By an edhat reader

Santa Barbara city council and city commissions: All now are by webinar/Zoom.

A long-time Edhat subscriber thought it would be helpful and interesting for the community to have accessible a weekly listing of selected meetings, those of possible city-wide interest. We agreed. Please tell us what you think, good idea? waste of time? want it to continue, but covering more than Santa Barbara city?

Santa Barbara City has a calendar of meetings; here’s February’s calendar: In addition, City TV covers many of them and has reruns; here’s the very useful programming page:

A quiet week, beginning with Monday, 2/21, Presidents’ Day, a holiday:  

Tuesday, 2/22, ABR: 3:50 PM, 516 No. Quarantina, Pre-application review; 4:30, 402 S. Hope Ave, Concept Review; 5:30, 621 W. Micheltorena; Register to join the webinar:  Prior to the main agenda, Consent Agenda at 1:00 pm. Register to join via webinar: .

Tuesday, 2/22 City Council, no regular council meeting. Special Council meeting: Sustainability Committee 1:30-3 PM,   Councilmembers: Friedman, Harmon, and Sneddon. the committee’s first meeting of the year, with an Update on the Sea Level Rise Adaptation Plan Implementation. This meeting is apparently not televised but you can register in Advance for this Webinar:


Wednesday, 2/23, Staff Hearing Officer, 9 am:

Wednesday, 2/23, 4:00 pm. Parks & Rec Commission: agenda:

To register to speak: (Staff reports for this meeting:


Thursday, 2/24, 4 pm, Fire and Police Commission, agenda:

Thursday, 2/24, 5:30 pm: Transportation and Circulation Commission; Agenda: . Featured: conversion of the 400 block of Anacapa into two-way; to join the meeting electronically:; and staff presentation of “the Lower Eastside Community Connectivity Active Transportation Planning Effort and recent community engagement.”

Join electronically at:


Friday, 2/25, City Hall is open, but no live council, advisory committee meetings.


AHEAD: regular schedules, including the Architectural Board of Review (ABR), 2/28, Consent, 3/7 FB/C – 2022 Schedule; Historic Landmarks (HLC), 3/2 at 1:30 pm – 2022 Schedule; Planning Commission, March 3, 1 pm – 2022 Schedule. City Council meetings:, still in apparent stealth mode with no recent minutes (since 8/11/2020, and no listed schedule of meetings for 2020.) City departmental budget hearings will be starting soon; also to watch for: joint meeting of the HLC and de la Guerra Plaza Revitalization Design Advisory Committee (no known acronym.)


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