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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

Lake Casitas storm aftermath

After receiving 5.5 inches of rain in 24 hours, the Ojai Valley took advantage of a break in the weather to assess the damage Feb. 18. The largest benefactor of the rain, Lake Casitas, also suffered its share of problems. Santa Ana Creek, that flows through the lake's campgrounds, toppled trees and eroded ground close to several campsites. Debris partially blocked a colvert, causing water to flow over the road until it could be cleared by workers (below).

(Ojai Valley News videos by Tim Dewar)

At the Santa Ana Boat Ramp, near the Marina Cafe, the creek erodes a channel as it enters the main body of the lake.

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