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Community Partners in Caring is a Volunteer Caregiving organization that coordinates volunteers for the purpose of providing free and direct volunteer services to seniors living in Santa Barbara County.
Approximately $133,000 Available for Local Non-Profit Organizations Applying for the Goleta City Grant and Community Development Block Grant Programs
Local K-8 students are able to schedule free, online, one-on-one appointments with knowledgeable tutors to receive personalized help with their homework, all from the comfort and convenience of their homes.
The City of Goleta is initiating a new Capital Improvement Program project which will take steps toward making Hollister Avenue in Old Town a “Complete Street”.
The City of Goleta has learned that there have been a number of catalytic converter thefts from vehicle exhaust systems in the Goleta area over the past several weeks.
The City of Goleta is offering residents $1,000 per person or $2,000 per household for anyone experiencing a COVID-19 financial hardship.
Union Pacific will continue to work on a 40-mile track replacement project and will be in the Goleta area through Friday.
The City of Goleta is pleased to report that it received second place in the Sustainable States Community Energy Challenge.
Work to remove leftover contaminants from the Ellwood Marine Terminal tanks and associated pipelines is underway and anticipated to end early next week.
The City of Goleta has installed new Light-Emitting Diode (LED) streetlights as part of a pilot study to test four different types of LED streetlights.
The City of Goleta announced the Cathedral Oaks Road Settlement Repair Project was successfully completed last week, ahead of schedule.
The City of Goleta received a $40,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety that focuses on the safety of bicyclists and pedestrians.
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department announced the recent installation and implementation of a new GPS-based traffic control system that will improve response times and increase public safety.
Madi Wilson, a third-grader in Solvang, is gifting the Goleta and Santa Ynez Valley Libraries with her special "World Changer" pencil sets to use as prizes for the libraries' current Winter Reading Challenge.