COVID-19 Updates: Get the latest public information related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) at ReadySLO.org.
The Administrative Office is closed to in-person visitation until further notice, however we remain open for business via our website at http://www.slocounty.ca.gov/Departments/Administrative-Office.aspx or by telephone at (805) 781-5011.
Emergency Services Manager
Contact OES via web form, email, or call us at (805) 781-5011.
The County Office of Emergency Services is committed to serving the public before, during and after times of emergency by promoting effective coordination between agencies, and encouraging preparedness of the public and organizations involved in emergency response.
Storm season is here! Use these tips to plan ahead for potential storms that may soon arrive in SLO County.
The County Office of Emergency Services (OES) launched a new one stop resource today for San Luis Obispo County residents and visitors focused on emergency preparedness and response.
We have witnessed natural disasters throughout California and even in neighboring counties. In San Luis Obispo County, the Local Hazard Mitigation Plan (LHMP) is our guide for handling local disasters. A draft of the updated Hazard Mitigation Plan is being made available for public review and comment.
A Public Safety Power Shutoff involves turning power off to electrical systems during extreme fire conditions.
ReadySLO.org is a one-stop resource for San Luis Obispo County residents and visitors focused on emergency preparedness and response.
The San Luis Obispo County Office of Emergency Services maintains a list for independent living individuals who would require special evacuation assistance following an emergency at Diablo Canyon Power Plant.
Utilize this page for information and links to other helpful emergency-related information and websites.
Use the information on this page to learn more about San Luis Obispo County's public alert and notification systems that can be used to notify the public during an emergency.