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Morro Bay's Pursuit of Federal Innovation Loan could Save Ratepayers Millions, and is Supported by U.S. Congressman Carbajal
Based upon requests for information submitted to the City by community members, City officials are reminding the Morro Bay public that political signs are allowed to be placed on private property.
The City released the draft rate study for the City’s water and sewer enterprise funds. The rate study, drafted by the rate consultant firm Bartle Wells, is a projection of the rates needed to fund the new Water Reclamation Facility (W...
The Blue Ribbon Commission, comprised of Morro Bay residents with significant finance and business experience and expertise, determined the City's proposed new water and sewer rates are reasonable.
The City's Commercial Medical Cannabis Operation permit application is now available. It can also be found under "Services and Links" on the City's Planning Division page found at www.morrobayca.gov/planning.
For information on the Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) project, visit:
As part of Plan Morro Bay, the City’s General Plan/Local Coastal Program update project, the City is considering proposed zoning changes to its Short-Term Vacation Rental Ordinance. On May 15, 2018, the Planning Commission considered p...
Over the next year, the City of Morro Bay will be working with you to continue the update of the City’s General Plan/Local Coastal Plan and Zoning Code Update project started in early 2016. Input from the public, GPAC, and PC has resul...
Winds Light and Variable, Seas2-4 feet, Visibility 6NM.
Seas 2-4 ft with occasional 6 ft, 6 nm visibility, 5-10 knots of wind.
Entrance Buoy and Jetty Tips: 2-3'. Winds are light and variable. Visibility is 0.5 NM. The tide is currently flooding until 9:19 AM at 3.0 FT.