Articles From : CityofGoleta
The City of Santa Barbara will begin a concrete sidewalk improvement project on Tuesday that will last approximately four weeks.
An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for the Cuyama Valley through Monday night.
Financial assistance is available from the State of California for income eligible renters and their landlords who have been impacted by COVID-19 and have past due rent or utilities, or who need help with upcoming rent or utilities.
Santa Barbara County Fire Chief Mark Hartwig addressed fire safety for Goleta residents in a new video.
Goleta is off and running with its transition to District Elections in November of 2022. On June 7, the City held its first public workshop to educate the community on how this historic process works.
Goleta received the “Hard Won Victory” award from the American Planning Association’s Central Coast Section for the New Zoning Ordinance which was adopted by City Council on February 18, 2020.
The City of Goleta Public Works Department is asking community members and stakeholders to complete a brief online survey for the Local Road Safety Plan.
Cox Communications announced that the increased internet download speed introduced at the onset of COVID-19 for its low-cost internet package Connect2Compete is now permanent.
Goleta will be replacing more than 1,300 High-Pressure Sodium streetlight fixtures throughout Goleta with new energy-efficient LED streetlights.
The City of Goleta and County Public Health Department hosted a successful walk-up vaccine clinic on Sunday vaccinating over 100 people.
Goleta residents financially impacted by COVID-19 can still apply for rental assistance funds.
The Goleta City Council approved the city's first-ever Homelessness Strategic Plan on Tuesday evening.
The Final Strategic Homelessness Plan is now available for public review and will be presented to the Goleta City Council.