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Public Works will re-open our front counter to the public on July 6 and start providing some modified services.  Our hours will be 8 – 5, with closure from 12 – 1:30 for sanitation. Masks are mandatory in our building, and we ask that you adhere to physical distancing protocol. We will have limited services at our front counter and will not be accepting drop in meetings.  Please contact 805-781-5252 to make an appointment with staff.  Bus passes can be purchased at the Kiosk on the corner of Osos and Palm or by phone via slorta.org. Follow us on Twitter @SLOCountyPWD for the latest updates.

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Burton Drive, Cambria Click to view article, Construction to Replace Existing Guardrail in Cambria to Begin Soon

Construction to Replace Existing Guardrail in Cambria to Begin Soon

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin replacing existing guardrail along Burton Drive and Main Street in Cambria.

New Cayucos Water Tank Ribbon-cutting Click to view article, County Service Area 10A Completes New Water Storage Tanks Project In Cayucos

County Service Area 10A Completes New Water Storage Tanks Project In Cayucos

The San Luis Obispo County Department of Public Works celebrated the commissioning of two new 210,000-gallon water storage tanks located west of Hacienda Drive, in Cayucos, on time and below estimated cost.

Los Berros Road, Arroyo Grande Click to view article, Construction to Widen Portion of Los Berros Road to Begin Soon

Construction to Widen Portion of Los Berros Road to Begin Soon

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin construction to widen Los Berros Road between Pomeroy Road and Quailwood Lane in Arroyo Grande.

Guardrail Replacement in San Luis Obispo County Click to view article, Construction to Replace Existing Guardrail Throughout the County to Begin Soon

Construction to Replace Existing Guardrail Throughout the County to Begin Soon

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin replacing existing guardrail in the communities of Cambria, Nipomo, and an unincorporated area north of Pismo Beach.

Supervisor Gibson, District 2, cuts the ribbon on the solar system at the County Operations Center Click to view article, The County of San Luis Obispo completes the largest solar project to date with ForeFront Power

The County of San Luis Obispo completes the largest solar project to date with ForeFront Power

The County of San Luis Obispo completes the largest solar project to date with ForeFront Power. The 1.2 MW ground-mounted solar system is expected to offset 10% of the County’s total energy usage with renewable energy