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City Offers FREE Check Up Calls For Seniors


 RSVP is a FREE program aimed at making sure a senior living alone is safe. Seniors   (55 years and older) in the program will receive a friendly phone call from a volunteer to make sure they are safe. Each program volunteer is paired up with the senior based on similar interests - hobbies, education, background, etc. so that they may have things in common to talk about during the check-up call. 


This free phone call is a great way to ensure the safety of a senior living alone who is homebound, isolated and in need of a check-up call or somebody to talk to.


 If you are interested in this free service please call:

(915) 212-1685


District 3 Newsletter 

  Thank you for reading this week's special newsletter with updates on important issues and events! 
Movies Under The Stars starts this Saturday!!
  The District 3 Office and local El Paso Business Sponsors will be providing the public this summer's "Movies Under the Stars" starting June 7th with


at Vista Del Valle Park locate at 8830 Gazelle!

Movie starsts at 8:30 or dusk.

Bring your lawn chairs, snacks and enjoy a FREE movie with your family at the park!


El Paso Fire Department Summer Safety Tips 

El Paso, Texas- The summer is upon us and the El Paso Fire Department would like to remind citizens of some summer heat and swimming safety tips:

  • Signs of heat related illnesses are progression Heat Rash, Sunburn Heat Cramps, Heat exhaustion and Heat Stroke
  •  Stay indoors and limit your exposure to the sun.
  •  Drink plenty of water and replace electrolytes. Avoid heavy meals, caffeine and alcohol.
  • Check on friends and family, especially the elderly.
  • NEVER leave children or pets alone in closed vehicles.

 Swimming Safety:

  • Drowning is one of the leading causes of unintentional injury-related deaths in the United States and is the second leading cause among children ages 1-14.
  • Child drowning's and near drowning's can happen in a matter of seconds and typically occur when a child is left unattended or during a brief lapse in supervision.
  • Do not use flotation devices as a substitute for supervision
  • If a child is missing, always check the pool first. Seconds count.

Ensure that all family members are aware of these tips and call 911 for any emergency. We wish all the citizens of El Paso a safe and joyous summer! 


Emma Acosta - City Representative District #3
& the District 3 Staff
Valerie Morales, Assistant
Elsie Oliva, High School Intern
Dora Oaxaca, Legislative Aide Volunteer
Again, thank you for your interest in our great city and in District 3.  We look forward to seeing you at our meetings and events.
If you have any concerns, please call or email us!

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