Residents of San Luis Obispo County’s seven incorporated cities are limited in the number of animals in which they can keep. While there is some variability between cities, this is generally no more than three (3) dogs and three (3) cats for each residential home. Individua...
2/1/2017 4:13:43 PM
If any traffic control, route markers, road/lane closures, pre-event advertising, participant fee, or event activities takes place in County Right-of-Way.
2/7/2017 11:40:37 AM
All businesses which keep or maintain animals for sale or other commercial purposes such as animal boarding and breeding are required to maintain a Commercial Animal Operation Permit with Animal Services. Permits are issued on a calendar year basis and must be renewed annua...
2/1/2017 4:13:02 PM
Animal Services issues Assistance Animal Identification Tags for animals which meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) definition of an assistance animal. To qualify for the issuance of a tag, an animal must be individually trained to perform a specific task or ...
2/1/2017 4:12:49 PM
All dogs over 4 months of age and residing in the county for more than 30 days are required by law to be licensed through Animal Services. In order to obtain a license, dogs must have a current rabies vaccination. Licenses can be purchased online , by mail, or in person at...
2/1/2017 4:13:21 PM
Department of Planning & Building staff hold quarterly Building User Group (BUG) meetings to help facilitate construction-related activities. The meetings provide a forum that enables two-way dialog between the Department and the customers it serves.
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Microchips provide an effective, permanent, and reliable means of identifying your animal. Microchips implanted by Animal Services are automatically registered in a national microchip database. It is important, however, that pet owners ensure their information is updated if...
2/1/2017 4:13:59 PM
The California Coastal Commission is the ultimate permit authority in the Coastal Zone of San Luis Obispo County. In other words, the County can issue development permits in the Coastal Zone, but the Coastal Commission has the ultimate say in how the County's Local Coastal P...
7/20/2017 3:40:37 PM
Qualified patients and their primary caregivers may apply for and be issued a medical marijuana ID card (MMIC) for State authorization to possess, grow, and/or transport medical marijuana in California. A MMIC identifies the cardholder as authorized to legally possess certain...
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The County, through adoption of various ordinances, has determined that there are certain types of uses that may have an impact on the area in which they are located. These types of uses require the approval of a land use permit, which sets conditions for the use's establishm...
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