ABOUT US 

The Montecito Association is committed to the preservation, protection, and enhancement of the semi-rural, residential character of Montecito in the spirit of the Community Plan.

Contact

Office

1469 E. Valley Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93108

Open Monday - Thursday 

9am-2pm

Mailing
P.O. Box 5278
Santa Barbara, CA 93150

 

Tel: (805) 969-2026

Email: 

info@montecitoassociation.org

© 2019 by Montecito Association.

BOARD AND COMMITTEES

The Montecito Association Board of Directors is responsible for decision-making on behalf of this membership organization.  The seventeen-member board meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 4 PM in the Montecito Community Hall at 1469 East Valley Road. 

BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE

The Beautification Committee puts on Beautification Day every year the first Saturday in November.

JULY 4TH COMMITTEE

The July 4th Committee puts on the July 4th in the Village event. 

The Montecito Association History Committee was formed in 1975 to collect information, photos and any materials that document and illuminate the history of Montecito. The committee maintains an archive in the Montecito Community Hall (1469 East Valley Road) where the collection is available to Montecito Association members and the public. 

The office is open Tuesdays, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. and by appointment.

The Montecito Association Land Use Committee is responsible for monitoring land use issues in the community.  The committee reviews development projects and monitors architectural review projects on behalf of the Association.  The committee meets regularly on the first Tuesday of the month at 4 PM in the Montecito Community Hall, 1469 East Valley Road.

OUTREACH (MEMBERSHIP) COMMITTEE

The Montecito Association's Membership Committee is responsible for the Association's annual membership drive. 

The Montecito Association Transportation Committee reviews and researches transportation safety and infrastructure issues to inform the Montecito Association’s advocacy on behalf of the community.  All efforts are intended to preserve and protect the semi-rural residential character of the community and reach solutions that benefit the residents of Montecito.  The committee meets on an as-needed basis.