• October 19, 2020

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City updates on Businesses’ Pledge To Safety program

Thursday morning, city officials shared that more than 90 local businesses have taken the Pledge to Safety as a way to further protect the health of their employees and customers; and help keep businesses open. “Local businesses have shown amazing adaptability, resilience and patience during this unprecedented time, and understand that if we as a […]Read More

City invites Local Businesses to take the ‘Pledge of Safety’

On Monday, officials with the City of El Paso invited local business owners to take the Pledge to Safety as a way to further protect the health of their employees and customers. “Local businesses have shown amazing adaptability, resilience and patience during this unprecedented time,” said Jessica Herrera, Economic Development Director. “As El Paso gradually begins to reopen, […]Read More

Gallery+Story: WBAMC, City of El Paso work together to stop

William Beaumont Army Medical Center is working with the El Paso Health Department in order to test the COVID-19 swabs taken from those suspected of being infected with COVID-19, under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief Act of 1988 and the Center for Disease Control Laboratory Response Network. The Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and […]Read More

City announces new Public-Private Partnership for Regional Public Health Response

Thursday morning, officials with the City of El Paso, in partnership with the Medical Center of the Americas Foundation (MCA) and the Paso del Norte Health Foundation (PDNHF) announced the creation of the COVID-19 Enhanced Regional Public Health Partnership. Officials share that this new public-private partnership aims to improve communication and coordination between public sector officials, […]Read More

UTEP, City sign agreement to allow employees to assist with

A new agreement between The University of Texas at El Paso and the City of El Paso will enable UTEP faculty and staff to assist the city’s Department of Public Health in identifying cases of the novel coronavirus. The El Paso City Council approved the 12-month interlocal agreement on March 31, 2020. Per the agreement, the […]Read More

Texan by Nature Announces 2020 Conservation Wranglers; Paso del Norte

On Wednesday morning, officials with Texan by Nature (TxN), a Texas-led conservation non-profit, announced the selection of the 2020 Conservation Wranglers – including the new Paso del Norte Trail in El Paso. “Every year, Texan by Nature shines a light on conservation stewards and their efforts to take care of the state I’m proud to call home,” […]Read More

City of El Paso, Sun Metro awarded $28.22 million Federal

On Friday, officials with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced a $28.22 million grant award for the City of El Paso’s Montana Rapid Transit System Corridor Project. “I am so pleased to share that El Paso is the recipient of a major federal funding award,” Mayor Dee Margo said. “This multi-million dollar FTA grant will […]Read More

El Paso hosts 2020 All Mexico-U.S. Sister Cities Summit this

The All Mexico-U.S. Sister Cities Summit, which connects mayors, municipal officials, business leaders, academics, and civic leaders from El Paso and Juárez, will take place February 26 through February 28. This fourth in a series of bi-national summits is designed to strengthen Sister City relationships. “This gathering will showcase the importance of binational friendship and […]Read More

Technology Hub, Pioneers 21’s ‘Bridge Accelerator 2020’ Open for Enrollment

Officials with Technology Hub and Pioneers 21, in partnership with Microsoft, announced the launch the second edition of The Bridge Accelerator – Binational Supplier Development Program. “We are proud to announce the second edition of Bridge Accelerator,” said Ricardo Mora of The Bridge Organizing Committee. “We appreciate the support of Microsoft, Transtelco, Tecma Group, Chihuahua’s Economic […]Read More

City of El Paso Capital Improvement Program offers sneak preview

Via a social media post, officials with the City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Program gave residents a sneak peak of the water parks now under construction around the city. One of the featured photos is of the much-anticipated wave rider machine that is currently under construction at the Oasis water park. Next Summer, the City […]Read More