City of Oxnard

Measure E Update

Measure E Slides Updates

The City Council approved $5.6 million in Measure E funds for restoring parks, trees, and median maintenance beginning on July 1, 2021. In this post, CivicMic shares the Measure E slides updates for August 2021 which go into more detail about how the funds are being utilized to revitalize Oxnard neighborhoods. Measure E Slides Updates (To view, click the video below.) Want to receive updates? Subscribe to receive updates via email and get our free publications! Click Here to Subscribe Looking for just the data? Click the button to visit our data center for this project. Oxnard Data Center Looking …

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ReNew Oxnard Update

ReNew Oxnard Update

We appreciate all the volunteers that have been working diligently to engage fellow community members in the effort to improve the landscaping and revitalize the neighborhood. In this post, CivicMic provides all involved Oxnard communities with a ReNew Oxnard update. ReNew Oxnard Update Currently, $5.6 million in Measure E funds have been approved by City Council for certain services and maintenance. Beginning on July 1, 2021, the City started relying on these funds for things like: Restoring tree pruning maintenance and other tree maintenance Restoring weekly mowing and other park maintenance Restoring median landscape maintenance Measure E funds will be …

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Measure E Slides

ReNew Oxnard: Measure E Slides

The City of Oxnard has been working with CivicMic and Oxnard communities to figure out the most optimal funding solutions to help revitalize the City. One funding solution that has been approved is Measure E. The City Council approved $5.6 million in Measure E funds for restoring parks, trees, and median maintenance beginning on July 1, 2021. In this post, CivicMic shares the informational Measure E slides. These slides go further into detail about what these funds will be used for. Measure E Slides (To view, click the video below.) Want to receive updates? Subscribe to receive updates via email …

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Team 3-10 Citizens Committee

ReNew Oxnard Team 3-10 Citizens Committee Update

In this post, CivicMic shares ReNew Oxnard’s Team 3-10 citizens committee update. Volunteers have been participating in the citizens committee and working together to engage fellow community members in finding solutions to revitalize the following Oxnard communities: Country Club Estates River Ridge ReNew Oxnard Team 3-10 Citizens Committee Update Country Club Estates Citizens committee members have been actively engaging fellow community members to find the best possible solutions for improvements to the community’s landscaping. Currently, it has been determined that there is community support for a higher level of landscaping improvements in and outside of the community, as well as …

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Renew Oxnard Team 25-52-55

Renew Oxnard Team 25-52-55 Citizens Committee Update

In this post, CivicMic shares ReNew Oxnard’s Team 25-52-55 citizens committee update. We appreciate all the volunteers that have been working diligently to engage the community in the collaborative governance process to improve the landscaping and revitalize the neighborhood. Renew Oxnard Team 25-52-55 Citizens Committee Update The citizens committee has been working to engage community members to obtain support to move forward with improvements to the landscaping in the neighborhoods. Members from The Pointe neighborhood have been handing out flyers for a community meeting in a resident’s garage to discuss specific goals and priorities for improvements and solutions, including volunteering …

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Bonded Community Facilities Districts

Introduction to Bonded Community Facilities Districts

Background What are Community Facilities Districts? Community Facilities Districts (“CFDs”), also known as Mello-Roos Districts, are special tax districts that were created in 1982 through the Mello-Roos Community Facilities Act of 1982 as a means of obtaining additional public funding and financing for various services and infrastructural improvements in California by imposing special taxes on property. In bonded CFDs, improvements are funded through the sale of land-secured municipal bonds. Property owners within the district boundaries pay an annual special tax until the debt service on the bonds is completely paid off over a designated period. CFDs were created by and …

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