On May 5, 2018, City of McAllen voters approved a bond proposition for $22 million for drainage improvements. Over the next five years, the City of McAllen will embark on an impressive schedule to complete 23 projects throughout the city that will address the city’s storm water management including minimizing flooding, widening drainage outlets, increasing capacity at detention flooding ponds, and other related infrastructure improvements.
On May 5, 2018, City of McAllen voters approved a bond proposition for $3 million for traffic improvements. Over the next four years, the City of McAllen will embark on an impressive schedule to conduct a comprehensive traffic study throughout the city that will lay the groundwork for an expansion of the traffic systems in McAllen. In addition, new traffic cabinets and controllers will be purchased and installed, installing new fiber to signals to improve communication between traffic signals and synchronizing the traffic lights along major corridors.