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Family and friends throughout the region, state, and nation will say their final farewell to El Paso Police Chief Gregor...
01/26/2023

Family and friends throughout the region, state, and nation will say their final farewell to El Paso Police Chief Gregory K. Allen during several scheduled tribute and funeral services beginning tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 26.

What: Tribute to El Paso Police Chief Gregory K. Allen
When: 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, January 26, 2023 (Doors open at 5 p.m.)
Where: Judson F. Williams Convention Center (1 Civic Center Plaza)

Chief Allen will be lying-in-state, to allow the public to pay their respects. The remembrance ceremony will include guest speakers from 6 to 7 p.m. who will pay tribute to the late Chief of Police. Parking at the Convention Center and the Union Plaza Parking Garage will be free of charge.

The event will include an opportunity for members of the community to offer hand-written or electronic condolences to Chief Allen’s family. Electronic condolences for the family can be submitted at https://www2.elpasotexas.gov/chief-allen/.

Flowers will be allowed at the Convention Center; however, the community is encouraged to send flowers via Sunset Funeral Home – Americas. Donations in his honor may also be made to the Friends of El Paso Animal Service at www.friendsofepas.org/.

The tribute will be streamed live on the City of El Paso YouTube Channel and City TV which can be found on Spectrum Ch. 1300, AT&T U-Verse Ch. 99, and DTV (Off the Air) Ch. 13.4.

What: Funeral Services for El Paso Police Chief Gregory K. Allen
When: 11 a.m. Friday, January 27, 2023 (Doors open at 10 a.m.)
Where: Abundant Church, 1000 Valley Crest Dr.

The community is asked to please not bring flowers or gifts to the funeral services at Abundant Church. The funeral services at Abundant Church will be streamed live on the City of El Paso YouTube Channel and City TV.

A funeral procession to the cemetery will take place after the church services. Anyone wishing to participate in the funeral procession is strongly encouraged to carpool.

What: Honors and Interment
When: 1:30 p.m. Friday, January 27, 2023
Where: Evergreen East Cemetery,12400 Montana

The honors and internment will be streamed live on the City of El Paso YouTube Channel.

At the cemetery, Police Honors will be given, which include a three-volley salute, a last radio call, and a presentation of the flag to the family.

It is a sad day at the El Paso Zoo 💔 Zari, the 15-year-old African lioness, has passed away. Zoo staff decided to euthan...
01/25/2023

It is a sad day at the El Paso Zoo 💔 Zari, the 15-year-old African lioness, has passed away.

Zoo staff decided to euthanize Zari after discovering she had bile duct cancer that had metastasized and could not be treated further.

She will be missed!

The Cooperative Purchasing Expo is back! Join us for Southwest's Largest Business Expo on March 29 from 8 AM- 6 PM at th...
01/25/2023

The Cooperative Purchasing Expo is back!

Join us for Southwest's Largest Business Expo on March 29 from 8 AM- 6 PM at the Civic Center Plaza!

The expo is an excellent opportunity to learn how to participate in cooperative purchasing programs used by governmental agencies across the country. Businesses will also have the chance to grow their business via business-2-business and business2-agency networking.

See you there!

The Department of Public Health is offering free wellness classes in February! Learn about the five dimensions of wellne...
01/25/2023

The Department of Public Health is offering free wellness classes in February!

Learn about the five dimensions of wellness and work towards bettering yourself this year.
The classes will be as follows:

February 02 | 1 PM -3 PM
Judge Marquez Branch
610 N. Yarborough Dr.

February 07 | 1 PM - 3 PM
Esperanza Moreno Branch
12480 Pebble Hills Blvd.

February 09 | 1 PM - 3 PM
Richard Burges Branch
9600 Dyer St.

The DPH team will also offer free cancer screenings, health resources, and giveaways.

See you there!

A friendly reminder that today is the last day to enter our giveaway. We will be announcing the winner tomorrow, good lu...
01/24/2023

A friendly reminder that today is the last day to enter our giveaway. We will be announcing the winner tomorrow, good luck!
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🎉 Take our Vision Zero survey for a chance to WIN a Family Season Pass for 4 at any of our four water parks! All you have to do is take our short Vision Zero survey, send us a DM with your end of survey completion screenshot and you are automatically entered!

Take the survey at https://bit.ly/3W4ANoh

By taking our Vision Zero survey you share your thoughts on how your community can contribute to eliminating roadway injuries and fatalities.

