Office of Resilience & Sustainability
The City of El Paso Office of Sustainability was established in 2007 to develop, coordinate, and support city-wide sustainability goals and initiatives.
This office helps foster a culture of sustainability by supporting residents, businesses, and community organizations reduce their waste, decrease their energy usage, and overall lead more sustainable lives.
Ultimately, we are looking to efficiently preserve our resources while saving taxpayer dollars.
In December 2013, El Paso was selected to join the 100 Resilient Cities Network and was given direct funding to hire a Chief Resilience Officer. With this new direction and support, the Office of Resilience and Sustainability was formed in December 2014, built on the strong foundation of the Office of Sustainability.
Health + Wellness Resilient City Roundtable
Wednesday, April 29 2015 | 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Sierra Providence East Medical Center (3280 Joe Battle Boulevard) and it will take place in the Rock Room
Join us as we develop our resilience strategy! We are building on resilience strategy based on community input and perceptions. For more information, please email us at ORS@elpasotexas.gov.
More upcoming events.
Help us develop our Resilience Plan by attending on of the many roundtable discussions happening throughout the month of May! Community input is extremely important for a successful plan, so we welcome your thoughts and expertise. To learn more about the Resilient City Roundtables, please email us or check out our events page.
Zoo Doo Compost Pilot
A Waste Reuse Compost Pilot was approved by our City Council to allow our Zoo department to divert 800 - 1000 pounds of herbivore waste to a local compost facility instead of sending it to the City's landfill! Learn more.
Green Business Challenge
Join us for the third year of our Green Business Challenge! We welcome all businesses, large and small, to challenge themselves to reduce their energy and join the forty other businesses also committed to learning more about how they can “go green!” Learn more.