• September 26, 2020

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City adopts new Fiscal Year 2021 Budget with No Increase

El Paso City Council voted Tuesday to adopt a reduced operating budget and tax rate for Fiscal Year 2021 that focuses on essential services while providing vital tax relief to homeowners and businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The City had to make a lot of difficult choices due to the health crisis’ impact on our […]Read More

City officials remind residents of tax deadline

On Monday, officials with the City of El Paso reminded residents that deadline to pay 2019 property taxes is just two weeks away. This year’s deadline is Friday, January 31, 2020. Taxpayers are encouraged to pay before the deadline to avoid delinquent penalties and interest. Property tax bills may also be printed by visiting the […]Read More

City: Property Tax Deadline Around the Corner

The deadline to pay 2018 property taxes is Thursday, January 31, 2019. Taxpayers are encouraged to pay before the deadline to avoid delinquent penalties and interest. Property tax bills may also be printed by visiting the Tax Office website and selecting “Pay Your Taxes.” For more information, visit the city’s website, email citytaxoffice@elpasotexas.gov, or call […]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