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Rio Grande City Announces New Public Safety Building

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Rio Grande City Mayor Joel Villarreal (right) and City Manager Noe Castillo (left). Courtesy Image
Rio Grande City Mayor Joel Villarreal (right) and City Manager Noe Castillo (left). Courtesy Image

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RIO GRANDE CITY, Texas – Rio Grande City placed official signage north of the St. Ive’s Realty development, alongside FM 755, where theCity’s new Public Safety building will erect. The City has budgeted $6.1 million for the contemporary two-storyproject. The blueprints for the approximate 29,000 sq ft of construction include plans for housing the Rio Grande City Police Department, Fire Department, along with a few other additions.

Furthermore, the price per square foot is set at $265.00, according to the office of the Warren Group Architects, Inc. Laura Warren, lead architect with TWG Architects, Inc stated that the new development may “have updated revisions in the design process.”

With the population skyrocketing in the previous years and more commercial development underway, some may argue that this expansion to vital public safety resources is long overdue. Mayor Joel Villarreal articulates that “Public Safety is the cornerstone of prosperous, successful and progressive municipalities.”

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The new public safety building is set to break soil sometime in the next few months.

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