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Goleta

Also known as the “Good Land.”

 
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At a Glance

 

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Evolving through various periods of agriculture, ranching, oil and gas production and military use, Goleta has become a center for high-tech firms, home to a sprawling University of California campus and the Santa Barbara International Airport, and a bedroom community for adjacent Santa Barbara.

 
 
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What to Expect


 

Visited by European explorers as early as the 16th century and previous site of one of the largest Native American villages inhabited by the Chumash people, Goleta is home to approximately 55 thousand residents occupying condominiums and modest single family homes in neighborhoods and a few gated communities.

 
 
 
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Amenities


The quiet town is known for supporting and promoting its schools, churches and community organizations, as well as for its family-friendly parks, restaurants and other amenities. For more information on Goleta, visit www.goletavalley.com.