• January 22, 2022

Tags : el paso snow

COVID-19 State Testing Sites closed due to inclement weather

Officials with the City of El Paso announced Sunday morning that State testing locations will be closed today, Sunday, February 14 and Monday, February 15 due to inclement weather. State testing sites will resume regular hours on Tuesday, February 16. The following State sites, regularly open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Sunday, […]Read More

Wednesday Winter Weather: delays, cancellations and information

This story will serve as an on-going update with information regarding area closures, delays or other weather-related information as Wednesday’s (February 12th) winter storm moves through the area. City of El Paso Delayed Start for City of El Paso Employees and Municipal Courts Due to winter weather conditions, City of El Paso’s non-essential staff will […]Read More

City provides update on services, response to storm

As the winter storm rolls out the City of El Paso will be clearing streets, launching clean-up efforts and resuming non-essential services. Travel Sun Metro will resume normal operating hours on Monday, Dec. 28. Customers are urged to arrive a few minutes early to their bus stops, terminals or transfer centers in case routes experience […]Read More

TxDoT warns of hazardous driving conditions in El Paso and

Hazardous driving conditions continue across the El Paso District which includes Brewster, Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties. “The safety of the traveling public is a TxDOT priority, and we respond to snow and ice situations as quickly as possible,” said Bob Bielek, El Paso District Engineer. “Our maintenance crews work around […]Read More

City shares list of closures due to winter storm

Some City of El Paso services are experiencing delays or closures today due to the snowfall accumulation from the winter storm that has swept into the area. Travel Sun Metro is operating today on its regular Sunday schedule. Some routes are experiencing delays. Customers are urged to arrive a few minutes early to their bus […]Read More

City’s Response to Winter Storm

The City of El Paso has been working steadily to clear and treat roadways blanketed with snow and sleet. Street and Maintenance Department crews worked overnight and resumed salting and treating major roadways before sunrise today. Crews have been working throughout this weather event with priority given to arterial roadways, bridges and overpasses, particularly those […]Read More

The Motoring Life: Parked in Memory Lane for an El

Having grown up in North Dakota as a kid, Christmas in El Paso just wasn’t the same. The biggest difference is the lack of snow – and I don’t mean the 1-2 inches that closes the city down – I mean 2-3 feet of build-a-snow-fort-that-rivals-the-rebel-base-on-Hoth-SNOW. But I’ve grown to realize that snow and freezing temperatures […]Read More