The City of Guadalupe is committed to the health and safety of it’s residents and businesses. In an effort to maximize available State and Federal resources, the City declared a State of Local Emergency on March 19, 2020.
By clicking the button below, you will be redirected to our COVID-19 information page which has a number of resources for information and assistance through these difficult times. Please note that the following public counters at City Hall will be closed and operations changed, but service will be available using the following information:
FIRE DEPARTMENT, 918 Obispo Street – (805) 356.3905
POLICE DEPARTMENT, 4490 10th Street – (805) 343-2112 (non-emergency)
ADMINISTRATION OFFICE (805) 356.3891 or email@example.com
HUMAN RESOURCES (805) 356.3893 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FINANCE (805) 356.3895 or email@example.com
The Utilities Department offers several options to pay your utility service bill.
BUILDING AND PLANNING (805) 356.3903 or firstname.lastname@example.org
PARKS & RECREATION – (805) 356.3894 or email@example.com
Please help the City of Guadalupe shape the future of its public transportation system. The City’s consultant will be giving a presentation on the development of the Short Range Transit Plan during the City Council meeting on August 11, which starts at 6 PM. The presentation will include service options to consider for the next five years. Your input is needed. Please click below for a copy of the presentation. You are welcome to speak or fill out a comment card at the City Council meeting, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to provide input or ask questions.
The City of Guadalupe wishes to maintain public services, including trash pickup and transit to its best ability during this unusual time. Information regarding these services is available under Notices on the right side of this page. Please feel free to contact Shannon Sweeney, Public Works Director, at (805) 356 – 3910, if you have any questions or concerns, or need more information. Thank you very much for your understanding.
Guadalupe is located in Santa Barbara County, on the Central California coast near the famous Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes. As of the census of 2010, there were 7,080 people residing in the city. The city was established in 1840 and incorporated on August 3, 1946. California’s Pacific Coast Highway, California Highway 1, runs right through the downtown of Guadalupe. Guadalupe is an attractive home for families, providing safe and affordable neighborhoods, excellent restaurants, good schools, and a friendly environment.
The City of Guadalupe was privileged to be featured in the popular TV series “California Gold”, starring Huell Howser. Chapman University has established an online archive of all the episodes in the series, including the one featuring the City. You can view the episode here.
We hope you will visit us soon!
NEXT GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 2020
City of Guadalupe voters will vote for:
(1) one Mayor – Full Term of 2 Years
(2) Two members of the City Council – Full Term of 4 Years
(1) City Clerk – Full Term of 4 Years
The nomination period for these offices begins on Monday, July 13, 2020 through Friday, August 7, 2020. Between those dates, candidates must obtain and file nomination papers in the Office of the City Clerk of the City of Guadalupe. If nomination documents for an incumbent officer of the City are not filed by Friday, August 7, 2020, non-incumbents have a five (5) day extension period in which to file nomination documents and candidates’ statement pursuant to Election Code 10407.
If you would like additional information or are interested in running for election, please contact the Administrative Assistant at 805.356.3891.
GUADALUPE ART GALA 2020
The City of Guadalupe is home to the Juda Baca Guadalupe Murals Project. Developed around 1990, with funding support from the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission, the Guadalupe Murals Project was intended to remind citizens of the rich history of the city of Guadalupe. The murals were originally installed at City Hall but were removed to prevent increasing exposure to the elements. Now the murals are again on public display at City Hall. For more information on these beautiful murals, and to view the murals, please click here.
Informational Budget and Community Priorities
New Service Available to the Guadalupe Community
Bill Pay Online
Click on the Bill pay banner to access the online bill pay service for the City of Guadalupe.
Warning – DOXO.com
There is an online bill pay website that appears to be affiliated with the City of Guadalupe, but that is not the case. There is a third party website, doxo.com that allows people to pay their water/sewer bill via the doxo.com website. However, doxo.com may charge the member extra fees, and the City of Guadalupe cannot control when we will receive the member payments, possibly resulting in a late payment from the resident or even a disconnection due to non-payment. To make sure you are paying the City of Guadalupe directly, visit our website at ci.guadalupe.ca.us and click on the “Utility Bill Pay” portal. The City of Guadalupe is not responsible for any late payment penalties or disconnections if payment is made using doxo.com and payments are received by the City of Guadalupe after the due date. As always, if you receive suspicious phone calls or emails from someone claiming to be a representative of the City of Guadalupe requesting payment, please contact our office as soon as possible.
Non-Emergency Local Notification
Get information on Community events, road work, and more. The city of Guadalupe is proud to make available this new service to all City residents. Just click on the local news banner to sign up for the Non-Emergency local alerts.
Click on the Aware & Prepare banner to sign up for emergency notification. This service is provided through the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office.
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