• September 27, 2020

Tags : el paso growth

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

Dallas Fed: El Paso’s 2016 Job Growth Outpaced Texas, Nation

While political talk stoked fears of the border, security and jobs for most of 2016, a recently-released report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas showed El Paso once again out-performed both state and national averages for job growth and economic activity. According to the report, while El Paso’s economic activity expanded modestly, the area created jobs […]Read More

Latest UTEP Economic Forecast Points to Slow Growth along Border

El Paso can expect a slight uptick in demographic and economic growth in the next few years, according to the latest economic outlook report created by The University of Texas at El Paso’s Border Region Modeling Project (BRMP). New residents will purchase and register more automobiles, adding to the number of vehicles on the roads, […]Read More