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City council looking for public input at goal-setting workshop 

–The Paso Robles City Council is seeking community participation in its visioning and goal-setting workshop, which will be held on Saturday, Feb. 17. The purpose of the workshop is to ensure that the community develops and evolves in ways that match citizen desires and interests. What should Paso look and feel like in 10, 20, and 30 years? What actions should the city start to take now to ensure that vision comes to pass?

Interested residents can attend in person to be part of the discussion and decision-making, and/or they can contribute their suggestions via the city’s website here:

“The City of Paso Robles is very interested in hearing what our citizens want for our community going forward,” says City Manager Tom Frutchey. “What kind of community do they hope we continue to create, so that we leave the community to our children and grandchildren in even better shape than it was left to us? We hope that everyone who has views to share and is interested in being part of this process will take this opportunity to either attend in person or send in their thoughts either electronically or by phone.”

The meeting will be held Saturday, Feb. 17, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Paso Robles Public Safety Center EOC Main Conference Room, located at 900 Park Street. Refreshments will be provided

If you, as a resident, business owner, or employee in the city, would like to express your opinion of what the top 2 or 3 goals for this council should be, please complete the form here or send via email to or call them in to the City Manager’s Office at (805) 237-3888 by Feb. 15. Every member of the council will receive a copy of your comments.

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