April 30, 2010 RSS feed / Community

City eases irrigation limits for summer

Users allowed 45 minutes per station

As the days get warmer and longer, landscapes will require more water. City/Waterworks District No. 8 customers may increase irrigation to 45 minutes per station per week before 9 a.m. and after 5 p.m. starting immediately. More...

Youth said to have committed 151 acts of vandalism

A male juvenile, 17, of Simi Valley was cited and released to his family on April 22 for multiple incidents of tagging. More...

Simi native joins CHP

EYES ON THE ROADS— Peter A. Reniger was among 117 new California Highway Patrol officers sworn in recently. A lifelong resident of Simi Valley, Reniger is a graduate of Royal High School and the California Maritime Academy. More...

Troops Triumph Through Teamwork

VCC Ronald Reagan District Boy Scouts of America Camporee 2010’s weekend event celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts, bringing More...

CASA offers volunteer orientation

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) will have an informational orientation from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thurs., May 13 at 1305 Del Norte Road, Ste. 230, Camarillo. More...

Post office wants public’s help to catch mail thieves

$10,000 reward offered

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying people responsible for mail theft in Simi Valley. More...

County breaking ground on fire station

The Ventura County Fire Department will host a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Fire Station 43 at 1 p.m. Mon., May 3 at 5850 E. Los Angeles Ave., at the corner of Yosemite Avenue in Simi Valley. More...

City-owned condo up for sale

The city of Simi Valley is accepting applications from low-income households to purchase a city-owned affordable three-bedroom house in the Verandahs project west of Sinaloa Road, approximately one block south of Los Angeles Avenue. More...

Council decision preserves senior advocacy program

Advisory committee recommended that funding be stopped

The City Council divvied up thousands of dollars in federal government grants Monday to help provide services and housing for moderate- and lower-income individuals in the community. More...

Community Briefs

Plant sale will help public library The Busy Hands Garden Club invites gardeners to take advantage of low prices and a wide variety of plants at its annual plant sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...