Articles From : CityofSantaBarbara
The City of Santa Barbara collected 17.4% above the monthly budget in transient occupancy taxes last month.
The Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for the 2023 Chef Apprentice Program.
On Sunday, December 11, come enjoy one of Santa Barbara’s signature holiday events – the 36th Annual Parade of Lights.
This weekend the Santa Barbara Half Marathon will take place and will have a temporary impact on driving and parking on some city streets.
The City of Santa Barbara Parks and Recreation Department will host a community event to provide an update on the Ortega Park Renewal Project and the evolution of the park’s design over the past year.
The project to restore the Band Shell at Plaza del Mar, one of Santa Barbara's oldest parks, has secured critical grant funding to continue the planned restoration.
Celebrate Santa Barbara Channel’s bounty and the fishermen who harvest it at the 19th Annual Santa Barbara Harbor & Seafood Festival on Saturday, October 15.
The City Council took an historic first step to create a civilian oversight system on Tuesday with a unanimous vote to adopt an ordinance assigning additional oversight duties and authorities to the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners.
Residents are encouraged to join a special joint meeting to discuss the State Street Master Plan this week.
A new Ninth Circuit Opinion in Grants Pass, Oregon will not affect Santa Barbara’s camping regulations, the city states.
Thousand Steps, a historic beach access stairway in the Mesa neighborhood, has reopened after a six-month closure.
The City of Santa Barbara is developing a design for bicycle and pedestrian facility improvements at the approaches to the Castillo Street undercrossing at Highway 101 on Castillo and Haley Streets.