The City Attorney advises the City officers in all legal matters pertaining to the business of the City. The City Attorney does not, however, provide advice to the public, even on matters involving the City.
Under the provisions of the Municipal Code, the City Manager is responsible for the administrative functions of the City.
City Clerk / Records Manager
The elected City Clerk is the local official who administers democratic processes such as elections, access to City records, and all legislative actions ensuring transparency to the public.
The Community Development Director has direct oversight for all functions of the Community Development Department.
The goal of Ojai's Finance Department is to ensure the effective and efficient management of citywide resources, provide financial expertise and guidance to the City Council and City Departments, manage the City's daily financial operations, and maintain the financial integrity of the City.
The responsibilities of the Public Works Department encompass an array of services including the Active Transportation Program Project, street rehabilitation, landscaping and lighting, and more.
The website for Ojai Parks and Recreation, based at Sarzotti Park, provides information on programs and classes, registration and more.