A car with an MPG of will need 0.39 gallons of gas to cover the route between McAllen, TX and Hidalgo, TX. The estimated cost of gas to go from McAllen to Hidalgo is $1.13. During the route, an average car will release 7.60 pounds of CO 2 to the atmosphere.
The International Museum of Art, a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization, is located in the heart of El Paso’s historic Rio Grande District. The building, a Victorian style mansion designed by architect Henry C. Trost, was owned by State Senator William Turney and his wife Iva, a prominent El Paso family who resided in the home from 1909 to 1939.
Kiwanis Club of Pharr : Recorded Texas Historic Landmark - 1981 : Map This Site! This Mission style building was the first meeting place in the Kiwanis International organization owned by a local club. It was built in 1928, 13 years after the formation of the first Kiwanis club in Detroit, Michigan, and one year after the Pharr club was chartered.
McAllen Botanical Gardens contains the largest and oldest tract of native forest remaining in the McAllen metropolitan area. Its mature trees and dense understory provide excellent habitat for wildlife, including dozens of species of birds, and two endangered and protected Texas species, the indigo snake and the horned lizard.
Currently, McAllen has 25 city parks. The oldest park, Archer Park, was opened in 1912 and the newest park, Los Encinos Park was welcomed to our city on June 23, 1998. The Department works with local residents and city officials to ensure that city parks are of the highest standards. Parks improvements occur frequently as do development of new parks and facilities.
Located on the east side of the Oval Park there is a multifunctional platform with an acoustical shell, where outdoor concerts are held. The facility hosts several outdoor events and festivals, including a free concerts series, and the Mcallen’s annual festival, Palmfest.
The Parks Division of the McAllen Parks and Recreation Department maintains all McAllen city parks. Currently, McAllen has 25 city parks. The oldest park, Archer Park, was opened in 1912 and the newest park, Los Encinos Park was welcomed to our city on June 23, 1998.
Within two years Franz had wheedled 20 grand from his city's budget to build the World's Largest Killer Bee. Six years have passed. Mayor Franz is still mayor and Hidalgo has been in Time, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Guinness Book of World Records, and a Snapple commercial.