Category Archives: City News

Community Beautification Day at Nordhoff High School on Saturday 3/24/18

All residents of the City of Ojai are invited to participate in the Residential Community Beautification Day on Saturday, March 24, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Nordhoff High School (1401 Maricopa Highway). This event is intended for residential (not business) waste. Materials accepted include most appliances, bulky items, green waste, and metal. Household hazardous waste, tires, green waste from professional landscapers and fire debris are not accepted. The City has partnered with the County of Ventura and Harrison Industries,

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City Hall Closed for Presidents Day (February 19)

City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 19, 2018, in observance of President’s Day. City Hall will reopen on Tuesday, February 20.

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FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to close February 28 (english and espanol)

VENTURA, Calif. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has announced that it will close its Disaster Recovery Center in Ventura at the end of the month. The last day of operations will be Wednesday, February 28.

 

The center has served more than 1,000 victims of the Thomas Fire since it opened on Jan. 19, but the number of clients visiting the center has recently fallen significantly.

 

The deadline for residents affected by the Thomas Fire to apply for Individual Assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency is March 16,

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Tips for Survivors of a Disaster

Ventura County Behavioral Health Department has created a Thomas Fire Resources page, that includes tips for survivors of a disaster. More information is available at: http://www.wellnesseveryday.org/coping-with-tragic-events

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Ventura County Sherriff’s Office of Emergency Services Sends Flood and Debris Flow Threat Information, and Plans Informational Meeting On February 17

The Thomas fire started on December 4, 2017 and burned approximately 281,893 acres across Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. Post-fire soil conditions in areas adjacent to mountains and hills are well known for their ability to produce rock and debris flows. These rock and debris flow form rapidly, and the outcome is often devastating during high-intensity rainfall. Additionally, areas that are not typically prone to flooding may
now be at new risk due to higher than usual flows in nearby streams and creeks.

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