City of Goleta Broadcasting Design Review Board Meetings

Service Began December 16 Via City Website and Channel 19

Live broadcast of the City of Goleta Design Review Board meetings begun on December 16, 2010. Internet users everywhere are now able to watch Design Review Board, City Council and Planning Commission meetings live via the City of Goleta website. Users are also be able to watch replays of all or a portion of archived meetings at their convenience. Viewers can access the live and on-demand webcasts through a link on the City website.

Archived meetings will generally be available for on-demand viewing the day after the meeting takes place. Meetings will be archived and available for viewing for one year from the date of the meeting.

To access a live public meeting or a past (archived) video on the Internet:

1) Visit;

2) Click on “Agendas & Video” at the top center portion of the homepage;

3) To view a live broadcast, scroll down to “Upcoming Events” and select “Video” to the right of the current meeting date;

4) To view an archived meeting, scroll down to “Archived Videos” and select “Video” to the right of meeting date you would like to view.

Design Review Board meeting will be rebroadcast on Channel 19, Thursday and Sunday at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

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