• January 15, 2021

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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

El Paso Housing Market Recognized as “One of the Most

On Wednesday, officials with the City of El Paso announced that the city has received national attention for its affordable housing market by two national organizations: Realtor.com and MSNBC. “The recognition of our strong and affordable housing market shows the economic growth of our city and how El Paso continues to move forward as an […]Read More

City of El Paso Appoints New Director for International Bridges

The City of El Paso is pleased to announce the appointment of David Coronado, as Director of the International Bridges Department. His appointment is effective immediately. “The economic growth of El Paso and our region is heavily dependent on our binational community.  Commencing in 2015, the City has taken a new approach in the management […]Read More

Eaton to Open Manufacturing Operation in El Paso

Wednesday morning, officials with the Borderplex Alliance, The City of El Paso, and The County of El Paso announced that Eaton, a worldwide power management company, is opening a manufacturing operation in El Paso. Dee Margo, Mayor, City of El Paso, said, “Eaton Corporation will be an exceptional addition to our local business community. In […]Read More

IEDC Awards City ‘Silver Award’ for Regional Economic Development Strategy

The City of El Paso’s Economic and International Development Department received a Silver Award for Regionalism and Cross-border Collaboration from the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), the largest organization of professional economic developers. “El Paso has always been a leader in promoting regionalism and collaboration. Not only is this because of our geographic proximity to […]Read More

New Franchise Fee for Electric Bills Starts October 2018

In March of 2018, the City of El Paso and El Paso Electric (EPE), came to an agreement to increase the City of El Paso franchise fee to electric bills for residents and businesses within El Paso city limits. The one percent increase will begin October 1, 2018, and will be reflected on bills as […]Read More

City: $1M in CDBG Funding Available for Neighborhood Improvements in

The City of El Paso announced on Thursday that they will allocate $1 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to improve low-and moderate-income neighborhoods in Districts 3 and 5. Each targeted district will receive $500,000 for needed improvements in their neighborhoods. Via a news release, city officials stated, “CDBG’s main purpose is to […]Read More

Philip Etiwe Selected as Director of Planning and Inspections

On Sunday, the City of El Paso announced the selection of Philip Etiwe as Director of Planning and Inspections. “We are excited to welcome Philip to help lead a City department that plays a critical role in the advancement and growth of our community,” said City Manager Tommy Gonzalez. “Having previously worked for the City […]Read More

City Snags $20,000 Competitive Grant Award

The Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund announced the City of El Paso will receive the $20,000 CityStart initiative planning grant to identify and plan for financial empowerment strategic priorities. ”The City of El Paso is committed to creating an environment supportive of financial stability for the most vulnerable in our community,” stated Director of Community […]Read More

City Awarded $100K Grant to Support Growth of Local Minority-Owned

El Paso is one of five cities selected for this year’s expanded City Accelerator program, an initiative helping communities create jobs by growing their network of local minority-owned local businesses. El Paso and other cities chosen to participate in the program by the Citi Foundation and Living Cities will receive a $100,000 grant and other […]Read More