El Paso has a tendency to see the extreme temperatures of the Texas summer. With highs well into the high 90s and lower triple-digits, you'll want to be exceptionally prepared with plenty of water to stay hydrated and shady spots to visit in order to break up your walk through these hotter months.
The neighborhood itself is mostly flat, meaning that the area makes exploring and walking fairly simple for anyone looking for either a quick walk outdoors or a prolonged venture into the more populated areas. You'll want to be cautious about hot pavement during the summer months, as this can be hazardous to your dog's paws, but grassy strips in front of houses and apartment complexes may provide a welcome reprieve.
Although the neighborhood of Village Green is itself flat, the nearby Franklin Mountains State Park offers a variety of terrain which can provide better avenues for hiking which can be ideal in the fall or spring months, as the heat won't be too excessive. Prepare yourself properly for these expeditions, as you can be a bit removed from emergency services in the area.
If hiking isn't your thing, you can still head into the city of El Paso for a walk that contains plenty to do and see.
There is a single greenway in the neighborhood itself by the name of Colonia Verde Park which lies on the southern side of the neighborhood, providing opportunities for a bit of exploration down walking paths or relaxation on park benches and lawns.
A bit further afield, but well worth the journey, is the spectacular Franklin Mountains State Park. The park boasts 24-acres of the scenic desert and offers opportunities to hike, climb, and camp. The park is home to spectacular wildlife and breathtaking views, but it also provides a welcome challenge to experienced hikers who have packed and prepared for a weekend expedition into the expanse of natural wilderness. Dogs can enjoy this space off-leash, but that doesn't mean it's free from local wildlife. You'll want to exercise caution as venomous reptiles, insects, and large predators such as mountain lions and bobcats are common in Texas. Keep your pup close by and remember to stay hydrated!