Please Note: The District 2 City Representative Office has moved to 300 N. Campbell
2006 City Council of the Year
Welcome to District 2. District 2 is one of the busiest political offices in El Paso. We have a lot that we are working on, including:
1. Downtown and central city redevelopment,
2. Historic preservation,
3. Medical Center of the Americas,
4. Better quality development that pays for itself so you and I don't have to pay for it,
5. Impact fees,
6. Air quality and environmental quality and
7. Affordable housing
We also work very hard to make sure that constituents concerns, complaints and ideas are the highest priority. Judy Gutierrez, the District 2 Administrative Assistant makes it all happen, taking in calls, routing complaints and helping residents solve problems and improve our neighborhoods.
I look forward to teaming up with you to improve our neighborhoods, build a better future for our children and accomplish great things for our City.
If you have any questions or comments regarding your District, please call my office at 541-4416 or click on Contact us. You may also write to me at:
City Representative Susie ByrdCity of El Paso
300 N. Campbell
El Paso, Texas 79901
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