Musandam Municipality continues development projects

Khasab: The Musandam Municipality continues to implement a number of service and sustainable development projects to develop the development wheel in all the wilayats of Musandam Governorate, including the project to develop the historical village of Kumzar, the construction of a floating dock for Bakhour Najd, the mountain pass project “Khorsham”, the waterfront project in the wilayat of Dibba and a number of other projects.

Engineer Nasser bin Humaid Al Hosani, Director General, said that the Musandam Municipality is working on developing a number of development projects that serve the economic, tourism and social aspects of the governorate, most notably: the construction of a healthy walkway with a length of 2.5 km, and the completion rate has reached 88 percent, and it includes LED lighting poles along the walkway with the construction of A firewall and parking for vehicles. It also contains mobile vehicles in different locations that will be offered for investment. The project is currently nearing completion with all its components.

He added that the completion rate of the project to develop the historic marine village of Kumzar in the Wilayat of Khasab has reached 90 percent. The Fishermen’s Forum project, which bears the historical identity of the village of Kumzar.

He explained that a floating dock is being constructed in Khor Najd, and it is considered one of the important service projects due to the importance of its location in terms of facilitating the movement of boats to and from the Khor Najd area, and the construction of the “Khorsham” mountain pass project, which is a staircase path designed in a modern and modern way with solar lighting leading to a platform. High, with a height of up to 750 meters, as this platform allows the visitor and the tourist a unique experience of viewing the natural sights of the region from a great height and in a panoramic way in a scene through which the tourist or visitor can see a painting overlooking the Sea of ​​​​Oman on one side and on the other side on the Arabian Gulf, There are also family sittings on that elevated platform that have been completely paved with natural stones, and the completion rate of the project has reached 100 percent.

He pointed out that work is underway on the waterfront project in the Wilayat of Dibba, which is one of the most prominent humanization projects that the Musandam Municipality is working on, with a total area of ​​1,285 square meters, to be an attractive tourist destination and outlet for the residents of the Wilayat of Dibba, Musandam Governorate and visitors. The project includes a number of vital facilities, including: a concrete barrier to protect The project and the adjacent area of ​​​​the waves, a healthy walkway, sites for sports games, games for children, sites for entrepreneurs, parking along the beach, sites for green spaces, afforestation, seating areas, and an open theater in a semi-circular shape with facilities for sites and investment spaces. The completion rate in the project reached 20 percent.

He stated that approximately 29 kilometers of road paving and lighting are being implemented distributed over the governorate’s states and regions, according to the approved priorities, in addition to replacing 1,600 lighting heads with high-quality and energy-saving LED technology, and installing 540 new lighting poles with the same technology at the level of the governorate’s states. The completion rate was nearly 60 percent. The Musandam Municipality is working continuously on projects to establish and develop parks and children’s playgrounds in residential schemes to be an outlet for children and families in those areas. High quality .

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