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Fitch Ratings gives Paso Robles AA rating

City’s economic outlook is stable, report says Fitch Ratings has affirmed Paso Robles outstanding bond obligations as AA rated. The new rating report is for […] Full Article

Traffic Alert: 13th St. Bridge closing

The City of Paso Robles issued the following traffic alert on May 12: The 13th St. Bridge between Riverside Ave. & Paso Robles St. will […] Full Article

County Assessor Tom Bordonaro speaks in Paso Robles

In his run up to re-election, San Luis Obispo County Tax Assessor Tom Bordonaro visited the Paso Robles Rotary Club last week and gave an […] Full Article

City warns residents about fire danger

Weed clearing due by June 1 As we head into the summer season, the Paso Robles Department of Emergency Services issued a statement reminding residents […] Full Article

Steve Martin running for mayor of Paso Robles

Currently a city councilman, Martin previously served as mayor Paso Robles City Council member Steven W. Martin announced Monday afternoon that he plans to ask […] Full Article

Council appoints four to Senior Citizen Advisory Committee

The Paso Robles City Council appointed four local residents to the Paso Robles Senior Citizen Advisory Committee . The appointments were made at the council’s […] Full Article

Council appoints two to Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee

The Paso Robles City Council re-appointed two wine industry leaders to the Paso Robles Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The appointments were made at the […] Full Article

Council appoints three to youth commission

The Paso Robles City Council appointed three Paso Robles High School students to the Paso Robles Youth Commission. The appointments were made at the council’s […] Full Article

Council appoints Pamela Alch to library board

The Paso Robles City Council re-appointed Pamela Alch to the city’s Library Board of Trustees. The appointment was made at the council’s regular meeting Tuesday […] Full Article

City plans sewer replacement at 19th and 23rd

The Paso Robles City Council earlier this month approved a resolution to move forward with replacing a couple of sewer lines. The city is hiring […] Full Article