District News and Upcoming Events

Shandon Library Hours  
**Due to the extreme heat, the Shandon Library will be closed Saturday, July 13. We plan to reopen on Tuesday, July 16 as the forecasted temperature for Tuesday-Thursday is in the high 80s.**

Effective January 1, 2024. The new hours of operation will be: 

Shandon

Tues 11-6

Wed 11-6

Thur 10-5

Fri Closed

Sat 10-5

Nipomo Veterans Resource Fair 

Join the Veterans Resource Fair, hosted by the San Luis Obispo County Veteran Service Office and the Nipomo Veterans of Foreign Wars.

Event Highlights:

  • Free Lunch: Lunch is free for all Active Duty, Reservist, National Guardsmen and Veterans. Non-Military will be charged a $10 fee for a BBQ lunch.
  • Health and Medical Claims Assistance: Get help with navigating your health benefits.
  • Funeral Assistance: Learn about available funeral services and support.
  • Veteran Homelessness Resources: Discover programs aimed at helping homeless veterans.
  • Financial Assistance: Find out about financial aid opportunities for veterans.
  • VA Home Loan Benefit: Get information on how to utilize your VA home loan.
  • Nonprofit Organizations: Connect with local and national veteran nonprofits offering activities such as fishing, horseback riding, surfing, and more.

This event is a great opportunity to access valuable resources, connect with support networks, and meet other veterans in your community.

Date: July 13

Time: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Location: Nipomo Veterans of Foreign Wars;140 S Thompson Ave, Nipomo, CA 93444


Construction of the Dover Canyon Road Bridge Replacement ProjectImage of a map showing the Dover Canyon Road Bridge

On Monday, June 10, 2024, the County of San Luis Obispo will begin work to replace the bridge on Dover Canyon Road over Jack Creek. The bridge is located between Paso Robles and Cambria, 1.3 miles southwest of Vineyard Drive.  The public can expect to reduce speeds and experience delays of up to 10 minutes through the construction zone, which is expected to last until November.   

The first part of the project will involve constructing a temporary detour bridge adjacent to the existing bridge, which will take approximately one month. Once the detour bridge is in place, traffic will be diverted around the existing bridge through a 15-mph detour. After the existing bridge is demolished, the new bridge will be constructed in its place. Traffic will be re-routed onto the new bridge and the temporary bridge will be removed in the fall of 2024.  

This project will replace a bridge that has reached the end of its useful life and improve roadway safety by increasing the bridge to two lanes and installing modern guardrails.  

Souza Construction has been awarded the contract for approximately $2.25M to perform the work.  The project is funded by the Federal Highway Administration via grant funding administered by Caltrans and local funds. 


North County Pool Schedules

Schedules can also be found at: https://slocountyparks.com/aquatic-programs/