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Clear The Shelters – 167 animals adopted

Clear The Shelters – 167 animals adopted

Ventura County Calif.,: It’s official! Ventura County Animal Services (VCAS) broke an adoption record on Saturday, August 17th at their annual Clear The Shelters pet adoption event. They adopted out more animals than at any other adoption event in shelter history! 167 shelter pets found homes (85 cats, 55 dogs, 18 rabbits and 9 other […]

Rebozo Festival | Grant Application Now Open – $20,000 Available in Funding

Rebozo Festival | Grant Application Now Open – $20,000 Available in Funding

Ventura County, August 15, 2019– Rebozo Festival, Inc., is pleased to announce that awards of up to $20,000 will be granted to qualified non-profit organizations that focus on the cultural, social and/or educational needs of the Ventura County community. The application process will open September 2nd and will close September 27th, 2019, at 5:00 pm. […]

Thousand Oaks | Home Depot Robbery Suspect Under Arrest

Thousand Oaks | Home Depot Robbery Suspect Under Arrest

Ventura County Sheriff Department – Incident Press Release On 08 12-2019, patrol deputies from the Thousand Oaks Police Department responded to 2745 Teller Road in reference to an armed robbery at the location. Deputies learned the male suspect brandished a weapon at employees before walking away with property he stole from the store. Witnesses at the […]

County to launch mass shooting awareness and education initiative

County to launch mass shooting awareness and education initiative

VENTURA, Calif. – Ventura County is one of the safest places in the United States, but the recent tragedy at the Borderline Bar, and incidents in Gilroy, El Paso, Dayton and other communities across the country, serve as a stark reminder that violence can occur anywhere. Because of this, the County is launching an initiative […]

County Agricultural Commissioner sees positive overall crop growth in 2018 Crop Report

County Agricultural Commissioner sees positive overall crop growth in 2018 Crop Report

VENTURA, Calif. – Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner Ed Williams presented the 2018 Crop Report to the Board of Supervisors last Tuesday, July 30. The report, which highlights organic farming and provides an overview of agriculture in the county in 2018, indicated a thriving agricultural industry. Overall, the report indicates agriculture in the region saw small […]

County provides options for parents to safely surrender newborns

County provides options for parents to safely surrender newborns

VENTURA, Calif. – Occasionally parents face difficult and desperate circumstances and find they are not ready or able to raise a newborn. These parents have the option under the Safely Surrendered Baby Law to legally and safely surrender their newborn baby within three days of their birth (72 hours) at various Ventura County locations without […]

Ventura County Health Care Agency achieves a net income of $6 million for the year, closes budget gap

Ventura County Health Care Agency achieves a net income of $6 million for the year, closes budget gap

VENTURA, Calif. – In an unaudited, year-end projected financial report set to be released on August 7, 2019, the Ventura County Health Care Agency is reporting a $6 million net income for Fiscal Year 2019. The Health Care Agency initially projected that it would experience a loss of close to $20 million in the same […]

Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy Graduation

Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy Graduation

On Friday, August 2, 2019, 42 Law Enforcement Explorers from the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office, Simi Valley Police Department, and the Santa Paula Police Department graduated from the Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer Academy during a ceremony held at Rancho Campana High School in Camarillo. The graduating Explorers completed three weeks of training that introduced […]

POV and Constitution Week 2019! Our 3rd Annual Celebration Initiative!

POV and Constitution Week 2019! Our 3rd Annual Celebration Initiative!

Our Constitution may be “just words”, but they are some of the most important words ever recorded in human history! It is the blueprint for the laws we live by. Our Constitution gives us our liberty and makes our lifestyles possible! Some among you know POV-Point Of View, Ventura County is celebrating Constitution Week 2019 […]

VCTA: State of the County by Mike Powers CEO

VCTA: State of the County by Mike Powers CEO

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Ventura County Taxpayers Association (VCTA), the 2019 State of the County (SOTC) delivered by CEO Mike Powers brought the largest audience yet: 280 attendees in an expanded banquet space at the Oxnard Marriot.   Introductions Ron Golden, VCTA Board Chair, introduced the meeting explaining the collaboration with Chambers of […]

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