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What are the most important priorities for the City in 2017-2019?

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Which statement best describes you? Click all that apply.

Response Percent Response Count
I live in the City of San Luis Obispo. 83.2% 328
I work in the City of San Luis Obispo. 46.4% 183
I play (recreate, shop, eat, etc.) in the City of San Luis Obispo. 62.4% 246
Other 9.1% 36

What should be the City’s most important, highest priority goals during 2017-2019?

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How might the City adjust other programs & services to accomplish these priorities?

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Michael Freeman inside Neighborhood 1
January 9, 2017, 11:06 PM
  • Which statement best describes you? Click all that apply.
    • I live in the City of San Luis Obispo.
    • I work in the City of San Luis Obispo.
    • I play (recreate, shop, eat, etc.) in the City of San Luis Obispo.
  • What should be the City’s most important, highest priority goals during 2017-2019?
    • Improve the quality and availability of the grass fields in the city, especially Damon Garcia
    • Get a better handle on college rentals which are crowding neighborhoods, driving up prices, causing nuisances and dangerous behavior
    • Study how to improve traffic patterns. I grew up in SLO and I've never seen traffic nearly as bad as it is these days
  • How might the City adjust other programs & services to accomplish these priorities?

    For the grass, switch to a tougher grass variety and improve watering and try other techniques for field maintenance. The current approach of dumping sand onto the field isn't helping. Cal Poly's grass fields are much more durable than the rest of the public fields in SLO.

    Update the Master Plan to accommodate the population growth and changing needs of the community, especially for recreational facilities and services.

    Take a harder stance with Cal Poly on multiple fronts. They need to create more on-campus housing and they should allow alcohol on campus.

    Improve the rental inspection program and prioritize inspections in neighborhoods with higher proportions of students living in them. That is where you are most likely to find out of compliance units and dangerous conditions.

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