•  Organizations in Oak Park

     
    Below are brief descriptions of various organizations in Oak Park.  Click on the links below to visit each organization's website.
     
    Oak Park Education Foundation augments the resources available to Oak Park schools and preserves programs that are in danger of reduction. Its mission is to keep and maintain quality staff and provide Oak Park students with the best possible educational experience.
     
    The Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council makes recommendations to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Resource Management Agency, Local Agency Formation Commission and chief administrative officer. The council is composed of five elected members. The council meets monthly. Further information about elected officials; districts, etc. can be obtained by calling the office of Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks at (805) 214-2510. 
     
    Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District have over 50 parks and trails. Oak Park is home to 11 of those parks, including the Community Center and Gardens and the Dog Park. 
     
    The Community Foundation for Oak Park is a non-profit charitable organization established in 1979 to benefit the residents and community of Oak Park. Each of the organizations listed below is the activity committee operating in Oak Park under the authority of the Community Foundation. 
     
    • Oak Park Instrumental Music Association the purpose of OPIMA, or the Oak Park Instrumental Music Association,  is to support, enhance and promote the Instrumental Music Programs within the Oak Park Unified School District.
    • Oak Park Performing Arts Alliance supports the visual and performing arts curricula and activities throughout the Oak Park Unified School District, with current emphasis directed towards Oak Park High School. By doing so, the Alliance hopes to contribute to the cultural opportunities of the entire Oak Park community.
    • Oak Park Neighborhood School Parent Advisory Board supports the pre-school operated by the Oak Park Unified School District, partially with grants from the tobacco tax (Proposition 10).
    • Friends of the Oak Park Library supports the operation of the Oak Park Library, a unique facility that is both a public and high school library.
    • Oak Park Community Garden operates a community garden in Oak Park on the north-west corner of Kanan and Sunnycrest. Activities also include seed and plant exchanges and field trips to public gardens.
     
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Last Modified on October 16, 2017