Category Archives: City News

City Council Approves 2017 Street Paving Plan 

On April 25th, the Council approved a street list for this year’s $1.4M paving project, with a proposed list for 2019 $1.9M paving project as well (contingent on potential budget).  The 2019 list is focused on paving many of the neglected dead end and very low volume streets.

 

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City of Ojai Releases Cultural Resources RFP

The City of Ojai is issuing a Request For Proposals (RFP) for a Cultural Resources White Paper and Policy, to include ordinances, resolutions, and/or other policies for Council consideration, with an implementation plan. Proposals are due at or before 5:00 p.m. on May 17, 2017. Questions may be directed to James Vega, Assistant to the City Manager, at (805)646-5581, ext. 102, or via email at vega@ojaicity.org.

 

The full RFP can be accessed via this link.

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Residential Community Beautification Day

City of Ojai Residential Community Beautification Day
Earth Day – Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 am, 1:00 p,m,
Nordhoff High School 11401 Maricopa Highway

 

Materials Accepted:

Appliances: Stoves, microwaves, waterheaters, toasters, and other small appliances.
(Refrigerators and air conditioning units are not accepted)

Bulky Items: Oversized toys, couches, mattresses, and
furniture.

Green Waste: Brush, grass clippings, tree trimmings,

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Upcoming Events for the Ventura County General Plan Update

Spring 2017 – Planning Commission Work Session # 2

This Spring 2017, the Planning Division will facilitate a Planning Commission work session which will include a presentation of the Draft Background Report, summarize key report findings and share public and Focus Groups input on the contents of the report. Division staff will also present the Assets, Issues and Opportunities Summary which describes outreach activities conducted between April and September 2016, highlighting what people like most about the county,

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Waste Tires Recycled Through Street Paving Project

A total of 11,803 passenger car tires were recycled as rubberized asphalt for the City’s Road Rehabilitation Project completed in December of 2015. Various City streets throughout the City benefited from this project. The project was funded by a grant from the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The grant program promotes markets and recycled-content surfacing products derived from waste tires generated in California and decrease the environmental impacts created by unlawful disposal and stockpiling of waste tires.

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