Apr 05, 2020Face Coverings REQUIRED!
Apr 03, 2020Order No. 2020-05 Face Covering Order
Apr 02, 202030 Days to Slow the Spread
Apr 01, 2020H-E-B: Are They Running Out of Products? No!
Mar 31, 2020No Longer Accepting Work Safe Plans
Mar 31, 2020COVID-19 Updates: Are You Doing Your Part?
Mar 30, 2020Use Precautions when Handling Your Trash!
Mar 27, 2020CAUTION: City Employees ARE NOT Delivering Food Donations
Mar 26, 2020City Hall Closed to Walk-In Traffic
Mar 25, 2020Online Services Available!
Due to Coronavirus present in the Hidalgo County, 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 of things online. Read more about how you can have immediate access to a lot of resources through the internet!
Mar 24, 2020New Orders: Citywide Curfew, Closed Establishments and More
Mar 23, 2020Two COVID-19 Cases Confirmed
Mar 21, 2020Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Mar 20, 2020No Water Disconnections Due to Non-Payment
Mar 20, 2020Governor Abbot Executive Orders: How Will they Affect us?
Mar 20, 2020Only 10 People Allowed at Once at City Hall
Mar 19, 2020Disaster Declaration Signed
Mar 19, 2020The County Moves to Level 2 Emergency Response
Mar 18, 2020Census: You Can Still Do it Online!
Mar 18, 2020Coronavirus COVID-19 Internal Email: False Information
Mar 17, 2020Cancellations and Postponements
Mar 13, 2020CodeRed: Don't Forget to Sign up
Mar 13, 2020The City of Edinburg Little League Baseball and Softball Postpone ALL Practices and Events
Mar 13, 2020UFO Conference & Festival Postponed
Mar 12, 2020The Census is underway!
Mar 11, 2020Census 2020: Why it Matters
Census counting has been important count since 1790 which is mandated by the U.S. Constitution in Article 1, Section 2.“We need to get the count right. It is important to me that our community knows what is at stake but what to expect,” Richard Molina, Edinburg’s Mayor explained...