The City of Port Hueneme's public facilities are for your enjoyment and the enjoyment of others.
As we approach our upcoming mid-term budget review, please know the City is committed to continuing to provide the quality of life services you expect and deserve.
Historically, the Army Corps of Engineers (COE) has dredged the Channel Islands Harbor and replenished sand on Hueneme Beach every two years.
The City of Port Hueneme recently received notification that it has met the requirements for "TreeCityUSA" designation from the National Arbor Day Foundation.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 16, 2019
For more information contact:
Rod Butler, City Manager
CITY COUNCIL TO RECEIVE AN UPDATE ON ORMOND BEACH, THE HOMELESS SITUATION, AND EFFORTS TO PROTECT THE CITY OF PORT HUENEME RESIDENTS AT T...
The Public Works Department advises the public that theWalter B. Moranda Park: Parking Lot will be closed nightly starting April 1st,2019. Currently, park hours are from 6 AM to 10 PM, the parking lot will followthe same hours and the recently insta...
The Police Department has created a Disaster Preparedness step-by-step guide for residents. See attached link.
The City of Port Hueneme no longer issues group/block or large complex Yard Sale permits.
Any resident who would like to have a sale would need to purchase an individual permit at City Hall prior to the sale.
Port Hueneme Police Department utilizes the Ventura County Emergency Operations Center's VC Alert Emergency Notification System to provide information in the event of an emergency. Click the logo above to register additional phone numbers for Port Hueneme...Read on...
City of Port Hueneme residents now have the convenience of recycling their Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (“CFBs”) and household batteries at a number of local drop-off sites in the City, free of charge!
Informational document on ways to prepare for and survive the potential strike of a tsunami to the Pacific coast.
The US Geological Society ( http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/91/ ) provides a series of short videos to help your preparedness in case of a tsuna...more
Southern California Edison would like to remind customers that safety around electricity is critically important. NEVER touch a power line, whether overhead or on the ground, and if you ever see a downed power line, please call 9-1-1. Read on...
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