Attention all developers! This is the last call to submit proposals to develop
a mix of retail and residential properties in historic downtown Oxnard. The Oxnard Community
Development Commission Successor Agency and the City of Oxnard are inviting developers to
submit proposals for the development of property groupings known as Plaza Park North (Group
C) and Plaza Park South (Group F).
In 2016, the City of Oxnard-- in conjunction with the Congress for the new Urbanism (CNU)
California Chapter - solicited community input regarding transforming the downtown into a
vibrant, pedestrian-friendly area that includes housing, shopping, dining and parking.
The CNU used the public’s feedback to develop the Downtown Oxnard Vision Plan , which
includes surrounding Plaza Park with multi-story, mixed-use buildings, including restaurants,
with active ground floor uses that front the Park; creating a downtown arts hub that connects
restaurants with the arts; creating a plaza at the north end of Plaza Park; and implementing a
parking management plan.
Each proposal should include the following information:
1. A letter of introduction that includes a summary of the developer’s basic qualifications,
experience, and past projects of similar nature and size.
2. Description of the proposed project.
3. Relevant project experience.
4. A brief summary of the developer’s approach and anticipated timing related to planning,
design, approvals, financing, phasing, development, construction and operation.
5. Proposed purchase price for the properties. If a developer is submitting an offer for a group
of properties, the offer should specify the purchase price assigned to each of the parcels that
are part of that group.
Group C (Plaza Park North) contains 17 parcels bordered by West Fourth Street and South “C”
Street, between Plaza Park and South “B” Street, and includes the former Social Security
Building. Two parcels are owned by the Successor Agency; nine are owned by the Oxnard
Parking Authority; four are owned by the City of Oxnard; and two are privately owned.
Note: The city would consider the inclusion of 0.36 acres along North Fifth Street for any
proposed project. North Fifth Street is available for outdoor seating, but it must remain
open for weekly Farmer’s Markets, ongoing public events and other special events at
Group F (Plaza Park South) contains 14 parcels bordered by West Fifth Street and West Sixth
Street, between South “C Street and South “B” Street. Two parcels are owned by the Successor
Agency; four are owned by the Oxnard Parking Authority; three are owned by the City of
Oxnard; and five are privately owned.
All proposals from developers must be submitted no later than 4 p.m., Friday, May 11, to the
Oxnard City Clerk’s office, 300 West Third Street, Oxnard.
For more information about submitting proposals, contact Economic Development Director
Kym Horner at (805) 385-7407, or visit the past Request for Qualifications for Group C and
Group F .
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Rock Solid Leadership Seminar
"4 SIMPLE STEPS TO BUILDING WINNING TEAMS"
A condensed 90 minute Leadership Training with Emotional Intelligence experts Dr. Laura Ciel and William Poett, co-authors of Rock Solid From the Bedroom to the Boardroom.
Save the Date May 24th 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce
600 Hampshire Road, Suite 200, Thousand Oaks, CA 93061
Early Bird Special $27 - $47 at the door
Receive a FREE Signed Copy of Rock Solid!
If you can't join us you can participate live on Facebook for $10 registration fee
Please contact your staffing consultant or Corinne Stapenhorst to RSVP!
Your first step in Express Pros Advanced Leadership Training:
Learn how Emotionally Intelligent Leaders are changing how we think about business, our teams and ourselves
About Dr. Laura Ciel and William Poett, Co-Founders Life Advance International.
Dr. Laura inspires transformation through her open heart, clarity, integrity and intense passion for anyone to have the opportunity to live a full and vibrant life, no matter the circumstances. She has a BA in Economics/Business from UCLA, an MA and PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and has studied at the Université de Grenoble in France as well as the Coaches Training Institute (CTI France). She has worked for almost 30 years with individuals and teams facing challenging and/or tragic situations and knows the power of love and the gift of being true to yourself.
William believes that love is the most powerful force on earth and service the highest calling. Holding 11 degrees of Black Belt and a former close quarter combat instructor, Bill is author of the breakthrough training book The ABC's of Peak Performers and Live and Love Fearlessly. Bill’s martial arts background brings a no nonsense approach to our teams and the clients that we serve. After thirty years as a Peak Performance expert, training members of America’s most elite military, corporate, and athletic teams, Bill is ready, willing and able to serve you.
