• December 7, 2021

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City of El Paso Opens Regional Infusion Center and Additional

Beginning TOMORROW, Tuesday, December 7, the City of El Paso’s COVID-19 Clinic located at 9341 Alameda will stand up a Regional Infusion Center in partnership with the State of Texas Department of State Health Services. The RIC will offer therapy to referred patients to minimize the risk of hospitalization. The center is in addition to […]Read More

City of El Paso signs on to national program supporting

Officials with the City of El Paso announced a new partnership with National League of Cities (NLC) to support local small businesses through the City Innovation Ecosystems (CIE) program, which provides resources and help for minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, and other underserviced businesses to achieve greater economic equity. “Through its participation in the CIE program, the […]Read More

Socorro ISD, City of El Paso team up to provide

Socorro ISD is partnering with the City of El Paso to provide flu vaccinations to the public over the next couple of weeks. The drive-through shots are available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 30 and November 6 at the SISD Department of Police Services. Anyone over the age of 2 are eligible to […]Read More

City of El Paso Museums open additional hours

Beginning Wednesday, October 20, the City of El Paso’s Museum and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) will extend the hours and days of operation for the El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso Museum of History and El Paso Museum of Archaeology. “Accessibility to our three museums and their programming is vital to the cultural education […]Read More

City of El Paso says residents could see big hike

Officials with the City of El Paso announced Friday that Texas Gas Service (TGS) customers located in the El Paso and the surrounding West Texas region may soon see what they called “significant increases” to their monthly bills to pay for the natural gas used during the February 2021 Winter Storm Uri, which hit Central […]Read More

LGBTQ+ Community honors City of El Paso Epidemiologist

The City of El Paso Public Health Epidemiologist, Vanessa Casner, has earned a spot on the LGBTQ+ Border Heroes Playing Cards for her LGBTQ+ advocacy and HIV awareness activism. “I’m honored to be recognized for the work we do at the Department of Public Health (DPH) for our LGBTQ+ community in our efforts to ensure a […]Read More

City of El Paso hosts Public Health and Safety Job

Officials with the City of El Paso are inviting job seekers to the Public Health and Safety Job Fair set for this coming Saturday, September 18. “The city has exceptional opportunities for those pursuing a career in the field of Public Health or Public Safety,” said Managing Director and Fire Chief Mario D’Agostino. “We encourage […]Read More

City of El Paso announces two new additions to economic

The City of El Paso announced Friday the appointment of David Coronado, as Managing Director of International Bridges and Economic Development, and Elizabeth Triggs, as Interim Director of Economic and International Development Department. Triggs will replace Economic and International Development Department Director Jessica Herrera, who is stepping down to take a position with another organization. […]Read More

City of El Paso joins Aspen Institute’s City Learning and

City of El Paso recently announced its participation in the City Learning and Action Lab, a new 12-month program led by Aspen Institute Latinos’ Society Program (AILAS) in partnership with the Drexel University’s Nowak Metro Finance Lab and Christopher Gergen, the CEO of impact investment firm, Forward Impact and Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellow. The […]Read More

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