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Upcoming Community Meetings

SLOCOG is working with community partners to schedule information sharing meetings regarding a $2.4B county-wide shortfall in transportation funding projected in the recently approved Regional Transportation Plan. With that in mind, SLOCOG is moving forward to consider a potential 2024 local transportation tax measure and we are looking for local feedback on project needs to add to an expenditure plan.


Sign up below to schedule an information sharing meeting for your local group or organization.

South County Chamber Governmental Affairs Committee

October, 27th, 2023

Rotary Club of Los Osos

November, 10th, 2023

Rotary Club of Paso Robles

December, 7th, 2023

Local Roads First in the News


SLO County Considering a New Sales Tax That Could Generate $35 Million a Year

September, 11th, 2023

The San Luis Obispo County Council of Governments (SLOCOG), says the county could face a $2.3 billion deficit for transportation projects in 23 years...FULL STORY

The Tribune

New SLO County Sales Tax Could Raise $35 Million a Year for Transportation Projects

September, 11th, 2023

The sales tax would create a dedicated funding stream for transportation projects, which can be used to bolster applications for those state grants...FULL STORY


[SLOCOG] is Looking Into a 0.5% Sales Tax Increase for Roads

September, 19th, 2023

The average miles per gallon of vehicles has roughly doubled over the last 30 years, and while that’s good for the environment. There may be some unintended consequences...FULL STORY

The Tribune

SLO County’s Traffic is Getting Worse.

Is a New Sales Tax the Key to Easing Congestion? | Opinion

September, 11th, 2023

Voters in San Luis Obispo County may get another chance to pass a half-cent sales tax increase to fund highway improvements and other transportation projects...FULL STORY

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