Category : Regulation

Residents and businesses have more green energy choices

Green Tariff Shared Renewables Program In California, we are fortunate that our state positions itself at the forefront of the global fight against climate change. The groundbreaking AB32, the Global Warming Solutions Act, and its associated implementation laws have served as model legislation for other…

0 Comments / 59 View / September 30, 2016

Water Conservation Rules Relaxed, but Drought Still Here

At the July 12, City Council meeting the Council voted to move to a Level 1 water conservation level effective August 1. This change will allow outside irrigation three times a week during the summer and two times a week in the winter…

1 Comment / 1753 View / July 28, 2016

Water Conservation & Turf Rebates

Water Conservation & Turf Rebates

Great News! The City of Thousand Oaks has conserved an average of 29% water community-wide for the month of June 2015 as compared to 2013, according to City water data. This number was comprised by averaging June water reduction figures among the…

4 Comments / 680 View / July 21, 2015

Thousand Oaks Saves Water

The State of California is in the midst of a severe drought and has mandated all communities to significantly reduce water usage. In response, Thousand Oaks City Council adopted a Drought Action Plan and declared a Level 2 Water Supply…

10 Comments / 2192 View / June 1, 2015

Vote for Best “Safe Product Label”

The EPA encourages the public to vote on what they think is the best “Safe Product Label”

0 Comments / 209 View / October 20, 2014

City Searching for Volunteers to Join Oak & Landmark Tree Committee

City searches for voluteers for Oak and Landmark Tree Committee

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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is April 26th

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is April 26th

Pharmaceutical and Needles (Sharps) Disposal: It is Earth Week, and Saturday, April 26 is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Properly disposing of medicines and needles is important to human health and the environment.Here is what the US EPA has to suggest if you…

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T. Oaks in 50 Years – Highrises, Pod Housing, Zero Waste?

What will the future City of Thousand Oaks look like? How will we change over the next 50 years? Make your voice heard at the City’s upcoming “Vision 2064” meetings.

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February 13 & 20 CSUCI Speaker’s Series: Fire Weather Threats and Flash Floods

We are currently experiencing drought conditions which can lead to fires and subsequent threats of flash floods and debris flows. This CSU speaker series will address these issues and how partnerships with local services can help minimize potential damage.

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Poisoning of Children, Pets & Wildlife Leads to Rodenticide Ban

Thousand Oaks Residents and Businesses Urged to Discontinue Use of Rodenticides

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Apartment Recycling in Thousand Oaks is a Success!

State mandatory commercial recycling legislation and new resources from the City of Thousand Oaks bring recycling to apartment residents in need.

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