DSB BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
RESOURCES FOR BUSINESSES
INFORMATION FROM BANKS
All Performances at Lobero Theatre - Suspended through March 31
All Performances at Granada Theatre - Suspended through March 31
All UCSB Arts and Lectures Events - Canceled
Santa Barbara International Orchid Show - Canceled
Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival - Postponed until July 10
Santa Barbara Culinary Experience - Canceled
Banff Mountain Film Festival - Canceled
Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival - Postponed to August 19-23
Cars & Coffee every Sunday - Postponed
Welcome to Santa Barbara, California: a captivating blend of colorful history, distinctive architecture, and legendary Southern California lifestyle. Known around the world as the American Riviera, Santa Barbara rests between the Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Just 92 miles north of Los Angeles and 332 miles south of San Francisco, Santa Barbara is easily accessible for visitors from around the world.
To learn more on Santa Barbara, we invite you to visit the websites listed below.
Abandoned Vehicles (Public Property)
Abandoned Shopping Cart Hotline/Form
Creeks Hotline (Dumping/Water Quality)
Fire Department Non-Emergency
Graffiti Abatement - Removal Hotline
Information (City Hall)
Leaf Blower Complaints
Non-Emergency Dispatch Hotline
Pothole Reporting Hotline
Shopping Cart Hotline
Sidewalk Cleaning & Landscape Maintenance
Street & Sidewalk Repair
Storm Drain Hotline
Vector Control (Rodents & Mosquitoes)
Water Problems (Broken Mains & Street Flooding)
Santa Barbara is Now a Smoke-Free City
The City adopted a new law prohibiting smoking in outdoor public areas to provide a healthy, family-friendly, and clean environment for residents and visitors. Smoke-free outdoor areas will reduce cigarette butt litter, lower the risk of fires, and limit public exposure to secondhand smoke. Smoking is prohibited in the following areas:
Smoking is defined to include tobacco, marijuana, and electronic vaping devices. The law is currently in effect with signage planned for installation on sidewalks and other outdoor areas in early 2018. The City will use verbal warnings and public education as the primary means of enforcement. Your cooperation is appreciated.
For more information and frequently asked questions, visit SantaBarbaraCA.gov/Smoking.