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Port Hueneme | Easy guide to what’s open for recreation

Port Hueneme | Easy guide to what’s open for recreation

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Oxnard | Letter to Mayor and City Manager – Developers and New Fire Stations

Oxnard | Letter to Mayor and City Manager – Developers and New Fire Stations

Mr. Mayor, Mr. City Manager: It has been stated numerous times that the average residential housing unit is occupied by 4 people. The city is under a state mandate to provide at least 7,000 low income housing units. According to city staff, the city will not be able to charge developer impact fees for these […]

Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

By George Miller The July 16, 2019 Oxnard City Council covered a report of progress on the homeless situation, approval of $1,500,000 in grants to help address it and authorization to use the National Guard Armory as a 24 hour shelter. Then the Council made it clear that they are fed up with lack of […]

Santa Paula: Four Parks to Receive Colorfully Themed Playground Equipment

Santa Paula: Four Parks to Receive Colorfully Themed Playground Equipment

 By Sheryl Hamlin During the May 7th 2018 council meeting, the new park equipment for four city parks was unveiled by Ed Mount, Community Services Director, and Kate Little, the equipment manufacturer “designer”. Ms. Little explained that she studied Santa Paula’s fascinating history and came up with four themes, one for each park. She stressed […]

Oxnard City Council Approves $2 Million in Park Improvements

Oxnard City Council Approves $2 Million in Park Improvements

Oxnard, California.  On November 14, 2017 the Oxnard City Council approved $2 million for local park improvements.  Nine parks have been selected based on their proximity to census tracts designated as “disadvantaged” by the State of California.  The park improvements include enhanced security lighting, walking tracks, play structures, tot-lots, new bleachers and field improvements. Mayor […]

Westpark’s “Lion Bench” to be Unveiled on October 11: Public Invited

Westpark’s “Lion Bench” to be Unveiled on October 11: Public Invited

The City of Ventura’s Parks, Recreation & Community Partnerships department cordially invites the public to a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil Westpark’s new Lion Bench on Wednesday, October 11, at noon, at the Westpark Community Center located at 450 West Harrison Street.  This bench, generously donated by The Ventura Downtown Lion’s Club, will complement the Lion […]

City of Oxnard important phone numbers

City of Oxnard important phone numbers

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Lands activists urge Trump to revoke Obama’s national monuments

Lands activists urge Trump to revoke Obama’s national monuments

  Western lands activists are urging Donald Trump to test the limits of executive power by revoking millions of acres that President Obama set aside as national monuments, setting up a landmark legal battle over one of the nation’s most frequently used environmental protections. Such a step would be historic. No president has undesignated a […]

Why are the Pleasant Valley Parks closed on July 4th in Camarillo?

Why are the Pleasant Valley Parks closed on July 4th in Camarillo?

To our Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Board Members, Village at the Park residents are upset by today’s closure of the PV Fields, our neighborhood park. Every year, our location within the neighborhood makes walking to the fields to view fireworks a safe alternative to the traffic-ridden ACHS neighborhoods while also encouraging families to […]

Camarillo Detectives Seek Public’s Help Identifying Tree Vandal

Camarillo Detectives Seek Public’s Help Identifying Tree Vandal