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Endowment Center feature in The Monitor

An 80-acre park and community center was formally dedicated this week for the communities of San Carlos and La Blanca.

The new state-of-the-art 6,000-square-foot multipurpose Endowment Center facility and Memorial Park has been in the works for several years. County Precinct 4 designed it as a place for residents in the surrounding communities of San Carlos, La Blanca, Edcouch, Elsa, Monte Alto and Hargill to gather for meetings and activities for all ages.

“We have a center that services a population base of more than 8,000 people in this area,” Precinct 4 Commissioner Joseph Palacios said. “That’s not in an incorporated area; there is no city services, no city hall. This is their place, this is their center.”
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Commissioner Palacios talks about road and drainage projects in the latest issue of County Press Magazine


The Mission of Precinct 4

Now in his second term as Hidalgo County Commissioner, Joseph Palacios has completed over 85 drainage and road projects. In fact, as part of his mission statement, Palacios offers the following on his county webpage: “Precinct 4 aims to enhance the quality of life of our community by building, maintaining and improving roads, bridges and drainage systems.” Taking it a step further, the Commissioner offers a link to his Road and Bridge Department, which includes the following:

Mobile Community with Efficient and Well-Maintained Roadways: Precinct 4 is evaluating current urban and rural roadways and strategically planning for future roadway projects and enhanced traffic flow that connect the mobility of communities more effectively. The precinct is charged with ensuring that all safety measures are taken with the traffic control department. The department takes preventive maintenance measures to increase the life span of rural roadways with ongoing overlay projects.

Palacios had all hands on deck to recently complete his Brushline Road project, partially funded by a Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone Grant.

The project was initiated to reduce traffic and increase emergency response east of Hidalgo County and created a new corridor running parallel to Expressway 281. The effort entailed construction of a 3.5 mile roadway adjacent to 281 to provide for an alternate route for traffic mobility and emergency services.

Feeding families in Pct. 4

THANK YOU @foodbankrgv for the opportunity to work as partners to bring food packages to families in Precinct 4! #PCT4WORKING4YOU

Brushline Road Project

We’re constructing 3.5m of roadway that’s adjacent to 281, providing an alternate route for traffic mobility & emergency services adjacent to 281,”JP
A new corridor along Brushline Road is projected to reduce traffic and increase emergency response.
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Hidalgo County Precinct 4 and Boys & Girls Clubs of Edinburg RGV

REGISTER TODAY! Hidalgo County Precinct 4 and Boys & Girls Clubs of Edinburg RGV invite you to register for the annual summer program. Visit our NEW community center where a representative will be present to assist you.
¡REGÍSTRESE HOY! El Condado de Hidalgo Precinto 4 y Clubs de Niños y Niñas de Edinburg RGV le invitan a inscribirse para el Programa de Verano del Centro Comunitario de este año. Visite nuestro NUEVO centro comunitario donde un representante estará presente para ayudarle.