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    PSB Vacancy

    The Public Service Board is accepting applications for one vacancy. Applicants must have education and professional expertise in the field of law, health, science, education, political science, training in research or public information and ... Read More

    El Paso, TX 2017 State Legislative Priorities


    Emergency Relief Efforts from Flooding in Texas

    The City of El Paso is assisting with emergency relief efforts from the unprecedented flooding in Southeast Texas. Read More

    Multipurpose Performing Art and Entertainment Center

    Learn more about the Multipurpose Performing Art and Entertainment Center (MPC), a signature project approved by voters as part of the 2012 Quality of Life Bond program. Read More

Press Releases

    Community Crime Map Available to Citizens

    Police Department
    The El Paso Police Department has numerous ways for the public to access crime information...

    Crimes Against Persons is Seeking the Assistance

    Police Department
    The Crimes Against Persons (CAP) unit continues to investigation the death of 26-year old Devon Leatherbury...

    Two New West Nile Virus Cases Brings Total to 13

    Public Health
    El PASO, Texas – Two new confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in two El Paso men brings the total number of cases in El Paso to 13 so far this season. The new cases involve a man in his 70’s who lives in the Mission Valley and a man in his early 60’s who lives on the city’s eastside. Both have reported underlying medical conditions. Health officials credit local health care providers for properly identifying cases and following through with reporting this notifiable disease.

    Man Charged with Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child

    Police Department
    The El Paso Police Department’s Crimes Against Children (CAC) unit has arrested an El Paso man on charges of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child on Friday, September 15, 2017...

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Community Meetings

    Paseo del Sol Park Improvements

    Installation Bike Lanes on Escondido Drive

    Isela Rubalcava Extension

    Installation of Bike Lanes on High Ridge Drive

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