The Sierra Bonita Coalition is pleased to report significant progress with the repair of the Sierra Bonita Village’s streets and sidewalks! The Coalition is made up of a group of the Village’s residents and concerned organizations, including Habitat for Humanity for SLO County, working to address the community’s concerns, including the poor condition of the community’s streets and sidewalks.
Last March the Coalition submitted a well-documented case to the City of Paso Robles that identified the poor condition of the neighborhood’s streets and sidewalks and the impact this has had on our residents. After meeting with Coalition members, Councilman Steven Gregory and Dick McKinley, Director of the City of Paso Robles Public Works Department, made a commitment on behalf of the City to address the Sierra Bonita Village Resident’s concerns.
The first steps in our new partnership with the City resulted in recently completed work repaving Southview Circle, one of the Coalition’s top concerns, and repairs to the community’s sidewalks. The repairs to the street included lowering the manhole cover, repairing damaged sections of the street, and filling holes, along with two coats of slurry.
We are deeply appreciative to the City for their partnership and commitment to our efforts in maintain and revitalize the Sierra Bonita Village community. The City is genuinely interested in addressing our concerns and the Coalition has established a positive working relationship with City staff that will serve Sierra Bonita Village now and in the future.
To learn more about our Sierra Bonita Coalition and Habitat’s Neighborhood Revitalization work please visit https://www.hfhsloco.org/sbcoalition/
Photos of Southview Circle street repairs provided by City of Paso Robles: