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San Luis Obispo (SLO) County


Prepare SLO

Updated Fire News, Fire Maps, Mandatory and Voluntary Evacuation Areas, Evacuation Shelter Locations, and Road Closures, updated by County First Responder Agencies.

SLO County Office of Emergency Services (OES)

The Office of Emergency Services coordinates the County’s disaster preparedness and response.

SLO County Sheriff’s Office 

(805) 781-4550

SLO County Fire Department  

(805) 503-9350

Know Your Zone (Evacuation Information)

Type in your address to see your designated evacuation zone.

Evacuation Assistance Request

 If you cannot hear sirens or need help leaving your home, please complete and mail in your Evacuation Assistance Card.

Diablo Canyon (Nuclear) Power Plant

Tips on preparing for a nuclear incident and important information to know when living near a nuclear power plant.

FREE Potassium Iodide Supplies 

If you live within the Protective Action Zone (PAZ), please visit the SLO Public Health site to request a voucher for Potassium Iodide for use during a nuclear disaster.

SLO County Animal Services  

(805) 781-4400

SLO County Behavioral Health  

1 (800) 838-1381

SLOBH provides coordinated services for individuals with mental health and substance abuse. 

American Red Cross SLO County  

(805) 543-0696

SLO Catholic Charities   

(805) 541-9110

Various support services and counseling are available for families undergoing crisis, poverty, and homelessness. 

United Way of SLO County  

(805) 541-1234

The United Way collects donations for disaster victims. Contact them about area resources and how to apply.

Congressman Jimmy Panetta (Atascadero and North)  

DC Office: (202) 225-2861
Paso Robles Office: (805) 400-6535

Contact your representative for assistance with federal agencies.

Congressman Salud Carbajal (Up to Cayucos/Santa Margarita) 

DC Office: (202) 225-3601
Ventura Office: (805) 730-1710

Contact your representative for assistance with federal agencies.