 69,000 structures in Hidalgo County, helping to protect more than $5.5 billion in assessed property values.

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  • Grand Opening - PC2 Indoor Sports Complex

    Just in time for the summer heat leaders in Hidalgo County are unveiling a new sports park. The grand opening for the county's indoor sports complex in Pharr was held on Wednesday May 1. Several leaders were in attendance including Pct. 2 Commissioner Eddie Cantu.

    The complex will provide indoor, air conditioned baseball and softball facilities to residents free of charge. "It'll benefit obviously the kids, coaches, and parents that are participating in baseball, softball, and they are able to register online," Cantu said. "And everyone is able to use the facility for free." The County has also hired a baseball coach to oversee the facility and offer free one-on-one hitting lessons.

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  • Grand Opening - Regional Detention Facility

    Hidalgo County Precinct 1 Commissioner David L. Fuentes joined by Drainage District 1 General Manager Raul E. Sesin and City of Weslaco Mayor David Suarez in breaking ground on a critical drainage project at 10 a.m. Wednesday on Mile 9 Road and FM 1015 in Weslaco.

    “This project was identified as one of the most important in order to facilitate drainage during flood events in Weslaco,” said Fuentes. “This couldn’t come at a better time as we prepare for Hurricane Season in June.” Funding for the project was included in the $190 million Drainage District bond approved by voters in November. The total project cost is estimated at $10.6 million and will begin with the construction of detention ponds for the Las Brisas and Chapa subdivisions and Onyx Drive neighborhoods, which were among the most impacted during the 500-year rain event in June 2018.

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  • Hidalgo County leaders break ground on drainage project

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  • Hidalgo County- Article

    Resolution in support of proposed House Bill will allow infrastructure for Drainage projects

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  • Ch. 4 - Hidalgo County Pct. 2 opens sports complex with baseball hitting stations

    The facility has 8 batting cages. 50 min slots. 50 minutes max per member per week.5 players minimum 50 min slot. 50 minutes max per member per week.Batting coach on site. Up to 3 members per 50 min slot. 50 minutes max per member per week. Minimum Age 8. To register multiple students, you must select Batting Coach 2, and Batting Coach 3 for each individual student.

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