Category Archives: City News

Electric Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Service Equipment Permitting Checklist Now Available

The checklist for permitting electric vehicles and electric vehicle service equipment (EVSE) is now available and may be found below. The check list may also be found by clicking here.

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New Recycling and Yard Waste Information From Harrison Industries Reminder

Please see the flyers below for new recycling and yard waste information from Harrison Industries. These flyers also contain contact information for roll-off’s and bin rentals (Harrison Industries), self haul trash and recyclables buy back (Gold Coast Recycling), and mulch and soil amendment (Agromin).

 

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Meiners Oaks Brush Fire Contained To Under An Acre.

The Ventura County Fire Department responded to a small vegetation fire this Monday afternoon in the Meiners Oaks area. The incident was reported just after 1 p.m. and took place near the intersection of South La Luna Avenue and West El Roblar Drive. Although the fire reached nearly an acre is size no structures were damaged or destroyed.

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City of Ojai Art Grant Applications Now Available

The City of Ojai Arts Commission is proud to announce that applications for the 2019 City of Ojai Art Grant Program are available as of July 16, 2018.

The program is designed to fund individual artists and non-profit organizations that produce or present the arts and/or cultural programs that primarily benefit the City and Ojai’s residents. The program has helped many organizations and individuals produce successful arts and cultural programs that otherwise might not have occurred due to lack of funding.

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Notice of Election

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a General Municipal Election will be held in the City of Ojai, California on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, for the following Officers and Measures:

For Mayor (Full term of (two) years)

For (3) Members of the City Council (Full term of four years)

Measures to be voted on:

Shall the voters repeal Measure A and return to five elected City Council members and a Mayor selected from among the five elected City Council members?

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