• October 27, 2020

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Annual Public Art Plan adopted by El Paso City Council

During Tuesday’s regular City Council meeting, members adopted the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department annual Public Art Plan for the City of El Paso. “The success of public art has allowed the city to enhance local communities and neighborhoods through artwork that become landmarks and sources of pride,” said Quality of Life Deputy City Manager […]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

City Council Goes on the Road, Tuesday’s Meeting to be

To make it easier for the community to participate in municipal government, the next regular City Council meeting on January 22, will be held away from City Hall. “We want to encourage civic participation, and this is a great opportunity for the residents of the northeast to attend a City Council meeting in their neighborhood,” […]Read More

City Council Candidate Charged with Family Violence

A candidate for City Council District 5  was arrested on suspicion of family violence after a confrontation with his girlfriend while campaigning with their infant child in late August. According to El Paso County Jail records, Kizito Ekechukwu was arrested by El Paso Police on Sunday, August 26 and posted a $2,500 bond the following […]Read More

Council Approves Amendment to Water Conservation Ordinance

On Tuesday, El Paso City Council unanimously approved to amend the current Water Conservation Ordinance to improve water conservation at City Parks while maintaining healthy turf at city parks. “These changes will increase efficiencies with irrigation and the maintenance of our parks that our community demands and deserves; while also being smarter on how we use […]Read More

City Council Approves FY 2019 Budget

On Tuesday, the City Council unanimously approved a $989.3 million budget for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 budget. “The approved budget reflects continued efforts in balancing the present and future needs of the City,” said Mayor Dee Margo. “With the Council’s and city staff’s assistance, we will continue to provide for the level of services […]Read More