• June 13, 2021

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City to Host Series of Open House Meetings Regarding Downtown

The City is hosting open-house style meetings, one per representative district, to increase community awareness about the multipurpose center project history, including the studies indicating the best location for the facility. For nearly 20 years, studies conducted by the City have recommended a downtown multipurpose center, or arena, as a catalyst for economic development and […]Read More

Council Votes Down Another Site Analysis for Downtown Arena

City Council voted not to conduct a site analysis to identify potential locations for the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center (MPC) within the convention site or within 1,000 feet of the convention center’s footprint. Council’s vote included having the City host public meetings to raise community awareness about the project’s history, including highlighting studies […]Read More

Community Meeting on Downtown Arena scheduled for Monday Night

The City of El Paso has scheduled a community meeting to provide helpful information about the land acquisition process, including relocation assistance, related to the development of the Multipurpose Cultural and Performing Arts Center (MPC). The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. on Nov. 14, at the vacant Fire Station, located at 331 S. Santa […]Read More

THC votes to recommend Downtown El Paso’s inclusion in National

After a 9-0 vote by the members of the State Board of Review of the Texas Historical Commission (TCH), El Paso County’s request that Downtown El Paso become a National Register Historic District was approved Saturday morning. As part of El Paso County’s proposed Downtown Historic District, almost 300 properties – including properties within the […]Read More

City Issues Notices to Properties Near Arena Site: Demolition to

The City of El Paso has issued notices to property owners and tenants within 300 feet of the Multipurpose Performing Arts and Entertainment Center (MPC) footprint notifying them of the City’s plans to demolish of city-owned properties. An official date for the demolition activity has not been set. The City has agreed not to demolish […]Read More