01/24/2023

¿Tiene sugerencias de cómo El Paso puede convertirse en una Ciudad más segura? Conteste la breve encuesta para compartir cómo cree que su comunidad pueda contribuir a eliminar accidentes de tráfico y muertes. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de ser recompensados con premios.

Complete la encuesta ahora en:
https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/xMdU1EfX

Get your groove on! Come out for a free musical performance from Liz Tina! Boarding for the show starts at 6 pm at the C...
01/23/2023

Get your groove on! Come out for a free musical performance from Liz Tina! Boarding for the show starts at 6 pm at the Convention Center stop, at Santa Fe and Henry Trost. Performances are hosted on Streetcar 1511 unless there is an unforeseen issue.

Reservations are encouraged but not necessary. Save your seat at https://bit.ly/3Qlm2vQ. Track the Streetcar by downloading the free Ride Sun Metro app available now for Android and IOS devices.

Police Chief Gregory K. Allen's services will be held on Thursday and  Friday. The community is invited to attend and pa...
01/21/2023

Police Chief Gregory K. Allen's services will be held on Thursday and Friday.

The community is invited to attend and pay their respects to a dedicated and respected leader.

Rest in peace, Chief Allen.

You will be greatly missed.

"Police Chief Gregory K. Allen's services will be held on Thursday and Friday. The community is invited to attend and pay their respects to a dedicated and respected leader. Rest in peace, Chief Allen; you will be greatly missed. "

BEFORE YOU GO!!!If you're heading downtown this weekend please take a moment to review this Traffic Advisory map!
01/21/2023

BEFORE YOU GO!!!
If you're heading downtown this weekend please take a moment to review this Traffic Advisory map!

🚨 Traffic Advisory 🚨

The southbound lanes on Santa Fe Street between Wyoming (I-10 eastbound exit) to Franklin St. are closed this weekend. If you are coming to one of our events, make sure to plan ahead: account for extra travel time, arrive early (doors open 1 hour before show time for all shows), and hang out downtown before the show!

Here are some alternative routes that we recommend to access the Convention Center parking garage on Santa Fe 🌟

Investing in El Paso! The El Paso International Airport is receiving $1.75 million for a Solar Covered Parking Project. ...
01/21/2023

Investing in El Paso!

The El Paso International Airport is receiving $1.75 million for a Solar Covered Parking Project. The funds will be used to design and construct a solar-covered parking facility located directly in front of the terminal in the short-term parking area of the airport.

When complete the project is expected to generate 1.5MW of solar power.

Congresswoman Veronica Escobar made the announcement at the Blue Flame building. It is part of a $25 million government funding bill that goes to various community projects.

01/20/2023

¿Tiene sugerencias de cómo El Paso puede convertirse en una Ciudad más segura? Conteste la breve encuesta para compartir cómo cree que su comunidad pueda contribuir a eliminar accidentes de tráfico y muertes. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de ser recompensados con premios.

Complete la encuesta ahora en:
https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/xMdU1EfX

El Paso City Council authorized the Mayor to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ciudad Juárez and Freight Shu...
01/20/2023

El Paso City Council authorized the Mayor to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ciudad Juárez and Freight Shuttle Xpress to explore the development and implementation of new technology for the movement of cargo through the Ysleta-Zaragoza International Port of Entry, a City of El Paso operated facility along the U.S-Mexico border.

The MOU will provide the basis to potentially modernize our bridge system with a fully automated shuttle system that could increase the amount of cargo crossing the El Paso-Juarez border while alleviating traffic congestion at our Ports of Entry and with the potential of becoming an economic driver for our region.

El Paso City Council authorized the Mayor to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ciudad Juárez and Freight Shu...
01/20/2023

El Paso City Council authorized the Mayor to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ciudad Juárez and Freight Shuttle Xpress to explore the development and implementation of new technology for the movement of cargo through the Ysleta-Zaragoza International Port of Entry, a City of El Paso operated facility along the U.S-Mexico border.

The MOU will provide the basis to potentially modernize our bridge system with a fully automated shuttle system that could increase the amount of cargo crossing the El Paso-Juarez border while alleviating traffic congestion at our Ports of Entry and with the potential of becoming an economic driver for our region.

01/20/2023

If you haven't had a chance to visit the El Paso Museum of History to view the Chicano Power! A Force For Change & Progress in El Paso exhibit, there's still time! Natasha Norman, joins us on this edition of to tell us all about it.

01/18/2023

Thoughts on how El Paso can become a safer city? Take this short survey to share how your community can contribute to eliminating roadway injuries and fatalities. Survey participants will have an opportunity to win prizes.

