• October 28, 2020

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Your City in 5: San Jacinto Plaza set to Open

In today’s ‘Your City in 5’, we have the information on the newly renovated San Jacinto Plaza. It details what the plaza has to over and all the unique features people can expect. The video also highlights other of quality of life projects and free mulch for residents. For more information on all of these […]Read More

City Names Deputy City Manager to Oversee Public Works

The City of El Paso announced on Friday the addition of longtime engineer Khalil Zaied as the newest member of its Leadership Team. Mr. Zaied currently serves as the Deputy City Mayor of Operations for the City of Baltimore, a position he was appointed to by the Mayor of Baltimore. Baltimore is a municipality with a […]Read More

Your City in 5: Barron Park, New Wolf at the

In this week’s Your City in 5, new information on the opening of Barron Park in Northeast El Paso and a new animal at the El Paso Zoo. There is also information on the “Huachas” tournament that is part of the 2016 El Paso Senior games. Your City in 5 provides a weekly snapshot of your […]Read More

Your City in 5: Planes, Pets and More!

In this week’s update, you will find information on a new airline at the El Paso International Airport that will provide $49 non-stop flights from El Paso to Orlando, Florida. Plus, the City’s new commitment to fix El Paso streets and an upcoming pet adoption promotion at the City’s animal shelter. Your City in 5 […]Read More

City Earns Prestigious Award for Excellence in Government Budgeting

The City of El Paso has once again received the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Distinguished Budget Presentation Award. The Office of Management and Budget has been lauded by the GFOA for its budget practices for 22 consecutive years. The Budget Awards Program established more than 30 years ago is designed to encourage governments to […]Read More

Your City in 5: Spring Break Edition

In today’s video you will find information on all the Spring Break 2016 activities provided by the City of El Paso. There is also information on free tax preparation and the citation amnesty program. Plus, a look at table tennis at the El Paso Senior GamesRead More

City set to save $570k after review of phone, internet

The City of El Paso is set to save $570,000 from an employee-led Lean Six Sigma project related to processes for initiating and terminating phone and Internet services for city staff. “The Lean Six Sigma process gave our team access to tools and resources which allowed us to bring about meaningful change,” said Roman Sanchez, […]Read More