Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara

  • Independent Redistricting Commission to Consider Four Voting District Maps at its Final Community Hearing

    The Independent Redistricting Commission, which has been working with the public to adjust the lines of voting districts in accordance with population shifts, has voted to narrow down the map choices to a final four versions to consider for approval.

  • Santa Barbara City Housing Element Update & ADUs in the Coastal Zone

    Santa Barbara City staff is starting the process to update the 2015 Housing Element and ADUs have been approved for the Coastal Zone.

  • Thousand Steps Repair Project Starts March 28

    Extensive work will replace parts of the stairway, improve safety, and provide lasting public beach access

  • Santa Barbara Businesses Now Powered by Clean Electricity

    Santa Barbara Clean Energy, a program of the City of Santa Barbara, began providing carbon-free electricity to Santa Barbara businesses on March 1

  • City of Santa Barbara and La Cumbre Mutual Water Company Celebrate the Commencement of Recycled Water Deliveries

    The City of Santa Barbara has initiated a 25-year agreement to provide surplus recycled water to the La Cumbre MutualWater Company.

  • Santa Barbara City Council Directs Action to Declare Chick-fil-A Traffic a Public Nuisance

    Expressing concern for public safety, the Santa Barbara City Council directs action to abate problems caused by the Chick-fil-A restaurant drive-thru.

  • Wharf Wednesday Commemoration Ceremony Honors Stearns Wharf's 150th Anniversary

    In honor of this iconic structure’s 150th anniversary, Stearns Wharf merchants are holding Wharf Wednesdays on the first Wednesday of each month.

  • Santa Barbara to Host Ribbon-Cutting Celebrating Multiuse Path and Creek Restoration

    The City of Santa Barbara invites community members for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Las Positas and Modoc Roads Multiuse Path and Phase II of the Arroyo Burro Open Space Restoration Project. 

  • Santa Barbara Transient Occupancy Tax Results: January 2022

    Transient occupancy taxes for Santa Barbara in January 2022 were about $1 million above January collections last year.

  • Santa Barbara City Council Appoints Rebecca Bjork as City Administrator

    The Santa Barbara City Council has appointed Rebecca Bjork as the new City Administrator. 

  • Desal Link Pipeline Project Update

    More than 1,650 feet of Desal Link pipeline has been installed on the first three blocks of Garden Street between Mission and Valerio Streets.

  • Oak Park Dance Floor Restoration Project

    The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to begin a restoration project for the Oak Park Dance Floor.

  • City of Santa Barbara to Celebrate Bohnett Park Renovation and Storm Water Improvement Project

    The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department invites community members to join a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Bohnett Park Renovation and Storm Water Treatment Project.

  • Help Define Your Voting District Boundaries

    You have an opportunity to share with Santa Barbara how you think voting district boundaries should be drawn to best represent your community.

  • Santa Barbara Public Library to Leave the Black Gold Library Cooperative

    Santa Barbara Public Library to Leave the Black Gold Library Cooperative, Goleta and Santa Ynez Libraries to Remain

  • City Council to Review Public Nuisance of Chick-fil-A Drive-Through

    Santa Barbara City Council to Set Public Hearing Date to Consider Declaring a Public Nuisance Arising from Operation of Chick-fil-A Drive-Through on State Street Traffic Circulation

  • Library Supports Caregivers of Young Children in Unprecedented Times

    In February 2020, the Library received a Shared Vision Grant from the California State Library of $250,000 to expand the Stay and Play program for children and their caregivers.

  • Prioritizing the Preservation of Black Legacies in Santa Barbara
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    Prioritizing the Preservation of Black Legacies in Santa Barbara

    Source: City of Santa Barbara

    Hosted by Healing Justice Santa Barbara

     

    Celebrate Black History Month 2022 with an event to learn about the historical and cultural context of Black people in Santa Barbara through a virtual panel discussion and screening of Black is Beautiful (20-minute documentary). A question and answer on the current process of developing an African American/Black Historic Context Statement will follow.

  • Prioritizing the Preservation of Black Legacies in Santa Barbara

    Celebrate Black History Month 2022 with an event to learn about the historical and cultural context of Black people in Santa Barbara through a virtual panel discussion and screening of Black is Beautiful.

  • Santa Barbara Public Library’s Spanish Outreach Team Helps Shape Spanish-Language Programming

    The Team Will Continue to Collaborate with the Public and Community Organizations to Define Needed Services

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