Cabrillo’s origins were rooted in an act of radical solidarity. The year was 1975, and the Labor Camp was known as Cabrillo Village, occupied by low-income… read more
For the first time in the Oxnard Salsa Festival’s 26-year history, Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation will participate in the “Dancing With Our Community Stars” competition. After… read more
Citizens Business Bank has awarded a $10,000 grant to Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation in support of its after-school Homework Club program for farmworkers and other low-income… read more
Ventura County and our 10 incorporated cities are required to plan for 19,158 homes, according to the Regional Housing Needs Analysis (RHNA) goals for the period of 2014-2021. Individual cities are responsible for meeting their assigned housing goals, while the county government is responsible for housing construction in unincorporated areas. Are we close, or on track to meeting these goals? Sadly, no, according to the California Department of Housing and Community Development.