Click this link to optimize Pismo Voice for screen readers Skip to Content
Pismo Voice
Open Town Hall

Subscribe to Registered Statements From Forum Participants

Info Hide

Get registered statements in your RSS reader or emailed to you as a daily digest.

A statement is registered if it is claimed, verified and civil:

  1. It is claimed if its author has claimed the statement by signing in before or shortly after submitting the statement.
  2. It is verified if it is claimed and its author has provided their street address in their registration and verified their email address by clicking the verification link emailed by Open Town Hall.
  3. It is civil if it is verified and it meets the guidelines for civility.

If any of these conditions are not met, then the statement is unregistered.

Statements are emailed at most once per day (in the morning).

Subscribe

Manage your subscription in your RSS feed reader

Check out some recent Registered Statements from forum participants

Name not shown inside City Boundary October 13, 2018, 1:24 PM

What is the best way to communicate project updates to you?
City Website updates, Email notification, Other, Social Media, Postcards mailed to home/business, Clam Chronicle city newsletter


If you prioritized "other" please describe:
Signs at Dinosaur Cave Park


What times of day do you most often travel Shell Beach Road? (Please select multiple responses if needed)
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Benita Epstein inside Area 3 October 13, 2018, 1:06 PM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
1. Water is the first and most important priority. Water storage. Making sure our groundwater and aquifer are not contaminated with more oil wells.
2. Traffic on Price Canyon both ways.Traffic has gotten so bad last few years. Commuters plus trucks. There needs to be a traffic light in the middle of Price Canyon.
3. Traffic from 101 North onto Price Canyon and traffic from Price Canyon getting on 101 South.There is one block that is so congested. Please do not allow any building in that one block area. (where there is a vacant lot and Matties restaurant).
4. Underground utilities for Pismo Heights.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

Kate Shurson inside Area 5 October 10, 2018, 4:07 PM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
Ensuring adequate permanent high quality and quantity of water for its residents. Not allowing any new growth until that can be assured. Dealing with the traffic issues associated with Highway 101 and ancillary streets, and not allowing any developments to be based on future and certain medicat ensuring adequate per minute high quality and quantity of water for its residents. Not allowing any new growth until that can be assured. Dealing with the traffic issues associated with Highway 101 and ancillary streets, and not allowing any developments based on future uncertain mitigation, such as widening highway 101 or improvements required to be done by other another jurisdiction.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

Elaine Pires inside Area 4 October 10, 2018, 8:24 AM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
Parking
Additional street lights for safety


Please select from one of the items below:
I play in the City of Pismo Beach (shop, eat, vacation, etc.)

Stephen Stern inside Area 2 October 10, 2018, 6:08 AM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
All if the items identified as current city goals are important. However, I believe the Bello Street corridor is not a priority compared to other needs, and the Downtown Revitalization is at a point where it's time to put energy elsewhere. This includes a greater concern for the safety and well being of children and other vulnerable classes of people who walk around the streets of the southern part of Shell Beach, I affectionately refer to as the barrios. The conditions of the streets are extremely poor with very high crowns in the road, no gutters for the flow of water (areas puddle up) and, of course, no sidewalks. The Shell Beach Road Streetscape project will bring a shine to Shell Beach Road but all of the cross streets, by contrast, will look far worse and continue to function poorly and be a safety risk to all involved. The City promised to repair these roads more than a decade ago but to no avail.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

Matt St.George inside Area 3 October 9, 2018, 8:45 AM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
The Bello Street Bridge replacement should be a top priority. This project will improve city walk ability, access to trails, and overall traffic flow.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

Julie O’Brien inside Area 2 October 8, 2018, 4:30 PM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
Consider building a parking structure of some sort. No more building until we can provide necessary parking for all the residents and tourists. Parking is so difficult that I rarely go downtown anymore. We certainly don’t go anywhere near there on holiday weekends.
I’m glad to see upscale shops like The Cove opening.
Rehabilitate the old school on Bello. There are several possible options for that space and I don’t have a preference but don’t just let it sit and deteriorate further.
Glad to see that Shell Beach Rd is being beautified but I’m still concerned about the lack of parking when it’s all done.
Do something with the old “Speedy Gourmet” building on Shell Beach Rd. It is an eyesore. Isn’t there some legal way to force the owners either rehabs the building, tear the building down and rebuild, or sell to someone who will improve it?


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

alan ormsby inside Area 3 October 8, 2018, 12:54 PM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
Fix the roads. Stop stealing all the sales tax money for other slush fund projects.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

DAVID PECCI inside Area 5 October 1, 2018, 9:09 PM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
1) Bring more shopping and eateries to locals off James Way. Perhaps expand out near Coastal Christian school. More commercial and retail development. A nicer Osh shopping center and no more high-end restaurants for tourists like Hapy.

Arroyo Grande has a large movie theater, Trader Joe's, Chili's, new development near the planned Aldi, and so much more. It would be nice if Pismo had a small 2-3 screen theater like SoCal's Arclight Cinemas with a dinner and movie experience.

2) No vintage trailers in downtown Pismo. That's tacky. Instead I'd like to see more shopping and dining similiar to Cannery Row in Monterey. Like a Benihana and Ghiradelli Chocolate Factory.

3) No more hotels until increase in other businesses and other industries other than tourism. Price Canyon could be a place for tech businesses and green energy companies.


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach

dave daguerre inside Area 3 October 1, 2018, 7:43 AM

What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next 2 years? (You may list more than one.)
1) save water. freeze all building or large remodels with added water usage.
2) improve tennis courts on Bello St. and use Old City Hall for fire department housing and equipment storage.
3) Improve traffic patrol downtown area.
4) Additional stop light and cross walk on Dolliver


Please select from one of the items below:
I live in the City of Pismo Beach