COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT 

The primary objective of the Community Development Block Grant Program is to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income. 

Accordingly, the majority of the City of El Paso’s CDBG projects are designed to contribute to the revitalization of low and moderate income neighborhoods.

Improving housing and neighborhood facilities such as parks, community centers, senior citizen centers, libraries, and streets, help revitalize neighborhoods by assuring needed services and strengthening sense of Community pride.

CDBG FUNDED 1 - BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS - WITH BORDER
CDBG FUNDED 10 - HOUSING DIVISION
CDBG FUNDED 11 - LOWER DYER NRSA
CDBG FUNDED 12 - NOLAN RICHARDSON
CDBG FUNDED 13 - PECAN GROVE PARK
CDBG FUNDED 14 - ARMIJO POOL
CDBG FUNDED 15 - RUBY COATS PARK - MONTOYA
CDBG FUNDED 16 - THE COMMONS
EL BARRIO
EL BARRIO
CDBG FUNDED 2 - BORDERLAND PARK
CDBG FUNDED 3 - CHAMIZAL CLEAN UP
CDBG FUNDED 4 - CHILD CRISIS CENTER
CDBG FUNDED 5 - DE VARGAS PARK
CDBG FUNDED 6 - DESERT ROSE APARTMENTS
CDBG FUNDED 7 - EXAMPLES OF CDBG Funded Projects
CDBG FUNDED 8 - FGP
CDBG FUNDED 9 - GUILLEN TRACK AND FIELD

Community and Human Development
801 Texas Ave., 3rd Floor
El Paso, Texas 79901

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


CDBG Administration
(915) 212-0138

Housing Services Division
(915) 212-0139

Neighborhood Services
(915) 212-1682

Empowerment Zone
(915) 212-1675

Foster Grandparent Program
(915) 212-1683

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
(915) 212-1683