WELCOME TO WHERE BUSINESS IS HEADED

As the fourth-largest manufacturing center on the continent, the region is home to a highly skilled and adept workforce, business-friendly taxes and incentives, and industry giants in manufacturing, automotive, biomedical, clean technologiesdefense/homeland security and High Tech Electronics.

Our region offers a low cost of living, high quality of life and resources to move business forward. The distinct advantage of being a strategically located hub between three states and two nations is an attractive asset for industry.

Put your business growth at the center of our momentum.

Our resources include ...

  • State-of-the-art telecommunications/fiber-optic network
  • Largest inland military complex in the world
  • 5 international crossings
  • 14 universities/colleges
  • 40 industrial parks
  • 5 airports
  • International railway system — Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Ferromex
  • 300+ days of sunshine a year

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geographic Profile for El Paso County

Population

827.398

Change from 2010

3.3%

Area (sq.mi.)

1,015.0

Land area (sq.mi.)

1,012.7

Altitude (ft.)

3,520-7,192

Rainfall (in.)

9.71

Jan. mean. min.

32.5

July mean max.

94.7

Civilian Labor

321,753

Unemployment Rate (December 2012)

8.7%

Wages (2012)

$2,402,688,389

Per Capita Income (2012)

$30,088

Property Value (2012)

$40,616,969,300

Retail Sales (2012)

$12,294,197,708

Source: Texas Almanac, El Paso County geographic profile, Information Retrieved: December 2013.

 

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