Harlingen (HAR - lin - jin - 5) is a small town in Texas, Texas, on the Gulf of Mexico, which stretches from the Mexican border to Brownsville.
The city covers an area of 2.2 million square kilometers and is the largest city in the state of Texas by population. The city's airport, Valley International Airport, has a service area that includes the city of Harlingen and its surrounding area, as well as serving the cities of Brownsville, El Paso, San Antonio, Corpus Christi and San Marcos.
The airport works closely with and is allied with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the US Air Force. Other airlines serving the airport include American Airlines, American Express, Delta Air Lines, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines.
Valley International Airport is located in the northeastern part of Harlingen and offers a border crossing possibility over the free trade bridge Los Indios. The bridge crosses a four-lane highway in northern Mexico and provides access to the Texas-Mexico border and the US border.
The city of Harlingen is home to two major highways, Interstate 69E and Interstate 2. The city serves as the eastern terminus of Interstate 2 and I-69E crosses the city serving San Antonio, El Paso, Corpus Christi, San Marcos, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Lubbock, Galveston and San Angelo. Port Harlingsen is located on the border between Texas and Mexico, north of the border with Mexico and south of Texas City.
The free trade bridge has been hailed as one of the largest in the world, as it can hold 75 trucks at the same time. The grandstands have 400 monitors that can receive 50 live racing signals from Simulcast and have a capacity of 1,500 people.
The Rio Grande Valley Civic Association, which is hosting its winter concert series in Harlingen, promotes the development and appreciation of the visual arts through its annual summer concerts in the park. The Rio Grand Valley Civic Association, whose winter concerts are held by its members in HARLINGEN, Texas, promotes the development and appreciation of the visual arts through its annual winter concert series.
The Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival is held in Harlingen, Texas, and attracts over 3,000 attendees each year, with an emphasis on bird watching, wildlife education and conservation.
Ramsey Park and Thicket also host a variety of animal exhibits and educational programs for children and adults. Fighting EOIR Programs and more information about the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival can be found at the following links.
The Regional Academic Health Center (30) is a teaching hospital that serves as a medical center for the University of Texas Health Science Center in Harlingen. The psychiatric clinics of the centre are 55 beds, and the long-term programmes are 75 beds residential.
Valley Baptist has a maternity ward and family center, as well as an emergency room, outpatient clinic, primary care clinic and obstetrics and gynecology clinic. Regional health needs are also served by Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen and the University of Texas Health Science Center. The Regional Academic Health Centre (30) and the Regional Medical Centre (40) also serve regional health care. The regional health needs also serve the health needs of the region, as does the University Medical Center and the Health Center.
Su Clinica Familiar (31) offers services tailored to the border region, focusing on primary care, family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, mental health and substance abuse.
Harlingen is home to the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and Texas A & M University and has an enrollment of about 220 students. The public church school is attended by all Harlingsen students and is a member of the Texas Association of Independent Schools (TAS), a national association of public schools in Texas. Harlingen's students attend public and church schools, and attend them at the same time as students from other Texas schools.
The fraternal orders and civil organizations that serve the community include the Harlinger Chapter of the American Legion and the Texas Fraternal Order of Police. The women's building is run by the U.S. National Guard and the Texas State Police and is located on a reservation. Confraternities, orders or civic organizations that serve in this community, including the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), Texas A & M University, Texas Southern University (Texas Southeastern) and other local organizations. Brotherhood, order, or civil-society organizations like the United Methodist Church (UMC) maintain, build, and sustain women's rights.