• January 16, 2021

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Video+Story: El Paso a Finalist for $1m Bloomberg Philanthropies Public

Wednesday morning, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced that the City of El Paso has been selected as a finalist to potentially receive up to $1 million as part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge, a program that aims to foster creative collaboration, address civic issues, and support local economies through public art. More than 200 cities […]Read More

Council Approves $400k+ for Consulting Group to Help Develop Plan

On Tuesday, the City Council approved a contract with Stantec Consulting Services, who will assist city officials in developing a plan to provide the framework for managing growth citywide, particularly on the Eastside. “El Paso is growing and meeting our growth challenges means we need to be ready to maintain and expand municipal services and infrastructure […]Read More

City of El Paso Earns Governor’s Achievement Award for Performance

The City of El Paso was recognized this week with the 2018 Texas Award for Performance Excellence Achievement recognized by the Quality Texas Foundation. “El Paso continues to shine in Texas, nationally and internationally as a leader among leaders,” said Mayor Dee Margo. “The recognition further reinforces our stature and strategic direction.” This recognition is […]Read More

City Recognized for “Ask Laura” App

The City of El Paso was recognized as a 2018 Best of Texas Awards Winner by the Center for Digital Government at the annual Texas Digital Government Summit. “Ask Laura,” the City of El Paso’s virtual information officer, was recognized as the Best Application Serving the Public. The Center for Digital Government identified the customizable […]Read More

City Announces 16 Intersections to Get Traffic Lights

Commuters in far East El Paso now have a new signalized intersection to assist with traffic management and enhance roadway safety. The intersection of Rich Beem and Pebble Hills is the first of 16 intersections getting traffic signals as part of the City’s commitment to invest in mobility and enhance its regional comprehensive transportation system. […]Read More

City Attends Summit in Houston To Boost Trade Opportunities with

The City of El Paso and its partners at the Borderplex Alliance were among dozens of development, policy and business leaders gathering in Houston this week at the Japan-Texas Economic Summit to foster connections and expand trade. “Effective economic development is about relationships. To be successful at attracting new companies to our region we must […]Read More

City Appoints Robert Cortinas Chief Financial Officer

On Tuesday, the City of El Paso anounced the appointment of Robert Cortinas as Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately. “Mr. Cortinas has gained valuable knowledge in operations and finance during his time with the City,” said City Manager Tommy Gonzalez. “I am confident he will continue doing an excellent job in maintaining continuity in financial […]Read More