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Another South Coast community closes city hall, other facilities as a result of COVID-19 surge

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City of Goleta
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Goleta's City Hall is closed to public access as of January 7, but services are available by phone and online during business hours.

Goleta the latest community to limit in-person services as health precaution.

Another South Coast city has announced plans to limit in-person services because of the latest COVID-19 surge.

The City of Goleta closed its city hall to the public as of Friday. People can still reach city departments, and services by phone or online during business hours.

The Goleta Library system will close its doors to the public starting on Tuesday. It will offer sidewalk pickup service for materials at the Goleta, Solvang, and Buellton libraries.

The libraries will offer the services from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.

The cities of Oxnard and Ventura, as well as Ventura County were among the first government agencies in the region to bring back limitations on in-person services as health safety precautions.