Need information information on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)? The County Office of Emergency Services (OES) maintains ReadySLO.org, a one-stop resource for San Luis Obispo County residents and visitors focused on emergency preparedness and response. You'll find the latest local information plus links to state and federal resources.
On Wednesday, March 18, 2020 the Emergency Services Director for San Luis Obispo County issued an executive order Shelter at Home Order in place for the County of San Luis Obispo. This order takes effect on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at 5:00 pm. Read more.
The SLO Community Emergency Response Team will hold its annual meeting on Monday, March 2nd at 6:00 pm in the Sheriff's Honor Farm auditorium. Anyone interested in learning what they can do to keep their family and neighbors safe is invited. Learn more.
At the February 11 meeting, the CEPOA Board formally adopted a budget for fiscal year 2020.
Starting now, you can turn in your ballot to the secure box at Los Osos Library. If you do mail your ballot, remember that it must be postmarked before or on Election Day and be received in the Clerk-Recorder’s office no later than three days after Election Day. You can also return you ballot personally to any polling place in the county by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day or to the County Clerk-Recorder's office no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Whether it's a downed line, a misbehaving transformer, or a precautionary step, it seems that power outages are something we need to be prepared for. To help you get ready and safely endure the next power outage, our Neighborhood Emergency Advisory Team has collected 11 pages of resource materials for you. Also important, you can sign up with PG&E for alerts when there is a planned or emergency power outage that may affect you. Click here for directions.
Find additional information at https://www.ready.gov/power-outages.
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