Ventura County Updates
Ventura County operates the official Ventura County incident information website containing all current information on the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation in Ventura County.For information from the City of Oxnard, visit: www.oxnard.org/news.
COVID-19 Vaccine Sites: www.venturacountyrecovers.org
COVID-19 Testing Sites: www.venturacountyrecovers.org
Current Ventura County Public Health Orders
CA COVID-19 Rent Relief
- CA COVID-19 Rent Relief will help income-eligible households pay rent and utilities, both for past due and future payments. Visit https://housing.ca.gov/ for more information.
Oxnard utility customers can pay their bills using the following options:
|214 South C Street, Oxnard CA 93030.
|Starting June 15, 2021,the Service Center is available for in-person services Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. -12 p.m., Closed alternate Fridays.
|At 7-Eleven Stores:
|Pay in cash at a 7-Eleven near you.
(See back of your bill for information.)
|214 South C Street, Oxnard
Exterior payment box is located adjacent to the double glass doors facing the parking lot.
|(805) 385-7816 Interactive Voice Response (IVR) for payment via Visa, MasterCard or checking account.
|Visa or MasterCard via City website Online Services.
Oxnard Water is committed to providing its customers with safe, reliable, and quality water services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The City’s water supply meets all stringent state and federal drinking water requirements.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has no impact on the quality or supply of your tap water. Your tap water is safe and available to drink.
As a reminder: please do not flush wipes down the drain or toilet. “Flushable” wipes do not disintegrate, creating serious problems in our sewer system. Rather than flushing, please dispose of these products in the trash.
For more information and resources on the COVID-19 and Oxnard Water visit our Water Division.
California Public Utilities Commission
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has ordered energy, water, sewer, and communications companies under its jurisdiction to halt customer disconnections due to non-payment; this includes all cell phone companies. This action is to protect people from being shut off from non-payment because they are unable to report to work due to illness, quarantine, or social distancing and applies retroactively to March 4, 2020 when Governor Newsom declared a state of emergency.
Copies of letters sent to the utility companies and all other updates on matters concerning COVID-19 in CPUC’s jurisdiction can be found here.