The Paso Robles Unhoused Population Futures Study is currently underway and supported by a diverse group of nearly twenty individuals passionate about rolling up their sleeves to help our community.
Our city is made of innovative entrepreneurs with an eye toward the future, caring individuals working to make a difference in the lives of others today, and families deeply rooted in the city’s history — and each of us shares a commitment to making a positive impact for the next generation.
Letter of support sent for US 101 North San Luis Obispo County Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan
The business community has been advocating for investment and modernization of America’s infrastructure for over a decade and now is the time to act. Rebuilding America’s infrastructure will create new jobs and spur economic growth, sustain the economy for the long-term, and improve the quality of life for every American.
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.