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  • The Stay Well VC Health Order has been modified

    This new order went in to effect at midnight May 29 and is set to expire on June 14.  This new order can be found at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oL0lh83rct5qRE9cj0cddHeX7U6hjH7y/view?usp=sharing This order includes the reopening of placed of worship following the state guidance. This order does not open up other whole industry sectors at this time. However, it allows us to stay in alignment with the state unless our local Public Health Officer chooses to be more restrictive for certain things.  More information »
  • IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR REOPENING BUSINESSES

    As businesses begin to reopen in coming days, the City of Ojai would like to provide the following information to ensure appropriate health and safety measures are being considered: 1)            The City of Ojai has issued Executive Order 20-05, which allows restaurants to expand their outdoor seating to promote social distancing. If you are a business and are interested in expanding your outdoor seating, please contact the City’s Community Development Department,More information »
  • County of Ventura Board of Supervisors Approves $20 Million Economic Stabilization and Recovery Programs

    Programs Aim to Provide Relief to Ventura County Businesses and Families The County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously for County staff to finalize a $20 million Economic Stabilization and Recovery Program aimed at providing relief to Ventura County businesses and families by utilizing funding from the Federal Coronavirus Relief Fund. The programs aim to provide funding to those struggling from the impacts of COVID-19. “The pandemic has created both a health and economic crisis.More information »
  • Clean Power Alliance Dedicates $1 Million in COVID-19-Related Customer Relief

    Impacted Residential and Small Business Customers Who Sign Up for Financial Assistance and Payment Plans Will Get Automatic Bill Credits In response to its customers facing financial challenges due to COVID-19, Clean Power Alliance is creating a $1 million program to provide automatic bill credits for those in need. On May 7th, Clean Power Alliance’s Board of Directors approved the $1 million bill assistance program for its COVID-19 impacted residential and small business customers who sign up for payment plans or state financial assistance programs through Southern California Edison (SCE). More information »
  • Ventura County Library System Prepares to Implement Curbside Services.

    DATE:           05/27/2020 SUBJECT:      California issues guidance to open curbside service at libraries CONTACT:    Nancy Schram, Ventura County Library Director, (805) 256-8535Dana Vinke, Deputy Director, (805) 212-9558 Ventura County Library system is preparing to implement curbside services.   State guidelines for retail curbside pick-up were modified last week to allow libraries to provide curbside pick-up of materials, and libraries across the county have begun to reopen these limited services.More information »
  • A Message from the Ventura County Covid Compliance Team

    Many local businesses are now allowed to reopen as Ventura County continues to meet the State criteria for Covid-19 response. There have been many inquiries regarding what workplace types are able to reopen, and what safety measures need to be in place to protect employees and customers as they do so. We encourage you to visit  www.vcreopens.com to access information on what workplace types are able to register and reopen or expand services at this time.More information »
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