• January 23, 2022

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City of El Paso announces three new American Airline direct

The City of El Paso announced Thursday that American Airlines will begin daily non-stop service to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. “We’re eager to add new service from El Paso to Austin, giving local customers another choice for their travel plans,” said Brian Znotins, American Airlines Vice President of Network Planning. “We look forward to welcoming more […]Read More

For 2021, City of El Paso again honored as All-America

The City of El Paso was named a 2021 All-America City tonight at the annual All-America City award held live Wednesday evening. “I have always known El Paso is a City with Strength,” said Mayor Oscar Leeser. “Being named a 2021 All-America City places us among the great cities of our nation and reinforces the […]Read More

City of El Paso announces plan to reopen Public Libraries,

Wednesday night, officials with the City of El Paso announced their plans for the reopening of the Museum of Archaeology, as well as the phased reopening of the public libraries. Beginning Wednesday, June 9th, residents can now visit and stay at the library. Staff have also moved and opened public seating in library branches so […]Read More

City of El Paso looks to lower EPA Air Quality

The Capitol Improvement Department of the City of El Paso requested a study into the ability to lower its EPA air quality classification to reduce restrictions and planning costs on projects that produce PM10, a harmful pollutant. If implemented, the plan would have loosened impediments to infrastructure planning, and also may have been a backdoor […]Read More

City of El Paso offers COVID-19 Vaccine at Convention Center,

Beginning tomorrow, April 28, the City of El Paso will no longer require the public to schedule appointments to get the COVID-19 vaccine at the Convention Center. “The City has worked diligently with our community partners to get the vaccine in our residents’ arms, and to improve the process so that we can distribute the […]Read More

City of El Paso to celebrate Earth Day via virtual

The City of El Paso is inviting residents to join the Environmental Services Department in celebrating Earth Day this year with virtual events this week. “Traditionally, Earth Day has been celebrated with an in-person event including local and sustainable vendors, businesses, music, and family friendly activities,” organizers shared. “Due to COVID-19 it has been a […]Read More

City of El Paso Department of Public Health to halt

Tuesday evening, officials with the City of El Paso announced that they have stopped administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine following today’s recommendation from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Texas Department of State Health Services. “For those that have received the Johnson and […]Read More

City of El Paso, TTUHSC El Paso partner to offer

In recognition of National Oral Cancer Awareness Month, the City of El Paso Department of Public Health (DPH) and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso) are joining efforts with the region’s health care organizations to reduce the incidence and mortality of oral cancer and save lives. “Improving oral and oropharyngeal […]Read More

City of El Paso, Hospitals of Providence partner to continue

Officials with the City of El Paso announced Sunday afternoon that a successful COVID-19 infusion treatment will continue thanks to a partnership with The Hospitals of Providence. According to officials, for nearly four months the city – along with the State of Texas, the Border Regional Advisory Council (BorderRAC) and local health providers –  have […]Read More

City of El Paso to begin new Traffic Control Program

City of El Paso and its partners, including customs officials on both sides of the border and industry stakeholders, announced Friday that they have developed a solution to help reduce congestion on Loop 375 and adjacent roadways near the Ysleta Port of Entry. Starting Monday, March 22, 2021, the City of El Paso will begin […]Read More