Category Archives: Old News

Notice of Intention to Fill a Vacancy for City Treasurer by Appointment

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Ojai is accepting applications for appointment to the Ojai City Treasurer, to fill the seat’s vacancy. The appointed person will serve through the qualification of results at the November 8, 2022 Statewide General Election. The City Treasurer is an elected official responsible for overseeing the City’s investments and ensuring compliance with applicable laws regarding investment and handling of public funds.

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age,

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**REMINDER** Ojai City Council Meeting will be held via Zoom Tonight at 6 p.m.

Tonight’s City Council meeting is virtual only. Below is the link if you wish to participate via Zoom:

You may also view the meeting on the City’s website at, on YouTube at, or on Spectrum Channel 10.

The Agenda is available here:


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Now Fully Virtual: A Community Conversation on Police Services

On Wednesday, January 26, 2022, at 6 p.m., Ojai City Manager James Vega and Police Chief Jose Rivera will co-host a community conversation on police services in the Ojai Valley. This event, the first of its kind locally, will take place via Zoom and will facilitate audience participation. The public can also pre-submit questions to through January 26, 2022.


Together the duo will provide an update on local public safety and share information on how residents can stay connected with City government,

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The General Plan Update is on the Planning Commission Agenda January 19, 2022 and We Encourage the Community to Participate.

Please See the Flyer for More Information.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM SoCalGas: SoCalGas Will Conduct Inspections by Helicopter 1/12 and 1/13/2022

SoCalGas will be working with a helicopter company to map any methane emissions over SoCalGas infrastructure in small areas of the City of Ojai and Unincorporated Ventura County.  Pipeline safety and maintenance continues to be top priority for SoCalGas.

SoCalGas will be following all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules.

This new technology allows for the detection of methane emissions from the air at a 500 feet altitude (within normal FAA flight operations regulations).  

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