Founded in 1882, the western township of Santa Ynez is situated just one mile from the historic San Marcos Pass stagecoach route over the Santa Ynez Mountains between Santa Barbara and Los Olivos. Just as in 1882, the town provides services to the surrounding ranches and farms, as well as to visitors of the region. The town’s turn-of-the-20th-century western false-front architecture boasts a surprising variety of shops, services, restaurants, and accommodations, benefiting both residents and visitors alike.
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September 2017 Newsletter
The Santa Ynez Chamber has a New Look!
Thanks to Claudia Miro and the Inspired Brand, the Santa Ynez Chamber has an updated website and a new Newsletter template. Explore our new look HERE.
The next mixer will be on Thursday, September 21st, 5:30 -7:30 p.m. at Carmichael Training Systems…
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Charlotte’s Vintage Silver & Western Treasures
We are also thrilled to announce our newest member – Charlotte’s – located at 3551 Sagunto Street and specializing in vintage Native American jewelry and western tack as well as art and other western treasures. Stop in and see owner Charlotte Beccerra today!