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Ventura | Important Information About District 4 Councilmember 🗞️

Ventura | Important Information About District 4 Councilmember 🗞️

    “ We are weary of politicians’ politicians. We want ours.” —Gerald Stanley Lee, American Author On Saturday, February 20, 2021, the Ventura City Council will have the opportunity to select a new City Councilmember to join them for the next two years. This situation gives four of the six City Councilmembers the power to […]

City of Ventura invites the community to attend General Plan virtual meetings

City of Ventura invites the community to attend General Plan virtual meetings

Ventura, CA. — Community members, local businesses, and community groups are invited to participate in the first of many engagement opportunities as the City develops a new long-term vision through the creation of an updated General Plan, themed “Our Vision, Our Future.” The General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) will kick off the first virtual public meeting […]

Call the Right Play for Super Bowl LV

Call the Right Play for Super Bowl LV

  Call the Right Play for Super Bowl LV Pass the Keys to a Sober Driver Before the Big Game Begins Ventura, Calif. —  When Super Bowl LV kicks off, will you be prepared? Whether you’re cheering for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Kansas City Chiefs, you must start with a game plan that prevents driving […]

Ventura Water shares proposed rate adjustments with the community

Ventura Water shares proposed rate adjustments with the community

Ventura, Calif. — On Tuesday, January 26, 2021, the City of Ventura’s Water Commission unanimously voted to approve the proposed five-year water and wastewater rate increases. The recommended adjustments include a maximum annual rate increase of 7% for water service and 6% for wastewater service for the next five years. For the average homeowners, it is […]

This Bad Decision Cost You Money – Ventura

This Bad Decision Cost You Money – Ventura

Share Tweet Forward “ The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life. ” —Confucius No one makes a lifetime commitment based on a single moment in time. Yet, the Ventura City Council made just such a commitment. In November 2020, they awarded […]

VenturaWaterPure is selected to apply for the EPA’s Loan Program

VenturaWaterPure is selected to apply for the EPA’s Loan Program

Ventura, Calif. — This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that the City of Ventura’s potable reuse project, VenturaWaterPure, is among the 55 projects across 20 states invited to apply for Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans. WIFIA is a federal credit program that offers low-interest loans to finance clean water […]

Ventura’s Latest News About Pension Woes

Ventura’s Latest News About Pension Woes

“ Stand up to your obstacles and do something about them. You’ll find they haven’t half the strength you think they have.” —Dr. Norman Vincent Peale Ventura’s unfunded pension liabilities continued to grow in 2019 to $218.6 million. The City of Ventura continues to sink deeper into debt to pay for city employees’ present and future […]

The City of Ventura refinances debt, saving ratepayers over $15 million

The City of Ventura refinances debt, saving ratepayers over $15 million

Ventura, Calif. — The City of Ventura recently refinanced large portions of Ventura Water’s outstanding debt, resulting in a $15.95 million savings. Bonds and low-interest loans are commonly utilized to fund large-scale capital improvement projects. In 2005, the City received $20 million from the Safe Drinking Water State Refunding Fund to finance improvements to the Avenue […]

City of Ventura names new human resources director

City of Ventura names new human resources director

Ventura, Calif. — Ventura City Manager Alex D. McIntyre is pleased to announce the hiring of Danielle Keys as the new Human Resources Director, following a competitive nationwide recruitment. She joins the City from the Ventura County Fire Department, where she led its human resources efforts.     With over 18 years of public sector experience, Danielle has […]

New Ventura City Councilmembers sworn in

New Ventura City Councilmembers sworn in

Ventura, Calif. — The City of Ventura has sworn-in three newly elected Councilmembers at the City Council reorganization meeting hosted on Monday, December 14, 2020. Doug Halter, Mike Johnson, and Joe Schroeder each took oaths of office for council districts 2, 3 and 7. The new members join the seven-seat Council, which includes Mayor Sofia Rubalcava (District […]

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