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911 Emergencies in the 805

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Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and the City of Thousand Oaks Invite You to Attend "911 Emergencies in the 805"

Saturday, July 9
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza
2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd

Drought, Fire and More

Two panels of subject experts will speak on 1) The details on local water restrictions, ways to conserve water and looking to the future 2) Exploring drought tolerant landscaping and native plants.

This FREE event will also feature booths, workshops, emergency vehicles - including fire trucks and police units, kid finger printing, and information on all kinds of Emergencies in the 805. Ventura County Behavioral Health will be there with information on fentanyl safety and overdose kits, Los Robles Regional Hospital will be doing blood pressure checks, Ventura County EMS will be teaching Hands Only CPR and Growing Works Nursery and Assemblymember Irwin will be giving away FREE native plants as long as supplies last.

Join us to gather information so that you can be prepared.

Presentation Schedule

911 in the 805 will feature these presentations and speakers:

Scherr Forum Theatre

10:30 - Drought 411 – Assemblymember Irwin will host an informative discussion with local water agencies, the Park District and Ventura County Fire regarding conservation, restrictions, future plans and how we can plan as a community for the drought.

11:45 - How to Preserve your Home Landscape in a Drought – The Ventura County Master Gardeners will explain how to preserve treasured trees and plantings, explore choices for future plantings that take into account water availability, connect fire and native aspects, and teach best practices for how to move an appropriate amount of water to those plant assets. This panel of experts will answer your questions and discuss how HOAs and residents can maintain a drought tolerant landscape.

Oak Room (Top Level)

10:45 - Insurance, What you need before and after a Fire and other Emergencies - California Department of Insurance

11:30 - Hardening Your Home Against Fire - Ventura Regional Fire Safety Council

12:15 - Ready, Set, Go-Wildfire Action Plan - Ventura County Fire Department

For more information or to inquire about a booth at the event, contact Nancy at 805-482-1904,

For more information on water conservation in Thousand Oaks, visit:

Visit the City of Thousand Oaks website.

The Conversation Continues: A Discussion on Race & Allyship


With everything our community has experienced in these last few weeks, the brutal and unjust death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement have served as a reminder that many structural inequalities still exist in our communities today. We saw many people, of all nationalities and backgrounds come together to send leaders a message that the system is still not working to serve and protect them equally.

Building stronger cross-racial alliances is important in the movement for racial equity. Upon speaking to local community organizers and leaders, we discussed how we could provide additional information about the movement, its goals, and how we can all be better allies to the Black community here in Ventura County.

I have partnered with the NAACP - Ventura County Chapter to host "The The Conversation Continues: A Discussion on Race & Allyship." This will be a Facebook Live event hosted on my Facebook page on Wednesday, July 8 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Viewers can tune in to hear from a distinguished group of Black voices in our community. If you'd like, please submit any questions beforehand.

We hope you will join us in learning more about how we all can support one another.

Be Prepared Safety Fair

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Join Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and the City of Thousand Oaks at the Be Prepared Safety Fair on the lawn of the Civic Arts Plaza. This free, family-friendly event will feature safety booths covering topics including: earthquakes, fires, floods, bike safety and much more. Explore the firetrucks and bomb squad robot, the Sheriff’s K9’s, mounted patrols, and say hi to Mc Gruff the Crime Dog at the Be Prepared Pet Pavilion

The Safety Fair Speaker Series Workshops will be presented in the meeting rooms, fountain level, at the Civic Arts Plaza, 10:00-1:00. Seating is limited. You may reserve your spot beginning April 1, by linking through this webpage or by calling 805-482-1904. 

Workshop 1 - Scam Stopper, Protect yourself from the latest Scams 
Workshop 2 - Hands Only CPR and Stop the Bleed 
Workshop 3 - For registered Faith-based groups and designated shelters- Updates on the Care and Shelter Program

Saturday, May 16, 2020
10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Park
2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
(Free parking in the structure) 

For more information contact - 805-482-1904.

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Teleconference Town Hall - TODAY

Join me and Senator Henry Stern for our fourth teleconference town hall TODAY at 4 p.m. with updates and Q&A pertaining to COVIDー19.

