Weather for Ojai Valley


Businesses open in Ojai

Although many areas of the Ojai Valley suffered significant damage during the recent Thomas Fire, a vast majority of the businesses survived and are happy to be serving locals and our wonderful visitors alike. 

Throughout the recovery process, the Ojai Valley News will compile a list of businesses that are open as well as those that were impacted and may need a little time.

Click here to see the businesses open after the Thomas Fire.

Click here to see the businesses currently closed because of the Thomas Fire.

Weather for Ojai Valley

Storm coverage Jan. 22, 2017

According to the Ventura County Watershed Protection District, from 12:30 p.m. Jan. 21 until 12:30 p.m. Jan. 22, Soule Park received 1.65 inches of rain, 2.87 inches fell at Matilija Dam, 1.98 inches fell in Oak View, 1.56 inches fell at Casitas Dam and 2.23 inches fell in Meiners Oaks.

The following photos are scenes from around the valley taken Jan. 22. Ojai Valley News photos by Tim Dewar.

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Hwy. 33 and Orchard Drive.

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Reeves Road

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McNell Road

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County Public Works truck at McNell Road.

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Oak tree on Grand Avenue.

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Oak tree on Grand Avenue.

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Hudson Cowen (left) takes a walk on Grand Avenue with his grandpa, Dave Gaddis.

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Creek Road

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Creek Road

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Creek Road

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Mudslide on Creek Road.

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Mudslide on Creek Road.

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