On Tuesday, Aug. 6, the Board of Supervisors in San Luis Obispo County, CA, voted unanimously to adopt the Oceano Revitalization Plan. Opticos worked on the project, which was funded by a $149,974 Caltrans grant, with the Local Government Commissiom, Lisa Wise Consulting, and Nelson\Nygaard.
The new plan builds on the existing Oceano Specific Plan and aims to guide the city’s growth over the next 30 years by evaluating potential pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly improvements along the downtown corridor (defined as the Highway 1 overpass, south to 23rd Street, and the residential areas surrounding the business district).
Local officials and the development team are optimistic that the plan will make Oceano’s downtown core more inviting for locals, visitors, and businesses. “I’m hoping to see an investment in this community,” said 3rd District Supervisor Adam Hill in a Times Press Recorder article. “I’m hopeful…that Oceano is going to flourish.”
Read the plan here.
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