The City of El Paso is seeking public input, particularly from far East El Paso residents, for its comprehensive Eastside Master Plan study.
Via a Friday morning news release, officials with the city said the Eastside Master Plan is “being developed to evaluate and provide recommendations on municipal facilities, thoroughfares, and other infrastructure within the study area and provide tools and key policies to manage growth and development throughout the city.”
Officials added, “The master plan will help ensure that East El Paso is developed in an orderly, efficient, and cost-effective manner.”
The survey follows a series of community meetings held in late 2018 design to capture public feedback to help shape the recommendations for the comprehensive master plan for East El Paso.
Submissions must be received by February 10, 2019.