• September 23, 2021

Tags : Capital Improvement Department

City Council Votes to Move Funds to Accelerate, Complete Promised

On Monday, City Council approved a recommendation by the Capital Improvement Department to allow the reprogramming of remaining capital improvement funds to keep advancing planned improvements to parks, streets and public safety. “Bottom line is we are being fiscally responsible,” Capital Improvement Department Director Sam Rodriguez said. “By actively managing the Capital Improvement Program we […]Read More

Public Input Needed on Art Component for Joey Barraza and

The City of El Paso’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Department and the Capital Improvement Department are inviting the public to a community meeting to discuss the public art component for the Joey Barraza and Vino Memorial Park in Northeast El Paso. Tim Watkins and Carol May, of May + Watkins Design, will present previous installations […]Read More

Streets to Close for Work on Manhattan Heights Archway Project

Starting Monday, June 18, 2018, the City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department has scheduled temporary closure of Piedras Street at its intersection with San Jose Avenue. The closure will allow for the installation of the Manhattan Heights Archway at the intersection, and is necessary to allow construction crews to complete their work efficiently and […]Read More

Community Meeting for Downtown Wayfinding Kiosks Project Wednesday Night

The City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department has scheduled a community meeting to inform the public of the Downtown Wayfinding Phase II project. This project includes the installation of 13 Wayfinding Kiosks to enhance the pedestrian experience in the City’s downtown shopping, entertainment and cultural districts. The meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May […]Read More

City releases evaluation report of Capital Improvement Department

The City of El Paso has released the results of a long-awaited report examining the city’s Capital Improvement Department which includes short-term and long-term recommendations to improve the operation of the department and the delivery of projects. The report, which was produced by the nationally recognized engineering firm of Freese and Nichols, was presented on […]Read More

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