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Water Trees Where It Counts

October 12, 2021 

Many trees in climates like Santa Barbara’s should be watered even in years when we’re getting enough rain—but during times of drought, street trees and trees in our gardens need our help more than ever. Actions such as watering at the drip line of the canopy, watering at night, and using mulch will keep trees healthy through responsible water use.

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Loma Alta Drive Closed to Vehicular Traffic Beginning October 18

October 5, 2021 

Loma Alta Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic, from Coronel Street to West Canon Perdido Street, from October 18 to June 1, 2022, as the City prepares for storm-related impacts to Loma Alta Drive from the recent Loma Fire. An upcoming community meeting to provide information about storm-related planning and forecasting will be held on November 3.

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Tree Removal on Carrillo Street

October 5, 2021 

As part of the traffic safety project currently under construction on West Carrillo Street, seven trees will be removed between San Pascual Street and San Andres the week of October 11. The existing trees are failing, and will be removed and replaced with 15 new trees along Carrillo Street. The tree removals and plantings will be coordinated with sidewalk and curb and gutter repair.

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Las Positas and Modoc Roads Multi-Use Path Construction Update

September 28, 2021 

Work continues on the Las Positas and Modoc Roads Multi-Use Path Project after crews completed installation of concrete barrier and retaining walls, a concrete box culvert for stormwater conveyance, and concrete curbs and retaining curbs. Crews are preparing for the final asphalt concrete surfacing. Paving along the path is scheduled to be completed by the end of October.

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National Drive Electric Week is Underway

September 28, 2021 

National Drive Electric Week (September 25 to October 3) kicks off with two online interactive events hosted by regional partners, followed by four in-person events held throughout our region. Find out about EV purchasing incentives, charging, range, and answers to frequently asked questions. Pre-registration is required for some events.

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Desal Link Pipeline Project Starts This Fall

September 28, 2021 

The Desal Link project will connect key community water sources by installing an underground pipeline between the Charles E. Meyer Desalination Plant and water mains connected to the Cater Water Treatment Plant. This new pipeline will enable desalinated water to reach our entire service area while enhancing system resiliency and improving water quality. Construction will occur on Garden, Sola, Olive, Ortega, Calle Cesar Chavez, and Yanonali Streets. Local roads will remain accessible to residents but be closed in 3 block sections during active constructions

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