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Average Electricity Rates & Energy Usage in McAllen

In November, the average electricity rate in McAllen was 14.82¢ per kWh. The average households monthly electricity usage was 845 kWh, making the average bill around $125.

based on EIA Data as of May, 2023

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GoodEnergy 12
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Bigger Than Texas 24
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Champ Saver-12
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Solarize 24
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About McAllen Texas

History of McAllen

San Miguel Extension and Hidalgo came to the Santa Anita Ranch in 1904. James and his father, John McAllen, donated land to the railroad constructors to ensure it crossed the region. However, it was not until December 5, 1904, that the McAllen Townsite Company came into existence after its formation by John McAllen, Lott Uriah, and James Balli McAllen, among other founders. This new community, formed and named after John, had a depot near its county seat Hidalgo which is 8 miles towards the south.

Most of the land on the city's east side was under cultivation by 1911. Crops cultivated included broom corn, figs, cotton, grapes, alfalfa, and citrus fruits, to mention a few. This year, this part of the city had an estimated population of 1,000 citizens since west McAllen was nonexistent.

McAllen Culture

It could help if you knew that McAllen is the home to IMAS (International Museum of Art and Science). This museum was founded in 1967 and is considered a Smithsonian Affiliate and an American Alliance of Museums that is also accredited. The museum is strategically located at the Bicentennial and Nolana Avenue corner. In addition, the McAllen Public Library operates several public libraries in the city.

Landmarks in McAllen, TX

  1. Quinta Mazatlan

    This is considered an urban sanctuary dedicated to ensuring that the public enjoys and appreciates nature. It is also considered a hidden gem in the city. Apart from being a beautiful place, it is also very interesting. There is also a nice gift shop on site with an array of attractive items. This is quite a notable place in McAllen.

  2. McAllen Nature Center

    Initially, the site was named McAllen Botanical Gardens and is under the operation of the nature preserve situated in the city. The site is sandwiched between Bentsen and Ware roads, located towards the western side of McAllen, and it is not that far from McAllen Conventional Center. The gardens were opened in 1962, and the main emphasis was on palms.

Tourist Attraction Sites in McAllen, TX

  1. McAllen-Hidalgo International Bridge

    This is an international bridge completed in 1926. It crosses the Rio Grande between Tamaulipas state, that's towards the northeastern part of Mexico, and Texas State, which is in the southwestern part of the US. It could be better if you were informed that some days are better than others. In most cases, the lines move at a nice speed, while at times, it may take time to cross the border, more so in the morning or late at night since not many people can wait. The bridge is at 1023 S International Blvd, Hidalgo, 8557 TX, USA.

  2. McAllen Heritage Center

    This spot is considered a native culture and history museum in the heart of McAllen city. The place is very nice, and its staff members are very nice people who are always ready to answer questions. There is a lot of history displayed there, and you will surely learn something through the help of the able staff members. The spot is 301 S Main St, McAllen, 78501, TX, USA.