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  • City begins process for 2011-13 Financial Plan: On Saturday, January 29, 2011, the City Council selected their Major City Goals, the top priorities around which the next two-year budget will be built.
  • Saving Yesterday for Tomorrow:  Community Historic Records Preservation Project:  As one of California's oldest settlements, San Luis Obispo has a rich and varied history. Stored in the City vault are the City's earliest minutes, ordinances, resolutions, land applications, letters, and library minutes dating back 150 years. All are in danger of deterioration and will eventually be lost without the help of our community.  Groups or individuals are strongly urged to consider making a donation to the Preserving the Past for Tomorrow project. For further information about this unique project, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 781-7102.
  • Online Utility Billing and Payment is Available!  Water and sewer customers have the option to access water and sewer account information on line. We are committed to providing the highest level of service possible and are pleased to provide customers with the option to:
         * Make water and sewer bill payments online as needed, or
         * Sign up for monthly utility bills to be paid automatically from a
            debit or credit card;
         * View and compare water use and account transaction history;
         * Sign up for water and sewer service.
    Paying your water and sewer bill has never been easier! Visit the Utility Billing site to get started
  • The Ranger Service would like to promote education about the “Living with California Mountain Lions” brochure. Due to the recent sightings of mountain lions in the City’s open space, it's appropriate to inform the public about this species of wildlife. Check our their website for more tips while on the trails.
  • The City of San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly and Cuesta College have partnered for a 2nd year, offering FREE conflict resolution services to all SLO residents. If you are experiencing challenges with a neighbor, landlord, tenant or roommate, call 549-0442 to start moving from conflict to resolution. Conflict Resolution Specialists are available to speak with you regarding your dispute and will help you determine if mediation is the next step. For more information, contact Creative Mediation.
   

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