May 14, 2019
The desire to create healthy and safe recreational areas and routes for the residents in the city and county of El Paso was affirmed this past month with the adoption of a resolution in support of the new, proposed 60-mile county-wide Paso del Norte Trail by four governing bodies.
The El Paso County Commissioners, El Paso City Council and board of the Camino Real Regional Mobility Authority unanimously approved a resolution in support of the new recreational hike and bike trail known as the Paso del Norte Trail.
The trail master plan was developed by the Paso del Norte Health Foundation with input from hundreds of residents and dozens of committed and engaged community organizations and stakeholders to become a regional attraction that connects communities, celebrates El Paso’s history and culture, highlights the Rio Grande, promotes health and active living, and catalyzes economic development.
For more information, visit pasodelnortetrail.org.
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September 21, 2021
According to County data and recent PdNHF focus groups, men ages 18-50 years old in El Paso are among the least vaccinated and least inclined to get vaccinated in the region. With support from the County of El Paso, a pop-up vaccine initiative was launched in August 2021 to make it easier for this harder-to-reach…