Articles From : CityofGoleta

  • Over 10,000 Pounds of Trash Collected in Goleta during Coastal Clean Up

    The numbers are coming in and reveal that Goleta community members showed up big time for the September 17th Coastal Cleanup Day and Bulky Item Drop Off this past Saturday.

  • Goleta City Council Proclaims September as Lemon Month

    Celebrate with the City of Goleta at the Lemon Festival this weekend Sept 24 & 25

  • City of Goleta Announces Street Sweeping Program Updates for Eastern Goleta

    New Eastern Goleta Routes and Schedule Begin October 3rd, 2022

  • Goleta Lemon Festival Welcomes Back Safety Street

    Largest Interactive Display of Police, Fire and Emergency Services on the South Coast

  • Temporary Playground Closure at Goleta's Berkeley Park

    The playground at Berkeley Park, located behind Kellogg Elementary School, will be closed for one week from Monday, September 12 until Monday, September 19.

  • Ellwood Mesa Monarch Butterfly Habitat Management Plan Workshop September 12

    The City of Goleta reminds the community about the Ellwood Mesa Monarch Butterfly Habitat Management Plan workshop on Monday.

  • City of Goleta Passes Historic Plastic Pollution Reduction Ordinance

    City Council Votes Unanimously to Pass Comprehensive Plastic Waste Reduction Policy to Reduce Polystyrene and Single-Use Plastics in Goleta’s Neighborhoods, Waterways, and Beaches

  • Public Input Requested on Goleta's Community Development Block Grant Year-End Report and Reallocation of Funding

    Every year the City of Goleta looks forward to helping those in our community via our Community Development Block Grant program

  • Pavement Rehabilitation Coming to Western Goleta this Fall

    Beginning this fall, pavement rehabilitation work will take place on roadway sections in several Goleta neighborhoods as part of the 2022-2023 Pavement Rehabilitation Project.

  • Project to Remove Final Two Oil Piers at Haskell’s Beach Set to Begin

    Decommissioning Gets Underway on Monday, August 29

  • Rep. Carbajal Tours Goleta Community Center

    Rep. Salud Carbajal toured the Goleta Community Center to see improvement plans for the $3 million in federal funding he secured.

  • Goleta’s Dam Dinner Brings Record Turnout

    More than 500 People Attended Scenic Event at Lake Los Carneros Dam

  • Goleta’s New Assistant Public Works Director

    Meet the City of Goleta's new Assistant Public Works Director, Luz “Nina” Buelna, who brings in extensive engineering experience.

  • Goleta Councilmember Kyle Richards Joins Complete Streets Champions Institute

    In support of the Active People, Healthy Nation℠ Initiative, Goleta City Councilmember Kyle Richards was selected to be part of the third class of the Champions Institute.

  • Goleta to Use Measure A Funding for Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Projects

    The City of Goleta reports Measure A Funding will be used for construction projects aimed at improving bicycle and pedestrian access and safety. 

  • City of Goleta Welcomes New Community Resource Deputy

    The City of Goleta has announced its new Community Resource Deputy, Ehren Rauch.  

  • Introducing Goleta’s Newest Board and Commission Members

    The City of Goleta is introducing their newest Board & Commission members.

  • Beautify Goleta Volunteers Collect More than 700 Pounds of Trash

    80 Volunteers Participated at Five Locations Throughout the City

  • City of Goleta Welcomes Monarch 1 at Green Ribbon Cutting

    [Update]: The City of Goleta celebrated the unveiling and completion of Monarch 1, the City’s first solar array, at a green ribbon-cutting Wednesday morning, July 27, 2022, at Goleta City Hall. 

  • Be a #BeautifyGoleta Volunteer THIS Saturday

    Join the City of Goleta on July 30th from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. at One of Five Cleanup Locations to Beautify the City.

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