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MethodList NameDescription
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Environmental Documents
Public Works Professional Consulting ServicesNotification for Requests for Qualifications and Requests for Proposal.
Public Works ProjectsPublic Works construction projects going out to bid.

Alert Center

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City of Ventura EmergenciesAlerts about emergency situations that pose a severe threat to the health and safety of citizens in Ventura
Public Works Construction Updates

Bid Postings

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Contractor/Construction (Maintenance type efforts ONLY)This category includes requests for proposals or bid opportunities for professional contracting or construction services with the City of Ventura for maintenance type efforts ONLY.
Environmental ServicesStormdrain maintenance, hazardous waste, recycling products
Information TechnologyFor new equipment and/or services for our Information Technology Division which relates to software, hardware, etc.
Landscape ServicesCitywide landscape and tree maintenance services
MiscellaneousMiscellaneous Products
Professional ServicesProfessional Services such as: lawyers, engineers, architects, certified public accountants, and land use planners
Public SafetyPolice and Fire services and supplies
Public Works Maintenance ProjectsConstruction, repair and maintenance services for City streets including pavement work, asphalt overlay, and slurry seal
Public Works Professional ConsultingThis category includes requests for proposal and requests for qualification issued for professional consulting opportunities with the City of Ventura.
Vehicles, Fuel & MaintenanceFuel, oil, and lubricants for vehicles. Maintenance and service for city vehicles. All vehicle types including but not limited to sedans, SUVs, fire trucks, and other light and heavy duty trucks.
Water and WastewaterWater purification and wastewater treatment

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Advisory Board Recruitments
Art Tales News
Community Development
Corporate Games
Environmental Programs
Fire Department
Library - Ongoing Events
Music Under the Stars Concerts
Parks, Recreation & Community Partnerships
Police Department
Public Work Projects
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Solar Workshops OfferedThe City of Ventura and the Community Environmental Council (CEC) have launched the 2019 Solarize Ventura Program. This year’s program will include energy storage systems and options for survivors of the Thomas Fire that are working to rebuild. The Solarize Ventura 2019 program is designed to make it easier and more affordable for homeowners to go solar. This year, the program has selected Coastal Solar as their installer partner, who will offer discounted prices through July 31, 2019. The 2019 Solarize Ventura Program will offer energy storage equipment and education on energy storage for the first time. Storage systems will be available to new solar customers and to existing solar customers who wish to upgrade their systems to include storage. “There are two main reasons that people are really beginning to invest in energy storage for their homes - economics and resiliency.” explained CEC’s Renewable Energy Manager April Price. Southern California Edison’s new “time-of-use” pricing structures benefit solar customers. Under these new rates, many solar customers will benefit by being able to store the energy that is produced by their solar systems during the day for evening use, avoiding the need to buy electricity from the grid at the most expensive time, from 4pm - 9pm. Having a battery backup can also give solar customers power in their homes during power outages. Solarize Ventura 2019 seeks to assist residents that are rebuilding from the Thomas Fire. Nancy O’Rode is a Colina Vista neighborhood resident who lost her home during the Thomas fire and served on the volunteer committee to select the solar contractor. O’Rode explained, “As we rebuild, we are happy to have support from the City in considering options for solar energy. There are so many decisions that we need to make; I hope that the educational workshops and discounted pricing from Solarize Ventura will make a few decisions easier for our community.” Residents who lost homes in the Thomas Fire are invited to participate in the Solarize Program regardless of the progress of their rebuild. Solarize Ventura will offer community workshops focused on the benefits and details associated with going solar. Workshops will cover solar billing rates, equipment, warrantees, financing, and tax credits. A solar coach will also be available to discuss questions as needed. Free workshops are open to the public and do not require reservations: Wednesday, June 12th 5:30 PM Poinsettia Pavilion 3451 Foothill Rd, Ventura, CA 93003 Thursday, July 11th 5:30 PM Ventura City Hall Community Meeting Room, 501 Police Street, Ventura, CA 93001 To learn more, visit SolarizeVentura.org or call the Community Environmental Council at (805) 963-0583 x101. To speak with someone at the City of Ventura about the Solarize Program, call Environmental Specialist Lars Davenport at (805) 652-4595.
Sports, Recreation and Aquatics
Teen Voice Events
Ventura Water

Calendar

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City Council Meetings
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Appointments Recommendation Committee
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Appointments Recommendation Committee Meeting
Aquatics
Charter Review Committee
City Manager
Community Development Events and Workshops
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Community Workshops & Meetings
Corporate Games
Design Review Committee
Downtown Parking Advisory Committee
Economic Development Committee
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Economic Development Committee Meeting
Environmental EventsSpecial events, activities, and education opportunities
Finance, Audit & Budget Committee
Historic Preservation Committee
Investment Committee
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Joint DRC/HPC MeetingJoint Design Review and Historic Preservation Meeting
Joint DRC/PC
Legislative Committee
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Liaison Committee (City, VUSD, VCCCD)Liaison Committee - City of Ventura, Ventura Unified School Distrist and Ventura County Community College District Meetings
Library Advisory Commission
Local Appeals Board/Housing Appeals Board
Measure O Citizens Oversight Committee
Mobile Home Rent Review Board
Music Under the Stars
Oversight Board
Parks & Recreation Commission
Photo Contest
Planning Commission
Police Department
Public Art Commission
Public Works Projects
Safe & Clean/Homelessness & Affordable Housing
Tree Advisory Committee
Volunteer Opportunities
Water Commission
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Water Commission September 26, 2017 Meeting Packet
Water Efficiency Events

Agenda Center

MethodList NameDescription
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Administrative Hearing Officer
Appointments Recommendation CommitteeConsists of three Councilmembers and is responsible for making recommendations to the entire Council regarding appointments to all the boards, commissions and committees provided for in the San Buenaventura Municipal Code.
Charter Review Committee
City CouncilView Previous Messages
Cultural Affairs Commission
Design Review Committee
Downtown Parking Advisory Committee
Economic Development Strategy CommitteeConsists of three Councilmembers and is responsible for guiding the implementation of the Economic Development Strategy and making recommendations to the entire Council on matters relating to economic development.
Finance, Audit & Budget CommitteeConsist of three Councilmembers and is responsible for making recommendations to the entire Council on matters relating to finance, audits, budget, capital planning, debt, and such related fiscal issues as may be referred to it by the Council.
Historic Preservation Committee
Investment Subcommittee
Legislative CommitteeConsists of three Councilmembers and is responsible for creating a legislative program to be presented to the City Council for adoption as the City’s legislative platform.
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Liaison Committee - City of Ventura, Ventura Unified School Distrist and VC Comm College Dist
Library Advisory Commission
Local Appeals Board / Housing Appeals BoardView Previous Messages
Measure O Citizens Oversight CommitteeReview the projected revenues and expenditures for the funds generated by Measure O and make recommendations to the City Council on the same as part of the City's budget process.
Mobile Home Rent Review Board
Mound Basin GSAMound Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Oversight BoardReview board of City-owned property for potential sale. Meetings are scheduled once annually.
Oversight Board of the Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of San Buenaventura
Parks & Recreation Commission
Planning Commission
Public Art Commission
Safe & Clean, Affordable Housing and Homelessness CommitteeConsists of three Councilmembers and is responsible for making recommendations to the entire Council on matters relating to homelessness.
Tree Advisory Committee
Ventura Council for Seniors (VCS)
Water Commission
Water Quality
Water Shortage Task Force