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  • 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 »
  • Kent Hall, Oak Tree House OPEN HOUSE

    As part of the Ojai City Hall campus expansion, the City is now taking reservations for its updated public meeting space at Kent Hall, 111 W. Santa Ana St. in Ojai. Overlooking the Stewart Canyon area, the second-floor room is set up to host about 50 people and is available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Equipped for community group meetings, the ADA accessible site includes tables, chairs and internet access. Fees are $50 for a three-hour period,More information »
  • Ojai Mayor Issues Pride Month Proclamation

    In recognition of Pride Month and honoring the diverse contribution of the LGBTQ+ communities in the Ojai Valley and beyond, Ojai Mayor Betsy Stix issued a Pride Month Proclamation on behalf of the City at its Tuesday evening City Council meeting. Local musician and transgender activist Michelle Rosenblum was joined by long-time Ojai residents Helen Allen and Lynne Doherty, two early voices for the local LGBTQ+ community. They offered a visual history of Ojai Pride;More information »

    CITY EMAIL SYSTEM DOWN DUE TO THE POWER OUTAGE THIS MORNING The City email system is currently unavailable. If you need assistance, please contact the City departments by phone. We will post an update when the email system has been restored. Planning Department – Shari Herbruck (805) 646-5581 ext.112 Finance Department – Scott Avila (805) 646-5581 ext.110 Recreation Department – Weston Montgomery (805) 646-5581 ext. 313 Public Works Department – Alexis Woods (805) 646-5581 ext.More information »
  • Update on Local COVID Testing and Treatment Sites

    As of June 1, 2022, the State of California continues to offer free COVID testing, regardless of insurance status, at select sites. A Test-to-Treat site at the Ventura Unified School District Service Center, 255 Stanley Ave., provides free testing for all, a provider visit and antiviral treatment to those who test positive. Visit covid19.ca.gov/get-tested for a map of all free Test-to-Treat sites. However, due to changes in federal government funding, some private COVID testing locations may come with a cost for those without health insurance.More information »
  • 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 »