Oak View Task Force

Announcement:  Oak View Pilot Parking Program

The City is launching the Oak View Pilot Parking Program (OV3P), a one-year trial program to provide 50 low-cost permitted parking spaces to 50 qualified Oak View residents (“Permittees”) from July 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023.  The parking spaces are located on the sixth level of a parking structure at 7842 Warner Avenue and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Permittees will be required to adhere to the Program Guidelines and contribute $10 per month to participate.

To qualify, Oak View residents must submit a complete application by June 1, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. to one of the locations below.  The City will then conduct a lottery to randomly select the 50 permittees.  

(1) Oak View Branch Library at 17251 Oak Lane

(2) City Hall – First Floor at 2000 Main Street, or

(3) by email to [email protected]

For detailed guidelines and an application (in English and Spanish), click on the link below:

Oak View Pilot Parking Program Application in English and Spanish

 

The Oak View Task Force & Community Meetings

In an effort to facilitate communication between City staff and the various agencies that serve the Oak View Community, the City formed the Oak View Task Force. The Oak View Community meetings present opportunity for the various agencies, community members and interested parties to meet with City staff to share information and/or concerns. Meetings consist of "round table" format, giving time for public comments and allowing attendees to report on any items of interest.

The Oak View Community

Within the boundaries of Huntington Beach is a square mile area known as “Oak View." Because the Oak View community has unique needs, the City of Huntington Beach has facilitated several facilities and programs to enhance quality of life and to better meet the diverse needs of this community.

The Oak View Community Center

The Oak View Family and Community Center first opened its doors in July 1974, as the “Oak View Center,” a community Recreation Center. At that time, the Center consisted of a mobile trailer, which was later replaced with the building and gymnasium. In 2003, the Center was transformed into a Family Resource Center, housing programs and services provided by several non-profit agencies. These services include family services, counseling and an after school recreation program. 

Oakview Center Park

Oakview PD Substation

City Council Liaisons

Kim Carr
Natalie Moser

Staff Liaison

Ashley Wysocki
Deputy Director of Community & Library Services
[email protected]

Agenda & Minutes

 


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