A FOLLOW-UP ANNOUNCEMENT – AN EVENING UPDATE: May 12, 2020
This evening, we’ve received several inquiries regarding clarification on tomorrow’s scheduled webinar along with additional COVID-19 updates; therefore, we’re following up with an evening update. See details below.
Partnering Community Stakeholders & City of Paso Robles Update
Since the onset of COVID-19, Main Street, the City of Paso and our partnering community stakeholders–Chamber of Commerce, Travel Paso, Paso Wine Alliance and Hispanic Business Association–have been working in collaboration on the sharing/exchange of information (i.e., COVID-19 updates/resources, open local businesses, etc.); and now, a focus on a recovery plan for Paso Robles.
As a reminder, in our weekly updates, Main Street acknowledges that Paso Robles Downtown retail businesses, hotels, offices, restaurants, residents and cultural institutions are continuing to adjust to COVID-19 related disruptions. We continue to advocate for these organizations, share relevant information when helpful and assist with economic recovery.
If you have questions or need further clarification of which businesses are permitted to be open at any time, please click HERE. It’s important that our community businesses and residents continue to follow and be in compliance with CDC guidelines.
Due to Main Street receiving frequent daily updates from multiple governmental agencies, we will continue to forward updates to all of you on an ongoing basis. Main Street will continue to do everything we can do to communicate updates and support our members, partners, volunteers and community.
Thank you. We hope you continue to stay safe and healthy.
COVID-19 IMPACT UPDATE
Be involved in our downtown recovery plan! Important webinar is coming up tomorrow!
Tomorrow, on Wed., May 13th at 1pm, there is is a scheduled webinar that Chamber of Commerce has scheduled. Main Street is extending out the invite for you to join this round table business discussion concerning recovery efforts in support of our Paso Robles Downtown.
During this Zoom session, the City of Paso Robles will be presenting a draft proposal of the reopening plans for the downtown area for consideration and discussion. There will be a Q&A session to follow and all are encouraged to participate.
You’re feedback is vital in our road map to recovery!
Please click the button below to register for this important Zoom meeting.
The Central Coast Coalition of Chambers is launching a survey to help better understand the long-term regional impacts of COVID-19. Your input is invaluable as we, alongside our partners, continue the work of advocating for business at the local, regional and statewide level.
We ask that you please take a few minutes (average is 4) to fill out this brief survey before it closes on Sunday, May 17 at 11:59pm.