SB City News
Installation of Sidewalk Access RampsNovember 30, 2015
From December through March, the City will install 18 sidewalk access ramps located along San Pascual Street, at five intersections between Arrellaga and Pedregosa Streets. Sidewalks and traffic lanes will be partially closed for approximately one week at a time; however, there will be no full street closures associated with this construction. Read More ...
November 30, 2015
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Due to the Entrada de Santa Barbara (Entrada) Project, MATT Construction will close the easterly side of State Street (northbound lane) just north of Mission Creek Bridge to the Union Pacific Railroad crossing, to complete utility installation and public street and sidewalk improvements. Construction will also include installation of underground utilities on Helena Avenue, and portions of Mason Street as described below.
Meter Replacement in City NeighborhoodsNovember 17, 2015
City crews soon will be replacing water meters in your neighborhood. Certified Water Distribution Operators will not enter your home, but will knock on your door to let you know that your meter is being replaced. A typical installation should take less than an hour to complete. Water service must be temporarily turned off during installation. Read More ...
October 14, 2015
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The City of Santa Barbara's sanitary sewer acoustic inspection of approximately 2,000 sewer pipes throughout the City is underway. Acoustic sounding devices are placed in opened manholes at both ends of the pipe and relay sound through the pipe. This helps identify potential blockages of the sewer mains in an efficient manner and has proved to be very successful. Completion of this project is expected by the end of November 2015.
Lisa Arroyo, Supervising Engineer Phone: (805) 564-5486 Email: email@example.com
Conservation is Key as Drought ContinuesSeptember 15, 2015
Despite hopes for an El Niño winter, continued extraordinary conservation by the community is necessary until water begins to spill over Bradbury Dam. Watch the Video ...
New Streetlights for Lower West DowntownAugust 25, 2015
New, energy-saving LED streetlights are now fully operational in the Lower West Downtown area. The City installed approximately 60 new pedestrian and streetlights in the vicinity of West Ortega, West Cota, Castillo Street and De la Vina Street, The new lighting will help increase safety for area residents. Read More...
Last Updated: May 16, 2014