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  • It’s Election Season: The Rules on Political Signs

    (September 26, 2022) We have been getting lots of questions and social media is buzzing about political signs. Local rules state that within the Ojai city limits, signs cannot be placed in the public right-of-way. They may be placed on private property, but you must have permission. The City encourages candidates and their teams to follow local sign rules so their message can stay in place. If a sign is removed, it can be picked up at the Public Works yard,More information »
  • City of Ojai Libbey Bowl Fee Waiver Applications Now Available

    (September 19, 2022) The City of Ojai Libbey Bowl Fee Waiver applications for the 2023 season are now available! Those who wish to obtain an application & copy of the waiver guidelines may do so by clicking on the link below. The Libbey Bowl Fee Waiver Program waives in full or in part the fees charged by the City of Ojai for use of the Libbey Bowl. The primary purpose of the fee waiver program is to assist individuals,More information »
  • Arts Commission Hosts Haiku for Peace Competition

    Launching on Ojai Valley Peace Day, September 18, 2022, O-Haiku represents the beginning of a new series in the Literary Arts supported and promoted by the Ojai Arts Commission. The entire Ojai community is invited to participate. Download Flyer Here The Haiku themed competition begins in our very own International City of Peace with the inspirational public art, “Peace in Man’s Hand” by Ojai artist Ted Gall. Located in the back courtyard of The Ojai Art Center,More information »
  • Traffic Advisory: State Route 150 at Villanova Road Reduced to One Lane for Caltrans Work on Monday, September 19

    On Monday, September 19, 2022, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to reduce State Route 150 (SR 150) to one lane between Villanova Road and Loma Drive in the Mira Monte area of the Ojai Valley, with flaggers directing traffic in alternating directions. The lane reduction will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m., all motorists should expect delays. Caltrans will conduct the lane reduction in order to trim trees along the roadway. More information »
  • Arts Commission to Extend Deadline to 2023 Arts Grant Applications

    The City of Ojai Arts Commission is accepting applications for 2023 Arts Grants, from now through the extended application deadline of Friday, September 23, 2022. The grants, which are awarded each year at the December Ojai City Council meeting, help to ensure the vitality of the arts in the Ojai Valley. The City offers Art Grants each year as the budget allows. The grant program funds non-profit arts organizations and individual artists whose primary purpose is to produce or present arts and cultural programs in the City of Ojai.More information »
  • Cooling Center Update 9-1-22

    The City’s Cooling Center at Kent Hall (111 Santa Ana St.). We will open at Kent Hall again tomorrow from 11 am to 7 pm. Over the weekend, we are encouraging people to stop by the Library for an air-conditioned space. The City will re-open the Cooling Center at Kent Hall on Monday (Labor Day) at 11 a.m. The Library is closed on Labor Day. In addition, the City if offering free Trolley rides (ojaitrolley.com for info and schedules) to and from the Library or the Kent Hall.More information »

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