Welcome to Presidio, a Great place to live, work, and visit. Experience life in vacation destination.
Fun on the 4th of July In Presidio
LOOKING FOR A JOB?
Homeland Security is now Hiring NOW for Presidio.
Live and work in our Vacation Destination in the BIG BEND OF TEXAS!
Locals are encouraged to apply now.
See the Dark Skies of Presidio
Sure the days are warm, but the Summer nights are fantastic and confortable. The Big Bend Ranch has the darkest skies available in the nation. See the stars like few places left on earth. Read the Texas Senate Resolution Below.
2015 Presidio City Council
There is more information to be found on about the Big Bend.
Check out www.bigbendnewswire.com
Looking for Meetings and other City Business? Check out our Public Notice page often. www.presidiotx.us/?page_id=63
Presidio Municipal Court ONLINE…
Now you can pay your fine in time, on line with traffic payment.com https://www.trafficpayment.com/InvoiceInfo.aspx?csdId=515
HOWEVER we have Level 1 TEXAS DARK SKIES year round. Want to see the Stars?
THE 4th ANNUAL BORDER ZONE UFO FESTIVAL IS NOW THE TEXAS DARK SKIES FESTIVAL AND DUDE OF THE DEAD CONCERT IS OCTOBER 30TH & 31ST 2015.
VISIT OUR WEBSITES:
WWW.TEXASDARK SKIES.COM AND WWW.DUDEOFTHEDEAD.NET FOR DETAILS..
Take a Drive on FM 170, the River Road, watch out for Native Americans.
Check out the New BIG BEND & Texas Mountain Travel Guide for 2014. Read about the Poncho Villa connection with Presidio 100 years ago this year. The Battle of Ojinaga was the battle over the supply line through Presidio, Texas of arms and supplies from the United States for the Mexican Revolution. See the full story on Page 56.
2014-BBTMtravelguide-cover See Presidio’s Travel ad on the back inside cover with our celebrity in his own mind “The Rio Rider.” Ride FM 170 East and West, “Its Like No Other Place on Earth.”
Presidio is featured on CBS “On the Road” with Steve Hartman on National TV. A lesson in perseverance or “Never Give Up.” http://www.cbsnews.com/news/how-a-teacher-inspired-greatness-for-the-presidio-rocket-club-in-texas/
New Drinking Water report going out Monday June 29, 2015.
Annual Drinking Water Quaility REPORT .
See it now online.
PHOTO FROM ESCENIFICACION TOMA DE OJINAGA CENTENARIO.
The Epic tale of the Battle of Ojinaga in 1914. The Prize was the access to Presidio, Texas and the supplies it provided to the Mexican Revolution. Presidio and Ojinaga share the Poncho Villa’s History. Visit Fort Leaton in Presidio to see the Poncho Villa Exhibit on Display.
Presidio Port of Entry Director John Deputy Welcomes you to the Border. Check out the wait times at the Presidio Port of Entry at the CBP.
Check out the wait times updated hourly:
Be mindful that wait times start at the Mexican Toll Booth and does not reflect any traffic waiting in Ojinaga.
The Presidio Municipal Development District has a new logo.
What’s New in Water?
The City of Presidio Water and Parks Staff have been busy building a new Drinking water Booster Pump Station and Building. The City Crews did over the $45,000 match with a USDA Community Development Block Grant to build a new Drinking water booster station. The new booster station will increase pumping efficiency to the City Stand pipe that provides water pressure to the City of Presidio. The Old Booster pump will serve as back up to the new system and will be refurbished in the near future to expand the City’s Water infrastructure for future growth.
Presidio is Blessed with Good Drinking Water
Presidio’s New Drinking Water Report now available on line.
This is the annual Water report for the period of Jan.1 to Dec. 31, 2013. Open the link above to see whats in our awesome water supply in Presidio.
See our Tourism Page for more info and read about us in the Big Bend Travel Guide: http://bigbendtravelguide.com/issue/#/56/
Its Fall! Time to take a ride to Presidio!
INCREDIBLE WONDERS LIKE NO OTHER PLACE ON EARTH AWAIT YOU IN PRESIDIO, TEXAS
Presidio Welcomes Bikers in new Ad Campaign
Presidio is a popular stop for tourists visiting the Big Bend. It is the largest town on the Rio Grande between El Paso and Del Rio, Texas. In addition it is the only International Border Crossing that is open 24/7 for all types of traffic. “Ride to Presidio…Like no other place on earth.”