Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Santa Barbara State of the City Luncheon April 20

The Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will host its annual State of the City luncheon on Thursday, April 20, from 11 AM to 1:30 PM at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort. 

This highly anticipated event will feature the Mayors of Goleta, Santa Barbara, and Carpinteria as guest speakers, providing an update on their respective cities and sharing their visions for the future.

The State of the City luncheon is an exceptional opportunity for attendees to hear from all three South Coast Mayors at once. The Chamber has assembled a distinguished panel of speakers, including City of Goleta Mayor Paula Perotte and City Manager Robert Nisbet; City of Carpinteria Mayor Al Clark and Assistant City Manager Michael Ramirez; and City of Santa Barbara Mayor Randy Rowse and City Administrator Rebecca Bjork.

Kristen Miller, the President and CEO of the Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce, expressed her excitement for the upcoming event, stating that “we believe it is essential for the business community to understand our region’s strategic focuses and hear directly from our elected officials about the issues that matter most to our local economy and community.”

The State of the City luncheon is widely regarded as one of the largest business events on the South Coast and is the premier event for Chamber members. In addition to the Mayors’ presentations, each city’s manager will join a panel discussion covering topics such as budget, public safety, economic development, infrastructure, homelessness, and housing. Attendees will have ample opportunities to network with business leaders and community members.

Interested parties can register for the event and learn more about the Santa Barbara South Coast Chamber of Commerce by visiting SBSCChamber.com.

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