• January 25, 2022

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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

Socorro ISD: 2nd dose, booster COVID-19 vaccines provided by City

Socorro ISD officials announced Tuesday that, in partnership with the City of El Paso, they will be providing second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for those individuals who received a first dose at various SISD schools in July. For the first dose COVID-19 vaccines provided the week of July 19 at William D. Slider Middle School, SPC. […]Read More

City of El Paso Tax Office to re open for

City officials say that, beginning Wednesday, September 1, 2021, the El Paso Consolidated Tax Office will be open to the public for in-person services. “For the safety of the Tax Office employees and the public, germ shields have been installed and PPE will be provided for the public and employees such as hand sanitizer, face […]Read More

City of El Paso Animal Services hosts Foster Open House

El Paso Animal Services will host a Foster Open House this weekend to encourage the community to open their home to a shelter pet in need, especially during the busy summer months when kennels are often full. The public is invited to attend this free event being held at the Animal Services Center, located at […]Read More

City of El Paso reports first COVID-19 Delta Variant cases

Friday afternoon, officials with the City of El Paso Department of Public Health (DPH) reported three (3) confirmed cases of the COVID-19 Delta variant in the community. The three patients are a female in her 20s, a female in her 40s and a female in her 60s. The three women were unvaccinated. Two of the […]Read More

City of El Paso’s use of non-voter approved debt raises

As the city of El Paso prepares to issue another multimillion dollar round of non-voter approved debt, experts say the practice raises red flags and will have long-term impacts for generations of taxpayers. The El Paso City Council recently approved beginning the process of issuing $96 million in certificates of obligation, or debt that can […]Read More

Socorro ISD, City of El Paso to provide COVID-19 vaccines

Socorro ISD officials announced that the district, in partnership with the City of El Paso, will be providing COVID-19 vaccinations for individuals 12 years and older July 20 through 23 at select SISD schools. District officials say he vaccination hubs will be open to any students (12 and older), employees, and community members who wish […]Read More

Father’s Day Celebration set for Saturday thanks to City of

This weekend, the Parks and Recreation Department invites the community to celebrate all fathers and father figures at a Father’s Day Celebration this Saturday. The celebration concert will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 19 at Memorial Park, 1701 North Copia. The free, outdoor concert will take place at the reserve […]Read More

City of El Paso extends hours for Uptown District Parking

City officials announced Thursday afternoon that the parking meters in the Uptown District will be extended beginning next week. Officials say that the extension is to help cover costs and invest in the security and operations of the immediate area. Parking meters located in the Uptown District will be extended by three (3) hours beginning […]Read More