• May 16, 2021

Tags : city of el paso

Council approves 3 Bond Ordinances, Refinances old debt

During Tuesday’s regular city council meeting, council members voted 6 to 2 to approve three bond ordinances, which officials say result in a savings of nearly $58 million, as well as allow the City to begin moving forward on public safety, streets, community health, and quality of life projects. “Today’s action by the City Council […]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

Fourth Cohort of Technology Hub, Pioneers 21’s Bridge Accelerator now

Officials with Technology Hub and Pioneers 21 announced Wednesday that enrollment is now open for the fourth cohort of The Bridge Accelerator – Binational Supplier Development Program.  Organizers share that small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) should apply quickly to participate, as applications are being accepted through March 23, 2021. “Through its first three cohorts, The Bridge […]Read More

City offers dental screenings to low income families

Wednesday, officials with the City of El Paso encouraged residents with and without dental insurance to consider scheduling an appointment at the Department of Public Health’s Rawlings Dental Clinic The clinic, located at 3301 Pera Avenue, offers pediatric dental services to individuals 6 months to 21 years of age. Appointments for routine and emergency treatment […]Read More

City of El Paso appoints new Managing Director for Internal

The City of El Paso announced Friday afternoon the appointment of Araceli Guerra as the new Managing Director for Internal Services. “Araceli is a dynamic, people-centered leader and a proven problem solver. She will aim to grow the synergies in workforce management systems, reinforce operational efficiencies and integrate system-wide enterprise solutions that will continue to […]Read More

City invites public to Virtual Meeting for input on ‘large

The City invites the community to a virtual meeting to learn about and provide feedback on large-scale public facility projects submitted by several agencies. Approximately $1.4 million of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds has been set aside by the City for large scale public facilities improvements that demonstrate a high community impact, benefit primarily […]Read More

City, local agencies partner to support minority, woman, and veteran-owned

The City of El Paso formalized partnership agreements Tuesday with local agencies that support business development and certifications for minority, woman, and veteran businesses in the El Paso area. “This project will allow the City of El Paso to develop a local business profile, identify and develop the infrastructure needed to establish a certification program, […]Read More

City’s EP Strong, COVID-19 Websites earn top honors nationwide

On Monday, City of El Paso officials shared that EP Strong website was named the Overall Winner of the Future Ready Award by the Center for Digital Government a national research and advisory institute focused on information technology policy and best practices in state and local government. “Earning this nationwide top honor demonstrates our commitment to providing the best to […]Read More

Video: Your City in 5 for Week ending September 26

Join host Rick Isaias as he brings you the latest news, events and more from around the city, including:  COVID-19 Case Increase due to Labor Day COVID-19 Testing Encouraged Financial Help Available for Struggling Small Businesses City Sports Leagues Resume YWCA Providing Free Childcare for Working Parents State of the City Address Held Virtually Final […]Read More

City’s Crossborder Study reveals trends, opportunity for economic growth

Tuesday afternoon, officials with the City of El Paso released the results of a study they undertook that looked at crossing trends at International Ports of Entry in the El Paso-Juárez region. “This study has given great insight into crossborder travel patterns that our region has been sorely lacking,” said Carlos Olmedo, PhD, Strategic Projects Manager […]Read More