Articles From : CityofGoleta
The California King Tides Project helps to visualize future sea level by observing the highest high tides of today and how those tides interact with our coastal infrastructure, recreation areas, and ecosystems.
Goleta and Santa Ynez Valley libraries are offering a free program for locals to search for both veteran benefits and jobs.
Students in grades K-12 needing help with their homework can visit the Goleta Valley Library virtually to access useful, high-quality websites to help them succeed in school.
Members of the Goleta CERT Team are helping the community as Goleta Business Ambassadors.
The City of Goleta is happy to announce the availability of the City’s Creek and Watershed Management Plan for public review.
A new "Masked and Mighty" COVID-19 campaign has been launched by countywide healthcare and education partners.
Goleta announces the completion of the improved pedestrian and bicyclist safety sidewalk infill project on Fairview Avenue at the Highway 101 intersection.
The City of Goleta will keep its parking permit program for this year's Halloween weekend.
Following a Supreme Court ruling, the 2020 Census response deadline which had been extended to October 31, is now over on Thursday.
The Institute for Local Government and the Statewide Energy Efficiency Collaborative honored the City of Goleta for its efforts to save energy and adopt policies and practices that support a more sustainable and vibrant community.
On Tuesday the Goleta City Council voted to update Goleta’s moratoria on residential and commercial evictions and foreclosures to comply with the state’s new legislation.
The City of Goleta reports work is underway on the Fairview Ave and Highway 101 intersection sidewalk infill project.
The California Coastal Commission approved the long-awaited Western Goleta Fire Station 10 project at its virtual video and teleconference meeting on Thursday.