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Cedar Grove


"Very quiet and very friendly street"

- bobalina
Mimosa street is a main street which connects several much smaller streets in the the Lower Valley part of town. The streets are narrow, but as it is an exclusively residential area, it isn't much of...
31.7395592600011 -106.38203596404

"Bussiest Street in town"

- vicereine
This by far is the most populated street in town, it will take you from North East to Central and to West El Paso. All along this street are shops, restaurants and some gyms are even on a side street,...
31.7737021682542 -106.488980614051

"Very quiet friendly street"

- bobalina
Sparrow street is a very quiet and small street located in the Lower Valley part of town. It is only one block long, but the small size makes the street feel like a very nice community. A couple of...
31.7504641491429 -106.396859536639

"Offordable off campus living"

- bobalina
Vaquero Lane is a street entirely populated by the Mission Ridge Apartment Complex. This gives the street a very uniformed look. The surrounding area is very quiet and pleasant to look at as the str...
31.8099757708919 -106.507430966023

"Peaceful and religious"

- vicereine
Elm Street is actually right behind Piedras where I grew up and its a creepy but nice street. I always thought it was funny watching Nightmare on Elm Street while living with the parents. I guess wha...
31.7990905116691 -106.462909283174

Pebble Brook


"Heavy commercial Zone"

- bobalina
Lee Trevino is large street that stretches across the eastside of town. It is predominately commercial but there are sections of residential areas near the northern part of the street. At one point,...
31.7947658576578 -106.327110091014

"Family Friendly street"

- bobalina
Michelangelo Dr. is a quiet street that any family would be comfortable and happy to live in. It is located on the east side of town and is a moderately long street that extends through a major part...
31.7192971926041 -106.27702040857

"The Lifeline of the Westside"

- bobalina
N. Mesa Street is the main road of the westside of town. It spans from downtown, all across the westside and finally ends near the Texas, New Mexico border. The street is very long and is almost exc...
31.7988945614941 -106.506991225246



"One of the Oldest streets in town"

- vicereine
This is actually a very neat street, I believe if you drive west bound on this street it will take you into the next city its so long. You can pretty much get anywhere on this street easily with very...
31.8515742246741 -106.577222877556

"Off the beaten path but wonderful"

- vicereine
Another well known and upscale neighborhood street lined with exquisite housing and the occasional business locations. This street will take you all the way up to the mountain where they very wealthy...
31.8448337244291 -106.554758530158

"Great Street for the thrill seeker"

- vicereine
Yet another of El Paso's haunted streets that everyone flocks to on Halloween night. It is said that a long time ago a school bus lost its breaks and couldn't stop for the old train tracks that were...
31.8464156508171 -106.522143402825



"Most Haunted street in town"

- vicereine
Yandell at one time used to be a large cemetery that held all the bodies of the best people in El Paso. Then they decided they needed to move the cemetery and make is smaller so that more residential...
31.7673184996645 -106.482835181504

"A Continually advancing street"

- bobalina
Montwood street is a nice blend of commercial and residential areas which make living there very nice and very convenient. The street runs along the eastside of town from west to east. It is broken...
31.7668941870306 -106.309171604781

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