Los Osos means "The Bears" in Spanish. Despite the name, no bears have been seen in this area for over 100 years so there is no need to worry about encountering one in the countryside.
There are only two roads in or out of Los Osos, South Bay Boulevard and Los Osos Valley Road.
The nearest airport is the San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, with flights to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Phoenix. 
Train service is provided by Amtrak, through their station in San Luis Obispo.
You will need a car to get to the sights if you are staying in Los Osos and visiting SLO, Morro Bay or Montaña de Oro.
Intercity transit is provided by the Regional Transit Authority. The route travels between Los Osos, Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo
WWTP - Los Osos has a fancy new 165-million-dollar wastewater treatment plant, which after 30 years of intense public debate was finally built. This is a great source of civic pride in Los Osos.
Midtown Park - This was supposed to be the site of the sewer plant, but it ended up being moved and a large greenspace park has been built in the center of town.
near farmer's market is "Brig-a-Dune" Pizza Yum!!!!!!