City asks for input via Downtown chalkboards

El Paso News

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – As part of International Economic Development Week, El Paso city leaders want to know what you’d like to see around town.

Residents can share ideas on interactive chalkboards available throughout the week in various Downtown locations. El Pasoans are asked to jot down ideas, on the chalkboards KTSM spotted, people wanted to see more family entertainment and amusement parks. Others raised concerns over parking and Downtown living space.

“It’s always important to get the input of the community, that way as the city looks to develop policies or they look at adopting news agreements it’s important to understand what it that community wants to see in the city of El Paso and the County of El Paso,” Assistant Director of Economic Development, Eddie Garcia said.

You can find the chalkboards outside City Hall, Southwest University Park and the Kress Building all this week. 

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