Articles From : CityofGoleta
A UC Santa Barbara professor has launched a new website to enjoy public lands throughout Santa Barbara and beyond.
In an effort to reduce fire hazards along the Highway 101 corridor in Goleta, Caltrans are working to clear brush and dead vegetation from Fairview Avenue to Los Carneros Road between the highway and the train tracks.
The City of Goleta is performing emergency tree trimming at two public open spaces located in the Santa Barbara Shores neighborhood.
The wooden footbridge at the northern end of Lake Los Carneros is closed due a public safety hazard caused by extensive wood rot.
The City of Goleta has issued a statement regarding the multiple brush fires that have started near homeless encampments.
The City of Goleta has launched a #reCOVERgoleta Campaign to Promote the importance of wearing face coverings.
In honor of Parks & Recreation Month, Goleta encourages residents to explore the many wonderful outdoor Parks and Recreation opportunities available in Goleta from hiking and biking to picnics and planting gardens.
The City of Goleta reports there is more parking and sidewalks in Old Town Goleta now that the first two phases of the Old Town Sidewalk Improvement Project are complete.
Goleta City Councilmembers voted to suspend zoning and development permits for open-air spaces and parking lots to expanded restaurant dining and other uses.
The City of Goleta’s Design Review Board will review a large-scale Battery Energy Storage Project at its virtual meeting on Tuesday, June 9.
The Goleta City Council amended its budget and approved grant funding for non-profits and residents, and increased annual solid waste rate increase.
The Goleta City Council unanimously approved a resolution requiring both employees and patrons at all businesses to wear face coverings.
On Tuesday, the Goleta City Council approved an urgency order to help residents and businesses who are suffering hardships due to the COVID-19 crisis.
The City of Goleta proclaimed a local emergency and is implementing enhanced measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Goleta City Council voted to adopt on first reading the New Zoning Ordinance and celebrated this milestone with cupcakes and sparkling cider served in celebratory champagne flutes.