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Whitesboro's Welcome Marquee Sign

The construction of this was paid for by a Texas Department of Agriculture GO TEXAN (see GO TEXAN link at left sidebar) Downtown Beautification grant and the Whitesboro Economic Development Corporation (WEDCO).





Post Office Beautification

The Whitesboro Post Office property is owned by the Whitesboro Economic Development Corporation and is leased to the United States Postal Service with a 20 year lease agreement. The grounds recently took on a new look with the addition of Texas Native plants and a new rock bed on the corner of Main & Union where the Service Monument was relocated from the corner to the center of the bed for better viewing of the monument.



The Economic Development Director represents Whitesboro at Travel Show. 

The Whitesboro Economic Development Corporation is a member of the Red River Valley Tourism Association and partners with other communities on both sides of the Red River to promote tourism in the region.  Pictured here is Jannis Ayers, Electra, TX; Janis Crawley, Whitesboro TX; Sammie Hatfield, Henrietta, TX and Myra Busby, Seymour, TX.  Others who attended the show represented Bowie, Paris, Sherman, Gainesville, and Nocona Texas and Duncan, Ardmore and Durant Oklahoma.


Godwin Park Restroom Facility

City Employees and PARD Director complete new park restroom project

Recently, the Whitesboro Economic Development Corporation (WEDCO) completed the new restroom facility located at Godwin Park.

Godwin Park needed this facility to complete the latest updates and to complement the play area and covered pavilion. Pictured are the City of Whitesboro Employees and the Parks & Recreation Director that help to make this project complete.

The Economic Development Corporation spent $40,000.00 on this park enhancement project.