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City of Ojai Releases Request for Qualifications for Water Resources Coordinator

1-18-19: The City of Ojai has released a request for qualifications for a Water Resources Coordinator. The City is taking steps to address and analyze concerns of water supply and quality brought about by ongoing drought, coupled with climate change and a shifting regulatory framework on water, in order to ensure that its residents and businesses have a supply that is sufficient, economically viable, and environmentally sustainable. The City of Ojai is a part of the larger,

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City Hall Closed on Monday, January 21, 2019 in Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

City Hall will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2019, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. City Hall will reopen on Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at 8 a.m.

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Invasive Shot-Hole Borers and Fusarium Dieback: A Devastating Threat To California Trees

Two exotic, invasive beetles are causing increasingly extensive damage to Southern California’s urban trees, native and riparian forests, and avocado groves. Thousands of severely affected trees have died or been removed in both natural and landscaped areas.

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Información Sobre la Tormenta Cortesía de VCEmergency- 16 de enero de 2019

Acutalizado 1/16/19 10:00 am Resumen del clima

Una serie de tormentas impactará al Condado de Ventura desde este momento hasta media noche. La intensidad de la lluvia se pronostica entre 0.50”/hora – 1.25”/hora de 3:00 PM a 9:00 PM.

Esta intensidad puede causar un flujo de escombros y de inundaciones en las áreas afectadas por recientes incendios (Woolsey/Hill/Thomas). Además, se espera deslaves de piedras en las zonas de cañones en las afueras de las áreas quemadas.

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Storm Information Courtesy of VCEmergency- Jan. 16, 2019

A series of winter storms is expected to impact Ventura County through midnight tonight. Rainfall intensities are forecast to range between 0.5″/hour – 1.25″/hour between 3:00PM and 9:00PM. These rainfall intensities may cause significant debris flows and flooding in the recent burn areas (Woolsey/Hill/Thomas Burn Scars). In addition, some rockslides can be expected along canyon roadways outside the burn areas. Rain totals for this storm are anticipated to range from 1”- 4” along the coast to more than 6” in the mountains North of Ojai. 

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