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News Cohen Reimagined The City of El Paso invites the public to reimagine Cohen by participating in the development of a comprehensive master plan for the Cohen Stadium site in Northeast El Paso. Read More El Paso, TX 2017 State Legislative Priorities 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 SWAT Call on Dyer Police Department A man wanted for a felony warrant who refused to surrender to arrest and barricaded himself inside his apartment was taken into custody by the SWAT team... Elderly Care Provider Arrested Police Department An investigation by the El Paso Police Department’s Financial Crimes-Special Victims Unit has led to the arrest of an elderly care provider.
.. Sun City Lights Program Implementation Continues CoEP Construction will soon being on improvements to Paseo De Las Luces, an iconic corridor in the heart of El Paso’s Downtown Shopping District that has long served as a gateway welcoming international travelers... We're Building It CoEP The City of El Paso is building the Multipurpose Performing Arts and Entertainment Center (MPC). Read More Community Meetings Chamizal Community Center The City of El Paso’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, and the Capital Improvement Department, in conjunction with the Office of City Representative Cassandra Hernandez Brown of District 3, has scheduled a community meeting to inform the public about the art component of the Alameda Community Center project.
Read More South Central Street Project, First Phase (Alicia and Flower) The City of El Paso’s Capital Improvement Department in conjunction with the Offices of City Representatives Cassandra H. Brown of District 3, and Cissy Lizarraga of District 8 invites you to a preconstruction community meeting to learn about the construction schedule for the Alicia and Flower Street Reconstruction projects.
Read More Alameda Community Center The City of El Paso’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Department, and the Capital Improvement Department, in conjunction with the Office of City Representative Cassandra Hernandez Brown of District 3, has scheduled a community meeting to inform the public about the art component of the Alameda Community Center project. Read More James Street Reconstruction The City of El Paso's Capital Improvement Department, in conjunction with the office of City Representative Henry Rivera of District 7, invites the public to an open house community meeting to learn more about the reconstruction of James Street.
Read More Paseo del Sol Park Improvements The City of El Paso's Capital Improvement Department has scheduled a community meeting to inform members of the public of the design plans for Paseos Del Sol Park Improvements project. Read MoreSee Also: Study Of Animal Behavior
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Contact Us Humane Society of El Paso4991 Fred Wilson El Paso, TX 79906 Phone: (915) 532-6971Fax: (915) 566-0723 Monday-Friday: 11am - 6pmSaturday-Sunday: 11am - 5pm About HSEP The Humane Society of El Paso is a private, non-profit animal shelter that does not receive any city, state, or federal funding. We rely on grants, adoption fees, private donations, and fundraising events for all of our operating expenses. Food for the Humane Society provided by Hill's Pet Nutrition