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Pat Zumbrun
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Email Pat at patz4re@aol.com  
Cell: (805) 340-9338
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Email Dave  at zman4re@aol.com
Cell: (805) 340-9339
BRE #01227683

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Ventura Beaches Open Up With Limited Use During COVID-19

Back in mid-March, Governor Gavin Newsom issued his Stay at Home order for the state of California. Government officials eased these restrictions a little bit in mid-April. While restaurants still only offer to-go or delivery options, golf courses, bike shops, and car lots opened back up to the public. From April 4th to April 20th, Ventura beaches shut down due to COVID-19 concerns. However, as of April 20th, local officials opened up Ventura Beaches for limited usage. They want the public to enjoy our gorgeous Southern California weather but strongly encourage continued social distancing.

Officials allow Ventura beaches to gradually open back up to the public but strict restrictions of use and social distancing guidelines are in place to keep us safe during COVID-19.

Ventura Beaches Limited Use

What’s Allowed?

For now, officials allow the following activities on Ventura beaches, parks, trails, and pathways:

  • Walking
  • Hiking
  • Biking
  • Running
  • Jogging
  • Ocean activities (swimming, surfing, parasailing, boating)

What’s Not Allowed?

  • Group gatherings
  • Sitting or standing
  • Lying down
  • Fishing

Search Ventura County homes for saleFor now, playgrounds, skate parks, picnic areas, pools, public restrooms, baseball fields, tennis courts, and parking lots remain off-limits for public gatherings. However, the modified order from Ventura officials allows public gatherings of people as long as they stay in the cars with the windows rolled up. And the gathering must be in an open-air location/outdoor venue. Cars cannot be parked closer than six feet from each other and cannot contain more than five people at a time.

Remember, though, to stay at least six feet from others that don’t reside in your household. We’re not in the clear from possible COVID-19 exposure. Even when asymptomatic, you may still infect others in your friends and family circle that are vulnerable to this disease. If we all adhere to social distancing rules, wash our hands regularly for at least 20 seconds at a time, and disinfect doorknobs, countertops, and other high traffic areas of our houses, we can open the entire state back up soon. Do your part to stay healthy and safe.

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Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013

The City of Ventura is still looking for volunteers for Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013 this Sat, Sept 21st.Everyone associates Southern California living with the beach lifestyle.  That’s certainly true with Ventura County residents.  With the influx of people spending time on our gorgeous beaches, there is a wave of litter left in their wake.  The City of Ventura is still looking for volunteers to help them solve this issue at Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013.

What: Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013
Where: Ventura County Parks and Beaches
When: Saturday, September 21st, 9am to 12pm

Volunteers are needed for five separate Ventura County areas on Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013:

Search the MLS for Ventura County homes for saleIf you’re interested in volunteering at one of these beaches/parks, please click on their name listed above.  On the morning of Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013, volunteers must report to their appropriate location.  If possible, please bring a bucket or reusable grocery bag to collect trash in.  Gloves are highly recommended.  Protect yourself from the sun with a brimmed hat, sunscreen and sunglasses.  It’s important to keep hydrated, so bring a reusable water bottle with you.  This will also help lessen the amount of trash to clean up at the end of the day.

The City of Ventura invites citizens of all ages to help with Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013.  Anyone under 12 years old, however, must be accompanied by either their parent or adult guardian and have a signed waiver to participate.  You can download the waiver in English here or in Spanish here.  Waivers will also be made available at the sign-in locations.

Help keep our coastline clean for many more generations to enjoy.  Volunteer for Ventura Coastal Cleanup Day 2013 now.  Thank you!

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