Category Archives: City News

Overlay Schedule Available Now

The City has prepared a revised Overlay (Road Rehabilitation Project) schedule. Please see below for more information.

 

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Storm Information Available NOW on VCEmergency.com

Reminder: The best source for information on this “January Winter Storm” is http://www.vcemergency.com/VCEmergency.com will have the latest news and updates, and will be updated 24/7 if necessary.

Their most recent update shows the following:

MANDATORY EVACUATIONS

Matilija Canyon to North Fork
Wheeler Gorge
VOLUNTARY EVACUATIONS (Beginning Monday, January 8, 2018 at 6pm until Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at 12pm)

Casitas Springs
Nye Road
La Conchita
West of Thomas Aquinas College along Highway 150
ADVISORY

Ojai
Wheeler Canyon
Aliso Canyon
Area along Casitas Pass Road
Norway Tract
Dennison Grade West to Highway 33

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Advisory: Ventura County Sherrif’s: Information on incoming rainstorm in English and Spanish

Nature of Incident:
Community preparation for significant rainstorm

Location:
Thomas Fire burn area – Western Ventura County

Date & Time:
Jan. 8, 2018

Unit(s) Responsible:
Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services, Ventura County Fire Department, Ventura County Public Works, County Chief Executive Office

Narrative:

Monday, January 8, 2018 will usher in the first significant storm for Southern California this season. As the storm has moved closer to the region,

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National Weather Service Issues Flash Flood Watch for Monday and Tuesday (January 8 and 9 2018)

Flash Flood Watch
Flood Watch
National Weather Service Los Angeles/Oxnard CA
335 AM PST Mon Jan 8 2018

…FLASH FLOODING AND MUD AND DEBRIS FLOWS POSSIBLE FOR RECENT
BURN AREAS OF SOUTHWESTERN CALIFORNIA FROM THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH
TUESDAY EVENING…

.The flash flood watch has been expanded to include much of
southeastern Santa Barbara county…all of Ventura County and all
of L.A. county except the Antelope valley…not just the burn
areas.

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VCSD Video Showing Dangers of Flooding, Swift Water and Mudslides now Available

Are you prepared? With disasters across the nation and most recently our fire here, it is important more now than ever to make sure we have planned accordingly.

This week is forecasted to bring the first significant rain of the season to Ventura County. Some weather stations are predicting up to an inch of rain along the coast and up to two inches in the mountains. With the recent Thomas Fire burning away most of the ground cover in the Fillmore,

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