From the City Manager's Desk​​​​

To Paso Robles Citizens -

Purpose of a City Newsletter

The City Newsletter is founded in the belief, first enunciated by Thomas Jefferson, that an informed citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of democratic government. 

The sole purpose of this newsletter is to share with you, the citizens of Paso Robles, the actions of your city government and other information of value to you. We welcome your ongoing suggestions on topics of interest and how we can make this newsletter of even greater value.

Communication Between City & Citizens

To be fully effective over the long run, communication between a city and its citizens needs to go both ways. One of the incredible advantages of local government, in comparison to state and federal government, is that we are all neighbors. We see each other at the grocery store, at school events, and while walking on the street. 

Contacting Us

You can also call, write, or email us at any time. Find contact information for the City Council, or you can email me

You can stop by City Hall at any hour of the work day or address the City Council at a Council meeting (6:30 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of the month, at City Hall, 1000 Spring Street).

Thank you for your help,
City Manager Tom Frutchey