August 3, 2020
The lives of El Pasoans were forever changed by the August 3, 2019 tragedy.
As the one year anniversary since the tragedy that struck all our hearts approaches, we continue to mourn the loss of 23 of our community members and love and care for everyone affected.
A year later, we have seen that El Paso is stronger now than ever. Together, we can light a path toward long-term resiliency. We are #ElPasoStrong and together we heal.
The City of El Paso, El Paso County, and the El Paso United Family Resiliency Center are hosting different events over the next several days in honor and remembrance of August 3, 2019.