Atascadero Info

Atascadero, California is located in San Luis Obispo County. Zip codes in Atascadero, CA include 93423, and 93422. The median home price in Atascadero is $400,600 which is roughly $237/per square foot. More Atascadero information.

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Local news for Atascadero, CA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

8 hrs ago |

Drought's effects on Atascadero Lake to be subject of forum

Bill Rainwater with the city of Atascadero removes dead carp from Atascadero Lake on Friday, Sept.


13 hrs ago |

Construction of 130-room Marriott hotel is underway in Atascadero

A rendering shows what the SpringHill Suites by Marriott hotel under construction in Atascadero will look like when it's complete in December.


14 hrs ago |

Atascadero City Council takes first step to put sales tax hike on Nov. 4 ballot

After much discussion, the City Council on Tuesday unanimously voted to direct its staff to prepare a proposal for the council to consider on June 24 on whether to put a half percent sales tax measure on the Nov. 4 ballot.


17 hrs ago | Cal Coast News

Water moratorium lawsuit transferred out of SLO County

One of two lawsuits seeking to have the Paso Robles water moratorium ordinance overturned will be decided by a judge in Santa Clara County.


Tue Apr 22, 2014

Cal Coast News

Atascadero bank robber suspected in two other bank heists

Working with the FBI, police in San Luis Obispo County have determine the two suspects arrested Thursday for robbing an Atascadero bank also robbed banks in Arroyo Grande and Pismo Beach.


Mon Apr 21, 2014

Cal Coast News

Atascadero considering sales tax hike

The Atascadero City Council will consider Tuesday whether or not to put a sales tax increase on the November ballot.


Cal Coast News

Police identify alleged Atascadero bank robbers

Atascadero police have identified the man and woman arrested for robbing Chase Bank on Thursday as George Jesie Gonzalez, of Santa Maria, and Tonya Michelle Young, of Paso Robles.


Fri Apr 18, 2014

Two people taken into custody in Atascadero bank robbery

UPDATE 9:10 p.m.: Atascadero police took a man and woman into custody Thursday evening on suspicion of robbing a local bank and are investigating whether the suspects could be connected to two South County robberies.


Thu Apr 17, 2014

Atascadero ice rink to become roller rink for summertime skating

North County resident Derek Ehinger is in the process of converting Blades on Ice, his seasonal ice rink, into a temporary roller rink in downtown Atascadero.


Tue Apr 15, 2014


Atascadero is the Heart of Family Fun

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Local government meetings for the week of April 14

Arroyo Grande Planning Commission. Meets Tuesday. 473-5420. Consider permit for renovation of the Public Works Corporation Yard at 1375 Ash St., including a new 2,000-square-foot administration building, renovation of existing locker rooms, exterior painting and minor landscaping.


Thu Apr 10, 2014

Judge rules against guitarist in prelim hearing on online underage sex case

Steve Klein in a San Luis Obispo courtroom for a preliminary hearing Thursday. He faces five counts of lewd act on a child, one count of contact with a minor with intent to commit a sex offense and one count of possession of child pornography.


Mon Apr 07, 2014

Trio of North County residents arrested on drug charges

Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated the amount of methamphetamine seized by police; it was more than an ounce.


There's no end to Quota International's community work

Quota International District 33 is "Celebrating the Good Times" in Morro Bay from April 25 to 27. Morro Bay Quotarians will host members from Templeton, Bakersfield, Paso Robles, Atascadero, Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo.


Fri Apr 04, 2014

The Daily News Journal

Norris Burkes: Judging others by appearances leads to life lesson

<![CDATA[I spent my high school years in Atascadero, Calif. (that's uh-task-a-DARE-oh), a secluded slice of heaven 15 miles inland and halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. In the early '70s, the town was shaded by hundreds of towering oak trees and had 10,000 residents hidden in the folds and crevices of its rolling coastal hills. We were so far from the nearest known sin that our high school needed a dormitory to house students living farther than 50 miles. Across the street from the dormitory and downhill from the high school, my father pastored the First Southern Baptist Church where I attended three times a week. While people in big-city churches wore bell-bottomed trousers or maxi dresses, our men wore jeans and boots and the women wore, uh, jeans and boots. One Sunday night, in the midst of a lethargic hymn, I heard the vestibule door rattle. I turned to see three latecomers taking seats on our back pew. Two of them were shoeless and unwashed bearded men who walked on the cuffs of their tattered jeans and had stringy long hair. The third was a woman who wasn't dressed much better in her fringed skirt and brown vest. I wondered if these were drug-addicted hippies I'd only read about. Had they finally come to repent for their numerous sins? Were they planning a sit-in? I immediately started praying something like this: "God, thank you for bringing these lost ones among us. Please help them ask Jesus into their hearts." As quickly as I'd said "amen," the three of them walked the side aisle and took seats in the front row. I sat in the glowing belief that my prayer had been stunningly effective. What would I pray next? Perhaps I'd pray that my science teacher would repent from teaching evolution. Or maybe my English teacher would seek atonement for living with his girlfriend. As my father walked to the pulpit, I said a quick prayer that sounded more like I was ordering a lightning strike. "Now, God! Now! Let them hear your word and repent." But the only voice I heard was my father saying, "We have a guest speaker from San Luis Obispo. He's the president of the Baptist Student Union at California Polytechnic University." "Wow," I thought. "That's the kind of god-fearing speaker these vagabonds need." As I peered over the pews searching for our mystery guest, the "unwashed hippie" stood and thanked my dad for hosting him. I was breathless with incredulity, but mostly overwhelmed with shame as the man shared his heart for reaching people through God's love. My prayers had ricocheted off my target and struck my hypocritical heart. I was the one in need of repentance. It was I who was unwashed. My thoughts went back to a sermon I'd heard my father preach from the book of Acts. In the story, Peter has a vision in which he is offered non-kosher food. He, of course, refuses, but God's voice in the vision is clear. "Do not call anything impure that God has made clean." At the end of the day, Peter's vision wasn't about food -- it was about God's universal acceptance of all people. As Peter would later explain, "God has shown me that I should not call anyone impure or unclean." I can't tell you what the "hippie" from Cal Poly preached about that night, but these many years later I have clearly recounted the sermon God intended me to hear.


Thu Apr 03, 2014

Fishing Report: Female fish, female angler highlight the past week of tournaments

The patience and persistence of 20-year-old Austin Bonjour was key to winning a 101 Bass tournament at Santa Margarita Lake with his dad, Larry.


Mon Mar 31, 2014

Lake is an asset

I am glad that in his March 25 column , Lon Allan addressed the unfortunate fact that Atascadero Lake is being neglected.


Atascadero fundraiser

At Paloma Creek Park in Atascadero, we are in the process of installing lights at the newly built horseshoe courts.


Fri Mar 28, 2014

Green Bay Press-Gazette

Norris Burkes column: 'Hippies' depict the heart of God's love

In the early '70s, the town was shaded by hundreds of towering oak trees and had 10,000 residents hidden in the folds and crevices of its rolling coastal hills.


Thu Mar 27, 2014

Fishing Report: Junk fishing pays off nicely for duo

While a majority of the 27-team field focused on bed fish, Louis Fernandes and partner Patrick Touey sought out the dirtiest water they could find.



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