Rincon de la Victoria celebrates its year of great transformation in Spain’s Axarquia

THE government of Rincón celebrates its first year “laying the foundations for the great transformation that the municipality will experience” and allowing the transformation of Rincón de la Victoria in the coming years, as the best possible destination to live “a friendly, safe and full of life city with opportunities for all sectors,” indicates the mayor, Francisco Salado.

Rincon de la Victoria already has major projects such as the Skate Park or the Indoor Pool, which will be followed soon by the largest Children’s Park in the municipality. Rincon de la Victoria had two new playgrounds installed more than a year ago, and up to six of the bio-healthy areas of those already installed have been renovated.

Regarding employment, entrepreneurship and training, it has opted for shuttle and training projects such as Coworking or Millennials. In tourism matters, the record of visits to the Cueva del Tesoro has been broken, with investments in the modernisation of its sale of tickets and access to the grotto. Rincón de la Victoria has renewed this year the declaration of ‘Zone of Great Tourist Influx.’ Regarding sports, the surface of sports areas has been increased by about 2,000 square metres, with improvements and improvements to infrastructures. The number of users in schools continues to grow.

Gómez has highlighted the important work carried out in terms of energy-saving with the implementation of LED Technology in the town, in addition to countless actions from its areas of Servicios Operativos, Parques y Jardines, Sanidad y Consumo.

The fourth deputy mayor has influenced “the increase and improvements in terms of playgrounds in the town, something that has allowed residents to have more space for leisure and family enjoyment.”

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