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Upper Beaumont E4-E6 but also some O1-O3 and O4-W4

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Upper Beaumont

The charming Upper Beaumont community of 80 single-family and duplex homes is located approximately two miles off post and features a beautiful view of the Franklin Mountains and the City of El Paso. Upper Beaumont is a historic gated community near the William Beaumont Army Medical Center and is surrounded by a wide variety of restaurants. Though primarily for E4-E6 residents, there are homes available for O1-O3 and O4-W4 residents. Homes range in size from 1,300-2,000 square foot, 2-3 bedrooms, 1 or 1½ bathrooms, and feature one-car garages, fully equipped kitchens, washer and dryer hookups. Non-historic homes also have refrigerated air conditioning.

Styles and age of homes in this neighborhood vary. 

Features and Amenities 

Single Family & Tri Level Homes 
Fully Equipped Kitchens 
2 & 3 Bedrooms /
Washer/Dryer Hookups 
1 & 1.5 Baths 
Refrigerated Air Conditioning 


Click here to see the floorplans for this neighborhood.

Trash Schedule 

Regular trash pick up is every Thursday between 6am and 10am.
Trash should be placed at curbside no earlier than 7 pm the night before pick up. Please remove your trash cans from the curbside once it is emptied on the same day. 

Recyclables can be dropped off beside Bldg 1336 at the corner of Marshall and Cassidy Roads. It is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, weekends and holidays; closed during inclement weather.

Bulk trash will be picked up by appointment.
Residents should call the Recycle Center Office at 915-568-1537. Bulk trash consists of large items that exceed the capability of the trash collector, such as old furniture, appliances, cardboard, yard waste, etc. Bulk trash should be placed at curbside at the designated time and date given by the Recycle Center when appointment is made.

Lawn Schedule 

Summer Months: April 1 to September 31 – Once a week
Winter Months: October 1 to March 31 - Every other week

Lawn services will be completed at all houses and common areas, except for fenced in yards and at the homes of those residents who have opted to mow their own yards as displayed by the orange sticker on the front/back window. Be sure to remove any items from your lawn, including toys, bikes and lawn furniture, on the scheduled day in order for the landscapers to properly care for your lawn. 

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Anyone can give up; it's the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true strength.

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