Montecito Board of Architectural Review (MBAR): Montecito BAR meets every 3 weeks at 2pm. Meetings are held in the County Engineering Building, Planning Commission Hearing Room located at 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara.
Agendas and Minutes: https://cosantabarbara.app.box.com/s/ehwpy19h1ab4fso4gm8mpp665hv18h7e
Montecito Planning Commission (MPC): Montecito Planning Commission normally meets on the third Wednesday, of each month, at 9AM in the County Engineering Building, Planning Commission Hearing Room located at 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara.
Agendas, Staff Reports and Marked Agendas: https://cosantabarbara.app.box.com/s/o4z9jfqjpg3h2gp4h9u3zfjicvz4qcld
Montecito Water District: As anticipated for late April, MWD will present the Quarterly Water Supply Update with current information on Jameson Lake water quality and allocations for Lake Cachuma and State Water Project at two upcoming public meetings: the Operations and Customer Relations Committee and the Board of Directors regular monthly meeting. Discussion will include potential changes to the declared water shortage emergency.
Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors: The Board generally convenes in regular session on several Tuesdays each month, with the second Tuesday meeting of the month held in Santa Maria. The Board sets policy for County departments, oversees the County budget, and adopts ordinances on local matters and establishes land use policies that affect unincorporated areas.
County Planning Commission: County Planning Commission normally meets three Wednesdays each month at 9AM. Twice in the County Engineering Building, Planning Commission Hearing Room located at 123 East Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara and once at the Betteravia Government Center located at 511 East Lakeside Parkway, in Santa Maria.
Agendas, Staff Reports and Marked Agendas: https://cosantabarbara.app.box.com/s/q97rv82305oyfnbdjhcyxrrdhu3dgkqy
Historic Landmarks Advisory Commission: The purpose of this commission is to promote the economic welfare and prosperity of the county by preserving and protecting those places, sites, buildings, structures, works of art and other objects having a special historic or aesthetic character or interest, for the use, education and view of the general public and to remind the citizens of this county and visitors from elsewhere of the background of the county.