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City of Ventura Lifts Temporary Leaf Blower Emergency Ordinance

City of Ventura Lifts Temporary Leaf Blower Emergency Ordinance

The Ventura City Council terminated the temporary leaf blower emergency ordinance during its regular meeting on July 9, 2018.  The repeal is effective immediately and the use of gas, electric, and battery powered leaf blowers in the City of Ventura is allowed. The temporary leaf blower emergency ordinance was adopted by the Ventura City Council […]

Commentary | Ventura’s Homeless Problem

Commentary | Ventura’s Homeless Problem

    By Valerie E.  White On 6/18/18, the Ventura City Council approved a budget that includes Measure O funds. Under the approving eyes of many city-and county-employed bureaucrats for homeless projects and the supporters who are called to attend the meeting to influence the council’s decisions, the council approved over $1.5 million dollars to […]

City of Ventura – National Night Out

City of Ventura – National Night Out

Registration is now open for National Night Out. Ventura neighborhoods are invited to participate with many other neighborhoods across the country in celebration of National Night Out on Tuesday, August 14, 2018. The deadline to register is August 1, 2018. National Night Out is a crime and drug prevention event that is sponsored nationally by […]

Ventura Rebuilds Green Expo, Saturday, June 16

Ventura Rebuilds Green Expo, Saturday, June 16

The City of  Ventura Community Development Department and Environmental Sustainability Division are hosting a Ventura Strong Rebuilds Green Expo on Saturday, June 16, 2018, from 11am-3pm in the Atrium at City Hall, 501 Poli Street, Ventura. This expo is for residents in the city of Ventura who have been severely affected by the Thomas Fire, […]

Free Wildfire Rebuilding Workshop

Free Wildfire Rebuilding Workshop

Last year, the Thomas Fire roared through Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, burning 281,893 acres, destroying 1,063 structures, and damaging 280 structures. Rebuilding has begun, and the Contractors State License Board (CSLB) and the City of Ventura are partnering to help licensed contractors like you who are getting involved in the rebuilding process by hosting […]

Listen KVTA June 5th – City Ventura Vagrancy Issues and Solutions

Listen KVTA June 5th – City Ventura Vagrancy Issues and Solutions

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Hey, Show Compassion To the Residents of Ventura

Hey, Show Compassion To the Residents of Ventura

    By Staff The murder of a young father in the presence of his wife and five-year old daughter has brought the issue of homelessness to the forefront in our community. Homelessness is a growing problem, not only in the City of Ventura but across the United States and especially in California. Admittedly, housing […]

Safe and Clean Efforts | City of Ventura attempts to Clean up its Public Spaces

Safe and Clean Efforts | City of Ventura attempts to Clean up its Public Spaces

As part of the City of Ventura’s ongoing efforts to respond to concerns from the community as well as business merchants regarding illegal behaviors in the parks and surrounding areas of the downtown corridor, 4000 block of E. Main St, and the Victoria corridor, the Ventura Police Department, partnered with allied agencies, conducted enhanced patrols […]

City of Ventura Names New Economic Development Manager

City of Ventura Names New Economic Development Manager

Ventura Community Development Director announced that Estelle (Diaz) Bussa has been named as the City’s Economic Development Manager and will start in her new position on May 7, 2018. This selection fills a key management position in the City and supports the City Council’s priority of Creating and Maintaining Economic Development and Vitality. Estelle is […]

City of Ventura to replace Downtown parking pay stations with new, improved model

City of Ventura to replace Downtown parking pay stations with new, improved model

The City of Ventura will begin replacing Downtown parking pay stations on April 17, 2018, with a new, improved model that is compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). The new technology offers enhanced screen displays and options for future software upgrades such as pay-by-cell. Installation will take approximately one week […]

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