July 22, 2013
Eastside Neighborhood Transportation Plan  
To improve bicycle, pedestrian, and traffic safety on the Eastside, the City has initiated the Eastside Neighborhood Transportation Plan. Residents have identified areas of concern and staff have created a plan to address those concerns. The Plan will be presented at City Council on July 23.  Watch the Video... 
De La Guerra Bridge Public Meeting
The De La Guerra Bridge Replacement Project at Mission Creek is in the initial concept development stage. A public meeting will be held on Thursday, July 25 to provide a general overview of the project. Read More...
City Wading Pools Offer Free Swim for Kids

City Wading Pools

Both of the City's wading pools are now open through late August for youth ages 7 or younger. The West Beach  Wading Pool is open noon  to  4 p.m., Monday to Saturday. The Oak Park Wading Pool is open daily from noon to 5 p.m. Both pools are staffed by lifeguards, but children must be accompanied by a parent or responsible person age 18 or older. 

Lock Doors and Windows to Prevent Theft

During the warmer summer months, it can be tempting to leave windows and doors open when leaving for a short time to walk the dog or run an errand. Entry in most residential burglaries is done quickly and quietly through unlocked doors and windows, so remember to lock up when you leave home, regardless of the length of time.
Free Bike Valet on Friday Nights
Bikestation Santa Barbara has teamed up with the Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition to provide FREE bike valet at the Friday night summer movie series in the Courthouse Gardens. Starting at 7 p.m., drop off your bike at Bikestation in the Granada Garage and your bike, bags, lights, and other personal items will be secure.
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Council Agenda of the Week
Concerts in the Park
Doņa Oxford
July 25
Did You Know?
The total area
of the City includes 21.09 square miles
of land and 22 square miles of water 
Summer Reading Program
Something Ridiculous 
Something Ridiculous: A juggling, unicycle, and acrobatic duo 
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