County Property Right-of-Entry Permit
What is this service?
Real Property Services (RPS) issues permits to access and use County-owned real property by contractors, utility companies, residents whose property abuts County properties, and other government agencies for construction and repair work, including the installation and repair of utility lines. RPS also negotiates, prepares, and manages Right-of Entry Agreements on behalf of the County in order to obtain County access to land belonging to other property owners.
Past Right-of-Entry Permits and Agreements have included the following:
- Access to a vacant County-owned building in San Luis Obispo
- Utility company access to a County regional park for purposes of soil remediation
- County travel over private roads and land to maintain communications equipment in various locations throughout the County
- County entry upon privately owned land in order to conduct topographical, environmental and/or biological surveys
Who can use this service?
RPS issues Right-of-Entry Permits to contractors, utility companies, residents whose property abuts County properties, and other government agencies. RPS also enters into Right-of-Entry Agreements with other landowners as necessary to conduct County business.
What is the process?
Step 1: Contact for more information
For more information on how to obtain a Right-of-Entry Permit on County-owned property, please contact RPS at (805) 781-4222 or [email protected]
Is there a charge for this service?
Please contact RPS at (805) 781-5901 or [email protected] for more information about the cost of this service.
When and where is this service offered?
This service is available throughout the year during regular business hours except during scheduled holidays.