The City’s Sustainability Program was established in 2007 to develop, coordinate, and support city-wide sustainability goals and initiatives. This office helps foster a culture of sustainability by providing presentations on how you can lead a more sustainable lifestyle and by connecting you with local businesses and organizations that specialize in sustainable enterprises.
Ultimately, we are looking to efficiently preserve our resources while saving taxpayer dollars.
Downtown Artist and Farmers Market
Every Saturday | 9 AM to 1 PM Union Plaza Join us for the Downtown Artist Market and Farmers Market every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm! There are several local farmers and artists at the market with fresh, local produce. It is held in Union Plaza in Downtown El Paso where Anthony Street meets W. San Antonio Avenue. Come support your local farmers!
Join us for the second year of our Green Business Challenge! We welcome all businesses, large and small, to challenge themselves to reduce their energy and join the forty other businesses also committed to learning more about how they can “go green!”
Within the next year we hope to have a small system downtown with connections to UTEPRead More
Learn more about how to recycle your empty ink and toner cartridges.
Beginning Thursday, December 26, Citizen Collection Stations will accept fresh cut Christmas trees to be recycled and turned into free mulch for ESD residential customers. Citizen Collection Stations are regularly open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Locations include 121 Atlantic Road, 4200 Delta Drive, 2492 Harrison Avenue, 4501 Hondo Pass Avenue, and 1034 Pendale Road.