Category Archives: City News

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.

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Información Sobre la Tormenta Cortesía de VCEmergency- 16 de enero de 2019

Acutalizado 1/16/19 10:00 am Resumen del clima

Una serie de tormentas impactará al Condado de Ventura desde este momento hasta media noche. La intensidad de la lluvia se pronostica entre 0.50”/hora – 1.25”/hora de 3:00 PM a 9:00 PM.

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Rain Prompts Evacuation Orders for Parts of the Ojai Valley Jan. 15, 2019

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office has ordered a mandatory evacuation for the Matilija Canyon and North Fork communities and voluntary evacuation for east Ojai,  Gridley Road to Reeves Road, due to the rainstorm.

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Recent Weather Forecasts Show Rain in Ojai’s Forecast: Some Important Items to Consider

Recent weather forecasts show a storm system will sweep across Ventura County starting this afternoon, Jan. 11, 2019, through Saturday, bringing significant rain and the possibility of gusty winds. The wet pattern will continue throughout next week as a series of storms bring additional chances of precipitation to Southern California.

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Pet Sterilization & Microchipping Ordinance To Take Effect February 13, 2019

On 02/13/2018, the City of Ojai adopted an ordinance requiring pet owners to have pets sterilized and microchipped as a means of promoting the public health, safety and welfare of both humans and pets in the City.

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