El Paso is the largest metro area along the Texas-Mexico border which boasts a best-in-class, business friendly operating environment while also offering a great living experience. Our region represents one of the largest manufacturing centers in North America and is recognized as globally competitive. This is largely due to El Paso's unique quality of possessing the largest bilingual and bi-cultural workforce in the Western Hemisphere.
As the sixth-largest city in Texas, El Paso is a top 20% U.S. performing economy and continues to experience positive economic growth by attracting new businesses and helping existing companies to grow. The City's focus is to create new employment opportunities in 21st century industries, maintain a great quality of life, and facilitate business growth at the local and international levels.
The Business Development Division is dedicated to our business community, acknowledging their importance and contribution to our city's job growth and economic development. With a successful and thriving business climate, we work in collaboration with our local and state partner organizations to recruit, retain, and expand businesses. The Business Retention and Expansion Task Force, a community partnership, collaboratively works to improve El Paso's business climate, ensuring that local businesses have the tools and resources they need to succeed and grow. For more information please contact us at (915) 212-0094.
Bienvenidos and Welcome to the City of El Paso's Business Services webpage! Whether it be demographic, market data, workforce, labor costs, state or local incentives, our Business Services team is here to meet your needs. El Paso is the '#1 Best Run City in Texas' (WalletHub, July 2017) and is also recognized for its Achievement in Organizational Development (Quality Texas Foundation, June 2018). El Paso stands at the forefront of communities transcending borders and supports a best-in-class, business friendly operating environment. Our region represents one of the largest manufacturing centers in North America, is recognized as globally competitive and has the largest bilingual and bicultural workforce in the Western Hemisphere. Please continue to navigate our website and should you have any further questions, contact our Assistant Director Eddie Garcia at 915-212-1570. We are eager and ready to work with you!
As the 22nd largest city in the U.S., El Paso draws a consumer base of more than 2.6 million people and was ranked by the US News & World Report as a Best Place to Live in the US for Quality of Life. Bordering the state of New Mexico and the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, El Paso represents one of the largest international border metroplexes in the world. In 2018 alone, El Paso generated more than $12.5 billion in retail sales and produced a Gross Domestic Product of over $32.5 billion. Home to Fort Bliss, the Department of Defense's second largest installation, and the University of Texas El Paso, a Tier 1 Research University, our community boasts a young, highly educated, and diverse population.
El Pasoans are ready for new and diverse options in grocery, dining and entertainment, sports & outdoor recreation, destination concepts, and many more! Expanding our base of quality retail is a priority and we would like to extend an invitation to you to become part of our growing and vibrant community! Within the last two years, our city has welcomed numerous retailers with open arms and record-setting grand openings. For more information, contact Kelly Kotlik at (915) 212-1623 or KotlikKP@elpasotexas.gov .
Welcome to the El Paso Fire Department Website. We continue striving to provide a helpful resource to the members of this community. Feel free to browse around and offer us any suggestions. Enjoy your visit.
The Mission of the Fire Department is to provide emergency response, prevention, preparedness and education to residents, businesses and visitors of our city so they can live safely and prosper in a hazard-resilient community.
"It is the mission of the El Paso Police Department to provide services with integrity and dedication, to preserve life, to enforce the law, and to work in partnership with the community to enhance the quality of life in the City of El Paso".
We respect life...
We hold the preservation of life as our sacred duty.
Our value of human life set our priorities.
We revere the truth...
We accept nothing less than truth, honesty
and integrity in our profession.
We enforce the law...
We recognize that our basic responsibility is
to enforce the law. Our role is to resolve problems
through the law, not to judge or punish.
We seek community partnership...
We view the people of our community as partners
who deserve our concern, care and attention. We are
committed to reducing the fear of crime in our
community, and we endeavor to do this by
creating partnerships in our neighborhoods.
We honor our police powers...
We understand that our police powers are
derived from the people we serve. We do not
tolerate the abuse of our police authority.
We conduct ourselves with dignity...
We recognize that our personal conduct, both
on and off duty, is inseparable from the professional
reputation of both the officer and the department.
In 2006, the City of El Paso created the Neighborhood Services Division within the Department of Community and Human Development to implement neighborhood-oriented programs. These programs assist residents to actively engage in improving and preserving their neighborhoods and to facilitate opportunities for citizens to be involved in local government.
Goal: Build strong neighborhoods by encouraging community leadership and civic engagement .
To revitalize, improve and maintain the quality of El Paso's neighborhoods by communicating with residents and addressing their concerns and needs.
Community and Human Development Department
Neighborhood Services Division
CITY 3 - 801 Texas
El Paso, TX 79901
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