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A Virtual Panel Discussion on Racism and Policing Special Meeting of the Oxnard City Council

A Virtual Panel Discussion on Racism and Policing Special Meeting of the Oxnard City Council

  (This is not a formal meeting of the Oxnard City Council, however a quorum of the members is anticipated to attend the online meeting. Therefore, it is being noticed as a special meeting. As part of the program for the Community Meeting, members of the public will have an opportunity to provide public comment […]

Oxnard Fireworks Task Force

Oxnard Fireworks Task Force

The problem: Nightly citywide ILLEGAL fireworks use. The impact on our quality of life has been greatly affected by the pervasive use of ILLEGAL fireworks throughout the city. The dangers to those using fireworks is a concern, and the fire danger to homeowners and residents. Pets, vets, elderly, working folks who need their sleep, are […]

Oppose Oxnard 1 1/2 % Sales Tax Increase

Oppose Oxnard 1 1/2 % Sales Tax Increase

    By Lawrence Paul Stein How can this person trust the City of Oxnard to expend fund proceeds from a 1 1/2% sales tax increase when they violated that trust from the proceeds of  a 1/2% sales tax increase (Measure O)? We are paying for a $20,000,000 fire station that was to have cost […]

Notice on Parking lot for Oxnard Beach

Notice on Parking lot for Oxnard Beach

Starting tomorrow the Oxnard Beach Park parking lot will be reopened. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  

Resources for Workers -City of Oxnard Economic Development Office

Resources for Workers -City of Oxnard Economic Development Office

  IMMEDIATE STEPS TO TAKE 1. Apply for Unemployment If you have lost hours or wages due to the impact of the coronavirus, file for unemployment benefits. Individuals can be paid benefits for the first week they are unemployed due to the coronavirus disaster. 2. Contact your Landlord or Mortgage Company The City of Oxnard […]

City of Oxnard Issues Emergency Proclamation in Response to COVID-19

City of Oxnard Issues Emergency Proclamation in Response to COVID-19

OXNARD, Calif. – This morning City Manager Alexander Nguyen issued a proclamation of a local emergency in response to the coronavirus. This proclamation should not cause any panic. It is a necessary step for the City to take in order to 1.) implement social distancing measures, 2.) help contain the spread of the coronavirus, and […]

City of Oxnard Awarded $8.5 Million Grant to Expand and Revitalize Campus Park

City of Oxnard Awarded $8.5 Million Grant to Expand and Revitalize Campus Park

OXNARD, Calif. – The City of Oxnard will receive $8.5 million in Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program grant funds for the Campus Park Activation Project, which will transform an additional 26 acres of park space that has been closed to the public. In a highly competitive process where the State of California received […]

No Forever Chemicals Detected in Oxnard’s Drinking Water

No Forever Chemicals Detected in Oxnard’s Drinking Water

OXNARD, Calif. – Oxnard’s commitment to protecting local drinking water sources continues as the City’s tap water remains safe, clean and reliable.  Water quality testing shows there are no per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) contaminants in any of Oxnard’s water sources.  PFAS (also known as “forever chemicals”) are the subject of news reports across the country […]

City of Oxnard Office Closures and Reminders for Christmas and New Year’s Day Holidays

City of Oxnard Office Closures and Reminders for Christmas and New Year’s Day Holidays

OXNARD, Calif. – Residents and businesses are reminded that City Hall and many City departments will be closed for the upcoming holidays. The holiday office hours are listed below. HOLIDAY OFFICE HOURS AND CLOSURES Tuesday, Dec. 24:     City Hall and many offices close at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 25:    City Hall and many offices […]

Artists, Local Nonprofit Art Organizations Are Encouraged To Apply For The City Of Oxnard Arts In Public Places Grant Program

Artists, Local Nonprofit Art Organizations Are Encouraged To Apply For The City Of Oxnard Arts In Public Places Grant Program

OXNARD, Calif. – The City of Oxnard’s Cultural Arts Commission announces the opening of the 2019 2020 Arts in Public Places (AIPP) grant process with the release of the annual request for proposals (RFP). All Oxnard-based artists and nonprofit arts organizations are encouraged to apply. The RFP and applications are available at www.oxnard.org/cultural_arts. Proposals must […]

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