Paso Robles Downtown Main Street Association gives COVID-19 updates
The Paso Robles Downtown Main Street Association issued an update to its members at the community:
Downtown Main Street is ‘Where everyone comes together’, and ‘Where everyone stays well together!’
–In accordance with the order issued by the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department, the City of Paso Robles requests that all residents shelter at home and all nonessential businesses close beginning Thursday, March 19, 2020, at 5 p.m. until April 17th, 2020. Downtown Paso Robles retail businesses, hotels, offices, restaurants, residents and cultural institutions are adjusting to Coronavirus-related disruptions. We continue to advocate for these organizations, share relevant information when helpful and assist with economic recovery.
As some may have already heard, Paso Robles Downtown Main Street Association has implemented a remote work policy for our team, while continuing to deliver on our core mission to revitalize downtown Paso Robles through Restoration, Beautification and Preservation programs. As these programs directly impact the entire community, Main Street will continually provide updates via phone, email, and website. If you’d like to contact the Main Street team, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 238-4103.
Paso Robles Downtown Main Street Association Events:
For those who have not heard the news, all spring Main Street membership mixers, and events have been postponed until further notice. This includes the following events: Hop to It, The Vintage Sidecar Rendezvous & Treasure Faire and the Paso Robles Olive Festival. As health and safety guidance dictates, we will update all residents, partners, volunteers, members, sponsors and vendors on new event dates, locations, logistics and sponsorship opportunities.
Promote Your Services Through Main Street Channels:
Beginning Friday, March 20, 2020, Main Street will distribute all downtown business updates via email, website, and social media at no cost. If you’re a downtown business and want to update the community on changes of services, hours of operation, delivery and take-out offerings and e-commerce services (online ordering, etc.), please email your information to Main Street.
Downtown Parking Update:
To date, the following downtown parking policy continues to be in effect until further notice.
- As a result of COVID-19, food delivery services have increased. Delivery vehicles providing active pickup and delivery services will be exempt from the downtown parking restrictions through April 30th.
- Delivery vehicles must be marked and/or display visible company logos. In addition, there are 21 short-term parking spaces available to members of the public and delivery vehicles throughout the Downtown.
- During this impacted time, Downtown employees should continue to comply with the permit parking regulations in order to maintain accessible, available and convenient parking for Downtown customers.
- Customers are encouraged to utilize the WayToPark mobile application to initiate their Free 2-Hour parking session. Pay stations will also be cleaned regularly.
- Effective today through April 30th, monies generated from the Downtown paid parking program can be donated to provide relief to Downtown workers and businesses impacted by COVID-19.
Due to Main Street receiving frequent daily updates from multiple governmental agencies and downtown businesses, as we receive these updates, we will share with all stakeholders and the community via email, social media and on our website. Main Street continues to do everything we can do to support our members, partners, volunteers, and community.