Governor of Al Qassim, HRH Prince Dr. Faisal bin Mishaal bin Saud bin Abdulaziz has laid the foundation stone for development projects and services in the municipal and water sector, during his visit to the Al-Mithnab Governorate.
Foundation stone was laid for the development of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Road, with a project value of $2m (SAR7.5m).
According to the Mayor of Al-Matneb Governorate, Fahad Al-Jaloud, the road will be 1,900m-long and 50m-wide. It also includes a parking area of 10,686m2, and 1,967 trees as well as 68 decorative lighting pole and 55 normal ones.
Construction activities have commenced on the development of the two entrances to the southern and eastern Al-Mithnab governorate, for which the foundation stone was laid.
The project, valued at $1.2m (SAR4.7m), includes 22,000m2 of asphalting as well as the installation of 16,000 cabinets, 15,600 interlocks, 72 lighting poles, and 150 aesthetic lighting poles.
As part of his visit, Prince Faisal reviewed Phase 3 of the afforestation project at the fifth purification plant in the governorate. He was briefed by the director general of Water Services in the region, Eng. Abdul Mohsen Al-Faraihi, about the project.
Speaking about the projects, Prince Faisal, said: “Today we have laid the foundation stone for development projects and services in the municipal and water sector aimed at serving citizens and raising environmental awareness by planting trees in the fifth purification plant.”
According to the state-held Saudi Press Agency, Prince Faisal was accompanied by the undersecretary of Al-Qassim, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Wazzan, and a number of officials from the region.
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