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City and Government


By City charter, approved on February 7th, 2004, the City of El Paso operates under a council-manager form of government. This system combines the strong political leadership of elected officials, in the form eight Council Members, with the strong managerial experience of an appointed local government manager. All power is concentrated in the elected council, which hires a professionally trained manager to carry out its directives and oversee the delivery of public services.

In the Government section of the City web site you will find useful information about your boards and commissions, laws, city budget, elections, and contact information so that you can get in touch and communicate with those who serve you.

Living - El Paso, Texas

El Paso's warm, sunny climate and Franklin Mountains provide the backdrop of a young, culturally diverse population which shares a rich heritage that embraces the past and builds the city's future. El Pasoans have the luxury of big city amenities without big city hassles. A high quality of life is provided by affordable housing, low crime rates and minimal traffic congestion on major thoroughfares and interstate highways.

Education

Taxes

Housing

Utilities

Transportation

Health and Social Services

Government

  • U.S. President:
    Barack H. Obama
  • U.S. Governor, Texas:
    Rick Perry
  • U.S. Senator, Texas:
    John Cornyn
    Kay Bailey Hutchison
  • Texas U.S. Representatives:
    Congressional District 16 - Congressman Silvestre Reyes
    Congressional District 20 - Congressman Charles (Charlie) Gonzalez
    Congressional District 23 - Congressman Francisco (Quico) Canseco
  • Texas State Senators:
    Senate District 19 - Senator Carlos I. Uresti
    Senate District 29 - Senator José Rodríguez
  • Texas State Representatives:
    House District 75 - Representative Chente Quintanilla
    House District 76 - Representative Naomi Gonzalez
    House District 77 - Representative Marisa Marquez
    House District 78 - Representative Dee Margo
    House District 79 - Representative Joseph C. "Joe" Pickett
  • Texas State Board of Education Members:
    SBOE District 1 - Mr. Carlos “Charlie” Garza
  • El Paso, Texas Mayor:
    John Cook
  • El Paso, Texas City Representatives:
    District 1 - Representative Ann Morgan Lilly
    District 2 - Representative Susie Byrd
    District 3 - Representative Emma Acosta
    District 4 - Representative Carl L. Robinson
    District 5 - Representative Michel Noe
    District 6 - Representative Eddie Holguin Jr.
    District 7 - Representative Steve Ortega
    District 8 - Representative Cortney Niland
  • El Paso Texas County Commissioner:
    County Commissioner Pct. 1 - Anna Perez
  • County Commissioner Pct. 2 - Sergio Lewis
    County Commissioner Pct. 3 - Willie Gandara, Jr.
    County Commissioner Pct. 4 - Daniel Richard Haggerty
  • Justice of The Peace:
    Justice of The Peace 1 - Robert T. Pearson
    Justice of The Peace 2 - Brian J. Haggerty
    Justice of The Peace 3 - Guadalupe Aponte
    Justice of The Peace 4 - Barbara Perez
    Justice of The Peace 5 - Monica Teran
    Justice of The Peace 6 Place 1- Ruben Lujan
    Justice of The Peace 6 Place 2- Rosie Dominguez
    Justice of The Peace 7 - Bruce King

Business

The City of El Paso offers many convenient ways for you to conduct business related matters.
Below you can find information on setting-up a business, resources to help you place bids for city contracts and much more!

Economic Development works closely with various entities with in the region in attracting and assisting development with in the area. It helps to facilitate the growth and well being of all aspects of El Paso's businesses & economic environment.

Development Services is a multi-department team dedicated to streamline and enhance the development process. For the convenience of our customers, they bring together functions previously segregated in five city departments into ONE Development Team.

The Purchasing Division lists current Bids & Solicitations and offers important Vendor Information for those interested in doing business with the City of El Paso.

The El Paso Regional Economic Development Corporation (REDCo) serves as a confidential, no-fee consultant to business and industry interested in relocating or expanding their operations to the Greater El Paso, Texas area.

Foreign-Trade Zone No.68

El Paso Chamber of Commerce

El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Korean Chamber of Commerce of El Paso

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