ATASCADERO — The County of San Luis Obispo Clerk-Recorder’s Office announced that a mobile vital records pop-up event will be held at their North County location in Atascadero on Saturday, June 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The North County office is on the second floor of the Atascadero Library at 6565 Capistrano Avenue.

The event, which offers county residents an opportunity to obtain certified birth, death, and marriage certificates, will be the first time the Clerk-Recorder has offered access to these on a weekend or outside of the County Government Center in SLO.

“We are excited to begin bringing this important service into our community since we realize that not everyone has the ability to come into SLO during weekday business hours,” noted Clerk-Recorder Elaina Cano. “This time, we are holding the pop-up at our Atascadero office, but future events will be rolled out at locations in other parts of the county, including South County and the coast.”


Additional pop-ups will be hosted by various SLO County library branches later this year. The cost per certificate copy is as follows: birth $32, death $24, and marriage $17. Customers will need to bring a form of ID and payment; cash, check, and credit card will be accepted (all but American Express). Appointments are not necessary, but attendees who are ableare strongly encouraged to begin their application online before heading to the pop-up event, as that will streamline the process and get them their document(s) more quickly.

The online portal for beginning the process can be accessed at