Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara
Santa Barbara announced a partial reopening of West Victoria Street in the downtown area will take place in two weeks.
Santa Barbara City Council is inviting members of the community to apply to the City’s State Street Advisory Committee to guide the production of a Downtown State Street Area Master Plan.
People experiencing homelessness can get assistance from 17 community service partners at a Homeless Services Neighborhood Navigation Center every Thursday at Alameda Park.
On Tuesday, the Santa Barbara City Council appointed the City’s Independent Redistricting Commission charged with drawing electoral redistricting maps using 2020 Census Bureau data.
Santa Barbara City is offering a confidential survey regarding the community's perspective on the next Chief of Police and the Police Department.
Santa Barbara City Attorney Ariel Calonne announced the City’s victory in Santa Barbara Inland & Coastal Property Rights Association vs. City of Santa Barbara.
The Santa Barbara City Administrator, City Attorney, and Interim Police Chief have issued a joint statement in response to claims made in the Los Angeles Magazine article.
Families in Santa Barbara with young children face a shortage of high-quality childcare; there is more demand for childcare than space available.
A new underground storage tank replacement project begins at the Santa Barbara Harbor that will not allow public parking in certain areas.
A barge is anchored off East Beach to help with work being performed on the City of Santa Barbara's desalination plant.
The City of Santa Barbara has expanded their on-demand permitting process for additional services.
The City of Santa Barbara is seeking the public’s input to help develop new standards for multi-unit housing projects.
The City of Santa Barbara will host two public workshops on building code enhancements for new buildings within the city.