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Permanent Local Housing Allocation program Funds Available

July 8, 2020 

The City of Santa Barbara is designated to receive Permanent Local Housing Allocation (PLHA) program funds to support eligible housing and homelessness activities. In order to receive the funds, the City has to submit an application, and a brief 5-year plan that states which of the PLHA program eligible activities the City intends to fund. The plan is available for public review/comment until July 21, 2020.

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Water Flushing Information for Reopening Buildings

June 23, 2020 

Buildings that have been unused during the COVID-19 crisis may contain stagnant water which is a potential health risk. Building operators should take steps to flush their plumbing to ensure water quality in their facility prior to resuming operations with employees or the public.

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Downtown Parking Resumes Normal Operations

June 23, 2020 

Downtown Parking welcomes our customers as normal operations resume on Monday, June 22. Fees will be collected between 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM. Parking lot attendants will provide the public with a safe, contactless means of payment. Customers are encouraged to pay with a credit card or pre-paid card at the ticket column upon exit.


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Santa Barbara Named 3rd Best City for Bikes in 2020 by PeopleForBikes

June 23, 2020 

Santa Barbara is proud to announce that we have been ranked the 3rd best city for bicycling in the U.S. by PeopleForBikes. The PeopleForBikes City Ratings program evaluates more than 550 cities across five key indicators: Ridership, Safety, Network, Reach, and Acceleration. As new bike infrastructure projects are implemented, and the City’s bikeshare system is launched, our rankings should continue to improve.


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Learn About Your Water Quality

June 23, 2020 

The City remains committed to delivering safe and reliable drinking water to our customers. Read our Annual Water Quality Report to learn about where your water comes from, COVID-19 response, wastewater treatment, and water quality testing.

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Slurry Seal Treatments on City Streets

June 16, 2020 

Slurry seal treatments continue on various high priority streets throughout the City as part of the FY20A Pavement Maintenance Project. This preventative maintenance operation will extend the life of the roadways, while creating a smoother road surface. The slurry work of the streets is scheduled for completion approximately late June 2020. Read More

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