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2-2-19 (4:15 p.m. Update) Storm Update (English and Espanol)

Updated 2/2/19 at 4:15 pm

The peak of the storm has gone through SB and Ventura Counties this morning and is now into LA County.  High flows remain in numerous streams, but the flows are now receding. Flows in the Sespe Creek and Santa Clara River will continue to rise however are not anticipated to reach flood stage. Moderate occasional showers are likely through Sunday morning before a final round of light showers on Monday and Tuesday.

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2-2-19: Updated Storm Information From vcemergency.com (English and Spanish)

Please remember to check vcemergency.com for storm updates:

Updated 2/2/19 at 6:15 am

The National Weather Service is forecasting a significant storm system that will bring heavy rain and mountain snow with possible damaging winds to Ventura County beginning this evening, Friday, February 1, 2019 through Sunday, February 3, 2019 afternoon. A Flash Flood Watch was issued for portions of Ventura County with rainfall intensities expected from 0.5″ to 1.0″ per hour,

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Storm Expected to Impact Residents of the Ojai Valley Beginning Tonight, Some Evacuations and Road Closures Expected

The National Weather Service is forecasting a significant storm system that will bring heavy rain and mountain snow with possible damaging winds to Ventura County beginning this evening, Friday, February 1, 2019 through Sunday, February 3, 2019 afternoon. A Flash Flood Watch was issued for portions of Ventura County with rainfall intensities expected from 0.5″ to 1.0″ per hour, with possible heavier intensities in the Los Padres National Forest. The potential exists for localized mud and debris flows in the Thomas,

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City of Ojai Releases Request for Qualifications for Water Resources Coordinator

1-18-19: The City of Ojai has released a request for qualifications for a Water Resources Coordinator. The City is taking steps to address and analyze concerns of water supply and quality brought about by ongoing drought, coupled with climate change and a shifting regulatory framework on water, in order to ensure that its residents and businesses have a supply that is sufficient, economically viable, and environmentally sustainable. The City of Ojai is a part of the larger,

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Invasive Shot-Hole Borers and Fusarium Dieback: A Devastating Threat To California Trees

Two exotic, invasive beetles are causing increasingly extensive damage to Southern California’s urban trees, native and riparian forests, and avocado groves. Thousands of severely affected trees have died or been removed in both natural and landscaped areas.

Please see the below flyer for more information:

 

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