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City budget workshop series starts Saturday

Help shape the city’s future – The City of Paso Robles is holding a public workshop to gather resident input to help set city budget […] Full Article

Planning commission to discuss zoning ordinance

Public welcome to attend study session – The community is encouraged to attend a Paso Robles Planning Commission public study session scheduled for 6:30 p.m. […] Full Article

Council to review five-year development impact fee report

Meeting slated for Feb. 20 – The Paso Robles City Council is set to review the Five-Year Development Impact Fee Compliance Report for the period […] Full Article

Local congressman visits border, calls for resources, support, reforms

U.S. Border Patrol encountered nearly two million immigrants at the border in fiscal year 2023 – United States Representative Jimmy Panetta (D, Monterey County) recently […] Full Article

City seeks volunteers for sales tax oversight

Residents are wanted for the City’s Supplemental Sales Tax Oversight Committee On Friday, a City of Paso Robles news release announced the city is actively […] Full Article

Council adopts new state building standards

City council meeting highlights – At its regular meeting on Jan. 16, the Paso Robles City Council did the following: Read a proclamation in honor […] Full Article

City addresses public inquiries about downtown parking program

– The City of Paso Robles is currently reviewing inquiries from members of the public regarding the downtown paid parking program specifically related to the […] Full Article

Cal Matters: Homelessness is on the ballot this March in California

Will conditions change on the street? – How much difference will a March ballot measure make when it comes to fighting California’s massive homelessness crisis? […] Full Article

City launches new interactive street maintenance map

Map aims to offer residents meaningful information, streamline future street maintenance planning – The City of Paso Robles has introduced an interactive street maintenance map, […] Full Article

Precinct workers needed for upcoming election

– The San Luis Obispo County Clerk Recorders office is seeking qualified personnel to serve voters as precinct workers during the upcoming March 5 primary […] Full Article