Ventura county's second largest city, Thousand Oaks is a sprawling residential community encompassing part of Westlake Village and Newbury Park. Residents enjoy mild weather year round, cooler than that of neighboring Agoura Hills and Calabasas. #LiveWorkPlayHere
135,999 people live in Thousand Oaks, where the median age is 46.3 and the average individual income is $54,983.34. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Thousand Oaks has 49,154 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Thousand Oaks do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 135,999 people call Thousand Oaks home. The population density is 1,080.73 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Ventura county's second largest city, Thousand Oaks is a sprawling residential community encompassing part of Westlake Village and Newbury Park. Residents enjoy mild weather year round, cooler than that of neighboring Agoura Hills and Calabasas. The neighborhoods here are serene, and offer larger lot sizes for the money and custom, less "cookie cutter" style homes compared to surrounding areas. As it's the largest town in the Conejo Valley, Thousand Oaks gives residents city conveniences without the congestion.
Burbank: 10.6 miles / 20-35 minutes by car / 60-70 minutes by transit
Century City: 8.9 miles / 30-70 minutes by car / 70 minutes by transit
Downtown LA: 2.1 miles / 5-20 minutes by car / 20 minutes by transit / 15 minutes by bike
Santa Monica: 15 miles / 40-75 minutes by car / 85 minutes by transit
Meadows Arts And Technology Elementary School (Charter) - Rated 9/10 via GreatSchools.org
Lang Ranch (Public) - Rated 9/10 via GreatSchools.org
Wildwood Elementary School (Public) - Rated 9/10 via GreatSchools.org
Bridges Charter School (Charter) - Rated 8/10 via GreatSchools.org
Colina Middle School (Public) - Rated 7/10 via GreatSchools.org
Thousand Oaks High School (Public) - Rated 7/10 via GreatSchools.org
Though there is no designated "downtown" in Thousand Oaks, the city does have plans in place to create one. Between Oaks Mall and Janss Marketplace, there is no shortage of shopping and entertainment for the Thousand Oaks's residents! Restaurants and bars tend to be spread out with more fine dining options in nearby Westlake Village. With its ample space, outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate nearby access to Wildwood Regional Park which offers 27 miles of visitor-use hiking trails and access to gorgeous Paradise Falls. Other spots of note: The Gardens of the World for a leisurely stroll through a serene botanical garden, the Chumash Indian Museum for an educational experience, and Alma Sol Winery for a fun tasting adventure.
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