• January 23, 2022

Search Results for: Halloween

El Paso Named Among Best Cities to Celebrate Halloween

A treat for children and their parents this Halloween, a study by SmartAsset ranks El Paso ranks as the fifth best city in the country for Trick or Treating. The financial website reviewed and compared 210 cities across 10 metrics, which span four categories, including family friendliness, safety, weather and concentration of candy and costume shops. […]Read More

Health Officials Offer Guidance for Halloween, Día de los Muertos

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health (DPH) reminds the public to take precaution while out celebrating Halloween and Día de los Muertos festivities. “The El Paso City-County Health Authority will not issue any restrictions this year for Halloween and Día de los Muertos; however, officials strongly recommend individuals continue practicing safety precautions to […]Read More

El Paso Fire Department Hosts Halloween Safety Event

On October 30th, the El Paso Fire Department, along with the Socorro Police Department, TXDOT, Moms On Board, American Red Cross, and the Center Against Family and Sexual Violence will be hosting a Halloween Bash at the EPFD’s Safety, Health and Outreach Center, located at 5415 Trowbridge Dr. From 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, children […]Read More

City Parks and Recreation set to host free Halloween Carnivals

The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will host free Halloween Carnivals at several recreation centers this weekend. “We’re excited to be welcoming our families back to our recreation centers for these Halloween Carnivals,” said Cultural Affairs and Recreation Managing Director Ben Fyffe. “Our staff is working around the clock to plan safe […]Read More

“Ghost Stories of El Paso” to be featured at Ascarate

El Paso County invites the public to drive-in screenings of two “Ghost Stories of El Paso” shows on Halloween weekend at Ascarate Park. Health and safety protocols will be followed for the screenings of “Ghost Stories of El Paso Volume Two” and “Ghost Stories of El Paso Volume Four. Producer Jackson Polk will introduce each program […]Read More

El Paso County Sheriff’s hosting drive through Trunk or Treat,

This Halloween, Sheriff Richard D. Wiles, and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office invite you to celebrate SAFELY with our Halloween Light Show and Trunk or Treat. “The drive-up Halloween light show will feature lights, music, video, animations, and your favorite spooky characters,” EPCSO officials shared.  The light show will be held from October 29th – […]Read More