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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

These are trying times, but they are also times that bring out the best in people. Our Neighborhood Emergency Awareness Team (NEAT) volunteers are stepping forward to do what they can to help us help one another as much as we can, given the "shelter at home" and other restrictions currently in place.

Block captains and assistants will be contacting residents by phone or email to say hello and to see if individuals need help or can offer help to their neighbors. As they gather information, they may be able to match people in need with people who can help. Erin Gifford, one of our NEAT volunteers, has offered to be the contact person for this effort. Block captains, assistants, and residents may contact her at

Of course, there are limits on what can be done, and the first and most important thing is that we all follow all current orders as to shelter at home, 6-foot social distancing, and all CDC recommendations to keep ourselves and others safe!

A roster of the Block Captains is included below for your reference. Also, consult this map to find the block for your property:
Cabrillo Block Map
Well, that fortune has certainly come true. If you are feeling stressed, anxious, helpless, you are in good company. NEAT co-chair Annie Rohrbach-Walker has some suggestions on how to keep yourself together and build up your natural immune system. Read them on the CEPOA website.
Need information information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? The County Office of Emergency Services (OES) maintains, a one-stop resource for San Luis Obispo County residents and visitors focused on emergency preparedness and response.  You'll find the latest local information plus links to state and federal resources.

Also, Assemblyman Jordan Cunningham has provided a list of resources available to seniors, people with disabilities, and people with pre-existing health problems during the COVID-19 outbreak throughout the Central Coast. It includes food pick-up locations, food delivery services and resource centers, organized by community. Find it on the CEPOA website.
Block A: 2505-2595 Rodman & 220 + 250--292 Madera (East):    
    Bruce Terrell  282 Madera  805-458-6650

Block B: San Dominico, San Leandro, San Sebastian
    No Block Captain yet; any volunteers?

Block C: 200-225 Madera (West) (except 220=Block A) & San Ricardo
    Mike Preach  218 Madera  805-528-7072

Block D: 2608-2690 Rodman  *(For this emergency only)
    *Erin Gifford  2658 Rodman 805-528-7339
    No permanent Block Captain yet; any volunteers?

Block E: 2701-2710 Rodman & 224-257 Travis (Lower)
    Dan Grant  2706 Rodman   805-750-0544

Block F: 2707-2831 Rodman (except 2708-2710=E; 2800-2806-2812-2818-2824-2830=H)
    Tony Morrocco  2743 Rodman    805-528-1000
    Marianane Davis 2767 Rodman 805-748-5082

Block G: Bowie & San Jacinto
    Fred Rappleye   265 San Jacinto   661-203-0013

Block H: Alamo & 2800-2896 Rodman (except 2801-2807-2813-2819-2831=Block F)
    Balaji Nukal   2813 Alamo    805-704-8663
    Need Co-Block Captain; any volunteers?

Block I: Houston
    No Block Captain yet; any volunteers?

Block J: 336-393 Travis (Upper) (except 341 and 349=Block K)
    Steve Cohen   344 Travis    805-528-4442
    Brenda Robinson 389 Travis   805-534-9314
    Alan Deckel     356 Travis    805-528-4466

Block K: 264-349 Travis (Middle) (except 336-340-344-348=Block J)
    Trish Bartel    312 Travis    805-212-8158
    John Ridgely    325 Travis   805-242-6248
    Hal Furguson   308 Travis  805-528-3559

Block L: Crockett and Austin
    John Lalley   2747 Crockett   805-439-4370

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