Even though the City of Paso Robles will not be hardest hit, the City and unincorporated areas of North County are likely to suffer economic impacts from the proposed Diablo Canyon Power Plant closure.
- Press Release: County, Cities, Schools Reach Tentative Agreement with PG&E To Ease Local Impacts of Diablo’s Closure (PDF) (November 28, 2016)
- Participation Hearing: PG&E Request to Close Diablo Canyon (PDF)
CPUC will hold two Public Participation Hearings this THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, at 1:30 p.m. AND 7 p.m., on PG&E's request to close Diablo Canyon Power Plant. The two free public meetings will be held at San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden in El Chorro Regional Park, Oak Glen Pavilion Room, 450 Dairy Creek Road, in San Luis Obispo.
- Press Release: Six Cities Join Forces to Ensure PG&E Helps Cities Recover and Thrive After Proposed Closure of Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant (PDF) (September 15, 2016)
- Final Protest Filing: Protest of The City of San Luis Obispo, City of Pismo Beach, City of Paso Robles, City of Arroyo Grande, City of Morro Bay, And City of Atascadero to Application 16-08-006 (PDF) (September 15, 2016)
- Staff Report: Initial City Actions Regarding the Proposed Diablo Canyon Power Plant Closure and Related Issues (PDF) (September 6, 2016)
- PG&E: 2013 "Economic Benefits of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant" study (PDF)