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A Message to Our Visitors Regarding Covid-19

Visitor Updates

To our valued guests & customers,

We are excited to offer our community an outdoor, open air, public space to spend time and enjoy seaside amenities at a safe distance. Parking lots, restrooms, restaurants, retail shops, services and activities at Ventura Harbor Village are OPEN for visitors with safety measures in place. We asked that you please be mindful and follow our Top 10 Tips to  Seaside Safely on your visit. There are also ways to engage with the harbor virtually online. Ventura Harbor appreciates your continued support of locally-owned and operated harbor businesses. The sea is a healing place and we are glad you have chosen to visit safely.

To read the latest Public Health Officer Orders for Ventura County, please click here. See below for updates in regards to the Ventura Harbor:

MASKS – We sincerely appreciate your cooperation in following state & county mandates to wear a face covering. Masks are required to enter each and every business in Ventura Harbor Village. They are also required outdoors when social distancing is not possible. Need a new mask or forgot yours to visit? Click here for a listing of Harbor businesses where you can pick one up.

DINING AND RETAIL – Dining at harbor restaurants is inclusive of outdoor patio dining, limited indoor dining, and take out. Click here for a listing of restaurants & markets. Click here for a listing of shops open daily. We ask that visitors confirm in advance hours of operations directly with Harbor businesses, services, and markets (as these may change daily).  The Seaside Takeout Zone is on the Main Lawn in which you can bring chairs, a blanket, and/or towel to enjoy your takeout food overlooking the boats in the marina.

BOATING – Boaters have access to the Ventura Harbor public launch ramp with new guidelines and protocols in place. Click here for launch ramp rules.  Please contact businesses directly for information other boating and water recreation opportunities.

BEACHES – City of Ventura beaches, including Ventura Harbor beaches, are open for use.  Click here for more information on beaches per the City of Ventura.

SUPPORT LOCAL – Purchasing a gift card, curbside pickup, shopping online, and booking travel in advance are other ways in which the local community can support small business for shopping, dining, entertainment, and overnight stays in the Ventura Harbor. Ventura Harbor waterfront hotels are open. Click here to learn how you can lend your support to small harbor businesses.

STAY CONNECTED – We invite you to stay connected to the sea, Ventura Harbor businesses, and the Channel Islands National Park from the comfort of your home. We miss having our customers and guests seaside and want to continue to share ways to stay in touch. Click here for ways to connect virtually.

VENTURA HARBOR ADMINISTRATION – Ventura Port District closed administrative offices to the public Thursday, March 19, as a precautionary measure to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Staff is still available by phone/email. Click here to read the admin update from General Manager, Brian Pendleton.

SANITATION & SAFETY– Outdoor surfaces and restrooms continue to be regularly sanitized with increased frequency. Individual shops, restaurants, and activities have their own safety plans in place per compliance with Ventura County Health Department. We encourage all visitors and harbor residents to follow social distancing protocol, wear face coverings, and continue practice of safe hygiene. If you are sick, please save your visit to the Ventura Harbor until you are well. At Ventura Harbor Village your health, safety, and well being remains our top priority. As COVID-19 continues to impact our community and daily lives, we want to assure you that we are taking action on a daily basis to protect and support our customers and employees. Please do your part to Seaside Safely while visiting Ventura Harbor Village as well. We are closely monitoring the guidance of the County of Ventura Emergency Information and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding the spread of the virus.

Please be kind & be safe. Wearing masks is required by the Governor’s office.

The sea is a healing place.

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