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TEMPLETON POOL SUMMER SCHEDULE - Please click here to download a flyer with the full schedule and information on swimming lessons.  The pool opens on the weekends beginning Memorial Day weekend.

4th OF JULY IN TEMPLETON - Celebrate the 4th of July with your Templeton friends and neighbors!  Here is a list of the numerous activities and events that will take place on or around Wed, July 4th, with links to more information:

ASSEMBLYMAN CUNNINGHAM JOINS COMMUNITY LEADERS FOR GROUNDBREAKING OF NEW WATER PROJECT - (June 8) Today, Jordan Cunningham (R-SLO) joined the Templeton Community Services District and local leaders for a special groundbreaking ceremony of the Templeton Upper Salinas River Basin Conjunctive Use Project (US-CUP).  The water project will increase local water supply.  To read more, please click here.

DEADLINE TO ENTER TEMPLETON'S INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE IS JUNE 30 - 4th of July is just around the corner and it's time to fill out and turn in your entry forms for the 2018 Independence Day Parade in Templeton.  Entry forms are available at the Templeton Community Services District (TCSD) office located at 5th & Crocker, the Templeton Chamber of Commerce office, and online (please click here).

COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE ON JUNE 15 - Help needed with the summer blood supply!  A Community Blood Drive will be held on Friday, June 15th from 2 to 6:30 pm at the Templeton Fire Station (206 5th Street across from Templeton Park).  For more information, please click here

SUMMER JOBS AT THE MID-STATE FAIR - For more information, please click here.

Above:  Templeton Community Services District (TCSD) held a formal groundbreaking ceremony this morning (June 8) to commemorate beginning work on a significant and long-awaited project to enhance Templeton's water resiliency.  Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham, 1st District Supervisor John Peschong, 5th District Supervisor Debbie Arnold, TCSD Board President Wayne Petersen, Vice-President Gwen Plefrey, Director Pamela Jardini, and other honored community members participated in the event today.  After almost two decades of research, planning, and funding challenges, the long sought goal to collect and treat all of Templeton's wastewater flows internally is finally coming to fruition.  The $8.2M infrastructure project will provide a new, drought resistant water supply (about 240 acre-feet) to meet both seasonal and projected annual demands.  Photo (c) Soaring Eagle Press 2016; All Rights Reserved