A resident of San Luis Obispo County since 1995, Adam Hill taught literature and writing at Cal Poly for 13 years before being elected to the Board of Supervisors. As 3rd District Supervisor, Adam serves in many leadership capacities. With Frank Mecham, he co-chairs the County’s Economic Development Project. He also served as the founding chair of the Homeless Services Oversight Council, and the chair of the capital campaign for the new homeless services center.
Additionally, Adam is a board member on the Economic Vitality Corporation, the Council of Governments, the Regional Transit Authority, the Integrated Waste Management Authority, and the Air Pollution Control District
He also serves on special collaboration committee with the SLO Chamber of Commerce to strengthen and coordinate entrepreneurial activities with Cal Poly and the community.
Adam has enjoyed the opportunity to give remarks and/or write viewpoints on a number of important issues in which our county has been on the forefront, including green energy, climate change policies, compensation reform, gang intervention, and reducing crime reoccurrence.
I am proud to provide strong, non-partisan leadership on a variety of critical issues:
- Co-Chairing the first county-wide public-private Economic Development Project, to help our small businesses grow, to create new jobs, and to establish a more business-friendly climate for future prosperity.
- Recognized leader and advocate for the Pismo Preserve.
- Directing greater fiscal discipline and compensation reform in county government.
- While a supervisor, county government has emerged from a recession with the highest bond rating in its history.
- Helping to lead the effort to create a new regional homeless services center.
- Working with state and federal leaders to ensure seismic safety.
- Passing land use policies that protect and enhance our beautiful county.
- Key vote to save the Paso Basin.
- Joining with the tourism industry to promote our county as a unique destination.
- Providing accessible and responsive constituent service.
- Collaborating with cities and special districts to protect our resources, address infrastructure needs, and expand our trails and bike-ways.
- Working closely with our public safety agencies to keep our communities secure and healthy.
- Keeping to policies that protect agriculture and open space.