Know Your Goleta Ballot

There is a lot for Goleta voters to consider this upcoming election on November 8, 2022. Not only is it the City’s first By-District election, but there are also two ballot measures. Measure B2022 is for a 1% Sales and Transaction Use tax and Measure C2022 is for a Flavored Tobacco Ban Ordinance. 

To help voters know what to expect on the Goleta November 2022 Election, the City sent a Know Your Goleta Ballot mailer to all registered voters. To view it, click here. For more information on the upcoming election, visit the City website at

Important Dates:

  • October 11: Registered voters should receive a ballot on or around this date
  • October 24: The last day to register to vote in this election; register now at
  • November 8: Election Day

Drop Box Locations:

There will be over 30 secure Ballot Drop Boxes located throughout the County to safely return your ballot directly to the Registrar of Voters. The drop boxes are open for 24 hours beginning 29 days before a federal or state election through 8:00 pm on Election night. There will be two locations in Goleta:

  • Goleta City Hall (130 Cremona Drive)
  • Goleta Valley Community Center (5679 Hollister Avenue) – at end of parking lot in front of building

An interactive map of the Ballot Drop Box locations in the County is available here.