Articles From : Edhat Staff
The Montecito Water District has lifted the boil water notice for the northwesterly most part of the District in the Sycamore Canyon area, while high chlorine will be present in other areas.
On Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 we learned that Montecito Water District was named as a Defendant in a lawsuit that has been filed as a result of the mudslides.
Santa Barbara County Public Health issued a warning to the public to avoid consuming recreational harvested raw shellfish caught in ocean waters where bacterial levels continue to be elevated.
[Update]: The body of 28-year-old Faviola Benitez Calderon was located in the 100 block of Santo Tomas Lane during search and recovery efforts on Saturday.
Santa Barbara Channelkeeper is providing the public with an update on beach and water impacts from the Montecito mudslide and Thomas Fire.
The Public Health Department states the connection between Hepatitis transmission from debris/mud runoff in unfounded.
Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a man who stole a donated guitar from the Santa Barbara Youth Music Academy.
On Friday afternoon, Santa Barbara County officials held a press conference to provide the public with the most recent information on the Montecito mudslides, the roadways, utilities, and more.
Rainfall amounts across Los Padres National Forest have provided sufficient moisture levels to reduce Forest fire restrictions on the forest from Level IV to Level I effective immediately.