The City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department has scheduled three community meetings to garner public input on three new community recreation centers that are entering the design phase.
The facilities are funded by 2012 Quality of Life Bond Program, and have an approximate total budget of $33,000,000 which includes land acquisitions, project management, design, construction and public art.
The centers will be constructed at the following locations:
Chamizal Community Center, 2119 Cypress Avenue
Alameda Community Center, 7380 Alameda Avenue
Lomaland Community Center 709 Lomita Drive (Lomaland Park)
The Chamizal and Alameda Community Centers will include a library combo component, which will allow the public to drop off, pick up and order books, as well as utilize other library resources such as computers.
All three projects are part of the City of El Paso’s commitment to enhance the quality of life for business, residents and visitors.