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Notice of Public Hearing to Consider the Adoption of a Resolution Modifying the Service Area Boundaries of the Paso Basin

The County of San Luis Obispo Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of a Resolution Modifying the Service Area Boundaries of the Paso Basin.

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County Prioritizes Homelessness for Next Fiscal Year

Homelessness has been adopted as a priority for the County's FY 2020-21 budget.

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ASIST Program Supports Foster Care Youth

ASIST Program funding supports youth transitioning from residential placements to home-based foster care.


November Pet of the Month: Cooper

Meet Cooper! An active lab mix ready to find his forever home.

Donated bicycles distributed by the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office.

Christmas Bicycle Donations

The Sheriff's Office is celebrating it's 30th year of donating bicycles during the holiday season, and is inviting the community to get involved.

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New California Building Standards Code Changes Take Effect on January 1, 2020

Beginning January 1, 2020, Planning and Building is required by state law to enforce the updated building codes. Learn more by attending a workshop on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

Crops and Farming

New study: San Luis Obispo agriculture contributes $2.54 billion to our local economy

San Luis Obispo County agriculture contributes $2.54 billion to the local economy and supports nearly 14,000 jobs, Agricultural Commissioner Martin Settevendemie announced today as he released a...

Video screenshot of Incident from May 5, 2016 (video below)

Jury Finds Man Guilty of Felony Resisting Arrest after Viewing Video Evidence

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that a San Luis Obispo County jury has found Monsuru W. Sho (54) guilty of felony resisting arrest by force or violence, based on a May 2016 incident where...

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San Luis Obispo Library Opens Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844-2012

On Nov. 4th, the San Luis Obispo Library Opens Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844-2012.

Spring flowers along La Panza Road. Photo by Kathleen Kent.

County Grants $210,000 to Enhance Economic Development

By granting the economic development funding, the County hopes to see successful businesses employ county residents and establish a robust local economy.

Jack Creek Road Bridge

Road Closure on Jack Creek Road Bridge, November 6 – 7, 2019, Near Hwy 46, Four Miles West of Templeton

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will be doing a geotechnical investigation on Jack Creek Road Bridge.

The home visiting team supports families across SLO County.

Public Health Home Visiting: Supporting a Healthy Start for SLO County’s Youngest Residents

At any given time, 200+ at-risk families in SLO County are receiving home visits and personalized support from the Public Health Department’s field nursing and home visiting programs.

Cayucos Library

Cayucos Library to Expand Open Hours as Part of Pilot Program

Cayucos Library will be open an additional day beginning December 2nd, as part of a six-month pilot project to gauge interest in additional hours.

Public Integrity Charges Filed Today

Conflict of Interest Charges Filed Against Former Paso Robles School District Employee

Today, the District Attorney’s Office Public Integrity Unit filed a criminal complaint against Gregg Joseph Wangard, of Paso Robles, for violations of conflict of interest laws while he was...

Board of Supervisors and Coastal Valley Academy youth and staff were presented with a 2019 Challenge Award.

Youth Probation Program Earns Award for Innovation

For the first time, California State Association of Counties' (CSAC) recognized the County of San Luis Obispo with a coveted Challenge Award.


Quick Tips: Store and Dispose of Medicine Safely

You can play a part in keeping our community safe from drug overdose with simple changes at home: make it part of your routine to store and dispose of medication safely.

Groundwater Basin Mapping Technology

Paso Basin Aerial Groundwater Mapping Pilot Study Using Aerial Electromagnetic Measuring Technique to Map Local Aquifer System

Paso Robles Basin, October 31, 2019 – The County of San Luis Obispo will conduct the Paso Basin Aerial Groundwater Mapping Study to survey our local aquifer system starting in early to mid...

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Conversion of Drinking Water Disinfectant to Free Chlorine for the Five-Cities Area

The County of San Luis Obispo (County) Department of Public Works will change the disinfectant to free chlorine in the Lopez Project distribution system from November 4, 2019 through November 18...

Los Osos Library

Libraries to Host Public Workshop on the Future Los Osos Library

County of San Luis Obispo Libraries in Partnership with the Friends of the Los Osos Library to host a public workshop on the future Los Osos Library, Monday Nov. 4th at 6:30PM.

Tyrell Paul Hebert, (DOB: 06-06-1984), Booking Photo

Jury Convicts Tyrell Paul Hebert of Domestic Violence and Attempted Criminal Threats

District Attorney Dan Dow announced that on October 24, 2019, a San Luis Obispo County Jury has found Tyrell Paul Hebert (35) guilty of Domestic Violence. These charges include of corporal injury...

Sunset over Shell Beach. Photo by Karen Schlecht.

October 2019 Bargaining Update

New Agreements Reached with Two More Employee Associations

William Martinez Perez, (DOB 08-09-1960), Booking Photo

Jury Convicts William Martinez Perez of Multiple Counts of Child Molestation

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that a San Luis Obispo County jury has found Nipomo resident William Martinez Perez (59) guilty of six felony counts of lewd act on a child under the age...