The District provides mandatory solid waste and recycling services through a franchise agreement with South County Sanitary Services Incorporated (SCSS Inc.), which is a subsidiary of Waste Connections Incorporated, a publicly traded corporation “WCN” on the New York Stock Exchange. The district enforces illegal dumping within the community and other violations. The District has also adopted incentive programs designed to promote a cleaner community. Since OCSD does not control the operations of SCSS or WCN, the financial statements and audits of those entities are separate from the District.
2022 Second Amendment Franchise Agreement with SCSS
OCSD Trash Voucher Program 2020
Prop 218 – CSDA Guide
Reduction of Franchise Fees 2020
You can help keep Oceano Clean and Green!
Recycle Right SLO County – San Luis Garbage Company, Inc.
Additional recycling information can be found by visiting the SLO County IWMA (Integrated Waste Management Authority) website.
California SB 1383 (section 18985.2)
California’s State Organics Laws – IWMA
Guide to California SB 1383
Guía De La Ley SB 1383 De California
Food Recovery Organization – Oceano
Central Coast Worship Center Church of God of Prophecy
1710 Ocean Street, Oceano, CA 93445
Contact: Nelson Greg Noe, Pastor
Phone: (805) 489-4107
Collection Service Area: Oceano
Food Accepted: All Perishables
AB 1276 – Single-Use Foodware Accessories and Standard Condiments
Concerns, Complaints & Code Enforcement
Before submitting a concern through the Ready311 mobile app (below) or our website, we ask that residents please visit the SLO County Department of Planning & Building’s Code Enforcement Section, which is responsible for enforcing local land use and environmental laws, sometimes called zoning laws, in the unincorporated areas of San Luis Obispo County. Specifically, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions, which addresses many of the frequently asked questions the OCSD receives.
Graffiti can be reported by contacting the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s Office (805) 788-6067 or by using the Public Safety Citizens Service Portal