• September 29, 2020

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City Council to Seek Alternate Site for the Mexican American

On Tuesday, El Paso City Council voted to look at alternative ways to deliver the voter-approved Mexican American Cultural Center (MACC). Council reached this decision after the City and Mexican American Cultural Institute (MACI) were unable to come to an agreement on the terms of the memorandum of understanding proposed by MACI. As part of […]Read More

City Approves Agreement that will Help Revitalize Historic Paso del

The revitalization efforts in downtown continue as the El Paso City Council today approved an incentive agreement that will revitalize one of downtown’s most significant historic structures, the Hotel Paso del Norte (formerly known as the Camino Real). The development was made possible by the City’s effort to work with our state delegation to obtain […]Read More

Busy Tuesday as City Council Approves Several Key Contracts, Parking

From tax incentives for a new downtown hotel, to park construction and parking, members of the El Paso City Council have a very busy Tuesday. First, City Council members approved a Chapter 380 Economic Incentive Agreement with Hotel Sancho Panza LLC for the development of a downtown Marriott Courtyard Urban hotel. The multi-million dollar development […]Read More

UPDATE: City releases Baseball Stadium financing documents

City Council today voted to waive their attorney-client privilege and share with the city manager and the general public a report related to the sale of bonds for the ballpark. Click HERE to view the entire report. With a separate vote, Council also approved releasing documents related to the city soliciting requests for qualifications for […]Read More

El Paso City Council meetings to be held every 2

Beginning January 12, 2016 El Paso City Council meetings will be held every two weeks at 8 a.m. on Tuesdays. In the November 3, 2015 Charter Election, voters approved a modification to the City’s Municipal Charter to have City Council meetings every two weeks instead of the usual weekly meeting. Council meetings will continue to be held at […]Read More

City set to save $570k after review of phone, internet

The City of El Paso is set to save $570,000 from an employee-led Lean Six Sigma project related to processes for initiating and terminating phone and Internet services for city staff. “The Lean Six Sigma process gave our team access to tools and resources which allowed us to bring about meaningful change,” said Roman Sanchez, […]Read More