Clerk of the Board Services

Services

Appeal a Road Improvement Fee

Any person whose new development is subject to the road improvement fee described in Section 13.01.020 of the County Code may appeal to the Board of Supervisors for a reduction or adjustment to that fee, or a waiver of that fee, based on the absence of any reasonable relationship or nexus between the traffic-generating impacts of that new development and either the amount of the fee imposed or the type of road facilities or improvement to be financed by the fee. This service provides information on how to appeal a road improvement fee.

Assessment Appeals

An assessment appeal is the due process a taxpayer may initiate if their assessed property value cannot be agreed upon with the County Assessor. Assessment appeal applications are filed in the county where your property is located with the Clerk of the Assessment Appeals Board. This service provides information on how to appeal an assessment.

Assessment Appeals Board Meetings

This service allows you to watch or listen to live and past Assessment Appeals Board meetings, and to view agendas and minutes. The Clerk of the Assessment Appeals Board prepares and maintains all the minutes, documents, and recordings from each Assessment Appeals Board meeting. All documents received are maintained and are available for public inspection.

Board of Supervisors Meetings and Agendas

Watch or listen to live and past Board of Supervisors meetings, and review agendas, agenda item documents, and minutes on this page.

City Selection Committee Meetings

This service allows you to watch or listen to live and past City Selection Committee meetings, and to view agendas, agenda item documents, and minutes. The Clerk of the City Selection Committee prepares and maintains all the minutes, documents, and recordings of each City Selection Committee meeting. All documents received are maintained and are available for public inspection. See About the City Selection Committee for more information.

Claims Against the County

This service allows you to file a claim against the County of San Luis Obispo.

Copies of Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700)

All Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700) required to be filed by the Political Reform Act or by an agency are public documents and must be available for public inspection and reproduction during regular business hours no later than the second business day after they are received. This service provides information on how to obtain copies of these statements.

County Code and Ordinances

This service allows you to view the published County Code and ordinances which have been adopted but not yet codified.

Countywide Oversight Board

This service allows you to watch or listen to live and past Countywide Oversight Board meetings, and to view agendas, agenda item documents, and minutes. The Clerk of the Countywide Oversight Board prepares and maintains all the minutes, documents, and recordings of each Countywide Oversight Board meeting. All documents received are maintained and are available for public inspection.

Designated Local Authority & Oversight Boards

This service allows you to view meeting agendas and minutes for designated local authority and oversight boards.

Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) Filing

This service provides access to the online portal used to file the Fair Political Practices Commission Statement of Economic Interests, Form 700. See the Reference section for additional information about Statement of Economic Interests filing and the NetFile Filer Login link.

If you are a Statement of Economic Interests Coordinator for your district, department, board or commission, use the SEI Coordinator Login link to monitor the filings for your organization. Contact us if you need a username and password.