City of Paso Robles
Paso Chamber Signs Letter to United States Congress Urging to Prioritize Enhancing America’s Digital Infrastructure.
Chambers collectively write to the United States Congress to prioritize enhancing America’s digital infrastructure and achieving the goal of connecting all Americans.
At April's Wake Up Paso event, Danna Stroud talked about the depth and importance of the Chamber's advocacy efforts.
We appreciate the City’s efforts to maintain a proactive response moving forward, however we’d like to extend additional and alternative recommendations for your consideration.
As the organization representing the interests of our business community, we believe it is vital the City actively engage in making a final determination as to what may or may not be permitted in relation to cannabis business in Paso Robles. Additionally, should such business be permitted, establishing clearly defined criteria, guidelines and regulations for potential cannabis businesses to follow is imperative.
The Paso Robles Chamber is pleased to support Senate Bill 74, which would invest $2.6 billion in grants to help small businesses and nonprofits that have sustained financial losses resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
While disappointed with the decision to combine the previous Measure N-12 oversight body with a new Measure J-20 committee, we understand the City’s desire to be efficient and effective with the community’s time and interest in serving on an advisory body. Please consider the proposed action for Agenda Item #11, we would like to extend the following recommendations/observations for your consideration to integrate into your action.
The California economy cannot fully recover until businesses are allowed to reopen. On behalf of all of our members who are suffering under onerous restrictions, we joined fellow chambers and various organizations throughout the State in lobbying the Governor for assistance and leniency to help speed economic recovery.
Chamber Partners with Paso Robles City to Launch Propane Reimbursement Program for Downtown Businesses
Paso Robles City Council allocated $100,000 towards the purchase of propane as part of the Recovery Program to assist local businesses with providing outdoor public spaces, subject to State and County health orders.
As you may have heard, after extensive public comment and discussion, the Paso Robles City Council voted last night on their intention to “maintain the purple tier restriction levels” of the State’s COVID-19 guidelines. Working together in collaboration with the Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance and Travel Paso, we have come together in an effort to clearly communicate what these actions mean.