Internet Resources - Santa Cruz City
- Santa Cruz Sentinel Archives (NewsBank)
Archive covers August 14, 1999 to current. Find full-text articles on local news, issues, events, people and much more from current and archived issues of Santa Cruz Sentinel. Updated daily, it includes obituaries, editorials, announcements, sports, real estate and other sections.
Browse related subjects: Archives, California, Indexes, Local History, News, Newspaper Articles, Santa Cruz City, Santa Cruz County
- City of Santa Cruz Municipal Code
Arranged by titles. Keyword searchable
Browse related subjects: Government, Law, Santa Cruz City
- Homeless Services Center
The Homeless Services Center is dedicated to the coordinated provision of services for homeless persons. The goal of the Homeless Services Center is to provide both emercency and transitional services to homeless individuals and families that will enable our clients to achieve self sufficiency. Our programs include the Rebele Family Shelter, the Paul Lee Loft, the Page Smith Community House and the Day Center.
Browse related subjects: Charities, Santa Cruz City, Volunteering
- Santa Cruz Wiki
A wiki devoted to anything and everything Santa Cruz. Users can contribute, edit, change, or add information relevant to Santa Cruz, both the city and county. It includes an events bulletin board, information about local artists and art galleries, restaurants, housing, local organizations, and much more.
Browse related subjects: Art, Colleges and Universities, Concerts, Education, Food, Government, Jobs, Local History, Movies, Music, People, Performing Arts, Recreation, Santa Cruz City, Santa Cruz County, Trivia
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