Category Archives: City News

Cultural Resources Protection Resolution Available for Review

The Cultural Resources Protection resolution is available for review in advance of the April 10, 2018, City Council meeting. The document, and changes, can be reviewed below:


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Supervisor Bennet’s Office Organizing a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program Training for the Ojai Valley

In this era of ever-increasing natural disasters and on the heels of the Thomas Fire, Supervisor Steve Bennett in partnership with Ventura County Fire is pleased to announce a series of disaster preparedness classes for the Ojai Valley.

The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program educates volunteers about disaster preparedness for the hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue,

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New Recycling and Yard Waste Information From Harrison Industries

Please see the flyers below for new recycling and yard waste information from Harrison Industries. These flyers also contain contact information for roll-off’s and bin rentals (Harrison Industries), self haul trash and recyclables buy back (Gold Coast Recycling), and mulch and soil amendment (Agromin).

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Spectrum Outage Effecting City Livestream

The City is currently experiencing intermittent outages of its high-speed network connection. Spectrum is trouble-shooting. However, the City’s livestream of the government access channel will likely be down until resolved. The government access channel is still available to view on Channel 10 (on Spectrum), and tonight’s Planning Commission meeting will be recorded and available to view on Thursday morning.

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Pet Sterilization & Microchipping Q & A’s- Ordinance Takes Effect on February 13, 2019.

On February 13, 2018, the City adopted an ordinance that takes effect on February 13, 2019, requiring pet owners to have pets sterilized and microchipped as a means of promoting the public health, safety and welfare of both humans and pets in the city.
Pet owners have a one-year grace period to comply with the
ordinance. Please see the flyer below.

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