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The city lies between the steeply-rising Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific coast, approximately 90 miles miles WNW of Los Angeles. Its climate is described as Mediterranean, and the city is sometimes referred to as the "American Riviera." Its history begins at least 13,000 years ago with the ancestors of the present-day Chumash (Native American people who historically inhabit chiefly central and southern coastal regions of California).

Population: 92325
Local Newspapers: Santa Barbara News-Press
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Local Colleges: University of California Santa Barbara

Zip Codes associated with santa barbara, california: 93103 93105 93108 93109 93110 93111 93907
Towns/Cities near santa barbara, california : Goleta Mission Canyon Montecito Carpinteria Isla Vista

Santa Barbara County News
33 Years After Her Death, Eccentric Opera Singer's Garden Still Grows

Walska was a Polish opera diva. She toured Europe and the United States, collecting numerous husbands along the way.

Bill Macfadyen: Chin Check Time as Inmates Brawl in Place at Lompoc Big House

I don't know who plugged in the power for the Los Angeles Dodgers , but I like it. I'd like it more if the club would stop boycotting its fans with the greedy TV blackout.

Asks: Why is Lake Cachuma Not Getting More State Water, Given the Record Snowpack?

Dan Wagner's father said 'history follows the water,' and Noozhawk readers evidently agree as they picked his question as the winner of the first Noozhawk Asks poll State Water Project deliveries are pumped into Lake Cachuma near Bradbury Dam, seen here in April 2017. Santa Barbara County water agencies have a 85-percent allocation for State Water this year after it dropped as low as 5 percent in 2014.

Goleta The Good Land, and The Safe Land

This is the fourth consecutive year Goleta earned this honor from SafeWise, a community-focused security organization committed to increasing safety education, awareness and preparedness. "It is wonderful news to learn that Goleta has earned another safe city award," said Mayor Paula Perotte.

Agency Fears Budget Cuts Will Hurt Local Low-Income Families

Local services aimed at helping low-income residents and families are potentially on the chopping block under President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts. The national Community Action agencies stands to lose about $3.4 billion nationally, which would effectively destroy its locally implemented programs, namely the Low Income Home Energy Assistance and Weatherization programs .

Santa Barbara Wine Country Leader Leaving for Oregon

Four years ago, when Morgen McLaughlin left her role as head of the Finger Lakes vintners group in New York to become executive director of the Santa Barbara County Vintners Association, she found an organization in need of fresh-thinking and modernization. So she expanded outreach both regionally and internationally, spruced up the two annual festivals, grew the operating budget by about 20 percent, and commissioned an economic impact study to show that the wine industry contributes $1.7 billion to the county economy, employing 5,700 people directly and attracting nearly 900,000 annual tourists.

Defendant In Easter Morning Orcutt Shooting Is Arraigned

A man charged in connection with a shooting that killed his ex-girfriend on Easter morning in Orcutt pleaded not guilty to murder and related charges on Wednesday in Santa Barbara County Superior Court. The defendant, who also is referred to as Jorge Tovar Fernandez, was arrested following the April 16 shooting of Elyse Erwin, 28, who was found dead in a parking lot on Goodwin Road.

Orcutt Woman Sentenced For 8 Burglaries Last Year in Santa Maria Valley

An Orcutt woman avoided a state prison sentence, but will serve a year in jail and five years probation after pleading no contest to burglarizing eight homes in the Santa Maria Valley last year. Wendy Snow, 45, appeared before Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge James Voysey for the sentencing hearing Wednesday in connection with the crimes committed last summer.

Oprah Gives $100K to Sheriff's Office

Sheriff Bill Brown can use the money for that area as he wishes. The county supervisors approved the funds this week, prompting a discussion about private money paying for public safety in more affluent neighborhoods.

First 100 Day of Isla Vista's Community Services District

The overwhelming passage of Measure E in November led to the formation of the Isla Vista Community Services District on March 1. The is the result of a four-decades-long movement for greater local representation and the desire to improve the quality of life found in Isla Vista. The Board of Directors has been hard at work over the past few months.

Santa Barbara County OKs Refinancing Deal for UCSB Student Housing Nonprofit

Santa Barbara Student Housing, a nonprofit group, got the OK to refinance $6 million in debt at Tuesday's Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors meeting. The debt restructuring will allow the nonprofit to reduce its its debt interest from 4.5 percent to 3.5 percent.

Goleta Council Approves 1-Year Extension to Sheriff's Department Contract

The Goleta City Council voted on Tuesday to extend its law enforcement services contract with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department , which would otherwise have ended June 30. Council members approved a one-year extension to the five-year agreement at a cost of $8.4 million, while both the city and county work toward another longer-term contract, according to Goleta officials. The per-year cost is increasing $808,000 from the current year, with about $108,000 of that due to adding a full-time parking enforcement officer, according to the city.

Ron Fink: Budget Challenges Cause Lompoc Leaders to Punt

Cities across the United States were organized to serve the needs of the people. During the formative era, folks wanted more to say in how their needs were met.

CoastHills Credit Union Presents Scholarships

At 62 years old, Tito De Leon was told by doctors he could no longer work. He spent the past 20 years in construction, and all the crawling, climbing, lifting and stretching had taken a toll on his knees.

Bill Cirone: Thank You And Farewell

As the nation prepares to celebrate July 4, I want to thank first and foremost the Santa Barbara County community for the privilege and honor it has been to work as your elected representative in a system of governance and representation that is unmatched on our planet. Our nation remains strong because of the foresight and wisdom of the founding fathers who constructed a nation based on freedom and equality for all.

Summer camp for Fairfield-Suisun students out of this world

Ayden Davanzo, a 13-year-old student at Grange Middle School who has seen the movies "Interstellar" and "The Martian," will get closer to outer space as one of 40 students who'll visit Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County and see the control center where rockets are launched. James Frische, 12, of Suisun Valley Elementary, said he's also looking forward to Vandenberg in the Fairfield-Suisun School District STEM Camp for science, technology, engineering and math.

Highway 101 Along Gaviota Coast Gets New Scenic Designation

From sun-soaked beaches to the visual geology of the Santa Ynez Mountains , the route wandering through some of Santa Barbara County's most stunning landscape has become California's newest official scenic highway. The 21-mile stretch of Highway 101 meanders west from the city of Goleta to the interchange with State Route 1 north of the Gaviota Tunnel .

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