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Welcome!

My name is Meagan and I am running to continue in my position as the District 6 representative to the Santa Barbara City Council. Appointed in February, 2019, to represent the downtown and west downtown areas, I am proud of the work we’ve done over the last few months to stand with our neighbors, and I look forward to continuing to fight for working families like yours and mine through Election Day and beyond.

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Priority Issues

housing and homelessness

Housing

Developing thoughtful solutions to the housing crisis is the most important job of our local leaders and I am committed to pushing forward policy that is sensitive to the unique needs – social...
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Downtown Revitalization

The importance of downtown revitalization efforts to District 6 and to Santa Barbara cannot be understated. By encouraging growth downtown (through streamlined permitting, creative use...
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COVID-19 Recovery

As we move past the public health crisis and into the long-term recovery portion of this disaster, there is so much more to do. Helping people get back on their feet, supporting local business, growing stable job...
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News

Meagan Harmon Appointed to California Coastal Commission

Meagan Harmon Appointed to California Coastal Commission

May 4, 2021
Santa Barbara City Councilmember Meagan Harmon was just appointed to the California Coastal Commission, beating out Santa Barbara County Supervisor Das Williams, who had also been seeking the politically prestigious appointment...
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Santa Barbara councilwoman is top pick for Coastal Commission Seat

Santa Barbara councilwoman is top pick for Coastal Commission Seat

March 19, 2021
Elected officials in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura counties have asked Gov. Gavin Newsom to appoint Santa Barbara City Councilwoman Meagan Harmon to represent the…
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Santa Barbara Council Makes Big Moves to Plan State Street’s Future

Santa Barbara Council Makes Big Moves to Plan State Street’s Future

March 10, 2021
Intoxicated by an urgent sense of transformational possibility — or perhaps delusions of grandeur — the Santa Barbara City Council voted unanimously to create a new 17-member advisory committee...
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