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City of Ventura’s City Hall And Facilities Reopening To The Public July 12, 2021

City of Ventura’s City Hall And Facilities Reopening To The Public July 12, 2021

Ventura, Calif. — The City of Ventura is preparing to reopen City Hall and other facilities to the public on Monday, July 12, 2021.  The reopening aligns with the State of California’s move to Beyond the Blueprint for a Safer Economy and the full reopening of business sectors.  “We are thrilled to reopen city facilities and welcome the community back […]

Ventura Adopts Balanced Budget – Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

Ventura Adopts Balanced Budget – Mayor Delivers State of the City Address

Ventura Mayor Delivers State of the City Address Mayor Sofia Rubalcava delivered her virtual State of the City address, themed “A Time Like No Other,” on June 24, 2021. Hosted by the Ventura Chamber of Commerce, the Mayor shared updates on what’s happening at the City, what lies ahead as Ventura recovers from the pandemic, […]

Venturans for Responsible & Efficient Government | We Deserve Better After 9 Years ⏳

Venturans for Responsible & Efficient Government | We Deserve Better After 9 Years ⏳

“ When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.” —Thomas Jefferson   It’s true what they say, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” At least, that’s the case within Ventura Permit Services Department.   Nine years after the Ventura Grand Jury ruled that […]

Ventura City Council approves water and wastewater rates adjustments

Ventura City Council approves water and wastewater rates adjustments

Ventura, Calif. — On Monday, May 17, 2021, at the Public Hearing for Water and Wastewater Rate Adjustments, Ventura City Council unanimously approved five-year water and wastewater rate increases. A second reading of the ordinances will take place on May 24, 2021, for approval. Beginning July 1, 2021, the average Ventura household will see a […]

Why We Given Ventura Fire Dept. More Money?

Why We Given Ventura Fire Dept. More Money?

“ We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. ” —Albert Einstein   Ventura Fire Department (VFD) is asking the City Council for more money so they can maintain the inertia they’ve had for the past fifty years. The basis for their demands is an operational assessment of Ventura Fire […]

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

  Ventura, Calif. —  With over 60 miles of bicycle lanes, 35 miles of bike routes and paths, and over 400 lockers and racks, the City of Ventura is rated as a bicycle friendly community from the League of American Bicyclists. During Bicycle Safety Month, the Ventura Police Department is encouraging those out walking, driving, or riding […]

City of Ventura to begin construction on first fully inclusive play area

City of Ventura to begin construction on first fully inclusive play area

Ventura, Calif. —  The City of Ventura will begin construction on its first fully inclusive play area for children of all abilities. The inclusive play area, located at Arroyo Verde Park, features gathering places, a play structure, swings, hammocks, balance beams, a sensory garden, a motion-inclusive carousel, sensory wall, embankment climbers, music play areas, and more. […]

City of Ventura launches online tool to support local businesses in recovering from COVID-19

City of Ventura launches online tool to support local businesses in recovering from COVID-19

Ventura, Calif. — The City of Ventura’s Economic Development Division is launching a new online business intelligence tool called “SizeUp Ventura” to provide access to market research information. “The City of Ventura is committed to helping our local businesses succeed and recover from the pandemic,” stated Mayor Sofia Rubalcava. “They are the foundation of our local economy, employ our residents, create new jobs, […]

City of Ventura to host first community workshop for General Plan Update

City of Ventura to host first community workshop for General Plan Update

Ventura, Calif. — Community members, local businesses, and community groups are invited to participate in the first virtual General Plan Community Workshop on Thursday, April 29, 2021, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The workshop will be hosted online via Zoom and will feature live Spanish interpretation. Registration is required to participate during the workshop. To […]

Join Ventura in Celebrating Earth Month

Join Ventura in Celebrating Earth Month

  Mayor Rubalcava’s Monthly Update Check in with Mayor Sofia Rubalcava and hear what’s happening in our City. Join us in celebrating Earth Month, learn more about the new Safe Sidewalks Program, Fire Hazard Reduction Program, water rate adjustments, welcoming our newest police officers, Orange Tier updates, and more! Mira el video en Español aquí […]

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