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Coastal Community Builders Gives Big!

In expression of their strong commitment to local nonprofits working to improve the quality of life, Coastal Community Builders made a generous contribution of $5000 to the San Luis Obispo County Bicycle Coalition’s Connect SLO County initiative. Presenting the donation, Gary Grossman, president of Coastal Community Builders announced “It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm […]

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Chorro Valley Trail Study

The long dreamed of trail between San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay is taking another step forward.  SLOCOG is preparing a feasibility study and implementation plan for a multipurpose trail in the Chorro Valley. This trail would connect the cities of San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay, in the vicinity of Highway 1, with connections to Cal Poly and […]

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Bike Barriers Survey

This online survey seeks input on bicycling in our communities throughout SLO County. The survey helps us understand how people ride bicycles locally, what types of barriers exist, and how we can make riding better for decades to come. In order to improve built facilities for bicycles we encourage everyone to take the survey, regardless of your […]

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Chorro Valley Trail RFP

Add another potential path to the mix here in beautiful SLO County. A connection between San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay has long been dreamed of, and now a call for official proposals for a feasibility study (and more) is here! Read more below and visit the SLOCOG website for further details. SLOCOG is seeking […]

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Bicycling Behaviors Survey

SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS (SLOCOG) SEEKING INPUT ON BICYCLING BEHAVIORS SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – March 22, 2013 — The San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG)  and partners want to know more about bicycling behaviors in SLO County. This week, a survey is being mailed to 2,000 randomly selected individuals, asking for their […]

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