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City Water Tank To Be Drained For Maintenance

Merry Hill tank will be drained of it.s 150,000 gallons of water starting February 4 and continuing until February 8. This is in preparation for […]Full Article

Local Congresswoman Lois Capps in Paso

Congresswoman Lois Capps, D-Santa Barbara, is scheduled to make an appearance in Paso Robles today, Friday, Feb. 1, the Paso Robles Press reported. She will […]Full Article

House of Representatives Approves Bipartisan Capps Bill To Help Military Medics

WASHINGTON, DC –Today, the House of Representatives unanimously approved the Veteran Emergency Medical Technician Support Act (H.R. 235), a bipartisan bill co-authored by Congresswoman Lois Capps […]Full Article

City approves $698,000 contract with Mental Marketing

The Paso Robles City Council approved a $698,000 annual agreement this month with Mental Marketing for promoting tourism in Paso Robles. The money is spent […]Full Article

City Council approves $1.9 million for 21st Street road improvements

City Council approves $1.9 million for 21st Street road improvements The Paso Robles City Council this month approved funds for improving 21st Street. The road […]Full Article

School district superintendent sets meetings for budget talk

Paso Robles School District Superintendent Dr. Kathy McNamara is scheduling a series of Town Hall Meetings to explain and discuss the district’s fiscal recovery and […]Full Article

City offers up to $500 for lawn conversion

Waterwise Landscape Workshop Did you know the City of Paso Robles offers  lawn conversion rebates of up to $500? The city is offering lessons on how […]Full Article

Paso Robles Friends of the Library Gift Shop Seeking Volunteers!

The Friends of the Paso Robles Library is looking for three enthusiastic volunteers. Store Sales Person 3-hour shift Saturday afternoon (2-5pm) or Thursday evening (5-8pm) […]Full Article

Ed Steinbeck elected mayor pro tem

Paso Robles City Councilman Ed Steinbeck was selected by his peers to serve as mayor pro tem for the city. He was elected on a 4-0 […]Full Article

Volunteers wanted for Housing Authority Board of Commissioners

The City of Paso Robles is now accepting applications for appointments to fill vacancies on the Housing Authority Board of Commissioners. The vacancies “atlarge” openings, […]Full Article