Safety Of Ocean Water and Beaches (updated 1/24/2018) Ocean water samples taken on Monday, January 22, were tested for bacteria levels. Test results reveal that levels of bacteria do exceed standard levels in ocean water at some beaches. Ocean water at the following beaches will remain closed to swimming, surfing and other water activities. [ Press Release ] Special Saturday Vaccine Clinic at Santa Maria Animal Center License, Vaccinate and Microchip Your Pet at Project PetSafe, Special Saturday Clinic at Santa Maria Animal Center, February 3rd, 2018.
[ Press Release ] Testing Results And Health In Exposed Workers The Public Health Department has reviewed results from testing of mudslide samples and made recommendations to protect the health of exposed workers. [ Press Release ] Mud Cleanup Safety And Protection To protect residents from exposure to raw sewage and other chemicals that may be present in the mud, the Public Health Department offers the following guidance: [ Press Release ] Public Health Warns Against Consumption Of Recreational Harvested Raw Shellfish The Santa Barbara County Public Health Dept.
is issuing a warning to the public to avoid consuming recreational harvested raw shellfish caught in ocean waters where bacterial levels continue to be elevated. [ Press Release ] [ Español ] Santa Barbara County Animal Services Rescue More than 1,000 Displaced Animals Following the Mudslides As residents continue to evacuate from their homes following the fatal mudslides that hurled through Montecito last week, the ASPCA® (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) and Santa Barbara County Animal Services are conducting ongoing search-and-rescue efforts to save displaced animals.
[ Press Release ] Public Health Advisory Protecting Your Health in Areas Impacted by the Storm [ Press Release ] [ Español ] Connection Between Hepatitis Transmission From Debris/Mud Runoff Unfounded Dr. Charity Dean, Santa Barbara County's Public Health Officer has reiterated as false the circulating rumors of the possible presence of Hepatitis C infection within the discarded debris and mud being relocated in landfills and local beaches in the county.
[ Press Release ] [ Español ] Santa Barbara County Beach Ocean Waters Closed Due to High Bacterial Levels Effective immediately, and in order to protect the public’s health, the Santa Barbara County Health Officer has closed the following beach ocean waters for public use until further notice: Gaviota Beach down the coast to the County line at Rincon Point. This includes, but is not limited to, the following beaches: Gaviota, Refugio, El Capitan, Sands at Coal Oil Point, Goleta State Beach, Hope Ranch, Arroyo Burro, Leadbetter, East Beach at Mission Creek, East Beach at Sycamore Creek, Butterfly, Hammond’s, Summerland, Carpinteria State Beach.
[ Press Release ] [ Español ] [ Health Officer Order ] Influenza Deaths The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirms there were 6 deaths from influenza in the past two weeks within Santa Barbara County. All 6 individuals were over age 65. This number is significantly higher than the number of deaths typically recorded during previous influenza seasons. By comparison, there were 3 deaths recorded for all age groups for the entire flu season last year.
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City Hall Contact Information City Hall is located at: 735 Anacapa StreetSanta Barbara, CA 93101(805) 963-0611(805) 564-5475 Fax Correspondence can be mailed to: City HallP.O. Box 1990Santa Barbara, CA 93102-1990 Below is a quick list of commonly used Neighborhood Services numbers. For specific department contact information, please use the Explore menu on the left to select the department you which to contact.
Convenient City Services Numbers Abandoned Vehicles (Public Property)(805) 897-2413 Airport Noise Complaint Hotline(805) 967-1900 Animal Control(805) 963-1513 Building & Zoning Code Enforcement Hotline(805) 897-2676 Creeks Hotline (Dumping/Water Quality)(805) 897-2688 Fire Department Non-Emergency(805) 965-5254 Graffiti Hotline(805) 897-2513 Hazardous Waste (SB County)(805) 882-3602 Illegal Dumping(805) 963-1852 Information (City Hall)(805) 963-0611 Leaf Blower Complaints (PD Dispatch)(805) 882-8900 Noise Complaints (PD Dispatch)(805) 882-8900 Park Ranger(805) 897-1941 Police Department 24-Hour Non-Emergency(805) 882-8900 Pothole Reporting Hotline(805) 897-2630 RADON Information(800) 745-7236 Recycling (Information on How To Recycle)(805) 564-5631 Sand Bags(805) 564-5413 Santa Barbara Recycling Center(805) 963-1852 Sewer Problems (Water/Streets)(805) 564-5413 Shopping Cart Hotline(800) 252-4613 Street & Sidewalk Repair (805) 564-5413 Street Lights (24-Hour Recording)(805) 564-5416 Street Sweeping(805) 897-1903 Storm Drain Hotline(805) 564-5458 Traffic Signals (Public Works)(805) 560-7518 Trash Complaints (Code Enforcement)(805) 564-5686 Tree Concerns(805) 564-5433 Vector Control (Rodents & Mosquitoes)(805) 560-7510 Voter Registration (SB County)(805) 568-2200 Water Conservation: (Water Check-Up Appointments and Water Waste)(805) 564-5460 Water Problems: Broken Mains and Street Flooding(805) 564-5413