Please Note: The City Manager Office has moved to 300 N. Campbell
The City Manager's Office is charged with the professional executive oversight of the local municipality.
With proven leadership and skill, City Manager Joyce Wilson has guided City government with strong executive team support and a dedicated work force focusing on high performance and excellent customer service to address the community's needs and priorities.
"It has been my honor and privilege to serve the El Paso community and city organization since 2004 when voters changes the charter to a council-manager form of government. I am extremely proud of our talented and committed employees who strive each and every day to make El Paso a world class city for all to enjoy - visitors and residents alike. This is due in large part to an aggressive and focused pursuit of a shared vision for the organization and the community we are so fortunate to serve. From operations and facility enhancements, to building and maintaining lasting community partnerships, these examples of transformational change are continually visible throughout the City of El Paso. " City Manager Joyce Wilson
2012 promises to be a watershed year for El Paso, with a significant quality of life investment plan going before the voters in Fall 2012; a revamping of our regional economic development partnership and a renewed focus on public/private partnerships to grow the economy and create new jobs for the citizens who live here. A concerted focus on transportation infrastructure, including a rapid transit system and other significant public works investments promises to change the face of El Paso in the years ahead.
These changes and related growth are part of a transformation that began in 2005 when the Mayor and Council created a vision to make El Paso 'the most livable city in the southwest.' That continues to be our single purpose today.