The Single Family Design Board was created in 2007, by Santa Barbara Municipal Code Chapter 22.69.010 to promote the general welfare, protect and preserve the City’s natural and historical charm, and enhance the City’s aesthetic appeal and beauty.
|Qualifications||Appointees may not hold any full-time paid office or employment in City government. Appointees may serve on the Architectural Board of Review or Historic Landmarks Commission and the Single Family Design Board. They must be residents of Santa Barbara County.
|Length of Term||Four years or until a member’s successor is appointed.|
|Meeting Schedule||The Board generally meets every other Monday at 3:00 p.m. (the Architectural Board of Review meets on alternate Mondays) in the David Gebhard Public Meeting Room (DGPMR), 630 Garden Street. The Consent Calendar is generally held every Monday at 11:00 a.m. in the DGPMR.|
|Financial Disclosure Requirement||Members are required to file a Statement of Economic Interests upon appointment, annually and when leaving the advisory group.|
|Compensation||$50 for each full board meeting attended and $25 for each Consent Calendar meeting completed.
Note: To further meet ongoing economic changes impacting the Fiscal Year 2009-2010 budget, effective January 1, 2010, compensation for all Boards and Commissions will be suspended for six months. (November 10, 2009, Council meeting, Item No. 15 – Fiscal Year Balancing and Adjustment.) Suspension of compensation was extended through June 30, 2011, with adoption of the Fiscal Year 2011 Budget (June 29, 2010, Council meeting, Item No. 23) and will remain in effect until further City Council action.
|Staff||Planning Division, Community Development Department, Jaime Limón, Senior Planner (805) 564-5470.|
|Reference||Municipal Code Section 22.69.020; Ordinance No. 5416; Resolution No. 07-063.|