Articles From : CityofGoleta

  • Gas and Oil Sludge Removal from Ellwood Marine Terminal

    Work to remove leftover contaminants from the Ellwood Marine Terminal tanks and associated pipelines is underway and anticipated to end early next week.

  • Public Assistance Requested to Help Goleta Choose New LED Streetlights

    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.

  • Settlement Repair Work Completed on Cathedral Oaks

    The City of Goleta announced the Cathedral Oaks Road Settlement Repair Project was successfully completed last week, ahead of schedule.

  • City of Goleta Awarded Grant for Bicycle, Pedestrian Safety Education

    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.

  • Installation of New Traffic Control Technology at 14 Intersections

    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’s Treasure Box Brings Prizes and Inspiration to Libraries

    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.

  • Union Pacific Maintenance Begins Wednesday

    Union Pacific will be replacing rail along various stretches of the railroad tracks in Oxnard, Ventura, Carpinteria, Goleta, and Santa Barbara, California.

  • Stow Grove Park Tree Maintenance to Begin in January

    Tree maintenance work at Stow Grove Park is scheduled to begin this month.

  • Cathedral Oaks Project Begins Tuesday

    The Cathedral Oaks Road Settlement Repair Project is scheduled to begin construction on Tuesday

  • Winter Reading Challenge Launched at Goleta and SYV Libraries

    From January 1st to February 13th, the Goleta and Santa Ynez Valley Libraries will host a six-week Winter Reading Challenge for children, teens and adults to start off the bright new year.

  • Apply for a City of Goleta Board or Commission

    Apply for a City of Goleta Board or Commission

    Source: City of Goleta The City of Goleta is looking for some outstanding community members who want to make a difference by serving on a Board or Commission in the new year.
  • Better Together Fund Grant Program Reopens for Small Businesses

    The Santa Barbara Foundation has reopened the "Better Together Fund Grant Program" for local small businesses.

  • Goleta's End of Year Community Message

    The City of Goleta shares an End of Year Community Video Message and swears in Mayor Perotte and Councilmembers Kasdin and Richards.

  • Goleta City Council Authorizes $200,000 for Additional COVID-19 Relief

    The City of Goleta took additional steps last week to provide COVID-19 relief in light of the current Regional Stay-at-Home Order which mandated the closure of many businesses and limited the operation of others.

  • Goleta Seeking Input on Historic Preservation Ordinance

    The City of Goleta is asking for the community's input on Goleta’s first-ever Historic and Cultural Resource Preservation Ordinance.

  • Goleta’s Old Town Sidewalk Improvement Project Now Complete

    The City of Goleta is pleased to announce that the Old Town Sidewalk Improvement Project is complete. Residents of Old Town are enjoying the newly finished sidewalks in their neighborhood.

  • Potential Public Safety Power Shutoff Period Begins

    Due to forecast fire weather conditions, Southern California Edison is exploring a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff of electrical lines in Santa Barbara County starting tonight.

  • Conceptual Design Review of Sandpiper Golf Course Changes

    The City of Goleta is holding a conceptual design review of changes to the Sandpiper Golf Club.

  • Goleta Completes San Jose Creek Work

    The City of Goleta has completed its repair work on the San Jose Creek Channel in advance of Winter storm season.

  • Jonny D. Wallis Neighborhood Park Recognized as 2019 Project of the Year

    Jonny D. Wallis Neighborhood Park in Old Town Goleta won the American Public Works Association 2019 Project of the Year.

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