Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara
The Santa Barbara Waterfront will provide family-friendly events on the Fourth of July.
Hourly parking rates at Downtown Santa Barbara lots will increase by $1.00 on July 1st, equalling $2.50 per hour following the free 75 minutes.
The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department is currently accepting entry forms for Children’s Fiesta Parade participation.
The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department invites community members to join Mayor Randy Rowse and the Santa Barbara City Council for a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the Oak Park Dance Floor Restoration.
On June 28, the City Public Works Department will give a presentation to the Santa Barbara City Council about State Street Interim Operations.
Santa Barbara’s Water Outlook Remains Good as City Council Declares Stage Two Water Shortage Alert in Response to Statewide Drought
On June 21, 2022, the City of Santa Barbara adopted its operating and capital budget for Fiscal Year 2023, as required by the City Charter.
Community Development Department Planning Division African American/Black Historic Context Statement Draft Available
Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation will host a blessing at Eastside Neighborhood Park of Los Voladores de Papantla, a newly created mural, as well as three recently re-envisioned murals by local artist and muralist Miguel Rodriguez.
Santa Barbara City announced the selection of René Eyerly as Assistant City Administrator.
The Santa Barbara City Council will conduct its final budget deliberation at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 8 in City Council Chambers.
Juneteenth Santa Barbara invites the community to the first-ever Juneteenth Block Party on Sunday and more events this week at the downtown Public Library.
The City of Santa Barbara’s Housing Element Update is underway and community involvement is encouraged.
On Tuesday, the City Council approved a proposed traffic circulation agreement that provides enforceable traffic control measures and site improvements for the Chick-fil-A restaurant on Upper State Street.