To ensure the delivery of City of Santa Barbara/Community Development Newsletter e-mails to your inbox,
please take a moment to add to your e-mail Address Book or Safe List.

Seal of the City of Santa Barbara

City of Santa Barbara
Land Development Team Bulletin
Volume #123, 3/4/16





The LDT Bulletin is one way we are increasing communication between the City and our customers. These bulletins will also be located in our lobby area at 630 Garden Street.

We hope you'll find the contents of this issue useful. However, if you prefer not to receive this publication in the future, simply send us an email to:

NZO Module #2: Development Standards is comprised of three development standard components: 1) base zone development standards; 2) overlay zones; and 3) citywide development standards (off-street parking will be addressed in Module #3). Draft Module #2 was reviewed by the NZO Joint Committee and the public in December 2015, and a revised draft has been prepared for Planning Commission review. The staff report and Module are now available for viewing and download at the NZO Public Meetings webpage for the informal Open House and Public Workshop/Planning Commission Meeting.

Meeting Date: 
   Friday, March 18, 2016
   630 Garden Street, Santa Barbara  
   David Gebhard Public Meeting Room, 1st Floor
   11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.: Open House (informal)  
   12:30 p.m.:  Break  
   1:00 p.m.:  Public Workshop/Planning Commission Meeting

We encourage you to stay informed and get involved.  The NZO website includes information about public meeting dates and reference materials.  The main website is

To receive updates of future meetings and workshops regarding the New Zoning Ordinance effort, please subscribe for Notifications of the New Zoning Ordinance at the website dedicated to this effort under the “Get Involved” tab.   Instructions for subscribing for the Notifications of the New Zoning Ordinance are included under the “Get Involved” tab.  The persons that subscribe on the website will comprise the City’s general “mailing list” for this effort.

You can also provide feedback and comment on the NZO website under the “Get Involved” tab.  This work effort is being conducted by the Planning Division of the Community Development Department in conjunction with the consultant and inter-departmental support.  The project contact is Marck Aguilar, Project Planner at

Privacy Statement

The City of Santa Barbara respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal information. Your email address will be used solely for the purpose of the City of Santa Barbara to contact you regarding Land Development Team updates.


To subscribe to this bulletin, logon to our website subscriptions page at and sign up for the Land Development Team newsletter.

City of Santa Barbara/Community Development
630 Garden Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
T. (805) 564-5485, ext. 2653