Over the past year, I have worked with local leaders and stakeholders to secure over $13 million in much needed investments for 15 community projects throughout Ventura County and the Conejo Valley. 

From a state-of-the-art telecommunications system for local law enforcement agencies to municipal water and sewer pipeline replacements to building a new public library to improvements to our transportation systems, these community projects will not only meet the unique needs of our region but they will also bolster our local economic growth and create good-paying jobs.

The projects that will directly benefit California’s 26th Congressional District residents include: 

  • $963,000 to upgrade the regional public safety radio system for the County of Ventura
  • $959,752 to replace aging water pipes in Oxnard
  • $500,000 to design and build the Santa Clara River Levee in Oxnard
  • $850,000 for a new zero-emission street sweeper in the City of Port Hueneme 
  • $959,752 to replace the mesa water tanks in Santa Paula
  • $500,000 for the rehabilitation of the Santa Clara River Levee System (SCR-1) in Santa Paula
  • $850,000 to replace the deteriorating bridge at the intersection of Las Posas Road and Ventura Boulevard in Camarillo
  • $850,000 for the construction of the new 18,000 sq.ft. city library in Moorpark
  • $1,383,068 for the design and construction of the water pumps microgrid in Thousand Oaks
  • $959,752 to build the stormwater capture and diversion project in Thousand Oaks
  • $1,383,068 to design and build the Civic Center Microgrid Project in Agoura Hills
  • $1,616,279 for the implementation of the Bikeway Master Plan in Agoura Hills
  • $268,283 to rehabilitate the Barnard Street Bridge in Simi Valley
  • $67,000 to implement the 911 Live Project in Simi Valley
  • $963,000 to upgrade the public safety communications system in the City of Ventura

I am proud to have secured these resources that will make our communities healthier, safer, and stronger. 

Recently, I joined the County of Ventura and its community partners in securing $12 million for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across the region. Because of the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, we are making critical investments to ensure that residents, businesses, and visitors to the region are able to utilize a cleaner, safer, and more accessible transportation network.

The promise of greener, healthier communities holds great weight in the work that I do in Congress. Alongside advocating for environmental sustainability efforts and taking action to address the climate crisis, I am working to ensure that Ventura County and Conejo Valley residents have safe and reliable modes of transportation and transit to travel to and from their destinations.

For more information on my work in Congress, please visit my website at juliabrownley.house.gov and follow me on Facebook, X (formerly known as Twitter), Instagram, and YouTube. As always, if you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact my office at (805) 379-1779. I’m here to help!


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