Pomeroy Streetlight Click to view article, Installation of New Streetlights in Los Osos and Nipomo

Installation of New Streetlights in Los Osos and Nipomo

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will install new streetlights and associated improvements at various locations in Los Osos, and Nipomo.

Hands holding a cardboard cutout of a house  Click to view article, New Temporary Shelter Proposed for South County

New Temporary Shelter Proposed for South County

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on September 28, 2021 to consider an ordinance that would allow the implementation of a joint effort to construct a temporary emergency shelter for homeless individuals on County property in Grover Beach.

Photo of Morro Bay Veterans Memorial building Click to view article, New No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Site Opening in Morro Bay

New No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Site Opening in Morro Bay

New Morro Bay testing site to open on Monday at Morro Bay Veterans Memorial Building.

DA Releases Final Report on IWMA Investigation Click to view article, DA Releases Final Report on IWMA Investigation

DA Releases Final Report on IWMA Investigation

District Attorney’s Office releases its final report following a multi-year investigation into the San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority (IWMA).

New Campaign to Encourage Water Conservation Click to view article, The County of San Luis Obispo Releases New Campaign to Encourage Water Conservation, as Drought State of Emergency Continues to Expand

The County of San Luis Obispo Releases New Campaign to Encourage Water Conservation, as Drought State of Emergency Continues to Expand

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works (County) created the new campaign featuring unique, upbeat messages to encourage and promote water conservation.

Smiling woman with band aid on arm Click to view article, San Luis Obispo County Preparing for COVID-19 Booster Shots while Awaiting Further Guidance from State and Federal Authorities

San Luis Obispo County Preparing for COVID-19 Booster Shots while Awaiting Further Guidance from State and Federal Authorities

Health officials prepare as FDA and CDC consider booster shots for those at highest risk of severe outcomes.

Paul and Ruben Flores Held to Answer by Judge Click to view article, Paul and Ruben Flores Held to Answer by Judge, trial dates will be set

Paul and Ruben Flores Held to Answer by Judge, trial dates will be set

District Attorney Dan Dow announced today that Paul Flores (44) and Ruben Flores (80) were held to answer at the conclusion of their preliminary hearing for the 1996 homicide of Cal Poly college student Kristin Smart.

Plants on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean with shoreline visible in the distance. Click to view article, County Health Department Reports Eight Deaths Due to COVID-19

County Health Department Reports Eight Deaths Due to COVID-19

29 people hospitalized, with nine people in intensive care

Matthew Leroy Ehens (DOB 10/11/1982) Booking Photo (8/3/2019) Click to view article, Matthew Leroy Ehens sentenced to 8 years-to-life for his conviction of pouring boiling oil on his 79-year-old adoptive mother before stabbing her in the back with a kitchen knife

Matthew Leroy Ehens sentenced to 8 years-to-life for his conviction of pouring boiling oil on his 79-year-old adoptive mother before stabbing her in the back with a kitchen knife

Matthew Leroy Ehens (38) of Arroyo Grande was sentenced to 8 years-to-life in state prison for his August conviction on felony charges of torture and elder abuse against his 79-year-old adoptive mother after he poured boiling peanut oil on her and stabbed her in the back with a large kitchen knife during an argument.

Sunset over hills Click to view article, San Luis Obispo County Health Officials Report Six COVID-19 Deaths

San Luis Obispo County Health Officials Report Six COVID-19 Deaths

Vaccines widely available and effective against known variants

Outdoor music festival Click to view article, New Guidance for SLO County Youth Activities, Large Gatherings and Performing Arts

New Guidance for SLO County Youth Activities, Large Gatherings and Performing Arts

Guidance clarifies State and County requirements, provides recommended best practices

San Luisito Creek Road Bridge Click to view article, Closure of San Luisito Creek Road Bridge at San Luisito Creek

Closure of San Luisito Creek Road Bridge at San Luisito Creek

The County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works will close San Luisito Creek Road approximately 0.2 miles north of Highway 1 for bridge repairs on October 5, 2021 and October 6, 2021.

The County of San Luis Obispo New Government Center located at the corner of Monterey Street and Santa Rosa in San Luis Obispo Click to view article, September 20 County Clerk-Recorder Review Committee Special Session Meeting Agenda

September 20 County Clerk-Recorder Review Committee Special Session Meeting Agenda

County Clerk-Recorder Review Committee Special Session Meeting Agenda Monday, September 20, 2021 @ 10:00 A.M

DA Dan Dow Announces Settlement in Consumer Protection Case Against Pestmaster Service LP Click to view article, DA Dan Dow Announces Settlement in Consumer Protection Case Against Pestmaster Service LP

DA Dan Dow Announces Settlement in Consumer Protection Case Against Pestmaster Service LP

District Attorney Dan Dow along with 16 other California District Attorney's Offices win a judgement in recent civil case involving violations and unfair business practices.

Pathway through Morro Marsh Click to view article, Health Officials Report Seven COVID-19 Deaths, 15 Community Members Currently in ICU

Health Officials Report Seven COVID-19 Deaths, 15 Community Members Currently in ICU

Community members encouraged to remain vigilant against COVID-19

Sunset over the ocean Click to view article, New No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Site Opening in Grover Beach

New No-Cost COVID-19 Testing Site Opening in Grover Beach

The County Public Health Department is opening a no-cost COVID-19 community testing site in South County on Monday, September 13.

Art deco styled movie theater ceiling with the words

Special Pop-Up Clinics Offer Free Concert Ticket with COVID-19 Vaccine

“Shots for Shows” at local venues aim to increase community-wide protection against COVID-19

Agriculture field surrounded by a banking covered in purple flowers. Click to view article, Health Officials Report Ten COVID-19 Deaths

Health Officials Report Ten COVID-19 Deaths

Hospitalizations, ICU admissions and cases remain high

Storm Damage at Cayucos Creek Road, Mile Post 1.3 Click to view article, Storm Damage Road Repair at Cayucos Creek Road, Mile Post 1.3

Storm Damage Road Repair at Cayucos Creek Road, Mile Post 1.3

The County of San Luis Obispo, Department of Public Works will begin repairing a storm damage site on Cayucos Creek Road near mile post 1.3, adjacent to Cayucos Creek.

The County of San Luis Obispo New Government Center located at the corner of Monterey Street and Santa Rosa in San Luis Obispo Click to view article, September 8 Regular Meeting Minutes and Recording for Clerk-Recorder Review Committee

September 8 Regular Meeting Minutes and Recording for Clerk-Recorder Review Committee

County Clerk-Recorder Review Committee Regular Session Meeting minutes and recording

Daniel Raul Rodriguez Johnson (4/23/1987) Booking Photo (3/3/2019) Click to view article, Daniel Raul Rodriguez Johnson pleads guilty to murdering Carrington Jane Broussard and her full-term unborn baby

Daniel Raul Rodriguez Johnson pleads guilty to murdering Carrington Jane Broussard and her full-term unborn baby

Daniel Raul Rodriguez Johnson (34) pleaded guilty in court today to the first-degree murder of Carrington Jane Broussard, second-degree murder of her full-term unborn baby, and admitted to the special circumstance of committing multiple murders. This plea requires a mandatory sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Harbor with boats in it in the foreground. Morro Rock in the background. Click to view article, COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations and ICU Admissions Remain High

COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations and ICU Admissions Remain High

Masking, vaccination and common-sense precautions can help stop the surge