Historic Preservation Commission
The Historic Preservation Commission makes recommendations to the City Council and Planning Commission regarding the protection of landmarks, property and structures in the City. The Commission holds public hearings to identify historic landmarks, districts, and points of interest, and is accountable to take appropriate action to preserve them and to investigate structures which might be of historic significance.
Tax Incentives for Preserving & Rehabilitating Locally Designated Historic Landmark Properties.
There are numerous advantages to designating homes and buildings as landmarks. This brochure lays out the designation process.
The City of Ojai is proud of the historical sites located throughout the City and appreciates this Commission’s work to preserve our heritage.
We are pleased to invite you to enjoy your tour of our town.
City of Ojai Historic Districts
The “Cultural and Historic Preservation Law” section of the Ojai City Code establishes the authority for the Historic Preservation Commission to “investigate and recommend to the City Council the adoption of ordinances designating areas as having special historic, community, or architectural value as “historic districts.”
Ojai City Hall
401 S. Ventura Street
Ojai, CA 93023
Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm
Meetings are generally held on the second Thursday of each month at 5:00 pm in Council Chambers within City Hall (401 S. Ventura Street).