2018 Press Releases

First 5 Santa Barbara will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the statewide First 5 network with a Family Fun Day and awards presentation on May 2 at the capitol steps.

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 123 E. Anapamu St. ï‚· Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 568-3000 ï‚· FAX (805) 568-3019 www.countyofsb.org/PWD PRESS RELEASE APR. 26, 2018 Media Contact: Eric Pearson, P.E., Construction Section Manager (805) 681-4990 NORTH COUNTY PAVEMENT REHABILITATION TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK (Santa Barbara, Calif.) – San


Almost forty years after the suspect known as the Original Night Stalker/East Area Rapist is believed to have committed the first of three horrific crimes in Santa Barbara County near Goleta, the Sheriff's Office is pleased learn that the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in the case. 72

Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce E. Dudley announced today that after terrorizing communities throughout California between 1976 and 1986, James DeAngelo, 72, alleged to be the perpetrator of twelve murders, 45 rapes, and 120 residential burglaries, was arrested in Sacramento on Tuesday.

Youth Impact Award Ceremony in Santa Barbara on May 3, 2018

Community Invitation to Hear Presentations from U.S Forest Service and CALFIRE on Impacts from Fire and Debris Flow and Significance for Future Rain Events

Invitación a la comunidad para asistir a las presentaciones del Servicio Forestal de los Estados Unidos y CALFIRE sobre los impactos del incendio y flujo de escombros y cómo son significante durante futuros eventos de lluvia

At about 11:30pm on Monday, April 23, 2018, the Santa Barbara County Public Safety Dispatch Center received a 911 call from a citizen reporting a possible overdose victim in the 100-block of S. Patterson Ave in the City of Goleta.

Join us for Lunch at Paradise Cafe this Wednesday and Raise Money for Special Olympics

The Santa Barbara County Public Works Department is continuing work on local beaches to restore them to pre-emergency conditions. The deposit of sediment from the 1/9 Debris Flow at Goleta Beach County Park and Carpinteria Beach at Ash Avenue ended by February 20, and crews groomed at both beach sites to push deposited material into the surf zone.