Take the survey now at https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/e56IyLyQ.
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¿Tiene sugerencias de cómo El Paso puede convertirse en una Ciudad más segura? Conteste la breve encuesta para compartir cómo cree que su comunidad pueda contribuir a eliminar accidentes de tráfico y muertes. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de ser recompensados con premios.

Complete la encuesta ahora en https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/e56IyLyQ.

City Proclamation - Pebble Hills High School Day The City of El Paso Council recognizes the Pebble Hills High School Foo...
01/18/2023

City Proclamation - Pebble Hills High School Day

The City of El Paso Council recognizes the Pebble Hills High School Football team for earning its 1st 10-win season and its 1st Bi-District Championship in school history.

Congratulations on a fantastic season! You make El Paso proud ⭐️🏈

City Proclamation - National Mentoring Day
01/18/2023

City Proclamation - National Mentoring Day

City Proclamation - ZTEX Day The City of El Paso Council recognizes ZTEX Construction Inc. for its efforts and commitmen...
01/18/2023

City Proclamation - ZTEX Day

The City of El Paso Council recognizes ZTEX Construction Inc. for its efforts and commitment to building up our area through construction and jobs and supporting our communities.

ZTEX was founded in 2006 and has been involved in projects such as the Outlet Shoppes of El Paso, The Fountains at Farah, and the Eastside Sports Complex.

Get your groove on! Come out for a free musical performance from Liz Tina! Boarding for the show starts at 6 pm at the C...
01/18/2023
Trolley Tracks with Liz Tina

Get your groove on! Come out for a free musical performance from Liz Tina! Boarding for the show starts at 6 pm at the Convention Center stop, at Santa Fe and Henry Trost. Performances are hosted on Streetcar 1511 unless there is an unforeseen issue.

Reservations are encouraged but not necessary. Save your seat at https://bit.ly/3Qlm2vQ. Track the El Paso Streetcar by downloading the free Ride Sun Metro app available now for Android and IOS devices.

Join the El Paso Streetcar and the El Paso International Music Foundation with a performance by Liz Tina.

There's a new wellness series for children at the Clardy Fox Public Library that starts on Wednesday, January 18. Join L...
01/18/2023

There's a new wellness series for children at the Clardy Fox Public Library that starts on Wednesday, January 18.

Join Live Active EP and the El Paso Public Library for a Learn, Grow, Eat and Go session led by the Texas A&M AgriLife. The free series teaches children about gardening, physical activity, and nutrition.

🎉 Take our Vision Zero survey for a chance to WIN a Family Season Pass for 4 at any of our four water parks! All you hav...
01/17/2023
El Paso Vision Zero Action Plan Public Survey

🎉 Take our Vision Zero survey for a chance to WIN a Family Season Pass for 4 at any of our four water parks! All you have to do is take our short Vision Zero survey, send us a DM with your end of survey completion screenshot and you are automatically entered!

Take the survey at https://bit.ly/3W4ANoh

By taking our Vision Zero survey you share your thoughts on how your community can contribute to eliminating roadway injuries and fatalities.

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The City of El Paso is saddened to announce the death of longtime Police Chief Greg Allen.Chief Allen joined the City of...
01/17/2023

The City of El Paso is saddened to announce the death of longtime Police Chief Greg Allen.

Chief Allen joined the City of El Paso in 1978 and was named Chief of Police in March 2008.

End of Watch: January 17, 2023.

City offices are closed TODAY, January 16, in observance and honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
01/16/2023

City offices are closed TODAY, January 16, in observance and honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

01/13/2023
Fact Friday - Penguin Takeover at the El Paso Zoo

Are you ready for some Penguins? The El Paso Zoo's social media pages will be filled with Penguin facts, videos, photos, and more! Here to tell us all about that on this edition of is Sarah Borrego.

01/13/2023
YC5 - Swim to Success

Swim to Success 🏊‍♀️

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Check out this week's edition of Your City in 5

This edition focuses on:
• Biden Visit
• State Delegation Visit
• Migrant Update
• Lifeguard Courses/Hiring
• Traffic Safety Survey

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Depa...
01/13/2023

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Department’s Citizen Collection Stations (CCS). This free service will be available through February 11, 2022. Citizen Collection Stations, known as drop-off sites, are open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday. They are located at:

· 1034 Pendale Rd.
· 121 Atlantic Rd.
· 4501 Hondo Pass Dr.
· 2492 Harrison Ave.
· 3510 Confederate Dr.

