Arrive Alive campaign
The Arrive Alive campaign is a year-long initiative aimed at reducing traffic fatalities. The City of El Paso through its Department of Transportation (EPDoT) and the El Paso Police Department has teamed up the Texas Department of Public Safety, the University of Texas at El Paso and local school districts to boost traffic safety awareness outreach. The campaign throughout the year will highlight safety tips related to: motor vehicles, pedestrians, senior citizens, children, bicycles, buses, motorcycles, cell phone usage, and driving while intoxicated (DWI).
EEOP Utilization Report
The City of El Paso is committed to providing an employee workforce that reflects the community it serves and encourages all segments of the population to become involved with and seek employment in City government. Additionally, the City of El Paso is committed to equal employment opportunity and to ensuring that all employees have a work environment that is free of conduct that could be considered discriminatory or harassing based on an employee's protected status (i.e., race, color, religion/religious creed, sex/gender, pregnancy, marital status, age, national origin/ancestry, physical and/or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or status in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.) The City attempts to foster a fair and respectful treatment of employees and individuals interested in employment with the City. Finally, it is the policy of the City of El Paso to identify and remove artificial barriers to employment and promotion for all individuals and to attract and assist members of historically disadvantaged groups to qualify for employment and promotion. In keeping with the above,it is the policy of the City to select, develop, and promote applicants and employees based on objective measures without discrimination. Similarly, the City shall administer all other human resources matters, such as compensation, benefits,transfers and layoffs in accordance with this policy.
View a copy of this report: EEOP Report
Municipal Code 9.04.670 - Litter and illegal dumping prohibited.
No person shall dump, throw, drop, discard or otherwise dispose of litter on any public or private property within the city. This prohibition shall not be construed to limit persons placing litter in public receptacles or in authorized private receptacles in such a manner as to prevent it from being carried or deposited by the elements upon public or private property. To report Illegal Dumping please call Environmental Code Enforcement Division at 915-599-6290.
Code Compliance Services
Illegal Dumping Onto Land or Into Water
Intent To Picket
Both the U.S. and Texas Constitutions give citizens the right to assemble and protest in a lawful manner. The City of El Paso allows the public to picket so long as picketers comply with all laws applicable to pedestrians and proper permitting.
Peace Officer Involved Injury or Death Report
As required by Art. 2.139 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, law enforcement agencies shall report all officer-involved injuries or deaths caused by the discharge of a firearm. Pursuant to the requirements or Art. 2.139, the following reporting forms have been created for reporting such incidents:
Safe Communities Program
The Safe Communities Program is a program designed to collect and analyze data, and use the data to determine the locations for increased enforcement, provide increased community education and public awareness, and work with community leaders to reduce motor vehicle crashes and traffic incidents in El Paso.
Under Age Drinking Initiative - UADI
According to the UMC Safe Communities, every 19 minutes a teen dies as the result of an alcohol related crash in the United States. View the Initiative.
Wireless Communication Device Ordinance Clarification Fact Sheet
This fact sheet is meant to clarify any confusion regarding the recent passing of and enforcement of the Wireless Communication Device Ordinance.