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Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending 5/26

Host Rick Isaias brings you the most up-to-date from the city on:

· Mayor Leeser’s final State of the City
· Preventative measure for West Nile virus
· Childhood cancer awareness
· Opening of Spray Park #7
· Opening of outdoor pools
· Replacing damaged garbage and recycling bins

Video: Your City in 5 for Week Ending 5/19

Host Rick Isaias brings you this edition of YC5, with all the information on:

· Take a Daycation in El Paso – new City of El Paso campaign
· Economic impact of Neon Desert Music Festival
· Music Under the Stars announces summer line-up
· Chime in on the City’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year
· Financial advice for El Pasoans
· Spray Park #6
· The City’s government channel (CITY TV) expands coverage and goes online

More information on City services and events is available online at www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending 5/12

In this episode of YCI5, host Rick Isaias brings you the latest on:

• News on the highly anticipate entertainment attraction TOPGOLF
• A big trucks, big tractors competition
• Spray park number five
• How Futureland Park in Northeast El Paso became a reality
• Parvo prevention from the Animal Services Department

For more information on these stories and services provided by the City of El Paso, visit www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending May 5th

In this edition of YCI5, host Rick Isaias brings you the following:

• The last of Mayor Leeser’s Familiarization tour and how it highlights the city’s booming economy and economic development potential
• The opening of a new park in northeast El Paso
• Another spray park is set to open in west El Paso
• An art exhibit that explores how an insect brings color to life
• Animal adoption special for the Cinco de Mayo weekend

Video: Your City in 5 for Week Ending April 21

Host Rick Isaias brings you this edition of YC5, which focuses on the following:

• More family-friendly entertainment makes its way to El Paso, as the Grandview Spray Park opens to the public
• A celebration of completed City projects with the use of Community Development Block Grant funds
• There is a beautiful place outdoors to walk, run or ride a bike
• A City museum has received more enhancement that will attract visitors
• A lesson in driving through roundabouts
• Behind the scenes of the Friedman Recycling Center and how it works
• A look at the opening celebration of Pavo Real Spray Park

These stories and other information about City services are available at www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending April 14th

In this edition of Your City in 5, Host Rick Isaias bring you the opening of a new playground at Wellington Park and the new Pavo Real Spray Park.

In addition, the City is hosting a number of activities for the Easter Weekend. The El Paso Public Library is hosting Jazz concerts at several library branches. Plus, the Animal Services Shelter has rolled out the Fast and Furriest pet adoption campaign, and they are seeking foster parents for a few kittens.

These stories and other City services are posted on the City of El Paso website.

Video: Your City in 5 – Week ending April 7th: New Splash Pad set to Open

In this edition, host Rick Isaias  has a look into the new Pavo Real Spray Park, the city’s newest spray park; the grand opening is set for April 15.

Other stories include the new field lights at Ponder Park, the opening of East Cave Park in Far East El Paso, as well as new nursing lounges at the International Airport for breastfeeding mothers, a health fair, vaccination clinics, renowned authors visiting the public libraries and a view of the finished mural on the Durango street bridge.

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending March 31

In this edition, Rick Isaias  breaks down the services provided by the City’s Citizen Collection Stations. The facilities are a great place to get rid of old junk and extra trash but they also provide free services to residents such as paint and mulch.

The City continues resilience and sustainability efforts by providing free gardening workshops to El Pasoans. The El Paso Public Library provides free vegetable and fruit seeds.

In addition, there’s a story of a collections driver who made a special connection with a toddler while collecting garbage. Plus, a look at the word of kid car racing. Also, the City of El Paso has an official Instagram account.

These stories and other services provided by the City are available online.

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending March 24th

Rick Isaias brings you information on a historic building downtown getting new life thanks to incentives provided by the City of El Paso. Another non-stop flight will be added at the El Paso International Airport that will make it easier for travelers to get around the country. Getting rid of unwanted trash – that’s the goal of major clean-up created by Environmental Services.

Plus, the story of a little boy who has a fascination with garbage trucks.

These stories and other services provided by the City of El Paso are available online at www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week of March 17th

In this edition of Your City in Five, Rick Isaias has your information on the City begining open-house style public meetings to inform the community about the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center; there’s a new playground for kids and parents to enjoy; and the police department provides tips for drivers during road construction areas.

Plus, there’s a look at how Vector Control officers trap and test mosquitoes before hot weather arrives and also on dunking recycle items now that the NCAA Basketball Tournament has started.

These stories and other services provided by the City of El Paso are available at www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending February 24th

In this week’s edition, Rick Isaias  has a warning from EPPD on car burglaries, CPR training, free smoke alarms with installation by EPFD, Heart Health Month, the opening of the Rose Garden, and a new service from Animal Services!

For more info on these stories and more, visit https://www.elpasotexas.gov/

Video: Your City in 5 – Week ending February 17th

In this edition, Rick Isaias has information on a work session by Mayor and Council and City Manager and staff that discussed the progress of the City since the introduction of the 2015 Strategic Plan.

There is also information on the Parks and Recreation Department’s Senior Games as well as two contests sponsored by the Environmental Services Department. The importance of having a working smoke alarm is also stressed by the El Paso Fire Department.

This edition also takes a look at the a Valentine’s Day coronation and dance recently held at a City senior center.

Information on these stories and other resources are available at www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – Week Ending February 10th

In this week’s Your City in 5, Rick Isaias brings you information on the groundbreaking of a new Brio route; discounted bus rides for military veterans, information on the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center; information on two upcoming community meetings; a look at conceptual renderings of the aquatics facilities.

There’s also a call to artists for art projects by the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and some safety information regarding teen drivers from El Paso Police.

 

Video: Your City in 5 – Super Bowl Edition

In this edition of Your City in 5, Rick Isaias has information on a new website created by the City of El Paso for military veterans; free income tax preparation provided by the Parks and Recreation Department; a new avatar created to help business owners find important City related information; a new calendar created by the Animal Services Shelter and the El Paso Fire Department that features adoptable pets and Super Bowl information for the community.

For more information on these stories and other services provided by the City of El Paso visit www.elpasotexas.gov

Video: Your City in 5 – January 26th

Rick Isaias brings you this edition of YCI5, which has information on improvements that are headed to various neighborhoods throughout the city because of the neighborhood improvement program.

In addition, there is information on the public art plan and the how the city is saving money through the lean six sigma training program. The health of “Juno” the elephant at the El Paso Zoo is also covered in this segment.

More information on these stories and other services provided by the City of El Paso visit www.elpasotexas.gov

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