Category Archives: City News

April 23 City of Ojai COVID-19 Video Update

City of Ojai COVID-19 Update for April 23, 2020

A video version of this update is available at https://youtu.be/lKmfC_7TPGI

We wanted to provide an update specifically regarding the County’s updated Public Health Order. As you may know, an order was released on April 18, with a revised order on April 20. We wanted to address some of the questions we received.

Here are some of the questions we’ve received:

  • Question: When does the new order expire?

Read more ...

Ojai Business Status Survey

The Ojai Valley News, Ojai Chamber and City of Ojai have partnered on the Ojai Business Status Survey. If you are a Ojai business owner, please visit this link to take the survey.

Online Business Survey Link

Read more ...

If you are an independent contractor or self-employed, CA will begin accepting applications on April 28 for the expansion of unemployment insurance (UI) to individuals not eligible for regular UI but eligible for the CARES Act UI expansion

For more information: Visit the California Labor & Workforce Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) Program Page  

Read more ...

City of Ojai COVID-19 Update for April 21, 2020

Yesterday, we provided an update on the County Public Health Officer’s modified Stay Well at Home Order that went into effect on April 18 at 11:59 p.m. This morning, the County Public Health Officer released an amended order. The amended order, which replaces the April 18 order is included below.

The full, detailed order is available on vcemergency.com and ojaicity.org.

The amended order appears to place a limit on what types of businesses can operate with Limited Business Operations.

Read more ...

City of Ojai COVID-19 Update for April 20, 2020

The County Public Health Officer released a modified Stay Well at Home Order that went into effect yesterday morning. The order is a 19-page order that gives details on many issues, and is in effect through May 15. Some of the key modifications include:

Section 7 includes one key change, it allows businesses to operate as long as they have 10 or less employees at a facility in a 24-hour period, with no physical interaction with members of the public,

Read more ...

Translate »