• January 16, 2021

Tags : downtown

DMD Survey Results: Community Support of Downtown Progress Grows

The results are in for the Downtown Management District (DMD) fourth annual downtown survey conducted during the entire month of July, 2018. “We value what our stakeholders and the general public thinks of the DMD and downtown. I’m pleased to see that the community continues to recognize the progress being made. It’s vital we don’t […]Read More

DMD Announces New Downtown Bike Rack Program

The El Paso Downtown Management District (DMD) has developed a program to increase the number of bike racks in the downtown community to benefit the property and business owners in addition to cyclists. “As Downtown El Paso becomes more bicycle friendly, we wanted to come up with a simple process that allows for the request […]Read More

First Applicant for Downtown Mural Grant Completes Work

On April 27, 2017, the Downtown Management District Board of Directors approved its first grant application under the recently created Downtown Mural Grant Program. The applicants, Madhi and Priya Nair of Hotel Indigo located at 325 North Kansas Street, were awarded up to $3,431.10 for the $7,256.66 project that is located at the hotel’s garage […]Read More

Texas Trost Society Announces Major Events for Downtown El Paso

The Texas Trost Society is launching an exhibition in the ground-level windows of some of Downtown El Paso’s greatest treasures. Exhibits will be placed in the display windows of the Plaza Hotel (1930), Kress Building (1937), and Roberts-Banner Building (1910). The ribbon-cutting will be Saturday, October 1st at 10:00 a.m. in Pioneer Plaza; and the exhibits […]Read More

Second Annual DMD Survey Results Released; Downtown’s Image Improving

The Downtown Management District (DMD) conducted their second annual downtown survey during the entire month of July 2016. The DMD utilizes the unscientific survey to gauge the opinions of downtown property owners, business owners, employees, visitors and the general public on the present and future state of downtown, in addition to the performance of the […]Read More