Articles From : CityofGoleta

  • Goleta Purchases New Electric Bike for Community Resource Deputy

    The City of Golea has purchased a new e-bike for it Community Resource Deputy.

  • Goleta Train Depot Project Receives Much Needed Grant Funding

    The City of Goleta received a $5.56 million grant for the Goleta Train Depot Project which is matched by a $1 million commitment of City funds/

  • Two Goleta Utility Projects Scheduled Monday

    Utility Work to Begin this Monday for Ekwill Street & Fowler Road Extensions and Hollister Avenue Bridge Projects

  • New 90 Minute Parking Restrictions Coming to Old Town Goleta

    The City of Goleta announces new parking restrictions including 90 minute time restrictions, no parking, and loading zones in Old Town Goleta. 

  • Goleta's Beautify Event Collects 15,000 Pounds of Trash

    The City of Goleta announces its Beautify Goleta event collected a record amount of trash, 15,000 pounds.

  • Goleta’s Community Deputy Available to Help Businesses Prevent Burglaries

    Book Appointment for Free Assessment and  Review Burglary Prevention Tips

  • City of Goleta Adopts Housing Plan

    Plan will Address Local Housing Needs for the Next Eight Years

  • Patterson Ave Reopens in Goleta

    [Update]: Patterson Avenue has reopened between Hollister Ave and Highway 101 following a fallen tree and two broken power poles.

  • Storm Shelters Open for Homeless This Weekend

    Homeless shelters and warming centers are now available through Monday due to the storm.

  • Maria Ignacio Bike Path Closure and Sandbag Info

    The Maria Ignacio Bike Path located East of Patterson Avenue on Hollister Avenue is closed at this time and will be periodically the next few weeks due to rain and scheduled maintenance work.

  • Goleta Swears In Two Councilmembers

    At the final Goleta city council meeting of the year the election results were certified followed by a swearing in and oath of office ceremony for Councilmembers Luz Reyes-Martín and Councilmember James Kyriaco.

  • DUI Checkpoint in Goleta on Friday

    There will be a DUI checkpoint on Friday December 16, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. somewhere in the City of Goleta.

  • Goleta Hires First Homelessness Services Coordinator

    Chuck Flacks is a Familiar Face and Expert on Homelessness Related Issues

  • Cathedral Oaks Road Crib Wall Winterization Project Completed

    The City of Goleta’s Winterization Project for the Cathedral Oaks Road Crib Wall is complete.

  • Rainstorm Pushes Goleta Holiday Parade to December 10

    Mark Your Calendar for the New Date, Same Place, Same Time

  • Choose GoodLand Good Shopping Merchants for Holiday Shopping Season

    The City of Goleta wants to encourage you to shop local this holiday season and with #GoodLandGoodShopping it’s never been easier.

  • Goleta Community Center Update

    Antiquated Building to Undergo Seismic and Accessibility Upgrades: Funding Needed for Additional Improvements and Future Programming Needs

  • Pavement Rehabilitation Work to Begin in Western Goleta

    Pavement rehabilitation work is scheduled to begin as soon as Monday on various roadway sections throughout Goleta neighborhoods.

  • City of Goleta to Offer New Emergency Preparedness Program

    Sign Up for a One Hour Course with the City’s Emergency Services Coordinator

  • Hollister Avenue Old Town Interim Striping Project Approved

    Construction will begin next summer to move Hollister Ave down to one lane in Old Town Goleta.

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