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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
Montecito's Big Flood Plain Draws Objections from Some Residents

As most of the South Coast of Santa Barbara County braces for the next fire, Montecito is focused on the next flood. An advisory flood map released in June by the Federal Emergency Management Agency easily doubles the area of Montecito that is likely to flood during a 100-year storm; the new flood plain, or "high hazard area," now covers roughly half the community, and it predicts higher flood water elevations than in the past.

UCSB Student Arrested On Charges of False Imprisonment

A UC Santa Barbara student and Isla Vista resident was arrested on Saturday for false imprisonment and corporal injury of a spouse/cohabitant/date, according to police arrest logs. Alan Liu, 21, was arrested by Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office deputies around 8 p.m. Saturday night on the 6500 block of Seville Road in I.V. False imprisonment is defined as the "unlawful violation of the personal liberty of another," according to the California legislative information website.

Early Reports Put 2018 Harvest at Above Average

Growers and winemakers expressed optimism in mid-July about the 2018 California wine grape harvest as bunch closure was occurring in many parts of the state. An average to above-average crop of about 4 million to 4.25 million tons was predicted by well-informed sources including the Allied Grape Growers cooperative and Ciatti & Co., grape and bulk wine brokers.

Samantha Sennett Joins AmeriFlex Financial Services as Adviser

Under the new affiliation, her practice will continue to offer top-tier wealth management services with a specialization in financial planning, asset management and transitional event planning. The affiliation with AmeriFlex will provide Sennett with a fully independent practice supported by enhanced tools and resources, a comprehensive suite of services, and leading technology of a national financial services company.

Goleta Library Accepting Reservation Requests for Gallery Space

The Goleta Valley Library is now accepting reservation requests for the use of the multipurpose room gallery space for the calendar year 2019. Local nonprofit and other group art organizations and associations are invited to submit requests for use of the display space for art exhibitions.

Caltrans Replacing Grove of Purple Leaf Plum Trees Cut Near Fairview Avenue in Goleta

A grove of new purple leaf plum trees being planted Monday at the Fairview Avenue onramp to Highway 101 in Goleta to replace similar trees that were cut down because they were dead or diseased. Caltrans cut down more than 100 dead and diseased purple leaf plum trees lining a stretch of Highway 101 near Fairview Avenue in Goleta, leading people to ask what happened to the suddenly-empty plot of dirt.

Lompoc Woman Arrested for Allegedly Trying to Smuggle Drugs into Santa Barbara County Jail

An 18-year-old Lompoc woman is suspected of trying to smuggle meth and heroin into the Santa Barbara County Main Jail on Sunday, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department . Mariah Lyons is facing charges of drug sales, possession in jail custody, and conspiracy to introduce narcotics into the jail facility, according to sheriff's spokeswoman Kelly Hoover.

South Coast Task Force Event Explores Youth Safety in Santa Barbara County

Santa Maria High School alumna Cristal Robles strives to be a voice for those without one to support and motivate area youth, despite facing economic constraints as a child. On Monday at Santa Barbara's Carrillo Recreation Center, Robles recounted her community service projects and perspective on local resources as part of the day-long South Coast Youth Safety and Wellness Summit.

Noozhak Asks: Does Santa Barbara Still Have Community Service Officers Working for the Police?

Welcome to Noozhawk Asks , a feature in which you ask the questions, you help decide what Noozhawk investigates, and you work with us to find the answers. This week's question: Does the city still have community service officers and if so, where do they hide? I have not seen any downtown for months.

MarBorg Gets 1-Year Fat, Oil, Grease Hauling Contract as Santa...

The city of Santa Barbara decided last week to extend its contract with MarBorg Industries to haul fat, oil and grease, but it plans to cast a wider net for companies through a formal request for proposals later in the year. The city requires restaurants to to divert grease at the source into a grease trap, which is hauled away into a disposal site.

1 Person Taken to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital After Highway 166 Vehicle Crash

One person was taken to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital by helicopter after a vehicle crash on Highway 166 west of New Cuyama on Monday afternoon, county fire Capt. Dave Zaniboni said.

County Fire Chief Calls for More Fuel Breaks Following Goleta-Area Holiday Fire

Fire officials, legislators talk about ways to prevent wildfires, save lives and homes during what is now a year-round fire season County Fire Chief Eric Peterson, shown here at a July 7 press conference on the Holiday Fire, has urged local agencies to work together to create a continuous fuel break on the mountainside from Montecito to Goleta. When the weather cooled down last week, offering relief from record 100-degree heat, Eric Peterson, the Santa Barbara County Fire chief, hiked into the foothills of Goleta to the spot where the Holiday Fire was halted on July 6 near the national forest boundary.

Dennis Mammana: Look for a Stellar Dolphin Frolicking in the Sky Tonight

One of the tiniest constellations in all the heavens now appears. As small and faint as it is, it's not all that difficult to locate, and it's one that I love to share with the public during my stargazing programs.

Film Screenings During Old Spanish Days Focus on Correcting the Myths About California Missions

The half-hour nonfiction film Telling the Truth About California Missions will be shown at 7 p.m. Aug. 4 at 1535 Santa Barbara St. The second film, Tears of Our Ancestors: Healing From Historical Trauma , will be shown Aug. 11 at the same time and location. The Aug. 4 screening of the film Telling the Truth About California Missions was timed to coincide with Old Spanish Days in order to offer a sober look at the other side of the state's history.

September Court Date Set for Suspect in 2016 Han Family Murders

Pierre Haobsh is accused of killing Dr. Henry Han, his wife and 5-year-old daughter in their home near Goleta Triple-murder suspect Pierre Haobsh's case has been delayed until September. He is accused of the gruesome 2016 killings of Dr. Henry Han; his wife, Jennie Yu; and their 5-year-old daughter, Emily.

Man Suffers Burns in Mission Canyon Vegetation Fire

One man was injured Sunday evening in a vegetation fire that broke out in the Mission Canyon area above Santa Barbara, according to the Santa Barbara City Fire Department . The cause was still under investigation, according to fire Battalion Chief Jim McCoy, but the fire appeared to be related to a brush-clearing operation.

Daryl Cagle: What's the Big Deal About Tariffs for China?

In the crush of recent cartoons criticizing President Donald Trump for his trade war with China, I haven't noticed any that are supportive of his tariffs. Trump's promises about tariffs and renegotiating more favorable trade agreements around the world were a driving force in his election.

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