Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara
Eight firms submitted proposals to the City for the State Street Master Plan project by close of the request for proposals response period on March 24.
The community is invited to provide feedback and discuss the proposed safety enhancements for the commercial section of Cliff Drive.
In March, the Lower Mission Creek Flood Control Project reached another milestone when contractors completed work on two sections.
On Wednesday, the Santa Barbara Community Formation Commission approved the framework to create a civilian oversight system for the Santa Barbara Police Department.
Ballots were mailed to all the 115 parcel property owners in the proposed Coast Village Community Benefit Improvement District to determine whether to form the property assessment district.
Santa Barbara City staff will consider proposed changes to the City’s municipal code that addresses dogs that have exhibited dangerous or vicious behavior.
Santa Barbara residents and businesses will see an electricity rate increase on their April bills in response to energy market changes, SoCal Edison’s energy storage measures to support grid reliability, and wildfire risk reduction.
New Speed Limits Will Be Posted Later This Spring
The Santa Barbara County Water Agency and participating local water providers are pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 2022WaterWise Garden Recognition Contest.
On Saturday, road resurfacing work along Carrillo Street from Highway 101 to Figueroa Street as part of the Safety Improvements Project on West Carrillo Street.
Santa Barbara City announces 65 new bicycle share docks will be installed in the coming weeks.
After two years of limited and modified summer camps, the City of Santa Barbara’s Parks and Recreation Department announces summer camps will return to normal operations for Summer 2022.
Starting on April 1, City Boards and Commissions will return to in-person meetings. Remote participation will no longer be available at these meetings.
The Santa Barbara City Council will vote on Community Development and Human Services Funding recommendations Tuesday.
The City of Santa Barbara is encouraging public participation at the final community hearing of the Independent Redistricting Commission as it selects voting district boundaries.
The City of Santa Barbara collected $1.9 million in transient occupancy taxes for February 2022.
Professional and Dedicated Staff Helped Support Continued Services through the Pandemic
Santa Barbara City Council approved the second allocation of federal American Rescue Plan Act funds to support projects that offset negative financial impacts of COVID-19.