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ICYMI: Third SOCO Breakfast held at El Crucero Mexican Grill

Socorro small businesses network with resource partners and local officials  The third SOCO Breakfast small business networking event was held at El Crucero Mexican Grill on August 17, 2022. We would like to thank all of the small businesses that attended this event. We would also like to thank our event sponsors, Texas Gas Service …

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Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant Program – NOW OPEN!

Travel & Tourism Grants Now AVAILABLE for small businesses The Texas Travel Industry Recovery Grant Program is NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS! Approximately $180 million in funding is available for applicants in the travel and tourism industries. Eligible applicants may receive a one-time grant of up to $20,000. Who is eligible to apply? Businesses in the following …

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Serenity Ranch recognized by Socorro City Council

Serenity Ranch – Equine Therapy with a Mission SOCORRO, TEXAS – June 2, 2022 – The Economic Recovery Office congratulates Serenity Ranch on its recognition by the City Council of Socorro on June 2, 2022. Serenity Ranch was recognized via Resolution 700 for its excellence in serving the community. Serenity Ranch is one of only …

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ICYMI: Third Small Business Meeting held at Three Missions Brewery

Third small business meeting featured presentations by TABC and City Planner.  This month’s Small Business Support meeting was held at Three Missions Brewery on June 6, 2022. This is the third monthly Small Business Support meeting held in Socorro with the goal of bringing relevant business news, presenters, and resources to local business owners and …

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CSCI seeks Executive Director

CSCI nonprofit seeks Executive Director

SOCORRO, TEXAS – From our nonprofit partners at the CSCI, we’d like to share this exciting announcement… The City of Socorro Community Initiative (“CSCI”) nonprofit corporation seeks a qualified nonprofit Executive Director to implement History, Arts & Culture, and Health & Wellness projects in Socorro, Texas. The CSCI is a relatively new nonprofit organization established …

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Flood Mitigation Project in Socorro

TWDB approves $10,097,281 for Sparks Arroyo Drainage Project

AUSTIN, TEXAS – (May 11, 2022) – The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) approved $10,097,281  in financial assistance from the Flood Infrastructure Fund (FIF) to mitigate flooding for homes and businesses along the Sparks Arroyo in Socorro, Texas. The City of Socorro will use the assistance for the planning, acquisition, design, and construction of the …

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Socorro’s Own “El Charlatan Taqueria y Ramen-Ya” Recognized by Texas Monthly

ENTREPRENEURIAL SPOTLIGHT The City of Socorro’s Economic Recovery Office is thrilled to share that El Charlatan Taqueria y Ramen-Ya was recognized as among the Best New Texas Restaurants in 2022 as seen in this article by Pat Sharpe of Texas Monthly in its March edition of Texas Monthly.  It was one of only two restaurants in …

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Rio Vista Farm receives $30,000 grant from the Texas Historical Commission

FEBRUARY 2022, SOCORRO, TEXAS – The Texas Historical Commission awarded the City of Socorro $30,000 in grant funding to support the ongoing Rio Vista Farm rehabilitation capital project. The Texas Historical Commission Certified Local Government (CLG) Grants Program provides funding to participating city governments to develop and sustain an effective local preservation program critical to …

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The City of Socorro receives a grant from the National Trust for Historic Preservation for the Rio Vista Farm Connections Project

On March 1, 2022, the National Trust for Historic Preservation program awarded $50,000 to the City of Socorro. This funding comes from NTHP’s Telling the Full History Preservation Fund.  The fund is a one-time grant program to interpret and preserve historic places of importance to underrepresented communities across states and territories of the United States. The …

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