The stability of democracy depends upon the continuing consent of the governed, which in turn depends upon the trust the electorate holds for its government. The Ethics Commission of the County of El Paso, Texas, in concert with elected county officials, as well as leaders of the various county departments, recognizes the need to maintain the public trust and confidence in the workings of county government and has adopted a Code of Ethics. The Commission invites members of the public to participate in their open meetings.
-El Paso Society for Human Resources Management
MARY E. STEVENS, CHAIR
-County Judge's appointment
-County Civil Service Commission
-Commissioner Pct. 1 appointment
MILAD K. FARAH
-El Paso Bar Association
-Commissioner Pct. 2 appointment
-Dispute Resolution Center
-Commissioner Pct. 3 appointment
-Sheriff's Civil Service Commission
-Commissioner Pct. 4 appointment
Once per Quarter
- January 11
- April 11
- July 11
- October 3
This meeting may include one or more Commissioners that will participate by video conference, and El Paso County employees that will participate by video conference, which is allowed pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 551.127. A quorum of the Ethics Commissioners will be physically present at the El Paso County Human Resources Training Room, 500 E. Overland, El Paso, Texas 79901. A member of the Ethics Commissioners who is presiding over the meeting will also be physically present at the location listed above. The meeting is open to the public during the open portions of the meeting, and the Commissioner participating by video conference shall be visible and audible to the public for as long as the Commissioner is able to participate.
Please check agenda for meeting details.
ETHICS COMMISSION MEETINGS