Holiday trees taken to the drop-off sites must be free of ornaments and other decorative items to include string lights, frost, and glitter.

The drop-off sites also accept the following recyclable material: cardboard gift boxes, holiday cards and wrapping paper. All materials should be free of plastic or glitter.

Customers visiting the drop-off sites to dispose of materials other than recyclables must bring a recent water bill and matching indentation card to dispose of the waste.

To learn more, visit www.elpasotexas.gov/esd or call (915) 212-6000.

01/12/2023

Thoughts on how El Paso can become a safer city? Take this short survey to share how your community can contribute to eliminating roadway injuries and fatalities. Survey participants will have an opportunity to win prizes.

Take the survey now at https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/e56IyLyQ.
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¿Tiene sugerencias de cómo El Paso puede convertirse en una Ciudad más segura? Conteste la breve encuesta para compartir cómo cree que su comunidad pueda contribuir a eliminar accidentes de tráfico y muertes. Los participantes tendrán la oportunidad de ser recompensados con premios.

Complete la encuesta ahora en https://lpzt6y1pg43.typeform.com/to/e56IyLyQ.

Children and their families are invited to hop onboard the Streetcar with El Paso Public Library on January 21 to hear s...
01/11/2023

Children and their families are invited to hop onboard the Streetcar with El Paso Public Library on January 21 to hear stories about the lunar calendar. This year is the year of the RABBIT. Reserve your free seats at https://bit.ly/janreadride

Boarding starts at the Convention Center stop, at Santa Fe and Henry Trost. Track the Streetcar by downloading the free Ride Sun Metro app available now for Android and iOS devices.

Followed by the Lunear Year Celebration 2023 from 12PM to 5PM at the El Paso Museum of History.

Overdose deaths remain a leading cause of injury-related death in the United States. If you or someone you know is strug...
01/11/2023

Overdose deaths remain a leading cause of injury-related death in the United States.

If you or someone you know is struggling with an opioid addiction visit aliviane.org for addiction services or call 915.782.4000 for more information.

Hop on the  and learn about El Paso architecture with architect Paulina Lagos. Boarding starts at 2 p.m. at the Conventi...
01/11/2023

Hop on the and learn about El Paso architecture with architect Paulina Lagos. Boarding starts at 2 p.m. at the Convention Center stop, at Santa Fe and Henry Trost.

Reservations are encouraged but not necessary. Save your seat at https://bit.ly/3CuU4YN.

Track the Streetcar by downloading the free Ride Sun Metro app available now for Android and IOS devices.

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health celebrates a significant achievement!Their efforts in improving the heal...
01/10/2023

The City of El Paso Department of Public Health celebrates a significant achievement!

Their efforts in improving the health of residents and promoting healthy lifestyles have earned them the Silver Level Healthy Community Award from the Texas Department of State Health Services.

You can find more information by visiting EPHealth.com under the Texas Healthy Communities Tab.

Improve your eating habits!  🥑 🍅 🍌 Join Sun City Dietitians for a free cooking demonstration!
01/10/2023

Improve your eating habits! 🥑 🍅 🍌

Join Sun City Dietitians for a free cooking demonstration!

Are you looking to improve your eating habits, but don't quite know what foods or recipes to start with? 🥑 🍅 🍌 Join Sun City Dietitians for a Live Cooking Demo! This cooking demonstration takes place Wednesday, January 11 from 12:30 - 1:30 PM at San Juan Senior Center, located at 5701 Tamburo Ct.

01/10/2023
Sun City Bliss - January 2023

Sun City Bliss ☀️

On this special edition of Sun City Bliss we talk to Commanding General Isenhower and his wife about their love for El Paso and how important Fort Bliss is to our community.

Watch the video to learn more from the Commanding General.

El Paso Parks and Recreation offers a variety of athletic programs for children and adults of all ages. Registration is ...
01/10/2023

El Paso Parks and Recreation offers a variety of athletic programs for children and adults of all ages.

Registration is now for children's basketball (Mini Sports)!

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Depa...
01/09/2023

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Department’s Citizen Collection Stations (CCS). This free service will be available through February 11, 2022. Citizen Collection Stations, known as drop-off sites, are open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday. They are located at:

· 1034 Pendale Rd.
· 121 Atlantic Rd.
· 4501 Hondo Pass Dr.
· 2492 Harrison Ave.
· 3510 Confederate Dr.

