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The County of San Luis Obispo has taken over mosquito abatement for the entire County, including Paso Robles. For more information on the program or to report a problem with mosquitoes, call 805-781-5544.
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No, the City no longer has a site to drop off Christmas trees. Please visit the Paso Robles Waste website for more information regarding their residential curb-side pickup or call 805-238-2381 (option 1 for Paso Robles Waste Customer Service).
The Streets Maintenance Division provides ongoing curb, gutter, and sidewalk repair and maintenance. To report a need for maintenance or a dangerous situation, notify the Street Maintenance Division by filling out an Action Request Form or call 805-237-3861.
Notify the Parks Maintenance Division by phone at 805-237-3873 during regular business hours, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., or the Police Department after hours at 805-237-6464 to have the City come look at the tree. If the tree is on private property, it is the property owner’s responsibility to trim it.
Notify the Parks Maintenance Division by filling out an Action Request Form or by phone at 805-237-3873 to have a city tree trimmed. If it is on private property, it is the property owner’s responsibility to trim it. The City can notify property owners who need to trim trees or bushes that are nuisances, as well.
The Adopt-A-Street Program is a community program that gives individuals, companies, schools or organizations an opportunity to adopt a City street and help beautify Paso Robles in partnership with the City. Adoption requires litter pickup for six months on a street segment at least twice per month.
Plants and trees in parkways are generally in the Landscape and Lighting District and are maintained by a contractor for the City, overseen by the Parks Maintenance Division Supervisor. To report a need for maintenance, notify the Street Maintenance Division by filling out an Action Request Form or by phone at 805-237-3873.
You may trim your own trees as you wish, with one exception: mature oak trees. If the tree you intend to trim is an oak tree, see the information available on the Tree Trimming page.
Yes, view the street name list (PDF).
Street closures require a permit and approval from Public Works, the Fire Department and the Police Department. You can fill out an application and return it to the Public Works Administration office for approval. For complete requirements and to retrieve the application, visit the street closure information page.
Debris in the street resulting from construction traffic is handled by the Engineering Division of the Community Development Department. Contact them at 805-237-3860.
Around the time the annual tree removal project goes out to bid, a dot is painted on trees that are to be removed. This allows potential bidders (and eventually the successful contractor) to know which trees are to be removed. For more information, visit the Streets Division's Tree Maintenance page.
Notify the Street Maintenance Division by filling out an Action Request Form or by phone at 805-237-3861.
There are specific criteria that must be met before speed humps will be considered. View the speed bumps page for complete information.