Press Releases

  • 10th Traffic Fatality of 2017

    2/26/2017

    Special Traffic Investigations officers responded to assist with the investigation of a fatal collision at Gateway E. and Giles...

  • ESD reminds residents to be cautious with recycling bins on windy days

    2/24/2017

    With heavy winds expected for the region, the City of El Paso Environmental Services Department (ESD) would like to remind residents not to place blue recycling bins out for collection if they are less than half-full...

  • STI Investigates Fatal NE Collision

    2/23/2017

    The Special Traffic Investigations (STI) unit of the El Paso Police Department responded to assist Northeast Patrol with a collision that involved a motor vehicle and a pedestrian Wednesday afternoon...

  • Car Thief Victimizing Sellers on Craigslist

    2/23/2017

    Auto Theft Task Force (ATTF) officers arrested a man who had recently stolen two cars that had been posted for sale on Craigslist...

  • The City of El Paso is Accepting Applications for El Paso Police Trainee

    2/23/2017

    The El Paso Police Department has opened the filing period for the positon of POLICE TRAINEE...

  • Department of Health Confirms First Flu-Related Death of the Season

    2/23/2017

    The City of El Paso Department of Public Health has recorded the first flu-related death in our area this season. The case involves a man in his 90’s who had underlying medical conditions. He tested positive for Influenza A, and it is not known if he had received a flu vaccine for this flu season.

  • Car Thief Victimizing Sellers on Craigslist

    2/23/2017

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  • Secure Vacant Properties

    2/23/2017

    El Paso, Texas – The El Paso Fire Department would like to remind the public that vacant properties, houses or commercial buildings that are empty or unoccupied, should be properly secured. Vacant properties that are secure and well maintained do not pose as much of a threat to public safety as properties that are open to unauthorized access. Securing vacant properties helps prevent fires and criminal activity.

  • UPDATE Individual Responsible for Saturday Morning Shooting in NE El Paso is Arrested by Gang Unit

    2/22/2017

    The El Paso Police Department’s Gang Unit has arrested the individual responsible for the shooting outside a Northeast El Paso Bar early Saturday...

  • Pebble Hills Arterial Lighting Project Starts Next Week

    2/22/2017

    Beginning the week of February 27th, 2017, the City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department will begin construction of the Pebble Hills Arterial Lighting project...