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Borderland winter storm closures & delays list


EL PASO, Texas -- Due to the winter storm impacting the Borderland on Sunday, here are the latest closures, cancellations and delays...

  • El Paso International Airport flights are being impacted Sunday. Information about flight delays and cancellations is available online:
  • The City of El Paso's administrative offices and all municipal courts will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Monday. Early morning court cases will be automatically reset, and residents will be notified accordingly.
  • YWCA’s childcare centers and gyms will open at 10 a.m. on Monday. Any further updates will be available at
  • The University of Texas at El Paso will delay all in-person activities on-campus until 10 a.m. on Monday. This includes the on-campus Covid-19 walk-up testing sites and the YWCA University Heights Early Learning Center. UTEP’s Student Recreation Center will delay opening until noon.
  • TTUHSC El Paso campus will delay opening until noon on Monday. All in-person classes will resume in the afternoon, and employees currently working on campus may return to their offices once campus has opened. 
  • All Texas Tech Physicians of El Paso clinics will delay opening until noon on Monday.
  • Ysleta ISD will conduct school and operations remotely Monday. Grab & go meals will not be available. Events for the University Interscholastic League (UIL) scheduled for Monday evening may go on as scheduled, pending improving weather conditions.
  • Socorro ISD schools and district offices will function remotely Monday. Instruction will be provided virtually per normal school hours. School and district support employees will work remotely. The curbside meal program will be closed for the day. SISD anticipates returning to schools and offices on Tuesday.
  • Anthony ISD's superintendent says his district will operate 100% remotely for Monday.
  • Fabens ISD will move to remote instruction for all students on Monday. Instructional staff and students will log in remotely to all classes. There will be no food service on Monday. Security will remain on duty, but remaining staff are asked to stay home.
  • San Elizario ISD schools will switch from in-person to online instruction for Monday. The district says to please report to online classes following the regular schedule.
  • El Paso Community College classes and operations scheduled onsite will be offered remotely on Monday and staff should remain home. 
  • El Pasoans Fighting Hunger says all primary pantry food distribution sites will be closed on Monday, including their location at 9541 Plaza Circle.
  • State-operated Covid-19 testing locations in El Paso County are closed both Sunday and Monday. Those sites will resume normal hours on Tuesday.
  • Concordia Cemetary is closed for both Sunday and Monday due to the weather; there will be no visitations permitted.
  • El Paso Parks & Recreation says Nation Tobin Rec Center is closed Sunday for youth permits due to the weather. Those who had a reservation for fields should call to reschedule after 11 a.m. on Monday.
  • The El Paso Public Library says curbside book pickup will be suspended on Monday.
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Jim Parker

Jim Parker is the Director of Digital Content for ABC-7.


1 Comment

  1. Are we also going to call this storm an epidemic and shut down the economy as well? Can’t we control this climate? After all the senile puppet biden administration seems to think we can. Where is he? Why isn’t he waving his magic wand and clear Texas and the Northeast from this type of weather?

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