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Video Surveillance Camera Registration

Video Surveillance Camera Registration

Nature of Incident: Video Surveillance Camera Registration Location: Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Date & Time: 1/11/22 @ 10:00 a.m. Unit(s) Responsible: Thousand Oaks Police Department, Camarillo Police Department, Ojai Police Department, Fillmore Police Department, Moorpark Police Department, Unincorporated Areas of Ventura County Narrative: The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is committed to our ongoing partnership with residents and […]

23.9% Of California Housing Is High-Density, 4th Most In U.S.

23.9% Of California Housing Is High-Density, 4th Most In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza High-density housing can provide a number of important benefits to communities and the residents who live there. All else being equal, research suggests that residents in high-density communities tend to be more physically active and healthy. Their costs for utilities and transportation tend to be lower, and as a result, high-density communities may […]

Central Coast Will Be Home To New England Tall Ship

Central Coast Will Be Home To New England Tall Ship

A tall ship that has been berthed on the New England coast for the past 54 years is now on its way to California and will call the Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard its new home. The ship will serve as a visitor attraction and teaching platform for thousands of youths in Ventura and Santa […]

Demolition Of Vacant Casa Sirena Hotel To Start

Demolition Of Vacant Casa Sirena Hotel To Start

Demolition of the vacant Casa Sirena Hotel at the Channel Islands Harbor will begin next week, the Ventura County Harbor Department announced today. Harbor Department Director Michael Tripp said that preparation for the demolition – removing hazards, communicating with nearby Harbor residents, connecting homeless individuals with services, and other mitigation measures – has been underway […]

State Regulations For Food Waste Recycling Take Effect On January 1, 2022

State Regulations For Food Waste Recycling Take Effect On January 1, 2022

Ventura, Calif. – Starting January 1, 2022, the City of Ventura will be required to comply with California’s Senate Bill (SB) 1383. The City Council recently adopted an ordinance in November 2021 to comply with state law. The City also began rolling out food waste recycling programs for all residents, businesses, and multi-family properties to assist […]

California Takes Biggest Step Forward For Clean Air In Over 12 years

California Takes Biggest Step Forward For Clean Air In Over 12 years

SACRAMENTO, CA Lawmakers and clean air advocacy organizations celebrated the adoption of landmark clean air rules that will save thousands of California lives and avoid tens of billions of public health costs. The California Air Resources Board actions create a “smog check”-style program for heavy-duty trucks and also set zero-emission requirements for sales of new […]

City Of Ventura Awarded Nearly $2 Million Grant For Skatepark Expansion On The Westside

City Of Ventura Awarded Nearly $2 Million Grant For Skatepark Expansion On The Westside

Ventura, Calif. – The City of Ventura received a nearly $2 million grant from the state’s “California Outdoors for All” initiative to fund construction to expand the skatepark at Westpark, located at 450 W Harrison Avenue. The Westpark Skatepark Expansion Project expands the existing skatepark by more than 20,000-square-feet and includes features tailored to various skill levels, […]

California Residents Consume 9th Least Natural Gas

California Residents Consume 9th Least Natural Gas

Mike LaFirenza As the world navigates the effects of climate change, policymakers are looking for strategies and investments to reduce carbon emissions and slow global warming. Global leaders met in Glasgow earlier this year to negotiate new targets for greenhouse gas reduction and climate change mitigation. In the U.S., investments in clean energy and the […]

Goleta Water District Holds Public Mapping Hearings

Goleta Water District Holds Public Mapping Hearings

Goleta, Calif., – Goleta Water District (GWD) will be reviewing and making initial comments on draft district maps at the next upcoming virtual hearing Thursday, December 9, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom.  GWD will be transitioning to district-based elections and is inviting all interested persons to participate. Residents and stakeholders are encouraged to participate […]

The Ventura Police Department Increases Transparency And Announces An Upcoming Community Academy

The Ventura Police Department Increases Transparency And Announces An Upcoming Community Academy

Ventura, Calif. —  The Ventura Police Department is now accepting applications for the next Community Academy open to Ventura residents and business owners. The academy can accommodate 30 participants and the deadline to apply is Friday, December 31, 2021. The 2022 Ventura Police Community Academy is part of the Department’s ongoing efforts to strengthen community partnerships and increase […]

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