Any person is privileged to attend in person or view the meeting online to provide comments on this matter.
Observe the Planning Commission hearings streaming live at:
The following information is provided to help you understand, follow, and participate in the Planning Commission hearing.
Public comment is the opportunity for members of the public to participate in hearings by addressing the Planning Commissioners with one or more agenda or non-agenda items. Provide comments using one of the following options:
1) Public Comment in Person - Attend the hearing located in the Board of Supervisors Hearing Room in the Hall of Administartion building at 800 S. Victoria Avenue, Ventura CA 93009.
2) Public comments using Zoom:
Please CLICK HERE for registration to speak during the Planning Commission Hearing. Please provide your name, email, and the phone number. Once your registration has been approved, you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting link and password. The participation information is unique to you, please do not share as it may cause issues with your ability to join the meeting.
We encourage you to register in advance of the meeting to ensure that you receive the Zoom credentials prior to the item being heard. Requests to make live public comment on an agenda item will be accepted until the public comment time for each agenda item is complete. If you wish to make live public comments, you must be connected to the meeting prior to the close of the public comment period for that item.
County staff is unable to provide technical assistance if you experience any issues.
3) Email or Drop-off Public Comment in Advance of the Meeting
If you wish to make a comment on a specific agenda item, please submit your comment to the Case Planner for that item via email or drop-off at the Planning Counter in the Hall of Administration by 3:30 p.m. on the day prior to the hearing.
Please indicate in the Subject Line the Agenda Item Number on which you are commenting. Your email or letter will be distributed to the Planning Commissioners and placed into the item’s record at the Planning Commission hearing.