The Airport will begin daily nonstop service to Sacramento International Airport starting April 16, 2019. Booking is available now.
The City received $6.6 million in Active Transportation Program grants from the California Transportation Commission to fund safer crosswalks and bike lanes on De La Vina Street, and widened sidewalks and bike lanes at the State Street undercrossing.
The City of Santa Barbara collected approximately $1.18 million in transient occupancy taxes (TOT) for December 2018.
The City received $6.78 million in sales tax revenues during the quarter ended September 30, 2018. This includes approximately $1 million in late payments from the state that relate to last fiscal year.
The Airport was recently gifted an original oil painting created by artists who participate in PathPoint’s community integration services.
In response to requests at recent public meetings, the City has released a detailed explanation of the site selection process for the new Santa Barbara Police Station.
After an extensive national recruitment process, Eric Nickel has been appointed as Fire Chief. Selected from a pool of 36 applicants, Chief Nickel will oversee the Fire Department’s $28 million budget and 106 employees in eight fire stations, effective January 14, 2019.
The Police Department has received a $330,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety for a year-long enforcement and public awareness program.
MakeSB – a Library initiative committed to making and creating in all forms – continues on July 13 with a musical showcase ...
The repairs will improve water quality, enhance park aesthetics, and improve habitat for wildlife.
The Library is offering challenges, events, and reading programs for all ages.
Help keep streets clean by reporting abandoned shopping carts quickly and conveniently. Just call the hotline or fill out a form online, and carts will be picked up within 24 to 48 hours.