To make it easier for the community to participate in municipal government, the next regular City Council meeting on January 22, will be held away from City Hall.
“We want to encourage civic participation, and this is a great opportunity for the residents of the northeast to attend a City Council meeting in their neighborhood,” said El Paso Mayor Dee Margo.
The council meeting will be held in Northeast El Paso at 4 p.m. at the El Paso County 911 District located at 6055 Threadgill Avenue.
City officials say the goal is to provide an opportunity for residents to have their voices heard and engage in municipal government.
Regular City Council meetings are normally held at 9 a.m. every other Tuesday at City Hall, in downtown at 300 North Campbell. Meeting agendas are available online under the “Meetings” tab at the city’s website.
Council meetings are open to the public and broadcast live on CITY TV (Channel 13. 4 – over the air, Channel 1300 – Spectrum, Channel 99 – AT&T U-verse) and online.