Mayor Eric Adams has canceled his weekend trip to the U.S.-Mexican border, citing safety concerns, a spokesperson for City Hall said Saturday afternoon. 

The mayor was set to arrive in Mexico Saturday night and return back to New York on Monday.

However, a spokesperson for City Hall said the U.S. Department of State flagged safety concerns at one of the cities in Mexico he had planned to visit.

The mayor first visited the border in January of last year, traveling to El Paso to coordinate with other mayors across the country on how to respond to the influx of migrants.

Adams also visited Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia last October.

"We hope to continue our partnership with these nationally recognized Latino leaders and organizations as we look for concrete solutions to resolve the crisis at the border,” the statement from a City Hall spokesperson read, in part.

More than 184,000 migrants have come to New York, with more than 64,000 in the city’s care since 2022. 

It is unclear when, or if, the visit will be rescheduled.