South Al Batinah Municipality implements development projects in Nakhal

Nakhal: The Municipality of South Al Batinah Governorate confirmed that there are a number of service and development projects that will be implemented in the Wilayat of Nakhal during the next year 2024, namely a project to improve the entrance to the state, pave internal roads, and create two parks in residential neighborhoods.

The governorate’s municipality indicated that a number of projects are being implemented, such as the Ain al-Thuwara development project, the maintenance of internal roads, and a number of projects in support procedures, including: a project to design and pave internal road links and public parking lots for schools and health institutions, and a number of additional works for the health walkway, and the establishment of… 12 kiosks, lighting internal roads in the state.

The Municipality of South Al Batinah Governorate stated that a number of projects have been completed in the Wilayat of Nakhal, including: developing Nakhal Market, developing and adding some public facilities and parks in Wadi Mastal and Khabat Al Qa’dan, establishing a health walkway (first phase), and constructing box ferries in Al Tou village.

In addition to a number of projects in the tender and analysis procedures, including the implementation of the first phase of the Rimal Park project, and the development of Nakhal Public Park.


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