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  • City Offices Closed For President’s Day

    On February 20, 2017, all City offices will be closed in observance of President’s Day. Ojai City Hall will resume normal hours Tuesday, February 21, 2017.More information »
  • Recreation Specialist I

    The City of Ojai seeks applicants for a part-time, temporary position (approximately 20 hours per week) in the Recreation Department. Salary range is $14.33 to $17.43 per hour, negotiable, with no benefits. Requires good customer service skills and computer/office experience; recreation experience is desired. Responsibilities include but not limited to facilitating programs and activities, and general office duties.  An enthusiastic attitude and flexibility is desired. Position may require some weekend hours.More information »
  • Ojai Cannabis Delivery and Dispensary Regulations Application

    On January 27, 2017, the city manager modified the medical cannabis delivery and dispensary regulations relating to the lottery and subsequent annual applications. Please see Revision No. 1 to the regulations for complete details on the modification. On Friday January 13, 2017, the City of Ojai released regulations and applications for medical cannabis dispensary or delivery services in the City. Pursuant to the regulations received, applicants have 30 days, or until Monday,More information »
  • Revision of FEMA Flood Maps and Start of FEMA Appeal Period

    FEMA recently released new preliminary flood maps affecting roughly 550 parcels in the City.  The city mailed 2 notifications to the affected properties/parcels within the city limits.  The first on September 30th and the second on October 6th.  An appeal period starts October 7, 2016 and ends January 4, 2017.  For more information please call 805-646-5581 ext 251 There are public meetings with FEMA, County and City on the 2 following dates: Wednesday,More information »
  • City Manager Appointed

    The Ojai City Council voted on September 27 to select interim city manager Steve McClary as Ojai’s permanent city manager.More information »
  • Mandatory Water Conservation Restrictions

    On August 20, 2015 the State Water Resources Control Board removed the Golden State Water Company – Ojai system from the list of Urban Water Suppliers. As a result, the assigned conservation standard of 36% has been lifted. Golden State Water Company (GSW) has adjusted the outdoor irrigation restrictions for its Ojai customers. In cooperation with the Stage 3 restrictions implemented by Casitas Municipal Water District, the wholesale provider for GSW, outdoor irrigation restrictions for Ojai customers will be adjusted effective Aug.More information »