El Paso is adding new welcome signs that reflect the city’s recent designation as an “All America City”.
The signs, which read “Welcome to El Paso, Texas an All-America City”, will be installed at five city limit entrances by early December.
According to a news release, El Paso has earned three All-America titles which recognize the community every year for outstanding civic accomplishments.
“To maximize our visibility and promote our achievements we are replacing old signs by the highways with new ones highlighting our status as an All-America City. This effort should entice travelers to take a closer look at our City of Champions,” Mayor Dee Margo said.
On average, more than 300,000 vehicles pass through El Paso each day, city officials say.