The Kentia palm will grow to about 25-40' along the coast, but I have heard there is a large one in Santa Barbara. The specimen located on 41st Ave at the Pizza by the Slice parking lot is multi-stemmed, about 15' tall by 10-15 wide with beautiful drooping leaflets. This picture is after the recent cold snap (Dec 2013) of below freezing for several nights. Those are cycads in the front.
The evergreen pinnate leaves are long, 10 feet or so with a long smooth (no teeth) petiole that is flat on one side. Leaflets are pendulous, 2 plus feet long, darker green on the upper surface. I was noticing how beautiful it was just a week before taking these pictures.
I do like the trunk and the "netting" around the leaf bases. You can see how long the petioles are in this picture.
Maybe a king palm due to the foliage being large clean green and sort of droopy but there is not crown shaft on the kentia palm.
2180 41st Ave at Pizza my Heart
250 Oceanview Ave. Two of them, along with Butia capitata, and others.