Call-in Information:
Toll-Free: (877) 336-1828
Access Code: 5055559

Topics we will cover include:

  • The public health response in Ventura County
  • Resources available for those who have lost employment as a result of COVIDー19
  • Information regarding local non-profits

Our invited guest speakers will answer e-mailed questions from the public. Because of the volume of callers we are expecting, live questions will not be possible. Please submit any questions you may have for our guests to:

Oxnard District Office Open House

Oxnard District Office Open House

Please join me for the grand opening of our Oxnard district office.

Enjoy light refreshments, discuss community issues and share your thoughts on legislation.

Thursday, August 20
5 – 6:30 P.M.

Heritage Square
715 South A Street, Suite 200

For more information, plaease call (805) 482-1904.

Community Conversation About Aging


Assemblymember Irwin, in partnership with the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging (VCAA) and the Congress of California Seniors, invite you to join them for a community conversation on the benefits and challenges of aging in Ventura County. The panel of experts will discuss the resources available in our communities and participants will have the opportunity to voice their ideas on what we need to age optimally in Ventura County.

There will also be area experts and representatives from Southern California Gas and Edison to discuss coping with energy disruptions, meeting our energy needs and who to call in an emergency.

Various agencies will be on hand to provide invaluable information.

Friday, November 8
10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

The Orchid Professional Building
816 Camarillo Springs Rd.
Camarillo, CA 93012

To RSVP for this event by phone, please call (805) 477-7300, and choose option 3 when prompted.

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Cybersecurity Patch Event

Registered Girl Scouts and interested Girl Scouts are encourage to join Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and the Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast to learn more about technology and cybersecurity. Girl Scouts in attendance are able to earn cybersecurity patches. You can register for the event here:

Saturday, October 12
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

CSU Channel Islands
Camarillo, CA

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Save the Date - Mental Health Fair

Let's Talk About...

  • Our mind/body/soul
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Knowing Your Rights
  • Indigenous Healing
  • Social Media Safety
  • Drug & Alcohol Abuse
  • Safety & Anxiety during these trying times

Saturday, November 16
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Ventura County Office of Education
5100 Adolfo Road
Camarillo, CA 93012

Transportation, continental breakfast and boxed lunch, as well as interpretation provided.

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District Cybersecurity Hearing

Join Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin and the Select Committee on Cybersecurity for a special district hearing. The hearing will focus on the best practices for small businesses and professionals as well as the threat of business email compromise.

Cohosted by California State University, Channel Islands.

Friday, May 10
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Cal State University Channel Islands (CSUCI) – Malibu Hall
1 University Dr.
Camarillo, CA 93012

To reserve your spot, RSVP online below or call (805) 482-1904.

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Healing Social Media Burnout: Creating Balance

You’re invited to Healing Social Media Burnout: Creating Balance, a workshop for women.

Thursday, May 9
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.

UFCW Local 770
816 Camarillo Springs Rd.
Camarillo, CA 93012

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My office is proud to present Healing Social Media Burnout: Creating Balance, a workshop to help us navigate the interactions on social media. While social media can provide incredible avenues for connection, even typical use can lead to intense emotional and psychological strain. There’s evidence that the ability to connect with others via various social media platforms, as well as text messages, can help strengthen social ties and keep us more attuned to our mental and physical health.

However, there’s also evidence that such interactions stifle human connectivity, lower elf-esteem, make users feel overwhelmed and stressed. For many, feelings of excitement that used to surround social media have shifted into feelings of dread and obligation, especially those who use social media as a means to promote their own businesses and personal brands, or who run various social media pages as a part of their employment. The critical questions we all need to ask are: “How are we using it?” and “How can we tip the balance to amplify positives and lessen the negatives?”

This workshop is designed to help you overcome the challenges from social media that may be keeping you from thriving in the workplace, as well as, give you skills for realizing greater and authentic influence in your digital communities.

We will be covering the critical topic of social media, the stress it induces, and different ways to manage it. During this event, social media strategist and founder of #DONTCALLMEPRETTY Aly Nagel, will guide us through healing social media burnout, and will equip us with the tools and systems to navigate a world that increasingly depends on various social platforms.

This event is FREE and open to the public, but space is limited so please reserve your spot today.