El Paso Neighborhoods Map

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All El Paso neighborhoods

The city of El Paso, TX has a population of 678,058 and a population density of 2,635 people per square mile. There are a total of 55 El Paso, TX neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Mountain Park and the largest neighhorhood by population is East Side. The El Paso, TX neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In El Paso, TX

Located in Western Texas - along the great waters of the Rio Grande - is El Paso. The city is known for its close proximity to Franklin Mountains State Park, where you can look at native vegetation - like cacti - and even try to catch a glimpse of the wildlife. If you're lucky you may catch sight of a coyote or golden eagle. The park is home to the Wyler Aerial Tramway, which climbs to the top of the Ranger Peak for the best views of El Paso. You can even catch some great views of Mexico. If you want to learn more about the city's history you can visit the popular Border Patrol Museum, which traces the history of the U.S. Border Patrol back to 1924.

Mountain Arroyos

With great public and private schools, low crime rates and great employment opportunities, Mountain Arroyos is a popular spot for families. If you're looking for the best education for your children, Silva Health Magnet, Aoy Elementary School and Zach White Elementary school all come highly recommended. The large school population also leads to many job opportunities, making it a prime neighborhood for those working in education and social services. There are plenty of shopping options in the area, many of which are located right along Mesa Street. From fashion boutiques to Dollar General, you'll never have trouble finding what you need. If you're looking for a new place to eat, Cafe Italia, Hot and Juicy and Avila's Mexican Food are all great options. When you need to get downtown - or anywhere else - there are more than a dozen public transit stops conveniently located throughout Mountain Arroyos.

Mission Hills

Mission Hills is known for its low cost of living and convenient location. Packed with fitness facilities, schools and more, this neighborhood is a great area for those who work in education, healthcare and social services. If you like to take time away from the city and get some fresh air, there are two great parks that just a short ride away. Mission Hills Park, off of Okeefe Drive, has a great playground, an area for dogs and lots of open greenery. Althea Park, another great nearby option, is popular with seniors for its paved walking path.

Zach White

Zach White is considered one of the best neighborhoods in El Paso, and local residents would be hard pressed to disagree. With low crime rates and a great public school system, this neighborhood is considered one of the best in the area for raising a family. The convenient location and great shopping opportunities also attract many singles and even retirees. Some of the best food in the city can be found here, with Johnny's Pit Barbeque, Casa Jurado and Cracker Barrel all being popular choices. There's also a variety of different shopping options, from the El Paso Trading Post on Doniphan Drive to Sam's Club. Perhaps one of the best features of this neighborhood is the many different public transit stops, all of which are conveniently located and easy to get to.