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  • Coffee with the Chief and City Manager: Thursday, May 26 at 10 a.m.

    At our Community Conversation earlier this year, residents came together for a conversation with local Police and City leadership. One of the requests emerging was for more engagement opportunities. Last month foot patrol officers began patrolling downtown and we are now kicking off a series of informal chats: Coffee with the Chief and City Manager. The conversation continues. . . Drop by the Libbey Park fountain Thursday morning at 10 a.m. for complementary coffee and talk with Ojai Police Chief Jose Rivera and City Manager James Vega.More information »
  • Mark your Calendars: Ojai Day is Coming October 15

    Ojai Day 2022 will bring locally infused arts and entertainment, vendors, activities and fun for the whole family is coming to Libbey Park on Saturday, October 15.  Applications are now open for Ojai Valley vendors, non-profits, and educational groups wishing to participate in this annual event that captures the spirit of our community. Application packets are available to download here.More information »
  • Ojai Recreation Hosts Open House on Saturday, May 21, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    The Ojai Recreation Department’s Annual Open House is right around the corner! Join us for a fun-filled day on Saturday, May 21, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Sarzotti Park, 510 Park Road. The free community event will showcase many of the department’s offerings and include program demonstrations. Instructors will be on-site to answer questions about the programs and staff can assist with summer registrations. Activities will include informational booths, raffle giveaways, 5-A-Side awards,More information »
  • Ojai Honors Arbor Day with Tree Planting, Blessing

    The City recognized Arbor Day and our designation as a Tree City, USA, on April 29, 2022, with the planting of a California Sycamore Tree in Libbey Park. Special thanks to our partners at Ojai Trees for donating the tree and supporting this event, and to Chumash Elder Julie Tumamait-Stenslie for offering a traditional Chumash blessing. Mayor ProTem Randy Haney shared our Arbor Day proclamation, which you can read here. While Ojai is clearly a city of trees,More information »
  • Applications Now Being Accepted for Volunteers for Commission Openings

    Applications are now being accepted from City of Ojai and Ojai Valley residents for the following volunteer positions, for four-year terms:   Building Appeals Board Member (must be City residents) Historic Preservation Commissioner Parks and Recreation Commissioner Planning Commissioner   The deadline to apply is Friday, May 13, 2022.  More information »
  • No Permanent E-Message Board; Council Votes for Temporary, Portable Units

    At its April 12, 2022 meeting, the Ojai City Council determined that two portable, emergency message trailers would better serve the Ojai community in case of disaster without the negative impacts of a permanent emergency message board. This decision follows extensive community outreach in which more than 700 people survey participants shared their thoughts and nearly 200 commented on a variety of platforms. The portable trailers would be used for emergency messages only.More information »