ReNew Oxnard Meeting Video - 12-16-2020

ReNew Oxnard Meeting Video – 12-16-2020

A big thank you to everyone that participated in the ReNew Oxnard community meeting on December 16, 2020, to introduce the program and engage citizens in a collaborative effort to find and implement solutions for the revitalization of Oxnard communities. Participation at the meeting (via telephone and Zoom) was a big success with over 65 participants. Everyone had great questions showing a high level of interest, community pride, and engagement at the meeting.  In this post, CivicMic shares the video, slides, and chat for the meeting.

ReNew Oxnard Program - Next Steps

  • Next two weeks - The mailing and emailing of a link to take a survey online and instructions on how to obtain a hard copy of the survey.  Please use the link at the bottom of this post to subscribe and receive updates via email.
  • Late January/early February - Meetings with each community commence to discuss needs, interests, desired outcomes, and possible solutions. We anticipate multiple meetings. The frequency of meetings will be determined based on the needs of each community.

ReNew Oxnard Program - Homework

Please click here to visit our Data Center for valuable information in preparation for the next meeting.  Below are some of the valuable documents you can find in our Data Center for the City of Oxnard maintenance assessment districts.

  • The Special Districts Division organizational chart
  • The description of the maintenance levels of service
  • Fund balances
  • The most current annual report, in particular, review Part 1 with the budgets for each maintenance assessment district.
  • As requested at the meeting, the 2015 Audit, Findings, and Recommendations Report. As discussed at the meeting, the City has since corrected the audit findings.
  • Maps with the boundaries and improvements being maintained by the districts.

Important:  The maintenance of the improvements outside the communities (perimeter, parkways, medians) is funded by the general fund (not the maintenance assessment districts).


Important:  The formation of an assessment district, special tax (such as a community facilities district (also known as a "Mello-Roos")), parcel tax, and other types of property taxation must be approved by the affected property owners or registered voters.  The City can't form these districts and other types of property taxation without a vote, as prescribed by law.

Meeting Presentation Slides

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Video: ReNew Oxnard Program Introduction Meeting

Click the button to watch the video of the ReNew Oxnard Program introduction meeting on December 16, 2020.

Meeting Chat

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The City of Oxnard wishes to engage constituents in a collaborative governance effort to find and implement solutions for the revitalization and long-term viability of public improvements in and around various neighborhoods in the City thus protecting real estate values and enhancing the quality of life for its residents. Solutions are expected to include the creation of citizen advisory committees, ongoing monitoring, and adaptive management techniques to ensure the sustainability of desired outcomes and successful implementation of the agreed-upon solutions.

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