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Downtown revitalization community meetings set for Monday evening, Tuesday

The City of El Paso Economic Development Department would like to invite downtown building owners, business owners, and the entire El Paso community to two upcoming downtown revitalization meetings. Information on current incentives and historic preservation opportunities will be shared at each session.

These meetings will also offer those in attendance an opportunity to provide input on how the department can improve on current and future economic development opportunities.

Monday, September 14, 2015

5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m.

El Paso Community Foundation

333 N. Oregon (First Floor)


Tuesday, September 15, 2015

1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

El Paso Convention Center (Rio Grande B Room)

1 Civic Center Plaza

For more information on the upcoming meetings, please contact the Economic Development Department at (915) 212-1618.

The efforts of the Economic Development Department support the City’s strategic goal to create an environment conducive to strong, sustainable economic development.

Author: City of El Paso

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  1. So, when are our city leaders going to wake up and realize that all of their focus on DTEP revitalization has been at the detriment of the rest of the city? Our streets (except for Councilman Romero’s District) are in terrible condition, and the continued neglect only worsens an already unacceptable situation! Forget all your wasted time and energy and money downtown, and get somebody to work on our streets, please. Did it never occur to y’all that if we cannot get around town, none of us will ever go down town????