Skip to Content

San Luis Obispo County, California

 > County of San Luis Obispo > Planning and Building > Code Enforcement

Code Enforcement

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.  

Use the form below to report a suspected code enforcement violation. A case will be opened and investigated within 10 working days.  You will not be contacted by the County unless additional information is required.  Your personal information will be kept confidential, but you may be called into court if the case is prosecuted and your witness statement is required.

Permit View

Check the status of your complaint, or look up Permit and Parcel Information with PermitView (Code Enforcement case numbers begin with COD)

Page 1 of 1
Your Name:
Your Address
Your Phone Number
Your EMail Address
Address of alleged violation
What do you believe is the violation?