Open House Set for Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan



County of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works

County Govt Center, Room 206 | San Luis Obispo, CA 93408 | (P) 805-781-5252 | (F) 805-781-1229 |

Date: April 11, 2024
Contact: Jake Hudson, Transportation Planner (805) 781-4309
Open House Set for Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan
SAN LUIS OBISPO and LOS OSOS – SLO County Public Works is seeking public feedback and ideas on the Los Osos Valley Road Corridor with an Open House. County staff will have various stations set up with corridor segment maps. This is an opportunity for interactive face-to-face sharing, data gathering, and outreach.

Monday, April 22, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Monarch Grove Multipurpose Room

The County is also continuing to take input via the project website:

The Los Osos Valley Road Corridor has been the subject of multiple planning efforts over the years. The Los Osos Valley Road Corridor Concept Plan will consolidate that information into one comprehensive document to be used as a conceptual design tool to facilitate corridor improvements and future projects. The County is leading this plan effort with support from SLOCOG.

This month’s SLO County Planning Meeting Agenda

Dear Commissioners and Staff,

The Planning Commission – March 14, 2024 is attached and posted to the website for your review Agenda and Item Documents Link.

Please note, staff is requesting a continuance to item #6, the study session on the Phillips 66 Santa Maria Refinery Demolition and Remediation Project for a Development Plan/Coastal Development Permit (C-DRC2022-00048/ED23-054) and Draft Environmental Impact Report (SCH # 2023050020) to the April 11, 2024 meeting.

Please let me know if you have any questions or difficulty accessing the link.

Vacancies looking for filling!

LOCAC meetings/news

We are now on the hunt for people who love representing their community – districts 1 + 3 (Click here to see what district you’re in) – we could especially used some people to represent business owners, renters, or minority populations (including income, ethnicity, or parents of school aged children!) If you’re interested let Trish Bartel know! She will be glad to answer any questions you have!

  • Land Use committee looking for members – visit our website to learn more!

    (Thanks, Marie, for the feedback!)

Who Represents You?

With the district remapping (and lawsuits trying to change that) – how will Los Osos be covered?

“Voters in Morro Bay, who now reside in District 3, and voters in Los Osos and Oceano, who now reside in District 5, would have had the chance to vote in this election — but now must wait until 2024 to vote for a supervisor in their new districts.”

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