Articles From : CityofGoleta

  • Almost 700 Pounds of Trash Picked Up During Second Beautify Goleta Event

    The City of Goleta held its second city-wide Beautify Goleta community cleanup on Saturday and 75 volunteers collected 673 pounds of trash.

  • DUI Checkpoint in Goleta on Friday

    The Goleta Police Department is planning a DUI checkpoint within the city limits of Goleta on Friday.

  • Goleta's Single-Use Waste Ordinance Goes into Effect June 17

    The City of Goleta now has an ordinance regulating single-use foodware accessories and standard condiments.

  • Goleta City Manager Michelle Greene’s Retirement Date Extended

    Goleta City Manager Michelle Greene, who was set to retire on June 30, has agreed to stay on until September 1 to provide continued leadership to the organization during the ongoing recruitment and eventual appointment of a new City Manager.

  • Goleta Discusses Community’s Internet Needs at Forum

    City of Goleta Mayor Paula Perotte alongside several community leaders and stakeholders underscored the importance of broadband access on Monday during a Broadband Community Forum at the City Council Chambers.

  • Beautify Goleta Community Cleanup is THIS Saturday
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    Beautify Goleta Community Cleanup is THIS Saturday

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  • Goleta Draft Housing Element Now Available for Review

    Planning Commission to Consider Housing Element on May 9

  • Public Input Requested on Renovation of Stow Grove Park

    The City of Goleta is working on a Stow Grove Park Master Plan, and needs your input.

  • Goleta To Regulate Single-Use Foodware Accessories

    The Goleta City Council unanimously approved an ordinance regulating single-use foodware accessories and standard condiments this week.

  • Public Invited on a Field Trip to the Piers 421 Decommissioning Project Site

    The community is invited to attend a field trip to Piers 421 hosted by the California State Lands Commission on Tuesday.

  • Goleta's Community State of the City

    The City of Goleta held a well-attended Community State of the City Event last week.

  • Super 8 Motel Supportive Housing Project Receives $19 Million Dollars in State Funding

    The County Housing Authority will receive almost $19 million to acquire and rehabilitate the Goleta Super 8 Motel into permanent supportive housing for people experiencing homelessness.

  • Goleta’s Long-Time Sustainability Manager Cindy Moore Retires

    The City of Goleta announces its Sustainability Manager, Cindy Moore, has retired after nearly 19 years of service.

  • Construction Work on Cathedral Oaks This Week

    Construction work on Cathedral Oaks Road between Glen Annie Road and Los Carneros Road will continue through the remainder of this week with lane closures.

  • Cathedral Oaks Construction Scheduled for Saturday

    Construction work on Cathedral Oaks Road between Glen Annie Road and Los Carneros Road will continue Saturday, April 9 from 8:00 a.m. to approximately 1:00 p.m

  • Goleta City Council Approves City’s First Historic Preservation and Cultural Resources Ordinance

    The City of Goleta approved its first Historic Preservation and Archaeological and Tribal Cultural Regulations, Historic Resources Inventory, and Goleta Landmark Designated Sites and Structures.

  • Beautify Goleta Volunteers Remove Over 800 Pounds of Trash in First Citywide Event

    The City of Goleta is pleased to announce that its first citywide Beautify Goleta Community Cleanup event this past Saturday, March 26th, was a huge success!

  • Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Operation Planned for Tuesday

    The Goleta Police Department will conduct a traffic safety operation Tuesday focused on the most dangerous driver behaviors that put the safety of people biking or walking at risk. 

  • Cathedral Oaks Road Pavement Work Update

    Cement work will continue until today (March 24th) until 6:30 p.m. on Cathedral Oaks.

  • Parking Restrictions Return for Deltopia in Select Goleta Neighborhoods

    Overnight Hours Friday, April 1 through Sunday, April 3

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