The San Luis Obispo City Council received an overwhelming wave of community concerns for the installation of pickleball courts at Mitchell Park, though ultimately deciding to still move forward with the development.
San Luis Obispo has been ranked No. 1 in small clean energy leaders by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
At a San Luis Obispo City Council meeting on Jan. 12, public commenter Marshall James recalled Martin Luther King Jr.’s words that a beloved community is where dignity, respect and […]
Updated with new vote counts at 10:30 p.m. At the end of election night, Andy Pease and Jan Marx were leading with 8,002 votes and 6,682 votes respectively for the […]
Pease’s campaign has five priorities: economic recovery, housing, homelessness, climate action and diversity, equity and inclusion.
The ordinance will take effect March 1 and affect plastic items purchased with San Luis Obispo city funds.
Three months into her term in office, Mayor Heidi Harmon is working to strengthen the city’s relationship with students.
Discussion began Tuesday on how to implement marijuana regulations in the city with the passing of Proposition 64 last November.
City council adopted the program with a 3-2 majority in March 2015.
Just in time to ring in the new school year, the San Luis Obispo City Council unanimously approved two items responding to ongoing noise and unruly behavior complaints in residential […]
An ordinance establishing a rental housing inspection program has been approved.