Category Archives: Old News

City of Ojai COVID-19 update for November 19, 2020

A video version of this update is available at:

On November 16, the State of California announced that Ventura County was one of 41 counties moved back to the purple (or most restrictive) COVID tier assignment, which means several businesses, including restaurants, must close indoor operations. Today, Gov. Newsom and the Cal Department of Public Health announced a statewide limited curfew for all counties in the purple tier, including Ventura County – starting Saturday,

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City of Ojai – Business Update on COVID-19

City of Ojai – Business Update on COVID-19

On Tuesday, October 6, Ventura County moved into the RED Tier on the State of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This means the following activities can open or resume.

  • Places of worship, restaurants, movie theaters and museums can be operated indoors at 25% capacity or 100 people, whichever is less.
  • Gyms can reopen indoors at 10% capacity.

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State of California Announces Salons, Barbershops and Malls able to Reopen on Monday, August 31, 2020

Today (August 28, 2020), the State of California announced a new blueprint for reducing COVID-19 in the state with revised criteria for loosening and tightening restrictions and activities. Learn more at

Under this plan, Salons, Barbershops and Malls are able to reopen for indoor services beginning Monday, August 31.

These sectors must follow the state issued industry guidance found at the following link:

These businesses must also register to reopen at

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May 8th Housing Rights Center Informational Webinar

Webinar on COVID-19 Resources, Friday, May 8, 2020, 2-4 PM (presented by the Housing Rights Center)
Topics include: COVID-19 Moratoriums, how to formulate a letter to your landlord if you can’t pay part or all of your rent due to COVID-19, & Financial Assistance Resources to help with loss if income due to COVID-19
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Clean Power Alliance Is Currently Accepting Applications To Serve On Its Inaugural Volunteer Community Advisory Committee

Help guide Southern California’s energy future! 

Clean Power Alliance is seeking interested community members from Los Angeles and Ventura Counties to serve on its inaugural volunteer Community Advisory Committee that will help inform the growth of Southern California’s newest, locally-operated clean energy provider.
About the Opportunity

  • 15-member advisory committee representing 7 sub-regions of Clean Power Alliance territory
  • Advise the Clean Power Alliance Board of Directors on valuable policy and planning matters
  • Not just for energy experts – seeking diverse cross-section of community representatives

Application deadline of July 25,

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