for the community’s future, and a community discussion of potential adaptation strategies to address risks.”
This workshop is part of the Resilient SLO event series and will include updates on t project. Resilient SLO, an initiative to better prepare the community for the impacts of climate change, is funded through a Caltrans Adaptation Planning Grant and led by the City of San Luis Obispo, Ascent Environmental, and the Local Government Commission.
The project will assess the extent of potential physical hazards, such as floods, extreme heat, and wildfires that are made worse by climate change, identify the best ways to develop community resilience, and update the Safety Element of the General Plan.
“Community engagement and input is an integral part of the project, and the upcoming workshop will provide an opportunity for community members to become more involved,” said McClish.