🚧🚧Upcoming closures for I-2 / I-69C Interchange Project in Pharr and McAllen. Drivers are reminded to stay alert and slowdown in roadwork zones, to be aware of lane closures and alternate routes, and to follow all traffic control updates.🚧🚧 ... See MoreSee Less
Attention!! The Parks and Rec department will be giving away FREE tickets TODAY for our TRAIL OF TERROR! Tickets will be available for pick-up until 2:00 pm.Parks and Rec Office on 1011 W Kelly Ave. Contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (956) 402-4550 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
Ghouls, Goblins, and Ghosts are here in Pharr! Next week is Halloween and thanks to everyone in the community, the Trail of Terror has been an absolute hit! The Trail of Terror will be open the entire week leading up to Halloween, starting on Monday, October 25th. To help make sure everyone gets to experience the Trail of Terror, the Pharr Parks and Recreation Department will be distributing FREE tickets tomorrow Saturday, October 23rd at 10AM at 1011 W. Kelly Ave. They will be given at a first come, first serve basis with those receiving tickets able to select their day for attendance. Please remember that these tickets are FREE and to be wary of those who may be trying to sell them as a third-party. Expect the wait lines to be longer than usual as you pick up your tickets and thank you to everyone who has continued to support the Pharr Parks and Recreation Trail of Terror, we can't wait to see you next week! ... See MoreSee Less
The City of Pharr EMS and the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council will be hosting a “Stop the Bleed” campaign this Thursday, October 7th, from 7PM to 8:30PM at Pharr EMS Headquarters. To register, visit http://pharr.jotform.com/212736519543055 or scan the QR-code below.
The Pharr Public Works Department acknowledges the hard work that these girls from Girl Scout Troop #3100 did this weekend to #KeepPharrBeautiful. Reminder to groups of 10 or less who want to participate, contact our PW at (956) 402-4350 for info. #KTBFallSweep #pharrfallsweep
The City of Pharr Parks & Rec Department is looking for Volunteer Coaches for the upcoming volleyball season. If you are interested in giving back to your community through the sport of volleyball, we invite you to contact the Parks & Rec department at (956) 402-4550.