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The City of Ojai

Ojai City HallThe City of Ojai’s official website offers a calendar of events for City of Ojai Government, agendas and reports for City Council and Planning Commission meetings, a host of forms for permits and services plus other elements that can assist residents and visitors to the city. Visit the site at

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Ojai Valley VFW

The Ojai Valley VFW was organized ten years ago. The veteran membership of this post is comprised of World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War veterans who served on active duty overseas. The mission of Post 11461 is to bring to the public what it means to be a veteran and to increase public support of this nation’s active duty service men and women as well as the members of the National Guard and military reserve.

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Ojai Trolley Service

Ojai Trolley Service, established in 1989, is owned and operated by the City of Ojai. The Trolley provides daily fixed-route transportation to Ojai and Meiners Oaks and services approximately 10,000 riders/month.

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Ojai Police Department

Ojai Police Department - The Ojai station provides full-service policing to approximately 30,000 residents of the Ojai Valley. Included in this population is the City of Ojai which contracts with the Ventura County Sheriff's Department for Police Services.

Ojai Station
402 South Ventura Street
Ojai, California 93023
(805) 646-1414
(805) 640-1803 - Fax

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Ojai Valley Alliance

Ojai Valley Alliance -What does the future hold for the Ojai Valley? How do we make decisions now for the legacy we leave our children and their children?

The Ventura River Project

The Ventura River Project, in southern California is on the coast about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The 90,000-acre project area is fan-shaped--the main Ventura River Valley runs north-south from the Topatopa Mountains down to the Pacific and several side valleys drained by tributaries of the Ventura River funnel into the main basin from the east and west. An additional strip of project land (Rincon) lies parallel with and outside of the basin along the Pacific coast northwest of the city of Ventura.

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Casitas Municipal Water District

Casitas Municipal Water District

Casitas Dam

Casitas Dam forms Lake Casitas, which is one of the nations best bass fishing areas. Record catches have been made at the Lake and the availability of trophy bass lures sports fisherman from throughout the United States. During the winter months the lake is stocked with trout to provide additional fishing opportunities. Nestled below the Laguna Ridge of the Santa Ynez Mountains, the views are inspiring. The availability of camp sites is extensive and includes full hook-ups. Call 805.649.1122 for reservations. The recreation area includes a snack bar, boat rentals, bike rentals, and a grocery store. The recreation area is adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest and opportunities for hiking, camping, and outdoor recreation are extensive.

Matilija Dam

Matilija Dam is located on the North Fork of Matilija Creek, a tributary of Ventura River. (Approximately 18 miles inland from the coast) Matilija Dam was built by Ventura County Flood Control District in 1947 to provide additional water supply and flood control. The dam is currently slated to be taken down; due to sediment build-up (6 million cubic yards), Matilija Dam has very little water holding capacity. The structure blocks Steelhead spawning habitat above the dam and inhibits sediment transport, an important mechanism for beach replenishment.

Ojai Valley Sanitary District

The Ojai Valley Sanitary District provides sanitary sewer service for about 20,000 residents of the CIty of Ojai and the unincorporated Ojai Valley. It collects and transports wastewater for treatment at the Ojai Valley Treatment Plant and disposes of effluent and sludge.

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Ojai Municipal Code

Ojai Municipal Code

Forest Service Adventure Pass

Forest Service Adventure Pass - If you are recreating in the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres or San Bernardino National Forests, you may need a Recreation Pass.

South Coast Area Transit

South Coast Area Transit (SCAT), founded in 1973, is a publicly owned transit company providing bus service in Western Ventura County within the cities of Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, San Buenaventura and the unincorporated areas. The service area is approximately 91 square miles and has a population of 334,651.