City Charter Amendments
For the first time since 2007 the City of El Paso is proposing amendments to the City Charter. In order to amend the City Charter voters will have to approve the changes during the next regular municipal election scheduled for May 11, 2013.
For a complete review of the Charter Amendment presentation and information in English & Spanish visit the City’s website at www.elpasotexas.gov
and click on “City Charter.”
The City of El Paso has completed the relocation of City Hall. The City mailed out informational postcards (please see below) to inform every household and business about the current relocation of City departments. The postcard lists the new location of each department, along with the department’s phone number.
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New Move! El Paso Trails Preparing to Launch!
During the month of May, the Move! El Paso Trails of the Department of Public Health will launch 10 new trails at 6 different locations throughout the City. Move! El Paso trails are made possible though funding from the Department of State Health Services in partnership with the City Departments of Transportation and parks and Recreations, and community partners including, Del Sol medical Center, Town and Country and Chamizal Neighborhoods, the Pan American Health Organization and others.
KICK OFF SCHEDULE AND LOCATIONS:
TECH2O WATER RESOURCES LEARNING CENTER
El Paso Water Utilities’ TecH2O Center is the place to go to learn about El Paso’s plants, animals and water resources. This educational complex features interactive exhibits, displays and demonstration gardens that appeal to visitors of all ages. Staff also offers workshops on a variety of topics.
Located at 10751 Montana Ave. in East El Paso, the TecH2O Center exhibit hall is open to visitors on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There is no admission charge.
For registration or information about El Paso Water Utilities and TecH2
O events, call 621-2000 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Environmental Services Department
City Neighborhoods to Participate in Great American Cleanup
Dozens of volunteer are coming together to pick up trash and litter for the annual Great American Cleanup. The City of El Paso through the Environmental Services Department is participating in the country’s largest organized clean-up effort. It is scheduled locally from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27th.
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