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Santa Barbara services closed during the holiday

By Cecilia Wong, NewsChannel 3 Producer, cecilia.wong@keyt.com
John Palminteri, KEYT - KCOY - KKFX Senior Reporter, johnp1250@aol.com
Published On: Dec 17 2013 08:13:24 PM CST
Updated On: Dec 17 2013 08:27:08 PM CST

Most city administrative offices will be closed from Christmas Eve to New Years.

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -

Most city administrative offices will be closed for the holidays from Tuesday, Dec. 24 through Wednesday, Jan. 1. Offices will re-open on Thursday, Jan. 2. Police, fire and harbor patrol emergency services will be fully staffed throughout the office closure. Emergency service will continue to dispatch calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Water sewer and trash bill payments can be mailed or left in the night drop box at City Hall or paid online. Payments will be processed and credited to accounts throughout the closure period. Cash payments will be accepted at the Cashier's Office at City Hall through Dec.  23 or when offices reopen on Jan. 2.

Residents may call 560-7505 to report damage or repairs needed for water or sewer main breaks, water meters, graffiti, streets and sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights, street signs or trees. Repair requests will be monitored and resolved in order of priority during the office closure.

During the closure, both Public Works and the Building & Safety Division will provide inspection services on Friday, Dec. 27. To contact Public Works Staff please call 564-5388. To schedule a Public Works Inspection contact Randy Ward at 564-5396. For building permit inspections please use the normal inspection request instructions as outlined in your building permit packet.

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