• June 20, 2021

Tags : city

City Completes Review of Initiative Petitions on TIRZ, MACC and

The City of El Paso has completed its review of signatures submitted for two separate initiative petitions filed with the City Clerk’s office on November 5, 2018. Community members submitted two petitions, one related to Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones, and the other petition related to Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC) and the Multipurpose Performing Arts and […]Read More

City Approves Final Scope of Work, Budget for Paseo De

Construction will soon being on improvements to Paseo De Las Luces, an iconic corridor in the heart of El Paso’s Downtown Shopping District that has long served as a gateway welcoming international travelers. On Tuesday, City Council approved a resolution increasing the project’s budget to $6.4 million to cover an expanded scope of work. The […]Read More

City Warns About New Phishing Scam Attempt Targeting Vendors

The City of El Paso is warning vendors about what appears to be new phishing scam targeting vendors and involving suspicious email and a fake website. A vendor recently contacted City staff and indicated the company received a suspicious email that looked like it came from the City of El Paso. The email requested that […]Read More

Video: Your City in 5: December 9th

Rick Isaias has the scoop on the new Alameda Brio that recently broke ground. Plus, there’s an exciting video that showcases all the events from the Downtown Holiday Fiesta including WinterFest and San Jacinto lighting ceremony. In addition, there’s information on all the festive events sponsored by the City of El Paso including Parks and […]Read More