902 N. Doolittle Rd. Edinburg, TX 78542 (956) 292-7080

The Lobby is Temporarily Closed Until Further Notice. ----- Please reach us at (956 292-7080 or (956) 522-8095 during our regular business hours ----- COVID-19

Welcome To Hidalgo County Drainage District No. 1

2018 Drainage Bond Program Dashboard

An interactive website that provides general up-to-date information across the Hidalgo County to the 2018 Drainage Bond Program Projects.

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Lobby Temporarily Closed

We want to assure you that we are still here to assist you and you can reach us at

(956 292-7080 or (956) 522-8095

during our regular business hours

All Deliveries can be made at our District Shop 'Building D'

Shredding Operations Live Dashboard

The District is continuously working to maintain our drainage system.

We are very excited to annouce that on Febuary 26, 2020, the District Board of Directors approved the live launch of the new Shredder Operations Dashboard which lets you see mowing progress in your area!

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Dirt Surplus Locations Map

The Board of Directors on 5/07/19 approved additional fill dirt surplus.

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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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  • Region 15 Lower Rio Grande

    Live Video of the Regional Flood Planning Group Regional 15 Lower Rio Grande


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  • Hidalgo County- Article

    Hidalgo County awarded $50M for drainage projects.

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  • Hidalgo County- Article

    Texas GLO awards more than $135M in second round of flood migration grants.

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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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  • Hidalgo County- Article

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

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