Women United, an affinity group within United Way of Ventura County is hosting its second Annual Luncheon on Thursday, May 17 at the California Lutheran University, Gilbert Sports & Fitness Center. Proceeds from the luncheon will support programs targeting single-mothers in need in Ventura County who are committed to improving their station in life. “We’re excited to host our second annual luncheon, along with co-hosts California Lutheran University and Sage Publishing and our Event Sponsor Procter and Gamble. Our goal for this luncheon is twofold – we want to raise lots of money to assist single moms in the county and more importantly, we want to build awareness about United Women and its mission,” said Leanne Neilson, Chair of Women United.
The keynote speaker for the luncheon is Dr. Brenda Combs. She is an inspirational, single mother, and an educated speaker that brings her story to life. From rags to riches, from homeless to hero. She once was a homeless crack addict, and criminal, and now she is a highly respected professional speaker that has earned her doctorate. She is a leader in society with an emphasis on education. “We are so fortunate to have Dr. Brenda Combs as our speaker for our second luncheon. She knows firsthand the plight of the single-mother; she is an extraordinary speaker,” said Erin Simqui, Event Chair.
The luncheon will kick-off at 11:00 a.m. with check-in and networking and from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. – sit down luncheon, guest speaker, educational awards presented to our 3 Ventura County Community College single mother students, followed by a questions and answers session. Sponsorship opportunities and tables are available at the following levels:
For more information about the Women United Second Annual Luncheon and to purchase a table or individual tickets go to www.vcunitedway.org. To become an event sponsor or for information on joining Women United please contact Vicki Raven at 805-485-6288, ext. 229 or email Vicki.Raven@vcunitedway.org. The deadline for sponsorships and ticket/table purchases is May 11.
About Women United:The mission of the United Way of Ventura County’s Women United is to mobilize the power of women as change-makers, creating a community where women, families and communities thrive. Its main focus is supporting single-mothers and empowering them through financial capability and education, which is a critical first step to building stronger communities. Women United is comprised of a diverse group of women leaders who are engaged with philanthropy, volunteerism and advocacy.
Earning and maintaining the trust and confidence of donors and stakeholders is critical to nonprofit success.
As nonprofit professionals and executive leaders, we must abide by the highest ethical practices. Chief among these practices include financial transparency, honoring the donor’s intent, following gift acknowledgement and reporting regulations, and accurate, honest communications – to name just a few.
Also imperative, is creating a code of ethics for your organization that informs fundraising practices and board room decisions. Attendees of this two-hour workshop with nonprofit legal expert, Roy Schneider will explore these and other ethical practices inherent to board governance and fundraising.
Cal Lutheran - Oxnard Center
2201 Outlet Center Dr.
Oxnard, CA 93036
Room Number: Room 104
Why this workshop is important to attend...
It's important to understand and appreciate the ethical obligations staff and board members need to have toward their nonprofit and the public, and to understand the process of designing a Code of Ethics, particularly in the area of fundraising for your organization.
Maintaining high ethical standards will help assure that an organization complies with the legal standards required to be a nonprofit, particularly a charity, and retain donor trust.
- Roy Schneider, Schneiders & Associates, LLP
What past attendees have said:
About Roy Schneider
Roy Schneider is a nationally recognized attorney in Nonprofit law and speaks regularly before attorneys, accountants and Nonprofit boards. He advises his Nonprofit clients with respect to all matters relating to management and operation of their organizations, including compliance with state and federal laws and regulations in order for the organization to maintain its state exempt status. He assists boards with negotiating, drafting and enforcing contracts, interpreting existing agreements, and alternative dispute resolution.
Roy’s practice areas also include business planning, entity formation, mergers, acquisitions and sales of businesses, employment law, contracts, transactional matters of all kinds, real estate transactions, estate planning and non-profit law. He has authored several articles on employment issues and frequently lectures to business owners regarding various employment topics such as employees vs. independent contractors, sexual harassment in the workplace, overtime, meal and rest breaks, and hiring, disciplining and terminating employees and employment law updates.