Holiday trees taken to the drop-off sites must be free of ornaments and other decorative items to include string lights, frost, and glitter.

The drop-off sites also accept the following recyclable material: cardboard gift boxes, holiday cards and wrapping paper. All materials should be free of plastic or glitter.

Customers visiting the drop-off sites to dispose of materials other than recyclables must bring a recent water bill and matching indentation card to dispose of the waste.

To learn more, visit www.elpasotexas.gov/esd or call (915) 212-6000. See less See less

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Depa...
01/09/2023

The public may recycle their live holiday trees beginning Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at the Environmental Services Department’s Citizen Collection Stations (CCS). This free service will be available through February 11, 2022. Citizen Collection Stations, known as drop-off sites, are open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Tuesday through Saturday. They are located at:

· 1034 Pendale Rd.
· 121 Atlantic Rd.
· 4501 Hondo Pass Dr.
· 2492 Harrison Ave.
· 3510 Confederate Dr.

Holiday trees taken to the drop-off sites must be free of ornaments and other decorative items to include string lights, frost, and glitter.

The drop-off sites also accept the following recyclable material: cardboard gift boxes, holiday cards and wrapping paper. All materials should be free of plastic or glitter.

Customers visiting the drop-off sites to dispose of materials other than recyclables must bring a recent water bill and matching indentation card to dispose of the waste.

To learn more, visit www.elpasotexas.gov/esd or call (915) 212-6000. See less See less

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I am very disappointed in the system.
I just found out an acquaintance from Mexico City!! flew in yesterday and was vaccinated, he is not a resident nor a U.S. citizen. How is it possible that priority is given to people from other countries over citizens of our country.
My parents are 83 years old, with underlying conditions. l have registered them on several websites and have not been able to get them vaccinated. Several people around me, much younger have already been vaccinated because they know someone in the medical field and were favored. I need someone to reach out to me and please let me know why my parents have not been able to get an appointment as of yet.
When will the city address the disparity of COVID numbers?! (the fact that active cases has been over 35,000 since NOV and has not changed in the days since the report).

Don't just let the recent investigation by KFOX be swept under the rug/ignored. Our mayor needs to be on top of this issue. The people of El Paso deserve accurate information.
I AM very frustrated about getting my second shot. i have called several times and been on hold for hours with the recorded loop. no one is giving the same information twice, i got the email/text to schedule my second shot and when i went to set it up it would only give me tomorrw 2/3 which is less then the 28 days. it would not let me pick the 7th when that is the day i should be getting it on. can someone please contact me regarding this matter.
We have Free Covid testing this afternoon 1/29 until 545 PM and tomorrow 1/30 from 9 AM-5 PM @ Cantico Nuevo
11530 Pellicano Ave.
El Paso, TX 79936
Buenas tardes. Se que este grupo no.es para esto, pero quiero pedirles porfavor , si alguien de ustedes me puede orientar
El viernes 22 de Enero como a las 5:00 pm nos choco una pareja. Ellos quisieron cambiar de carril .y nunca se fijaron que ivamos a un lado. El joven acepto que no se fijo pues su esposa le dijo que no venia nada y el se quiso cambiar de carril chocandonos , despues que llego el policía cambio la versión nego ser el responsable, ahora el se adelanto y puso el reporte a su aseguranza, como si el no fue culpable 😠. Mi pregunta es , como puedo sacar los videos de las cámaras del 54 y Montana
Para presentar el reclamo con evidencias, para que me puedan pagar. Por que mi camioneta ya no funcionó le pego en la llanta y quebró una parte que va al volante y ahora no sirve da vueltas y vueltas y estoy desesperada por que es el unico transporte que tengo si me pueden orientar se los voy agradecer mucho😭🙏
Submitted since Dec 30 as 1B classification. Still no word on when I will get vaccination. Maybe a list of where is one in the queue might help.
You have done nothing to help me
So far 3 days later and I still can't get ahold of anyone to update them on the whereabouts of my van
My van got stolen in your city and you are not doing anything about it. I have bin # and a gos tracked it to plano tx. So please help me
There needs to be changes as far as allowing a relative be in the hospital with their loved ones. It is ridiculous and inhumane to not allow even 1 person. We are human beings. The company and love of a person can make a world of a difference and possibly reduce the number of people dying. Put a system in place. Just like the rest of the other places have a system. The person who is with the patient can be tested and not allowed to leave. If they leave then they cannot return. YOU cannot continue to let people die without a loved one close to them. Sal Valenzuela
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