The San Luis Obispo County Code enforces the regulations and ordinances of in order to maintain a healthy, safe and clean living environment for the citizens of the county. The Code Enforcement Unit of the Department of Planning and Building is responsible for enforcing land use and local environmental laws in the unincorporated areas of the County of San Luis Obispo. Land use laws are sometimes called zoning laws, and include regulations on storage, parking, construction, substandard and dangerous structures, mining, resource removal, signs, area standards and noise.
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Oceano Clean-Up Day
A successful partnership of county government and community came together on October 15 and 16, 2011, when SLO County Code Enforcement assisted the "Keep Oceano Beautiful" committee with a community clean-up that resulted in the removal of over 99 tons of junk from the streets, alleys and backyards of Oceano. This, along with the recycling of over 31 tons of metal, has made a visible difference in the appearance of the community and also resulted in the removal of over 500 old tires, 150 mattresses, and 400 old TVs and computers. The 25 volunteers were assisted by district 4 Supervisor Paul Teixeira, the Oceano Community Services District, crews from the California Conservation Corps and the SLO County Sheriffs Department Honor Farm.