From the vcstar.com:
Plans to remake Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard took a small step forward Tuesday when the Ventura County Board of Supervisors hired a firm to design a new park and a monument sign at the harbor’s entrance.
Santa Barbara Park will sit on two-thirds of an acre at Channel Islands Boulevard and Peninsula Road. The sign will be in the median at the intersection of Channel Islands and Harbor boulevards, at one of the main entrances to the harbor.
The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to hire RRM Design Group, a San Luis Obispo firm, to design the park and the sign. The firm’s contract with the county will pay it up to $224,000 for the design and planning work, according to a report from Harbor Director Lyn Krieger.
The park will be named after Santa Barbara Island and will incorporate plants native to the island, as well as elements of the culture of the Chumash tribe that once lived there.
The sign is meant to provide a landmark entrance to the harbor. It will point visitors to the different areas of the harbor and also could include an art element.