Projects

 

Port-O Cool Units & Big Ass Fans – 2000-2007

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

With fairtime temperatures reaching well over 100 degrees daily, keeping both livestock and fairgoers cool has been a long time struggle for fair management.  The addition of 15 Port-O Cools and installation of large fans has offered a cooling solution. Cost: $61,693

Livestock Pavilion – 2004

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

   A structure was built over the existing Ag Park to become new fairtime livestock show rings and house additional portable horse stalls during the interim period.  This building has aided in a financial windfall of stall revenue in the interim.  Also, it has enhanced the Equestrian Center assets for interested horse events. Cost: $750,000

Skybox – 2000

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

   The skybox was a joint project with the fair that combine the Revenue Generating Program award of $200,000 and sale of seats on the deck for the annual concert series.  This structure also included two new concession stands and home for the “Voice of the Fair” located on the midway deck. Cost: $453,774  

Equestrian Center Additions – Practice Arena – 2002

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

With the many on-going improvements to the equestrian facilities, the CMSF has become a national recognized premier venue.  Now referred to in the interim as the Paso Robles Event Center, people travel nation-wide to partake in events and enjoy the facilities. Cost: $490,000

Oak Tree Parking Lot/Property – 2001

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

The additional land purchased by the CMSFHF created a much needed parking lot expansion.  The “Oak Tree Lot” as it is currently known, is home to all VIP reserved parking. Cost: $150,000

Covered Equestrian Center – 2000

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

    With the addition of the covered arena, the fair has flourished in interim rentals.  Past and current national horse shows that have been held include: ~ Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Futurity ~ Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Derby ~ National Reined Cow Horse Association Derby ~ National Reined Cow Horse Association Classic…

Still Exhibits Display – On-Going

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

From quilt racks to mannequins to chick incubators to veggie display carts, no task is to small for the CMSFHF! Cost: $12,500

Shell Gate Crossing Guard – 1999

By Heritage Foundation | January 13, 2016

With many of the junior livestock exhibitors staying at the local hotels located across the street from the fairgrounds, there had always been a concern for child safety when crossing the busy street.  Each year the CMSFHF pays for the city to install a crosswalk and for on-ground security to supervise. Cost: $7800 /year  

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CMSF Heritage Foundation

P.O. Box 8
Paso Robles, CA93447

Phone: (805) 238-3745

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Junior Livestock Improvements – On-going

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

   From the fan installation to rewiring the Beef Barns for additional power.  The CMSFHF Livestock Committee is already to make any needed improvements to the facility on an annual basis. Cost: $38,500

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Port-O Cool Units & Big Ass Fans – 2000-2007

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

With fairtime temperatures reaching well over 100 degrees daily, keeping both livestock and fairgoers cool has been a long time struggle for fair management.  The addition of 15 Port-O Cools and installation of large fans has offered a cooling solution. Cost: $61,693

Read More

Livestock Pavilion – 2004

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

   A structure was built over the existing Ag Park to become new fairtime livestock show rings and house additional portable horse stalls during the interim period.  This building has aided in a financial windfall of stall revenue in the interim.  Also, it has enhanced the Equestrian Center assets for interested horse events. Cost: $750,000

Read More

Skybox – 2000

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

   The skybox was a joint project with the fair that combine the Revenue Generating Program award of $200,000 and sale of seats on the deck for the annual concert series.  This structure also included two new concession stands and home for the “Voice of the Fair” located on the midway deck. Cost: $453,774  

Read More

Equestrian Center Additions – Practice Arena – 2002

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

With the many on-going improvements to the equestrian facilities, the CMSF has become a national recognized premier venue.  Now referred to in the interim as the Paso Robles Event Center, people travel nation-wide to partake in events and enjoy the facilities. Cost: $490,000

Read More

Oak Tree Parking Lot/Property – 2001

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

The additional land purchased by the CMSFHF created a much needed parking lot expansion.  The “Oak Tree Lot” as it is currently known, is home to all VIP reserved parking. Cost: $150,000

Read More

Covered Equestrian Center – 2000

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

    With the addition of the covered arena, the fair has flourished in interim rentals.  Past and current national horse shows that have been held include: ~ Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Futurity ~ Pacific Coast Cutting Horse Association Derby ~ National Reined Cow Horse Association Derby ~ National Reined Cow Horse Association Classic…

Read More

Still Exhibits Display – On-Going

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

From quilt racks to mannequins to chick incubators to veggie display carts, no task is to small for the CMSFHF! Cost: $12,500

Read More

Shell Gate Crossing Guard – 1999

By Heritage Foundation | Jan 13, 2016

With many of the junior livestock exhibitors staying at the local hotels located across the street from the fairgrounds, there had always been a concern for child safety when crossing the busy street.  Each year the CMSFHF pays for the city to install a crosswalk and for on-ground security to supervise. Cost: $7800 /year  

Read More