As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, the City of San Luis Obispo is deciding whether to keep some pandemic-era changes, like dining parklets.
The city installed the outdoor dining parklets for restaurants when indoor operations were shut down.
The parklets are spaces that are built out onto the street and utilize parking space in front of the businesses, at no cost to the restaurants.
Luke Schwartz is the transportation manager with the City of San Luis Obispo. He said the city is asking people to fill out a survey about whether to keep the parklets.