Ormond Beach Project Webpage

The Ormond Beach Partners would like to inform you that the Ormond Beach Restoration and Access Plan (OBRAP) project webpage is now hosted by the City. The dedicated project webpage recently went live and will contain more information in the near future. Currently, the draft Restoration Plan and public comments are posted on the webpage. The webpage will be the home for all future documents, public outreach meetings postings, and all other documents and updates concerning the OBRAP. 

The webpage can be accessed by the following link: https://www.oxnard.org/ormond-beach-restoration-public-access-plan/

?


The Ormond Beach Partners would also like to thank Friends of Ormond Beach for all the volunteer work they have invested at Ormond Beach for the past year. Friends of Ormond Beach have also started a newsletter for the purposes of informing subscribers on all the news and relevant information concerning Ormond Beach. The information identified below was provided by Friends of Ormond Beach to introduce themselves to the OBRAP community. Please feel free to contact Friends of Ormond Beach directly if you would like more information about the organization.

The Ormond Beach Partners would also like to thank all of the countless volunteers and organizations that have contributed to the preservation and conservation of Ormond Beach over the decades. Your hard work and dedication is greatly appreciated. 
Friends of Ormond Beach Organization (All information identified below has been provided by Friends of Ormond Beach)

Introduction:
Ormond Beach and Lagoon, located in Oxnard between Port Hueneme and Point Mugu, is a unique wetlands environment that supports over 200 migratory birds, including the endangered Western Snowy Plover and the California Least Tern.  Ormond Beach and Lagoon is situated next to the Halaco Superfund Site and has been blighted by decades of industrialization and pollution from homeless encampments.

The Mission of Friends of Ormond Beach:
Friends of Ormond Beach formed in 2019 and is a grassroots organization of environmentally minded volunteers seeking to protect the Ormond Beach wetlands and the species therein.  We seek to raise awareness to our local and broader community about the threats to this wetlands area and partner with other environmentalist groups such as Surfrider, Paddle Out Plastic, and the Ventura Audubon Society to mitigate those threats.  We also work with both city and county agencies that oversee the waterways that discharge into the Ormond Lagoon.  Finally, we support the three partners of Ormond Beach, the city of Oxnard, the State Coastal Conservancy, and The Nature Conservancy in finding a proper land manager to protect the wetlands environment from further degradation. We welcome new volunteers. 
You can contact us and sign up to get our monthly newsletter at [email protected].  Follow us on Facebook at friendsoformondbeach and on [email protected] 


Isidro Figueroa

Principal Planner
805-385-8207

Please visit us online: oxnard.org/planning

For Answers to Frequently Asked Questions visit our FAQ page

COVID 19 NOTICE:  In response to state and federal directives, OUR COUNTER IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Planning permit entitlement processing services will continue.

  • General inquiries should be sent via email to [email protected].

  • For new applications, aside from Cannabis related permits, email us at [email protected]. Large projects can be shipped with prior authorization. Smaller projects may be submitted via email.

  • For new Cannabis applications, call (805) 385-7863 for cannabis zoning clearance/verification and appointments. Otherwise, visit https://www.oxnard.org/cannabis-regulations/ or email [email protected] The application window has been extended to May 22, 2020.

  • For existing applications, contact your assigned Case Planner by direct email.

Please check our website at www.Oxnard.org and City approved information on COVID19 for updates.

We regret our editing error in our October 2020 newsletter.

We failed to include the name of the Port Hueneme Councilman who was a significant part of the September CA Coastal Cleanup at Ormond Beach and Lagoon: Steven Gama

Thank you Port Hueneme Councilman Steven Gama for working with Laura Oergel of Ventura Surfrider to procure the resources for the cleanup of Ormond Lagoon on 9.12.2020. You are an inspiration to us!

You rock, Port Hueneme Councilman Gama!
Sincerely, Friends of Ormond Beach

Steven Gama

 

 

Ormond Beach Partners


Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

0 0 vote
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments