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Due to Coronavirus cases on Hidalgo County, a variety of changes had to be implemented through orders from the City’s Mayor Richard Molina. These changes highly urge citizens to stay home if there is no need to go outside,put a curfew in place, and has been had to shut down a variety of locations for the safety of our citizens.

This means that a variety of resources will be limited due to the situation, but the City of Edinburg is doing everything in its power in order to better assist citizens. This is why the City of Edinburg presents a variety of ways to do a lot at the comfort of your home.

Contractors can now submit building permit applications online at the following email address:

permits@cityofedinburg.com


Pay your utility bill online or traffic citations online! Visit the links below in order to be redirected to doing your business online! Go to the HOW DO I tab on the Cityofedinburg.com page for for resources you can access online!

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Pay Utility Bill 
 

Although the Sekula Library is currently closed to patrons, you can continue accessing a lot of important information for teens, children and yourself without the need of leaving the comfort of your home! Here you can get access to over 9,000 ebooks or emagazines, courses and videos on computer skills, GED, career planning and much more!

Some of these resources may require a library card, but if you do not have yours, you can call the library at (956) 383-6246 in order to get an e-card today and get immediate access to these resources. 

You can also visit their Facebook page where they will continue to provide virtual storytime, crafts art classes and much more, so be sure to not miss it!

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Library Home Resources 
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Library Virtual Activities


Remember to continue to practice proper hygiene, social distancing and respect all orders in place by the Mayor Richard Molina along with state and federal regulations to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Together as a community, much can be achieved.