- Downtown Perspective
In San Luis Obispo, there is a handful of people that have dedicated much of their lives to creating the warm and inviting place that we affectionately call Downtown. Last month I had an opportunity to meet with one individual that undoubtedly played a big role in shaping the present state of our community. Deborah Cash spent nearly 20 years at the helm of the Downtown Association and as my predecessor she navigated some difficult times and exciting times but always stayed on course to building a better Downtown. Needless to say, I had some questions for Deborah that I hoped would shed some insight into what her career looked like, through her eyes.
- Join Our Team
The SLO Downtown Association currently has two job openings. The organization is looking for an individual to join its team as a Downtown Ambassador. Our Downtown Ambassadors work together with SLO Police Department in making sure the Downtown area is safe. The Ambassadors also welcome tourists to the area, communicate with business owners and staff, and keep our streets clean.
The SLO Downtown Association is also seeking a dynamic individual to fill the position of our Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market mascot, Downtown Brown. If you have spirit, an outgoing personality and enjoy being around children and people, please consider playing the role of our beloved Market mascot Downtown Brown. For more information or if you would like to apply for either positions, please click here.
- Downtown Business Spotlight – SLO Yoga Center
Nestled amongst Higuera Street shops lies a space meant to replenish the mind and body. With high energy and happy vibes, the SLO Yoga Center unites all yoga lovers of different ages. It is a relaxing and expressive place that allows San Luis Obispo locals to dive into the practice of foundational yoga. This foundational yoga is “true yoga,” basing all of its teachings on methods from India, where yoga originates. It does not solely focus on conditioning the body but incorporates meditation techniques meant to satisfy and strengthen the mind. Read More
Thursday, June 2nd
Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market is growing with an expanded produce section of The Market! Starting Thursday, June 2nd, look for the “Fresh Harvest” section on Chorro Street.