Category Archives: City News

City of Ojai Libbey Bowl Fee Waiver Applications Now Available

The 2020 City of  Ojai Libbey Bowl fee waiver applications are now available. Those who wish to obtain an application, may do so by clicking here, to view the guidelines please click here

Completed application and all requested supporting materials must be received at Ojai City Hall by October 25, 2019. Applications may be mailed or submitted to: City of Ojai, 401 S. Ventura Street.

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Reminder: City of Ojai to Host Clean Air Day Event on Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Today, October 3, 2019 marks California Clear air day, the City of Ojai has taken the pledge to do its part and help clean California’s air. Recently, the City has began using battery electric landscaping equipment and encourages resident to participate as well.

In addition, the City will be hosting a Clean Air Day event on Wednesday October 2 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Libbey Park, 210 S. Signal Street. Residents are invited to attend the free event,

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State Route 33 (SR-33) to be Temporarily Closed On October 1 and October 2, 2019

State Route 33 will be temporarily closed on Tuesday, October 1 and Wednesday October 2. Motorists are advised to plan accordingly. Real-time highway and freeway traffic information is available online at the Caltrans Quickmap at quickmap.dot.ca.gov. 

Additional information about this closure may be found below.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 26, 2019

The California Highway Patrol (CHP), the Ventura Police Department, and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans),

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City of Ojai to Host Clean Air Day Event on Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 marks California Clear air day, the City of Ojai has taken the pledge to do its part and help clean California’s air. Recently, the City has began using battery electric landscaping equipment and encourages resident to participate as well.

In addition, the City will be hosting a Clean Air Day event on Wednesday October 2 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Libbey Park, 210 S. Signal Street. Residents are invited to attend the free event,

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City Creates Ad-Hoc Committee to Develop Recommendations on City Approach to Climate Emergency Mobilization Issues

At the September 10, 2019, City Council meeting, the City Council discussed the formation of a Climate Emergency Mobilization Committee. The City Council ultimately created an ad-hoc study committee, comprised of five public members with knowledge and expertise in climate emergency mobilization issues and sustainability issues, each appointed by a City Council member.

The following members have been appointed:

  • Steve Colome (appointed by Mayor Johnston)
  • Michelle Ellison (appointed by Mayor Pro Tem Francina)
  • Jim Selman (appointed by Councilmember Haney)
  • Phil White (appointed by Councilmember Weirick)
  • Brian Holly (appointed by Councilmember Blatz)

Committee meetings will be open to the public,

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