Welcome to the County of San Luis Obispo 2015 Annual Report, a great way to understand some of what the County did to serve the community last year.

Watch the video below for a quick year-in-review, then browse the rest of the site to find out about all of the challenges we faced and accomplishments we had as a community in 2015. Thank you for your interest in County government.

In 2015, the County of San Luis Obispo spent time and resources…

investing in community protecting the public

 

Download the PDF: A Quick View of the 2015 SLO County Annual Report

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Want to print out the highlights of the County of San Luis Obispo’s 2015 Annual Report? The SLO County annual report provides the public with detailed information on some of the ways we served the community in 2015. Download and share the 10-page PDF, which includes a brief overview of the stories and information featured in the SLO County Annual Report.

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The County of San Luis Obispo accomplished a lot in 2015. We invested in the community, protected the public, and promoted health and wellness.

From breaking ground on the new airport terminal to completing and reopening the Cayucos Pier, many projects and programs affected residents in various ways and will continue to have an impact for years to come.

With a multimedia approach to informing the public on some of the major accomplishments and challenges in 2015, the report can be viewed online on using any device.

Based on feedback from the public and current trends in online communication, the County has continued to publish the annual report online each year.

Established in 1850 as one of the original counties of California, the County of San Luis Obispo is one of the largest employers in the area and provides essential services to SLO County citizens. Its more than 2,800 employees provide municipal services, and administer state and federal programs and services, that benefit local citizens.

Elected representatives, including a five-member Board of Supervisors, work with employees to serve the community to enhance the economic, environmental and social quality of life of SLO County citizens.

For more information, visit www.slocounty.ca.gov.