El Paso's 300-plus days of sunshine, cultural attractions and recreational opportunities combine the best of the Southwest, the Old West and Old Mexico. Though steeped in history, the city has a cosmopolitan flair and a majority of residents are bilingual in English and Spanish. Downtown continues to undergo redevelopment, including the addition of Southwest University Park, home to the Triple-A baseball team the El Paso Chihuahuas. The presence of Fort Bliss, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center and the University of Texas at El Paso are major drivers of the economy, and more than 70 Fortune 500 companies make the region the fourth-largest manufacturing center on the continent.
Eight neighborhoods in El Paso are highlighted.
Citywide projects funded by El Paso's popular 2012 Quality of Life bond issue are underway
El Paso's economy includes major employers in the health-care, customer service, technical support, transportation and distribution, and utilities sectors.
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El Paso, TX City Profile
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El Paso, TX Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||72.2|
|Age 21 Over||67.5|
|Age 62 Over||14.4|
|Age 65 Over||11.9|
|Median Household Income||42772|
|Median Home Price||118400|
|Median Property Rent||752|
|Worked at Home||3|