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City adopts 6-year street repair plan 

Green streets have already been approved, red streets are proposed. Read the full staff report here. 

–On Oct. 1, the Paso Robles City Council will vote to approve a 6-year street repair plan proposed by the Supplemental Sales Tax Oversight Committee.

In 2012, the citizens of Paso Robles passed a ½-cent Supplemental Sales Tax ballot measure. The measure will expire in 2024, unless voters approve its extension. Road improvements from this measure will likely occur through 2025. To date, about $30 million in road repairs and reconstruction have been completed using this funding source. Arterial streets, used by all drivers, were the focus in the first five years of projects.

This updated street maintenance and repair expenditure plan outlines how the remaining six years of the supplemental sales tax revenues will be allocated to address residential streets, arterials, and collectors.

Read the full staff report here. 

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