Category Archives: City News

City Launches Webinar Platform that will allow Residents to call in for Public Comment during the July 14, 2020 City Council Meeting

Due to the recent surge in coronavirus cases throughout the state, the Ojai City Council meeting on July 14 will be held via Zoom. The City of Ojai is launching a “webinar” platform that will allow residents to call in for public comment. Written public comments will also be accepted. Instructions to log in to the meeting will be provided prior to the meeting on the agenda and at Ojaicity.org.
 

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Reminder: Complete the 2020 Census Today.

By now, you’ve probably seen several messages encouraging you to fill out your Census. According to the latest self-response data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 7/7/20, 61.2% of Ojai residents have completed their Census forms, let’s keep going!

If you have already taken the Census, thank you! Now we challenge you to reach out to your friends and family members and encourage them to fill out their Census forms. It only takes a few minutes to complete and will help ensure our community gets its share of political representation and receive federal funds for vital services,

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City Hall Continues to Provide Online and Telephone Services, Appointments Available with Protective Measures if Needed

The City of Ojai continues to provide online and telephone services. The City encourages residents and businesses to use online and telephone services if possible. Limited appointments will be made if needed, but protective measures will be required. We ask that visitors please adhere to social distancing guidelines and wear a face-covering during their visit to City Hall. To accommodate the public, additional protective measures have been taken, such as the installation of plexiglass barriers in frequent visited areas,

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City Hall Closed For Cleaning, Available Via Email and Phone on July 7, 2020

City Hall will be closed on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 for cleaning and disinfecting. An employee notified their supervisor that they had recently come into contact with a person who had symptoms and is being tested for COVID-19. The employee has not tested positive or exhibited any symptoms. We are closing for cleaning out of an abundance of caution.

City staff is working remotely, and able to provide service via email and phone.

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City Hall will be Closed on Friday, July 3, 2020 in Observance of Independence Day

In observance of Independence Day, City Hall and all City offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020.

To report the use of illegal fireworks in Ojai, please call the Ojai Police Station Non-Emergency Line at (805) 654-9511.

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