Projects

Animal Services Facility

New animal services facility to be constructed at the County Operations Center off Highway 1.  The current and preliminary phase of this project includes consultant services to help develop the Project documents for a design build project procurement process.  Once developed a formal Request for Proposal will be made available to interested Design Build Entities.

This project was authorized as a joint effort between the County and Cities of Atascadero, Arroyo Grande, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, and San Luis Obispo.

Avila Beach Drive at Highway 101 Interchange

Reconfiguration of the US 101 and Avila Beach Drive Interchange in the community of Avila.

Avila Beach Drive Capacity, Parking, and Circulation Study Updates

As part of a Parking Management Plan commissioned by the Port San Luis Harbor District including the town of Avila and the Harbor/Pier, San Luis Obispo Public Works is conducting a Capacity Analysis, Parking Study, and Circulation Study Update.

Avila Valley - San Luis Bay Drive Interchange Operations

Evaluation of traffic configurations at the San Luis Bay Drive at Highway 101 Interchage to accomodate both present day and near term traffic in the Community of Avila.

Cayucos Vets Hall Restoration

This project will stabilize, rehabilitate and restore the Cayucos Veterans Memorial Building (also known as the historic Cass Warehouse) at Cayucos State Beach and create a safe and usable facility for community activities. As a historic building that meets the criteria required for listing in the California Register of Historical Resources,the design for the rehabilitation will follow the Secretary of the Interior Standards for the restoration of historic buildings.

El Camino Real Bridge Replacement Project, Santa Margarita

The project proposes replacing the existing bridge on El Camino Real over the Santa Margarita Creek with a new cast in place, concrete slab bridge.

Los Osos Wastewater Project

Evaluation and development of a wastewater treatment system for Los Osos, CA.

Main Street at Highway 101 Interchange in Templeton

Reconfiguration of the US 101 and Main Street Interchange in the community of Templeton.

Mid-Higuera Bypass Project

The Mid-Higuera Bypass Project is proposed to increase the flood control capacity of the San Luis Obispo Creek between Marsh Street and Madonna Road.

Nacimiento Water Project

One of the largest value projects the County has ever completed, the Nacimiento Water Project began operations in 2011 after the construction of the $176 million, 45-mile pipeline from Lake Nacimiento to San Luis Obispo was completed. Today County staff oversee the operations and management of the pipeline.

Oak Shores Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrade

This project includes improvements to increase system capacity, provide nitrogen removal, increase flow capacity, and upgrade the collection system for the community of Oak Shores.

Oceano Drainage Improvement Project

This project is to construct drainage improvements to alleviate existing drainage issues in the town of Oceano at Highway 1.

State Route 227 and Los Ranchos Road Intersection Operational Improvements Project

The County of San Luis Obispo is in the preliminary engineering phase of a project to improve operations at the State Route 227 and Los Ranchos Road intersection. The County will be evaluating whether a roundabout is the best solution to address congestion at the intersection.

Figure 1 below shows a conceptual layout of what a roundabout at Los Ranchos might look like.

 

Tefft Street at Highway 101 Interchange

Reconfiguration of the US 101 and Tefft Street to reduce back up on the U.S. 101 off-ramps, improve capacity on Tefft Street, and improve intersection operations.

Winter Cloud Seeding Program for Lopez Lake and Salinas Reservoir

The County of San Luis Obispo Flood Control and Water Conservation District (District) is proposing a Winter Cloud Seeding Program for Lopez Lake and Salinas Reservoir (project). The project objective is to increase precipitation in the Lopez Lake and Salinas Reservoir watersheds during winter precipitation events. The seeding program would use a combination of approximately eight ground-seeding sites and aircraft.