According to new rankings by an online real estate website, El Paso is quite the snoozer. Motovo, known for its “fun” and “quirky” real estate related evaluations, just named the Sun City the 26th most boring” city in America.
Is El Paso a fun place to live?
El Paso is among the Best Places to Live in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report rankings for 2017. The magazine ranked El Paso as No. 76 of 100 metro areas it studied based on quality of life, job market, value of living and peoples desire to live there.
Is there a lot to do in El Paso?
Its unique desert landscapes are home to diverse flora and fauna, and the city is rich in cultural attractions. Fun things to do in El Paso and great places to visit include the El Paso Museum of Art with its fine collection of pre-Columbian and Indian art, the Mission Trail, and the Magoffin Home State Historic Site.
Can I drink El Paso tap water?
No lead was detected in most of our water samples. When lead was detected, the levels were very low. To learn more about lead, visit the EPA website, or call the Safe Drinking Water Hotline at (800) 426-4791.
Where does El Paso get their water from?
Rio Grande For over a century, El Paso has relied on both river water and groundwater for municipal water supply and now proudly supplies 97 percent of all municipal water in El Paso County. Sources: River water is supplied from the Rio Grande and makes up nearly half of El Pasos potable water supply.
What is the hottest month in El Paso?
June In summer, June is generally the hottest month, but in July and August, the humidity increases slightly, making the heat a bit more muggy. On the hottest days, usually in June and sometimes in July, it reaches 40/42 °C (104/108 °F). The record was set in July 1994, when the temperature reached 45.5 °C (114 °F).