Welcome Back. We are Ready When You Are.
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El Paso is ready when you are. During this time the safety and well-being of our local community and our visitors is critical. El Paso is dedicated to providing a safe and pleasurable experience to all. Hotels, restaurants and shops are ready and willing to provide you with an unforgettable experience found only in El Paso.
Grocery Store, market, corner store, food, band, etc.: Yes
Retail Services: Yes, some with pick up/delivery.
Restaurants: Yes, operating up to 75% total occupancy.
Movie Theaters: Yes
State Parks Trails: Yes
Hiking/Walking Trails: Yes
El Paso Zoo: Open
Parks and Recreation:
Skate parks and outdoor basketball and tennis courts will be reopened but playgrounds and fitness equipment inside of parks will remain closed until further notice. You’ll have to practice social distancing protocols and wear a face covering. You still can’t gather in groups of more than 10. If you plan on organized functions like games or sports practices, you’ll need to get a City permit.
Spray Parks: Closed
Recreation Centers: Closed
Unfortunately, City pools and senior centers will remain closed to the public. There is a City team working on a plan of action to reopen during future phases.
El Paso Public Libraries: Closed
You can check out materials online and then picked up by appointment. You will have to wear a face covering. For more information, visit elpasolibrary.org.
For additional information regarding the what’s open visit epstrong.org or contact one of our Visitor Information Specialists at 915-534-0600 or Facetime them via the Official Visit El Paso App available in the App Store or Google Play.