Construction of a modern police headquarters in El Zonte has begun

Over the weekend, construction works began on a modern police headquarters in El Zonte, La Libertad, which will have high technology to provide assistance and security to residents and tourists visiting the area.

The beginning of the construction works was supervised by the Minister of Security, Gustavo Villatoro; the director of the National Police, Mauricio Arriaza Chicas, and the Minister of Tourism, Morena Valdez.

“Together with the Minister of Tourism and the Director of National Police, we made a tour to verify the construction works of the police headquarters in El Zonte, La Libertad. A work that will have spaces for citizen and tourist attention” — Villatoro published on his social media account.

He added that the delegation will have an area for complaints, a video control room, rooms for the agents to rest, a soccer field with bleachers, a gazebo, and dressing rooms.

“It will be an environmentally friendly bioclimatic building, it will have a rainwater reuse system, solar energy through photovoltaic panels, a fire-fighting system, and high-speed internet. It will be an intelligent building with sensors for energy efficiency”  said the — minister.

The area will also be monitored with drones to help with the development of the coastal area and the safety of residents and tourists visiting the Surf City area.

“This project, with an investment of more than $499,800, will benefit more than 15,000 inhabitants of the area. Step by step, building the El Salvador that we deserve” said Villatoro.

For his part, the director of the Police, Mauricio Arriaza Chicas, indicated that the work is a joint effort between security and tourism to benefit all the inhabitants and visitors of El Zonte beach and its surroundings.

«Modern facilities, for the benefit of the population and on this occasion the inhabitants of El Zonte beach and surrounding areas. The institutional work led by the president, Nayib Bukele, does not stop, since we work in coordination with the Ministry of Tourism”, published Arriaza Chicas.