In 2014, Atascadero voters approved a ballot measure which authorized the City to increase its sales tax rate by ½ percent for a term of 12 years, together with a measure advising that the funds be primarily utilized for road maintenance projects.The measure calls for a Citizens’ Sales Tax Oversight Committee for the oversight of the 2014 Sales Tax Measure.
New! List of Measure F-14 Road Projects Budget for F-14 Projects (2015-2020)
New! Interactive Map of Project Roads 2015 Community Road Report
Citizens’ Sales Tax Oversight Committee FAQs
Like all cities and counties in California, Atascadero suffers from a funding short fall for road maintenance due to the aging road system and State budget reductions. Atascadero has 141 miles of City Maintained Roads and 29 miles of Non-City Maintained Roads. Atascadero’s rural nature exacerbates the problem because its low population and high road miles translate to low funding levels, since many road maintenance funds are derived from population statistics.
The Road Loan Program provides an alternative to assessments for neighborhoods that wish to improve their local roads. The program allows residents to come together on their own as a neighborhood to decide how best to improve their street. Once the neighbors have agreed on the improvements and a construction timeline, those financially supporting the improvements can apply for a ten year, city-backed loan. Click the link below for more information.
Road Loan Program Information
Atascadero Road Program Presentation to City Council - 7/11/2006
This interactive map shows which streets in Atascadero are city maintained or non city maintained. You can search by address to see the maintained status of the street at that address.
City Maintained & Non-Maintained Street Map
The Public Works Department oversees all Street & Transportation programs for the City of Atascadero. The information below and the links to the left highlight some of these efforts.
The Dial-a-Ride service provided door-to-door service throughout the city limits.
This program allows neighborhoods to optain a city-backed loan to improve the condition of their local street.
The Streets Divison is responsible for maintaining all of the City-Maintained streets along with all of the infrastructure supporting these streets.
In 2014, Atascadero voters approved a ballot measure which authorized the City to increase its sales tax rate by ½ percent for a term of 12 years, together with a measure advising that the funds be primarily utilized for road maintenance projects.
Regional Transit Information
For additional transportation information, including regional fixed route schedules, rates, discounts and online bus pass purchases please see the link below:
•RTA Schedules and Fare Information
Address: 6500 Palma AvePhone: (805) 461-5000Fax: (805) 461-7612Contact Page: www.atascadero.org/contactus
Address: 5505 El Camino RealPhone: (805) 461-5051Fax: (805) 461-3702Website: www.atascadero.org/Police
Address: 6005 Lewis AvePhone: (805) 461-5070Fax: (805) 466-2907Website: www.atascadero.org/Fire
Address: 5599 Traffic WayPhone: (805) 470-3360Fax: (805) 461-7612Website: www.atascadero.org/communitycenter
Address: 9315 Pismo AvePhone: (805) 461-5005Fax: (805) 461-5026Website: www.paviliononthelake.com
Address: 9305 Pismo AvePhone: (805) 461-5080Fax: (805) 461-7625Website: www.charlespaddockzoo.org
Address: 8005 Gabarda RdPhone: (805) 461-5000Fax: (805) 461-5022Website: www.atascadero.org/wwtp
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