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Posted on: November 8, 2023

City of Paso Robles Releases FY2022-2023 Annual Report

Cover_Annual Report FY 2022-2023

Showcasing Departmental Achievements and Major Initiatives

PASO ROBLES, CA – November 8, 2023 - The City of Paso Robles is excited to unveil the Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2022-2023, highlighting the notable accomplishments and current projects across all City departments. This report serves as a progress report on how the City of Paso Robles is meeting City Council’s goals for 2022-2024.

In the past fiscal year (July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023), each department within the City of Paso Robles has made significant strides in line with the goals adopted by City Council in 2022 to serve as a two-year roadmap to achieve key community initiatives. Key highlights and major projects from each department are included in the report, along with updates on the most impactful projects currently underway.

“The City’s annual report is a crucial tool to demonstrate transparency, accountability, our strategic planning efforts, and provides enhanced communication with our community stakeholders” said City Manager Ty Lewis. 

The City of Paso Robles encourages all residents, stakeholders, and community members to review the report to gain insight into each department’s strides and positive progress to complete important community initiatives and goals.

The FY2022-2023 Annual Report is now available on the City of Paso Robles website and printed copies are available at City Hall at 1000 Spring Street. 

For more information or media inquiries, please contact Chris Huot, Assistant City Manager at 805.237.3888 or chuot@prcity.com

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