Public can provide comment and attend March 7 online workshop
The County of Santa Barbara’s Community Services Department has released the draft 2030 Climate Action Plan (CAP) for public comment and it is available online at countyofsb.org/oneclimate. The CAP aims to improve quality of life and prioritize social equity by outlining actions the County and community can take to make walking and biking safer, preserve and enhance open spaces, make buildings more efficient, improve air quality and enhance energy resilience.
There is a virtual workshop on March 7 that provides the community with an opportunity to view the draft CAP and engage with staff. Two in-person workshops were held on March 1, 2023, in both Santa Barbara and Santa Maria.
The workshops are an opportunity for the community to share their thoughts, points of concern and local knowledge.
March 7, 2023
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Workshop via Zoom (Register to receive zoom link)
Spanish translation will be available at the workshops.
Registration and information for all events can be found at countyofsb.org/oneclimate.
Currently, there is no end date for the public comment period. The County will release a draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) following the draft CAP, which will also have its own set public comment period. Once the EIR public comment period is set, the County will announce the public comment end date for the CAP.