THE NORTH COAST ADVISORY COUNCIL
Historically, San Luis Obispo County established interactive advisory councils serving as information conduits for unincorporated areas of the county. The North Coast Advisory Council (NCAC) was formed in 1996. The area covered by the NCAC ranges from Harmony going north to the Monterey County line, from the ocean going east to Rocky Butte. COUNCIL OBJECTIVES
The NCAC is the North Coast community’s connection to decision-makers in county government on issues such as land use, planning, traffic and circulation, policing and code enforcement. OUR MISSION
Establish an organization representative of the people of the North Coast Area in matters of civic interest, and to represent the community before all bodies, public and private, where the subject is appropriate to the objectives of the NCAC. COUNCIL MEMBERS NCAC members are elected by their neighbors to serve seven geographical voting areas in Cambria and one in San Simeon. These elected members serve two year terms. The Council also appoints representatives for business, agriculture, environment and Latina/Latino interests.