• April 19, 2021

Tags : 2012 Quality of Life Bond

City hosting Main Library Renovation workshop November 16

The City of El Paso Departments of Capital Improvement and Public Libraries are inviting residents to a workshop to share their thoughts on the renovation concepts for the Main Library in downtown. The improvements are part of the first phase of a project to deliver on the voter-approved Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC), a signature […]Read More

City’s Neighborhood Improvement Program Now Accepting Applications for Projects

Applications are now being accepted for the 4th round of competitive public small-scale neighborhood improvement projects. Applications will be accepted from January 4 through April 9. The 2012 Quality of Life Bond included $10 million for physical improvement projects under the Neighborhood Improvement Program (NIP), which is open on scheduled funding cycles. The NIP provides […]Read More

El Paso Zoo breaks ground on new Wildlife Amphitheater

A flighted bird show will soon be coming to the El Paso Zoo, thanks to a new amphitheater.  Wednesday morning, the El Paso Zoo began construction on a wildlife amphitheater, which will host this new attraction with new animals. Mayor Oscar Leeser was joined by community members and Zoo officials to officially break ground on the […]Read More

City approves downtown land purchase for Children’s Museum

The City of El Paso has found a home for the Children’s Museum, one of three signature projects of the 2012 Quality of Life Bond program. City Council on Tuesday approved purchasing the maintenance facility of Greyhound Lines, Inc. at 201 W. Main St. at a price of $1.27 million plus the cost of demolishing […]Read More