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Agricultural fields with row crops in front of trees and hills Click to view article, South County COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic to Move to South County Regional Center on March 8

South County COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic to Move to South County Regional Center on March 8

The County plans to administer nearly 13,000 doses of vaccine next week across all three sites

20 YRS of SERVICES Click to view article, SDPO Dennis Johnson - 20 Year Service Recognition

SDPO Dennis Johnson - 20 Year Service Recognition

Recognizing Supervising Deputy Probation Officer Dennis Johnson for his 20 years of service to the County and Probation Department.

Fallen tree trunk with a hole through it laying in a field of grass. Click to view article, Anyone Eligible for First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Can Register for Appointment Lottery

Anyone Eligible for First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine Can Register for Appointment Lottery

People will be randomly selected on Thursdays for the following week’s appointments

We're back to red graphic showing the state's tier system for reopening. Click to view article, SLO County to Return to Red Tier of State’s Blueprint Tomorrow.

SLO County to Return to Red Tier of State’s Blueprint Tomorrow.

More businesses can resume modified indoor operations and activities

Crime Stoppers - Probation Apprehension Photo Click to view article, Deputy Probation Officers Disrupt Drug Sales Activity

Deputy Probation Officers Disrupt Drug Sales Activity

On Thursday, February 25, 2021, San Luis Obispo County Deputy Probation Officers responding to a Crime Stoppers tip regarding drug activity in Paso Robles.

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Click to view article, National Weights and Measures Week - March 1-7th, 2021 Measuring Up to the New Norm

National Weights and Measures Week - March 1-7th, 2021 Measuring Up to the New Norm

National Weights and Measures Week, March 1 -7 commemorates President John Adams’ signing of the first United States weights and measures law on March 2nd, 1799. This law ultimately led to the establishment of today’s enforcement framework assuring consumer protection and equity in the marketplace.

The San Luis Obispo County Probation Department comes together to keep the spirt of giving going beyond the holiday season. Click to view article,

"A Small Act of Kindness" Toy Donation Program

The San Luis Obispo County Probation Department comes together to keep the spirt of giving going beyond the holiday season.

Multiple children sitting around a table working on school work. Click to view article, County to Begin Vaccinating Education and Child Care Workers in Highest-Risk Settings

County to Begin Vaccinating Education and Child Care Workers in Highest-Risk Settings

Appointments are scheduled and managed by County Office of Education and Child Care Planning Council

Shirley Bianchi Click to view article, County of San Luis Obispo’s Statement on Death of Shirley Bianchi

County of San Luis Obispo’s Statement on Death of Shirley Bianchi

Today the County Board of Supervisors issued statements regarding the death of former District 2 Supervisor Shirley Bianchi.

Retired Supervisor Shirley Bianchi with then Deputy District Attorney Dan Dow, March 22, 2014 (San Luis Obispo).  Click to view article, A Tribute to Honorable Supervisor Shirley Bianchi

A Tribute to Honorable Supervisor Shirley Bianchi

San Luis Obispo County lost a passionate and tireless community advocate today with the passing of Honorable Supervisor Shirley Bianchi, 2nd District.

Three women playing soccer. Click to view article, Modified Youth and Recreational Adult Sports Can Start in SLO County on Friday

Modified Youth and Recreational Adult Sports Can Start in SLO County on Friday

Organized youth and adult sports with modifications may resume in San Luis Obispo County starting Friday, with some modifications based on guidance from the California Public Health Department.

Fuzz, the Polish rabbit mix.  Click to view article, February Pet of the Month: Fuzz

February Pet of the Month: Fuzz

Fuzz the Polish rabbit is ready to hop into a new home.

Tyler Dale Andree (DOB 3/25/1996) Click to view article, Former Morro Bay High School teacher charged with sex crimes against two minors

Former Morro Bay High School teacher charged with sex crimes against two minors

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that criminal charges have been filed against former Morro Bay High School teacher and coach Tyler Dale Andree (24), for multiple sexual crimes committed against two minors between December 2018 and October 2020.

Booking Photo: Daniel Raul Johnson, DOB 4/23/1987 Click to view article, Daniel R. Johnson to be tried for murder of Carrington Broussard and her full-term unborn baby

Daniel R. Johnson to be tried for murder of Carrington Broussard and her full-term unborn baby

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that a judge found that Daniel Raul Rodriguez Johnson (33) can be tried with two counts of murder for the killing of Carrington J. Broussard (27) and her full-term unborn baby at their home in rural Paso Robles. Johnson will also face trial for carjacking, evading a peace officer, theft of a law...

HR Update Click to view article, Upcoming Labor Relations Training and Upcoming Negotiations

Upcoming Labor Relations Training and Upcoming Negotiations

Upcoming Labor Relations Training for Supervisors and Upcoming Negotiations.

Gloved hand handling vaccine containers Click to view article, More First-Dose Vaccine Appointments Available in Paso Robles for Next Week

More First-Dose Vaccine Appointments Available in Paso Robles for Next Week

Severe weather delays Moderna vaccine shipments to the County, some appointments rescheduled

Bob Jones Trail Click to view article, County Parks Set to Receive a $18.25 Million Grant for the Bob Jones Trail

County Parks Set to Receive a $18.25 Million Grant for the Bob Jones Trail

The California Transportation Commission (CTC) has released its staff recommendations for Cycle 5 of the Active Transportation Program (ATP).

Yellow Flower  Click to view article, More COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available for Next Week

More COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments Available for Next Week

The County plans to administer over 8,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine next week

a person looking up something on the internet Click to view article, Six COVID-19 Vaccine Myths: Fact or Fiction?

Six COVID-19 Vaccine Myths: Fact or Fiction?

With the recent release of two COVID-19 vaccines, more misinformation is spreading online. County officials remind community members to look to trusted, credible sources for accurate information.

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Behavioral Health Looks for Feedback Amidst Pandemic

The County of San Luis Obispo’s Behavioral Health Department has released a survey for clients to give feedback on services received during the Covid-19 pandemic.

GBAC STAR™ Certification Logo and San Luis Obispo County Terminal Click to view article, SBP Earns International Cleaning and Safety Accreditation

SBP Earns International Cleaning and Safety Accreditation

SBP Airport is one of the first airports in California to achieve GBAC STAR™ accreditation, an international cleaning and safety accreditation. To achieve accreditation SBP demonstrated compliance with 20 different health and safety elements, staff trainings, technical assessments, and implementation plans.