• May 19, 2022

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City Hosts ‘Our Community Salutes’

 The City of El Paso invites the community to join regional leaders to recognize area high school seniors who have enlisted in the United States Armed Services during a Facebook Live celebration called Our Community Salutes at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 19, via the City of El Paso’s Facebook page. “This event is a wonderful opportunity for our community […]Read More

City Council Votes to Extend City Manager’s Contract

The City Council approved to authorize the Mayor to execute an amendment to City Manager Tommy Gonzalez’s contract to extend his employment agreement for five years, until 2029. The City Manager has advised the City of Frisco’s headhunters that he is withdrawing his name from Frisco’s search. “I am overwhelmed with the support I have […]Read More

$10 Million Slated for City of Socorro for Sparks Arroyo

The Texas Water Development Board is expected to provide $10.1 million for further  flood control measures along the Sparks Arroyo. Earlier this year, the board provided El Paso  County $34.5 million for flood control along the arroyo northeast of Socorro. Now, the state  agency is set to approve another $10.1 million to the City of […]Read More

City of El Paso Public Library Unveils Banned Book Sections

The City of El Paso Public Library is teaming up with YWCA El Paso del Norte Region (YWCA) to make banned and challenged books a part of every library location.  Beginning Saturday, May 14, each Public Library Branch will feature a section dedicated to banned and contested books. The Banned Book Sections will be themed; […]Read More

City Council to Vote to Establish a Women’s Commission or

Today, City Representative Henry Rivera, District 7 placed an item on the agenda for next week’s City Council Meeting to protect women’s rights and establish a Women’s Commission or Board focused on women’s equality and protecting women’s rights.   On May 2nd, 2022, an initial draft majority opinion written by Justice Samuel Alito was leaked and […]Read More

El Paso Named 2022 All-America City Finalist for Fifth Year

The City of El Paso is proud to announce that the National Civic League (NCL) and the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading has named El Paso as a finalist for the 2022 All-America City Award (AAC). The All-America City Award is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious civic recognition award. The City has previously won this […]Read More

City of El Paso Hosts Mental Health Awareness Event

In recognition of National Mental Health Awareness Month in May, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health and Live Active EP joins forces with the nonprofit, Family Services of El Paso, to host the Minds Over Matter event taking place from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 28, at Album Park, 3110 Parkwood. This Minds Over Matter event […]Read More