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ParkMobile app provides convenient way to pay for on-street parking in Downtown Ventura

ParkMobile app provides convenient way to pay for on-street parking in Downtown Ventura

ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the US, is partnering with the City of Ventura to allow drivers to pay for metered on-street parking spaces Downtown using their mobile devices. Beginning July 17, customers can register for free through the app for iPhone, Android or online at Parkmobile.IO. The ParkMobile […]

A Town Turned Upside Down

A Town Turned Upside Down

By Lori Denman-Underhill In the long run, there may be a method to the madness of homeless vagrancy. Tactics to decrease endless crime may be shown to the city by local business owners of Ventura, who are aiming to take back their town. There are numerous businesses that are speaking up against vagrancy issues. This […]

Advisory: Downtown Ventura Parking Regulations will not be Enforced until Jan. 2, 2018

Advisory: Downtown Ventura Parking Regulations will not be Enforced until Jan. 2, 2018

The Ventura Police Department will not enforce meter parking regulations in Downtown Ventura until January 2, 2018. Drivers are not required to pay the meter fee at time of parking. Oversized vehicle parking restrictions are also lifted and will not be enforced until January 2, 2018. During normal conditions a permit is required to park […]

Commentary: When Taxpayers Funds are Lost, It’s Never Quite Over

Commentary: When Taxpayers Funds are Lost, It’s Never Quite Over

WE’RE ALL SCREWED BY BROOKS HERE.” —Leigh Eisen, Ventura Economic Development Mgr   When Taxpayers Funds are Lost, It’s Never Quite Over Brooks Institute’s closure spotlights the flaws in Ventura’s approval process and how gullible some members in government are. VREG concludes the City of Ventura’s $1.0 million loss was avoidable. The Ventura County Star reached […]

Wave Goodbye To Brooks and Our Tax Dollars

Wave Goodbye To Brooks and Our Tax Dollars

The news in the last few weeks has reported the closure of Brooks Institute.  Everyone lost from this closure.  The students hopefully will find other institutions to complete their education and their teachers may find other positions, but the Citizens of Ventura are again holding the proverbial bag.    On August 20, 2016, The Ventura […]

4TH ANNUAL TEQUILA & TACO MUSIC MOVES TO PLAZA PARK IN DOWNTOWN VENTURA FOR 2016!

4TH ANNUAL TEQUILA & TACO MUSIC  MOVES  TO PLAZA PARK IN DOWNTOWN VENTURA FOR 2016!

Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24 at 11:00 a.m.—5:30 p.m. Each Day   Big news regarding the 2016 4th Annual Tequila & Taco Music Festival: We’re moving to Plaza Park, 651 E. Thompson Blvd. in Downtown Ventura! Save the dates: Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24, for the biggest yearly event in Ventura […]

The Free Christmas Day Dinner Show 4pm Downtown Ventura Dec.25th

The Free Christmas Day Dinner Show 4pm Downtown Ventura Dec.25th

Christmas Day December 25th a Saint Pierre Community Music Production “A MAGICAL PERFORMANCE” Downtown VENTURA Friday December 25, 2015  (Starting 4pm)   To Show Our Appreciation To The Community, The Venue will have a complimentary Gourmet Soup Bar and other holiday treats FOR YOU & YOUR FAMILY… FREE THE CHRISTMAS DAY SHOW   LIVE MUSIC ON   MAIN ::: VENTURA RATING: ☆☆☆☆ The Best […]

Museum of Ventura County- Open July 4 + FREE on Sunday!

Museum of Ventura County- Open July 4 + FREE on Sunday!

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The Ventura Winter Wine Walk Event 2014 – A Success For All!

The Ventura Winter Wine Walk Event 2014 – A Success For All!

Under clear skies and a bright full moon, participants of the 5th Annual Ventura Winter Wine Walk sipped and danced through more than 60 wine tasting locations along Main Street in downtown Ventura. The sold out event was even bigger than the previous four years, with more than 500 early holiday revealers eating, drinking and […]