• January 17, 2022

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City of El Paso, PDNCF remove income limits, $3K cap

More El Pasoans can now qualify for more money in rental assistance, but only while funding is available, thanks to decisions made by the City of El Paso and the Paso del Norte Community Foundation. “We recognize that new, tighter restrictions on businesses mean more people could be out of work and have trouble paying […]Read More

City of El Paso appoints new Strategic Partnerships Officer

Elizabeth Triggs has been named the City of El Paso’s new Strategic Partnerships Officer. “I’m confident that under Elizabeth’s stewardship we will continue to identify and create operational synergies, improve key processes and implement key initiatives supporting our 25 by 2025 Strategic initiatives,” said City Manager Tommy Gonzalez. “She will be instrumental in the Communities of Excellence partnerships […]Read More

City of El Paso, Ysleta ISD offer free Flu Vaccines

The City of El Paso Fire Department and Department of Public Health along with many partnering agencies are offering free flu vaccines to those six month of age and older during this flu season. “We know that similar to COVID-19, the flu can be serious and even deadly for those with underlying medical conditions,” said Dr. Hector […]Read More

City of El Paso offers free Flu Vaccines for community

The City of El Paso Fire Department and Department of Public Health along with many partnering agencies are offering free flu vaccines to those four years of age and older during this flu season. The “Be PowerFlu” prevention campaign aims to reduce the number of flu cases and prevent serious related illness during the current COVID-19 pandemic. […]Read More

City of El Paso Public Library celebrates National Library Card

As September is National Library Card Sign-up month, the Public Library is celebrating by making it easier than ever to get a library card with the help of DC Comic’s Wonder Woman. This year, the American Library Association selected Wonder Woman as an Honorary Chair and national spokesperson for Library Card Sign-Up Month 2020. “A […]Read More

City of El Paso Receives $40m in Recovery Funding for

Officials with the City of El Paso announced that they are receiving $40,781,532 in federal funding to help Sun Metro continue to provide services throughout the COVID pandemic. “I am pleased to share that El Paso is the recipient of federal funding for Sun Metro,” Mayor Dee Margo said. “This multi-million dollar grant is critical […]Read More

City of El Paso, Community Partners collaborate to map Hottest

On Thursday afternoon, the City and its community partners announced a summertime collaboration to collect data about the distribution of heat as part of a regional effort to map where people are most at risk during extreme heat waves. The heat assessment project called the “Heat Watch”, funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s […]Read More

Commentary: City of El Paso is using a pandemic to

A crisis is a terrible thing to waste. On the upside, it can help make our priorities clearer, relax rigid rules or regulations and give civic leaders the opportunity to be more accessible and transparent. Or it can just be a cover to do unpopular things with fewer consequences and a lot more opacity. The […]Read More

Gallery+Story: WBAMC, City of El Paso work together to stop

William Beaumont Army Medical Center is working with the El Paso Health Department in order to test the COVID-19 swabs taken from those suspected of being infected with COVID-19, under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Act of 1988 and the Center for Disease Control Laboratory Response Network. The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and […]Read More

City of El Paso appoints new director for Sun Metro

City of El Paso officials announced that, effective Monday, April 20th, longtime Director of Environmental Services Ellen Smyth had been appointed to oversee Sun Metro.  “Ellen Smyth is a proven leader who transformed the Environmental Services Department, a department struggling to stay afloat and facing a multi-million deficit, into a high-performing organization considered a leader […]Read More