Working to Ensure Responsible Development in Midtown Ventura
Our mission is to advocate for responsible development that does not negatively impact the safety and welfare of the Midtown Ventura Citizens
Responsible development will preserve our beautiful city’s small-town charm and heritage architectural styles
Updates and Happenings:
- Haley Point Appeal Scheduled for Monday, July 12, 2021 at 6:00pmHALEY POINT APPEAL UPDATE The Haley Point appeal hearing has been re-scheduled for Monday, July 12 at 6:00pm An appeal has formally been filed by a member of the Midtown Ventura Coalition. The cost of the appeal was $1,000. Funds from the GoFundMe account were used to cover the cost of this appeal and legal fees related to […]
- Upcoming Planning Commission Meeting Write to the Planning Commission by Tuesday, May 25 at 5:00pmThe Planning Commission meeting, to approve the Haley Point Project, is scheduled for Wednesday, May 26 at 6:00 pm. We encourage you to write to the Planning Commission and state your concerns. Below is a list of suggested requests and concerns to raise with the Planning Commission. Send your letters by Tuesday, May 25 at […]
- Mid-Town Ventura Neighborhood PetitionHave your voice heard!!!! Sign the petition to LIMIT the “proposed” density of Haley Point and follow the parking and traffic safety standards of the city of Ventura as written in the San Buenaventura Municipal Code in order to protect the Health, Safety and Welfare of our neighborhood and Community. It is important for our […]
- April 25th – City Hall DemonstrationOn Sunday, April 25, residents opposed to the density and lack of on-site parking at the proposed Haley Point Project, came out in force to express their concerns. The group peacefully walked in protest from Main St. to City Hall. Local Ventura newspaper reporters covered the demonstration. City Councilman Mike Johnson showed up and spoke […]
- April 10th – Resident’s DemonstrationOn Saturday, April 10, 2021 one hundred+ residents came out to Channel Drive to show support for reducing the proposed density of the Haley Point Project by Orange County developer, Warmington. Midtown residents are not opposed to the Haley Point development, but are instead opposed to the density of the development as proposed. The developer is proposing 72 units […]
If we don’t take care of Midtown, who will?
Big-box development from out of town threatens the style, charm, and safety of midtown Ventura. Join together with the Midtown Ventura Coalition to tell the city that we care!