• October 20, 2020

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City to hold public meetings on 2019 Public Safety Bond

Officials with the City of El Paso announced Tuesday a series of public meeting where they will be presenting information on the proposed 2019 Public Safety Bond scheduled to be on the November 5, 2019 ballot. Via a news release, officials said the proposed bond is the “City’s plan to use voter approved bonds to […]Read More

City receives $50k grant from Citi Foundation

The Purchasing and Strategic Sourcing Department is proud to announce being selected as one of the ten cities participating in the sixth-cohort of the City Accelerator initiative on Inclusive Procurement by the Citi Foundation and Living Cities. “As El Paso’s economy continues to thrive, ensuring an open and inclusive process for business owners seeking to […]Read More

City holds Community Development Week Kick Off Event

Officials with the City of El Paso and dignitaries are inviting the public out for the kick-off event for Community Development Week. The Department of Community and Human Development (DCHD) and District 1, City Representative Peter Svarzbein invites the public to kick-off of National Community Development (CD) Week, by attending a rededication and neighborhood block […]Read More

Project Vida Receives $135K for Micro-Business Economic Development

Thanks to the participation of several local businesses, foundations and government, Project Vida‘s Microenterprise Technical Assistance Program (MTAP) has been funded to the tune of $135,000. GECU, El Paso Electric, WestStar Bank, Hunt Family Foundation, United Way of El Paso County and the City of El Paso all contributed a to Project Vida’s MTAP – the […]Read More

Quality Texas Foundation Honors City of El Paso with Statewide

The City of El Paso has earned the Texas Award for Performance Excellence (TAPE), from the Quality Texas Foundation (QTF), which recognizes organizations for sustained performance excellence across seven key categories. “The Texas Award for Performance Excellence affirms that El Paso is one of the top performing, most efficient organizations in Texas, and among the […]Read More

City of El Paso Offers Funding for the Development of

On Thursday, officials with the City of El Paso’s Department of Community and Human Development announced funding availability for the development of affordable rental housing of investor and non-profit-owned properties. The Department’s Housing Programs Division is offering Gap Financing up to $1 million per development for the rehabilitation, construction, or reconstruction of affordable rental housing. […]Read More

City Invites Public to Guide City Budget Priorities via Online

The City is inviting residents and businesses to help guide the community’s priorities for the next fiscal year by participating in its annual “Chime In” survey. “Engaging the public early on in the budget process is a best management practice and it allows us to make investments that align with priorities identified by the community […]Read More

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

El Paso Featured in Alaska Airlines Travel Magazine

The City of El Paso continues to receive national attention, this time Alaska Airlines is introducing travelers to the wonders of the Sun City with a feature article in its in-flight magazine, Alaska Beyond. “We all know El Paso has so much to offer from our 300 days of sunshine to our cultural amenities including […]Read More