Jim Tolbert has been a community and environmental activist. He served on El Paso’s Parks and Recreation Board, the Building Standards Commission and the Open Space Advisory Board. He helped found the Newman Park Neighborhood Association and is its immediate past President. Tolbert was President of the Board of the West Texas Urban Forestry Council and served on the Board of Eco El Paso. He successfully led an initiative petition campaign which resulted in the preservation of 800 acres in Northwest El Paso. 

A 1970 graduate of Austin High School, Jim is also a graduate of Texas Tech University and the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest. He is committed to the citizens of District 2 and will represent all interests of this large District that stretches from Montana and I-10 to Hondo Pass and from the mountain to Railroad Drive and to the north of Bassett Place.

COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Date: Thursday, March 16
Time: 6pm
Place: 5415 Trowbridge


Representative - Jim Tolbert
  300 N. Campbell
  El Paso, Texas 79901
  Phone: (915) 212-0002
  Fax: (915) 212-0012