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The offices for the Water Resources Division and Resource Recovery and Waste Management Division, both in the Naomi Schwartz Building, were recently certified by the Green Business Program of Santa Barbara County. This certification recognizes their efforts to save resources and reduce operating costs.

The County released its first progress report documenting successes and challenges in implementing the County's Energy and Climate Action Plan (ECAP). 

Cave Fire Watershed Map

Garrapata Creek - Letter of Map Revision (LOMR)

Updated FIRM panels effective September 28, 2018

Post 1/9/2018 Debris Flow Recovery Maps (pdf)

California Geologic Survey Flow Depths & Debris Field Map - 1/9/2018 Debris Flow - Post 1/9/2018 Debris Flow Interactive Maps

THOMAS FIRE Resources for Flood & Erosion Prevention and Response

Randall Road Debris Basin Information

There is typically a 30 day wait period between when you buy a flood insurance policy and when it goes into effect, but there are some exceptions:

Get more information on the FEMA National Flood Insurance Program

County-Wide Integrated Stormwater Resource Plan

2020-2021 Benefit Assessment Report

Annual Progress Report of the Santa Barbara County Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan

How to find rainfall information (video)

Lake Cachuma Time Lapse Video

Flood Preparedness Resources

Sandbag Information

Burn Areas Face Greater Flood Risk - FEMA News Release

FEMA Flood Zone Look-up

Frequently Asked Questions

California Water Conservation Emergency FAQs

Historic Aerial Photos

Digital Topography

Integrated Regional Water Management Program