Supervisor Wolf is committed to serving her constituents in the Second District by:


  • Responding to constituent concerns
  • Cultivating a healthy and sustainable County of Santa Barbara
  • Protecting the diversity and vitality of our neighborhoods
  • Supporting public safety and disaster planning
  • Encouraging environmental awareness and enhancing our agricultural resources
  • Fostering regional cooperation and collaboration
  • Enhancing educational, recreational and creative opportunities for youth; and addressing the needs of the most vulnerable members of the community


Constituent Services


  • Respond to constituent concerns quickly and efficiently.
  • Continue, and advance, relationships and partnerships with neighborhood and community associations.
  • Continue to hold meetings with neighborhood, senior citizen, environmental, agricultural, educational and social justice groups on issues of importance in the Second District and throughout the County.
  • Encourage community participation in public meetings.
  • Met frequently with individual constituents on emerging issues.
  • Appoint new members to Boards and Commissions with an emphasis on expertise and diversity.
  • Publish E-Newsletter to communicate with Second District constituents on issues of concern inviting participation and response.
  • Update website to provide important Second District information to constituents.


2015-2016 Accomplishments

  • Maintained relationships and awareness of issues with the neighboring cities of Santa Barbara, Goleta, community members, mobile home owners, and HOAs in the unincorporated communities.
  • Published e-Newsletter to communicate with Second District constituents on issues of concern inviting participation and response.
  • Updated website and Facebook page to provide important Second District information to constituents.
  • Appointed new members to Boards and Commissions with an emphasis on expertise and diversity.
  • Conducted frequent visits to elementary, junior, and senior high schools in the Second District to speak to classes, youth groups, and at special functions.
  • Continued to host ongoing "Second District Student Art Gallery" in the Second District office.
  • Served on several Boards and Commissions, including:
    • Air Pollution Control District (APCD)
    • Beach Erosion Authority for Clean Oceans and Nourishment (BEACON), Chair
    • California State Association of Counties (CSAC)
    • CenCal Health
    • Community Corrections Partnership
    • County/City South Coast Gang Task Force, Co-chair
    • Juvenile Justice Coordination Council
    • Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO)
    • National Association of Counties (NACO)
    • NACO Health Steering Committee
    • Santa Barbara County Board of Retirement
    • Santa Barbara County Association of Governments (SBCAG), Chair
    • South Coast Sub-regional Committee for SBCAG 
  • As a member of the SB County Retirement Board, attended meetings dealing with sound investment strategies, governance and policy matters.
  • Participated as a panelist at a legislative summit hosted by the Goleta Chamber of Commerce.
  • Remained engaged in issues regarding maternal mental health, child safety, community well-being, and the Affordable Care Act.
  • Supported water conservation efforts to help mitigate the impacts of the current drought.
  • Worked with Parks to improve and enhance pocket parks, which will implement water saving measures in addition to other improvements.
  • Remained engaged with issues pertaining to Goleta Beach County Park and the permitting process with the California Coastal Commission.
  • Worked collaboratively with Public Works to: o Repair sidewalks and streets and replace trees on several streets throughout the Second District. o Enhance the medians on Hollister Avenue. o Continue to prioritize safe routes to school and pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
  • Continued to support efforts of Public Health Department and Animal Services to implement recommendations from the American Humane Association evaluation to encourage more animal adoptions and reduce euthanasia.
  • Remained engaged with issues pertaining to AB109 and realignment, and initiated effort to secure a five-year independent evaluation of the County's Realignment Plan.
  • As Chair of the Board of Supervisors, monitored response to Plains Oil Spill to insure that County agencies and community were duly represented.
  • As Chair of the Board, welcomed public safety officials to the EOC in preparation of initial "after action" report on response to Plains Oil Spill.
  • Convened a meeting with San Luis Obispo and Ventura County Supervisors and staff to review progress of Community Choice Energy [CCE] program.


2016-2018 Objectives


  • Monitor the Coastal Commission's review of the Goleta Beach Park permit.
  • Continue to maintain a Second District office that is responsive to and respectful of all constituents.
  • Continue to monitor the progress of the Goleta Valley Community Plan environmental review processes.
  • Remain engaged and insure stakeholder engagement in the ongoing progress of implementation of the San Marcos Foothills Park Management Plan.
  • Monitor progress on the State St. /Hollister Ave Corridor Improvement Plan.
  • Monitor implementation of Eastern Goleta Valley Community Plan policies and programs.
  • Meet and encourage partnerships with, and among, individuals and organizations (public, private and educational) committed to expanding and enhancing recreational, cultural and educational opportunities for youth and adolescents.
  • As the Board's liaison to the Community Corrections Partnership, remain engaged in the progress and challenges posed by AB 109/Realignment, and advocate for adequate funding for needed resources.
  • Continue to advocate for the rights of our County's most vulnerable constituents.
  • Continue to work closely with Public Health officials and staff on issues concerning tobacco use, Affordable Care Act implementation, and improved conditions and adoptions in animal services.
  • Work with local business partners to enhance and develop business opportunities on the South Coast.
  • Continue to ensure that environmental protections are in place within the County.
  • Monitor ongoing compliance with Phases III and IV of the Plains Oil Spill at Refugio Beach recovery and response.