Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara
After twenty-four years of service to the City of Santa Barbara, City Administrator Paul Casey notified the Santa Barbara City Council of his intent to step down effective Friday September 10, 2021.
The City of Santa Barbara’s Emergency Operations Plan is in the process of being updated.
The nomination period has opened for candidates filing to run for Mayor, Fourth District Councilmember, Fifth District Councilmember, and Sixth District Councilmember.
[Update]: The City of Santa Barbara announced Administrator Paul Casey has been removed as a defendant in an employee's sexual harassment lawsuit.
On Thursday, the City of Santa Barbara released the final draft of the Small Wireless Facilities Ordinance.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Santa Barbara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District aimed at protecting Member Agencies’ ability to manage their water supply.
Santa Barbara Housing Authority Receives $10 Million for Affordable Housing for Special Needs Residents
The California Tax Credit Allocation Committee allocated $10,301,010 million in Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits to a local project to be developed by the Housing Authority City of Santa Barbara.
The California Coastal Commission voted to allow BCycle's three-year pilot program to operate bike-sharing in Santa Barbara's Coastal Zone.
The City Council has approved the City Administrator’s appointment of Elias Isaacson as Community Development Director, following a nationwide recruitment process.