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Place Candy Wrappers in the Trash

November 1, 2021 

All film plastic, like wrappers, chip bags, sandwich bags, food wrapping, plastic bags, bubble wrap, and other flexible packaging wrap should be placed in the trash. This type of plastic is not recyclable in our curbside blue bin.

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Sandbags Available to Residents for Free

October 26, 2021 

Sandbags will be available for free to the public at the City Annex Yard at 401 E. Yanonali St., from 7:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. Residents should bring their own gloves and shovels and be prepared to fill the bags they need. The City will evaluate continued need for sandbag availability after the storm passes.

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Library on the Go Takes to the Road

October 19, 2021 

With the mission of providing a range of library services to Santa Barbara residents, the Library's Library on the Go van delivers more than just books to those with limited library access. Watch this short video to learn more about the Library on the Go and visit the library's online calendar to see the Library on the Go's upcoming stops.

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What to Do If You Find Bees

September 14, 2021 

If you find a bee hive in the public right-of-way (streets, sidewalks, medians, and street trees), call Vector Control at (805) 564-5596. For bees inside a City water meter box, call Meter Services at (805) 897-2516. We will dispatch beekeepers to assess the situation and safely relocate the bees. For bees on private property, call the Mosquito and Vector Management District at (805) 969-5050 for a current list of beekeepers who can relocate the bees.

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Crosswalk Heroes Needed

June 15, 2021 

The City of Santa Barbara is looking for friendly, caring, and passionate crossing guards, to help keep our children safe. This is a very important role that requires a great deal of responsibility and dependability.

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Last Updated: Feb 4, 2014
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