Energy & Climate Reports

Name Description Type Action
CoSLO_Zero-Net-Energy-Neighborhood_Existing-Conditions-Report_FINAL The County of San Luis Obispo, funded through a California Energy Commission grant, seeks to identify a path to replicable conversion of existing neighborhoods to zero net energy (ZNE) that integrates energy efficiency and conservation, scalable renewable energy generation, and community engagement. The Oceano Study Area is the first such existing community in San Luis Obispo County to be assessed for feasibility of conversion into a ZNE neighborhood. File Download
CoSLO-ZNE-Neighborhood-Energy-Efficiency-and-Conservation-Potential-Report_FINAL File Download
EnergyWise Plan The EnergyWise Plan is the County’s framework for climate action File Download
EnergyWise Plan - Executive Summary Executive Summary of the County's EnergyWise Plan File Download
EnergyWise Plan 2016 Update The County's 2016 update describing changes and modifications to the EnergyWise Plan. File Download
Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Preliminary Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Social Systems (California Climate Change Center white paper) File Download

 Planning Report Integrated Climate Change Adaptation Planning background report File Download
FINAL REPORT Central Coast CCA Feasibility Study Study assessing the feasibility of creating a new tri-county community choice aggregation program in Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura counties.(Attachment 4 for BOS meeting-January 23, 2018) File Download
FINAL APPENDICES A-L Central Coast CCA Technical appendices of the tri-county county community choice aggregation program feasibility study (Attachment 5 for BOS meeting-January 23, 2018). File Download
2016 PACE Activity Report San Luis Obispo County Hundreds of homeowners in San Luis Obispo County chose to save water and lower their energy bills in 2016 File Download
Local Government Solar Energy Guide This document provides planning and implementation guidance to local government agencies who are pursuing solar projects. File Download
The Duck Curve This document explains why Time of Use rates are changing and how excess solar has created an imbalance of supply and demand on the California energy grid. File Download

Interactive Maps (Land Use View)

Our interactive Land Use View mapping application can be used to look up property information by assessor parcel number (APN), plan or permit number, or address.

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Online Services (CSS Portal)

The County of San Luis Obispo provides online services through Citizen Self Service (CSS) to request a building inspection, research construction permits and property information, and to pay fees.

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