Parking in downtown Paso Robles was not much of a problem back in 1883, although the streets got muddy with all that rain.
Today, parking continues to be an issue. City councilman Chris Bausch talks about the changes going into effect this month of March.
The new Flo-Bird app will go into effect soon. Meantime, you need to go to the kiosk and register your car and credit card number. The first two hours are free, then it’s $2 per hour to park downtown in Paso Robles, unless you park outside the downtown area. Signs are posted to make you aware of what parking lots are free.
The city council meets tomorrow night, but the mayor will not be here. He is undergoing treatment for a serious health issue. Cancer and other debilitating ailments take time, but mayor Martin says he will be back on the dais in a few weeks.