Northbound Freeway 101
Sunday nights from 9 p.m. – 7 a.m. the freeway will probably be one lane from Bailard Ave. to Sheffield Dr. with on- and off-ramps at Bailard Ave., Casitas Move Rd., Linden Ave., Santa Monica Rd. and N. Padaro Ln.
Monday – Thursday nights from 8 p.m. – 7 a.m. the freeway will probably be one lane from Bailard Ave. to Sheffield Dr. with on- and off-ramps at Bailard Ave., Casitas Move Rd., Linden Ave., Santa Monica Rd. and N. Padaro Ln.
The northbound on-ramp at Ortega Hill Rd. will probably be closed for as much as eight months and is anticipated to reopen Feb 14. Within the meantime drivers can use the on-ramp at Sheffield Dr.
The off-ramp at Sheffield Dr. will probably be closed for as much as six months and is anticipated to reopen Oct. 3. Till then drivers can use the off-ramp at San Ysidro Rd.
Southbound Freeway 101
Sunday nights from 10 p.m. – 7 a.m. the freeway will probably be one lane from Sheffield Dr. to Bailard Ave. with on- and off-ramps at Carpinteria Ave., Reynolds Ave., Linden Ave., Casitas Move Rd. and Bailard Ave.
Monday – Thursday nights from 8 p.m. – 7:30 a.m. the freeway will probably be one lane from Sheffield Dr. to Bailard Ave. with on- and off-ramps at Carpinteria Ave., Reynolds Ave., Linden Ave., Casitas Move Rd., and Bailard Ave.
The off-ramp at Evans Ave. will probably be closed for as much as 9 months and is anticipated to reopen Oct 24. Till then, drivers can use the southbound off-ramp at Sheffield Dr.
The off-ramp at S. Padaro Ln./Santa Claus Ln. will probably be closed for as much as seven months and is anticipated to reopen Oct. 19. Till then, drivers can use the off-ramp at Carpinteria Ave. to Santa Ynez Ave., Through Actual, and S. Padaro Ln.
N. Jameson Ln. by Sheffield Dr.
From 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., flaggers will direct visitors on N. Jameson Ln. by the northbound on-ramp at Sheffield Dr. to permit crews to take away momentary security obstacles and fencing. Drivers are requested to be conscious of sharing the lane with bicyclists throughout this time.
On S. Padaro Ln. below Freeway 101 from 9 p.m. – 6 a.m., flaggers will direct visitors as wanted throughout bridge work. Vans over 40′ will be unable to show proper onto S. Padaro Ln. from Santa Claus Ln. throughout this stage of bridge development.
Prescribed burn coaching at VSFB scheduled
The Vandenberg SFB Fireplace Division is scheduled to conduct a prescribed burn for coaching functions this summer time. This coaching burn will happen close to Watt Highway, with a burn window of August 1 by September 2. Roughly 100 acres of grassland will probably be burned over a number of days throughout the burn window. Burning will happen between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on permissive burn days. Further public notification will probably be supplied earlier than burning begins.
Santa Barbara County Air Air pollution Management District (APCD) employees have reviewed the Smoke Administration Plans for these burns and supplied circumstances to reduce smoke impacts in Santa Barbara County. The burns will probably be performed when the meteorological circumstances are extremely favorable to direct smoke away from inhabitants facilities.
Prescribed burns are deliberate and coordinated by Santa Barbara County APCD, San Luis Obispo County APCD, San Joaquin Valley APCD, Ventura County APCD, and California Air Sources Board to reduce air high quality impacts on surrounding communities. The burns rely on climate and air high quality circumstances which can be favorable to smoke dispersion. If the circumstances are usually not as desired, the burns will probably be rescheduled.
Attributable to altering winds and climate circumstances, it’s tough to foretell which areas of the county, if any, could also be most affected by smoke from the burns. When residents scent or see smoke, they’re suggested to keep away from strenuous out of doors exercise and stay indoors as a lot as attainable. These precautions are particularly necessary to youngsters, older adults and people with coronary heart and lung circumstances. These delicate to smoke are suggested to contemplate quickly relocating and shutting all doorways and home windows on the day of the burn. Signs of smoke publicity can embrace coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath or problem respiration, chest tightness or ache, nausea and weird fatigue or lightheadedness. Please use warning whereas driving close to prescribed fireplace operations.
To view prescribed burns all through the state, go to the Prescribed Fireplace Data Reporting System (PFIRS) web site: https://ssl.arb.ca.gov/pfirs/.
Anapamu Avenue Stabbing
On Friday at roughly 9 p.m., the Santa Barbara Police Division Mixed Communications Heart acquired quite a few 9-1-1 calls a couple of stabbing within the 100 Block of West Anapamu Avenue.
A number of officers responded to the scene and situated a single grownup male stabbing sufferer close to Anapamu Avenue and State Avenue. Based mostly on witness statements, it’s possible that some kind of altercation occurred between the sufferer and the suspect(s) previous to the stabbing. The suspect(s) had been final seen fleeing on foot fleeing in direction of Chapala Avenue previous to police arrival.
Group members rendered the sufferer assist till police and paramedics arrived on the scene. As soon as on scene, officers utilized a tourniquet to the sufferer to cease bleeding from an appendage. The stabbing sufferer was transported to Cottage Hospital by paramedics for therapy and is believed to be in steady situation.
The suspect(s) are nonetheless excellent, and the police division is actively investigating this case. Based mostly on the preliminary investigation, this incident doesn’t seem like associated to the earlier taking pictures incident at Bohnett Park or the stabbing that occurred earlier within the week.
Deadly Site visitors Collision
On Saturday at roughly 1:49 a.m., Lompoc Police Division Officers had been dispatched to a automobile vs. pedestrian visitors collision within the 600 block of West Ocean Ave. When officers arrived, they situated a 48-year-old feminine on the roadway the place it appeared she had been struck by a automobile. She was transported to an space hospital, the place she succumbed to her accidents. The suspected driver of the automobile that struck the sufferer was situated close by and was discovered to be DUI and brought into custody. That is an on-going investigation. Anybody with info is requested to name the Lompoc Police Division at (805) 736-2341. The sufferer’s title is being withheld pending notification to subsequent of kin.
– Katherine Zehnder