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As COVID-19 cases increase in San Luis Obispo County, more people may come into close contact with someone who tests positive for the virus. Local health officials ask those individuals to self-quarantine until they get a call from a contact tracer.
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin installation of isolation valves at three locations along the Nacimiento Water Pipeline.
County Assessor Tom J. Bordonaro, Jr. would like to remind all homeowners, disabled veterans and eligible non-profit organizations that they may file claims for property tax exemptions.
The Department of Child Support Services participates in SLO County’s annual “Turkey Trot”.
With the start of the holiday travel season, the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport would like travelers to keep local and state health guidelines in mind when traveling.
Local health officials ask close contacts of known cases to “break the chain” by staying home
Governor Newsom announces appointment of County Planning Commissioner to vacant seat
Order prohibits “non-essential” work, movement and gatherings from 10 PM to 5 AM
The Central Coast Medical Association awarded Penny E. Borenstein, MD, MPH, as the 2020 Physician of the Year for San Luis Obispo County. The award is for a physician who has gone above and beyond and due to the challenges of the current pandemic, Dr. Borenstein was the obvious honoree for 2020.
County health officials ask community members to avoid making a COVID-19 test appointment at a free clinic for travel related reasons unless the individual has symptoms or believes they have been exposed to COVID-19. Anyone who is asymptomatic and wants to get tested prior to the Thanksgiving holiday should do so via an at-home self-swab test...
County Health Officer Dr. Penny Borenstein today issued new COVID-19 guidelines for safely celebrating Thanksgiving this year as COVID-19 spreads at a faster rate in SLO County.
Effective today, San Luis Obispo County is now in the State’s Purple Tier, which has the most restrictions, for at least three weeks due to a fast surge in cases locally. The State modified its Blueprint for a Safer Economy today and announced that SLO County’s unadjusted case rate was 17.7 last week with an adjusted rate of 12.5 and a 5.1...
Recently, the San Luis Obispo Tribune requested copies of internal emails, letters, and text messages written by District Attorney staff regarding “Black Lives Matter,” “BLM, “George Floyd,” and “protest” and any responses to those communications. In response, we are providing emails written by staff after a meeting was held about what had...
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will start construction on a project to extend fiberoptic communication lines to County facilities in San Luis Obispo.
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will begin an asphalt paving project to rehabilitate the pavement on various roads in the North County.
Parents are invited to join the County Public Health Department, County Office of Education and local school leaders for a live informational webinar about what to expect as more students return to the classroom.
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County of San Luis Obispo Public Health officials are working closely with the Atascadero State Hospital leadership team to manage a COVID-19 outbreak at the facility.
While expenses are growing at expected rates, revenue growth is expected to shrink.
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will be performing roadway slope repair on Prefumo Canyon Road near mile post 3.5 in San Luis Obispo.
Health officials warn of a backslide as contact tracers work hard to slow the spread
The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will be starting construction on vacant land to the east of the Woods Humane Society on Oklahoma Avenue at the County Operations Center (COC) off of State Highway 1.
Funding from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) provides program to prevent SLO County youth traffic related injuries and deaths.