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The Community Events and Festivals Committee was established in 1988 by Resolution No. 88-128 to replace the Community Promotion Review Committee
The Creeks Restoration and Water Quality Improvement Program Citizen Advisory Committee (Creeks Advisory Committee) was established on December 12, 2000, by Resolution No. 00-140. Its purpose is to assist and advise the City staff, the…
On February 5, 2019, City Council established the De La Guerra Plaza Revitalization Design Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee is comprised of representatives from the City Council, the Parks and Recreation Commission, the Planning…
The Downtown Parking Committee was established August 30, 1988, and replaced the Parking District Committee.
The Finance Committee's function is to review matters pertaining to the finances of the City and to make recommendations to the City Council. These matters include, but are not limited to, reviewing interim financial statements, monthly…
In 1874, the Pioneer Fire Company No. 1 was organized. Crime was infrequent in Santa Barbara in the 1800's and major felonies were so rare that it was not considered necessary to form a police force until 1900. In 1927 the City Council…
In 1874, the Pioneer Fire Company No. 1 was organized. Crime was infrequent in Santa Barbara in the 1800's and major felonies were so rare that it was not considered necessary to form a police force until 1900. In 1927 the City Council…
The Golf Advisory Committee was established in June 1978 to provide guidance and operational assistance to the Parks and Recreation Department and Parks and Recreation Commission in the provision of golf course matters. As such, it…
In 1926, Major Max C. Fleischmann, an ardent yachtsman and philanthropist, offered $200,000 (approximately one half the cost) toward the construction of a harbor project on the condition that the City contribute the balance. A harbor bond…
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