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  • 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 »
  • City of Ojai Reminds Residents to Remove All Vegetation Fire Hazards by June 1, 2020

    (05/22/20) The City of Ojai would like to remind property owners to remove all vegetation fire hazards by June 1, 2020. Notably, property owners are advised to remove weeds, stubble, brush, dry grass, dry leaves, tumble weeds, rubbish, litter or other flammable materials from their property. Poorly maintained vegetation is a natural, volatile fuel for fast- spreading wildfires. The City of Ojai and the Fire Department do not recommend indiscriminate clearing of native chaparral and other vegetation.More information »
  • City of Ojai COVID-19 Update for May 21, 2020

    Last night, the County of Ventura received approval from the California Department of Public Health to move forward on an accelerated Stage 2 path to reopening. Ventura County is the first County in Southern California to receive this approval, and is also the largest County to receive approval. This means that dine-in restaurants and in-store retail can open as soon as they register at vcreopens.com. Guidance, checklists, and prevention plans are available at vcreopens.com as well.More information »
  • County of Ventura Approved by State for Accelerated Path to Reopening

    Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura is the first and largest Southern California County to receive approval from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) to move forward on an accelerated Stage 2 path to reopening. With this approval, Ventura County restaurants can now offer dine-in options and all retail businesses with exterior facing entrances are permitted to have customers inside of their stores. “So happy for our County, businesses and employees.More information »
  • Ojai City Hall is Just a Text Away

    The City of Ojai has announced a new text messaging system that allows residents to sign up for alerts from the City, or to text issues to the City. Residents can sign up for occasional updates by texting the keyword “OJAICA1” to 91896 from their cell phone. After the initial keyword is sent, residents will be asked to confirm that they are “opting in.” The City has been providing COVID-19 updates via this text system in recent weeks.More information »
  • PUNCH BOWLS TRAIL CLOSURE

    The US Forest Service has announced that they will close the Punch Bowls/Santa Paula Canyon trail for two weeks starting on Saturday, May 23. The trail is located along State Highway 150 north of the City of Santa Paula. Parking areas near the trail will be closed or restricted and citations may be issued. Illegally parked vehicles will be subject to tow.More information »
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