Thousand Oaks has it all…fabulous dining, shopping, theater, nightlife, movies, libraries and public recreation facilities. The Oaks Mall, with Nordstrom, Macy’s & JCPenny, and Janss Marketplace, with Sears, Toys R Us, Old Navy & Burlington Coat Factory, offer wonderful shopping, and “the Lakes” has a lovely lake area with fabulous restaurants (PF Changs, California Pizza Kitchen, Sabor, Claim Jumper & Umami Burger) and is located right next to the Civic Arts Theater which offers life plays, speakers, and recitals. The Thousand Oaks Auto Mall is one of the largest in the nation. Cal Lutheran University is a wonderful college in town. Thousand Oaks is surrounded by almost 15,000 acres of natural open space, and has 75 miles of trails for exploring, hiking or biking. It is a wonderful community to live in.

Beautiful Thousand Oaks (2:04)

Life in 1000 Oaks (12:20)

Thousand Oaks Shopping (6:45)

Oaks Mall (9:05)
Janss Mall (2:43)
Lakes (:52)

Conejo Valley School District

Acacia Elementary
Conejo Elementary
Glenwood Elementary
Ladera Elementary
Lang Ranch Elementary
Madrona Elementary
Weathersfield Elementary
Wildwood Elementary
Colina Middle School
Los Cerritos Middle School
Redwood Middle School
Thousand Oaks High School

 Electricity: So Cal Edison 800.655.4555
Gas: So Cal Gas 800.427.2200
Water: Cal American
Water: City of Thousand Oaks 805.449.2201
Cable: Spectrum 855.243.8892
Cable: Frontier 877.409.7207
Telephone: Verizon 800.483.4000
Trash: Newbury Disposal 805.647.1414




Thousand Oaks Restaurants (4:52)

Akio's Sushi
Allegro Pizza
Alpine Deli
Ameci Pizza
Arby's Roast Beef
Bada Sushi
Badass Tacos
Baja Fresh
Bandits BBQ
Been Crazy Coffee
Bellagio Café
Benvenuti Deli
Blue Stove
Buca di Beppo
Burger King
California Pizza Kitchen
Carl's Jr
Chang 101
Cheesecake Factory
Chef Burger
Chin San Asian Bistro
Cho Cho San
Chuck E. Cheese's
Cigale Café
Cisco's Mexican
Claim Jumper
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf
Coffee N Dreams
Cold Stone Creamery
Crown & Anchor
D&R Italian Deli
D'Amore's Pizza
Darband Grill
Delisei's Italian Deli
Dominos Pizza
Eggs 'N' Things
El Pollo Loco
Exotic Thai Café
Fit 2B Thai
Five Guys Burgers & Fries
For Heavens Cakes
Fusion Grill
Gino Trattoria
Golden Spoon
Great Khan's Mongolian BBQ
Greco's NY Pizzeria
Han's Dumpling
Harold's House of Omelettes
Jabb Bar & Grill
Jamba Juice
Just Coffee
Kanda Sushi
Karma Indian
La Carreta
La Salsa
Lazy Dog Café
Little Caesar's Pizza
Los Agaves
Los Dos Amigos
Lucky's Dog House
Lupe's Mexican
Mandarin Buffet
Mariscos Cancun
Mastro's Steakhouse
Mermaid Tavern
Mimi's Café
Minato Sushi
Noah's Bagels
Nothing Bundt Cakes
Numero Uno Pizza
Olive Garden
Ori Sushi
Outback Steakhouse
P&L Burgers
P.F. Chang's
Pacific Fresh Seafood Grill
Paciugo Gelato
Panda Express
Panera Bread
Papa John's Pizza
Peet's Coffee & Tea
Pick Up Stix
Pizza Hut
Pizza Salad
Pizzeria La Piccola
Red Lobster
Red Robin
Red Sky Western Grill
Rhineland Deli
Round Table Pizza
Sabor Cocina Mexicana
Shave It
Snapper Jack's Taco Shack
Stone Oven
Sunset Terrace
Super Tommy's
Tipsy Goat
TOI Tapas
Toppers Pizza
White Elephant
Wicked Way Café
Wild Cherry
Winners Pizza
Wok 'N' South Mongolian BBQ
Yomama Sushi

More Information About Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks, commonly referred to as "T.O." by residents, is a city in southeastern Ventura County, California, in the United States. It was named after the many oak trees that grace the area, and the city seal is adorned with an oak.

The city forms the most populated part of a regional area called the Conejo Valley, which includes Thousand Oaks proper, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, and Oak Park. The Los Angeles County/Ventura County line crosses at the western city limits of Westlake Village. The population was 126,683 at the 2010 census, up from 117,005 at the 2000 census.

Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park were part of a master planned city, created by the Janss Investment Company in the mid-1950s. It included about 1,000 custom home lots, 2,000 single-family residences, a regional shopping center, 200-acre industrial park and several neighborhood shopping centers. The median home price is around $673,000.  It is located in the northwestern part of the Greater Los Angeles Area. The city was in 2006 named one of Money magazine's Best Places to Live.


The area was once occupied by the Chumash people, and 2000-year-old cave drawings may still be seen at the Chumash Indian Museum, 3290 Lang Ranch Parkway, in the Lang Ranch section of the city. The Chumash village was known as Sap'wi, which means "House of the Deer."

The area's recorded history dates to 1542 when Spanish explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo landed at Point Mugu and claimed the land for Spain. It eventually became part of the 48,671-acre Rancho El Conejo land grant by the Spanish government, thus becoming the basis of the name Conejo Valley (conejo means "rabbit" in Spanish, and there are many in the area). It served as grazing land for vaqueros for the next fifty years.

In the late 19th century it was on the stagecoach route between Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. The Stagecoach Inn was built in 1876, and is now a California Historical Landmark and a popular museum.

The Janss Family, developers of Southern California subdivisions, purchased 10,000 acres in the early 20th century. They eventually created plans for a "total community" and the name remains prominently featured in the city.

Jungleland USA was one of Southern California's first theme parks. Wild animal shows entertained thousands in the 1940s and 1950s. Many TV and movie productions used the park's trained animals and were filmed there, including Birth of a Nation, Tarzan, and The Adventures of Robin Hood. Jungleland closed down in May 1968, in part due to competition from other amusement parks such as Knott's Berry Farm and Disneyland. The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center today stands on the site of the park.

The City of Thousand Oaks was incorporated on October 7, 1964. It is known for being entirely a planned community, as the city is one of few that have actually stayed with the master plan. As a result, the city has fewer of the problems of other cities of similar size, such as traffic congestion and pollution, although increased development in Moorpark and Simi Valley in the late 1990s and early 2000s caused the Moorpark Freeway (Highway 23) to become heavily congested during both morning and afternoon rush hours. A major widening project began in 2008 to alleviate most of this congestion. Because of its desirable environment and location, property values have appreciated more than 250% in less than ten years, primarily during the mid-90s to early 2000s.

Newbury Park is located in the westernmost part of the city within the 91320 zip code. This area was once controlled by Ventura County as an unincorporated area, but was later annexed by the city of Thousand Oaks through votes by Newbury Park communities. The only communities that chose to remain county areas are Casa Conejo, which was Newbury Park's first planned community built from 1960 to about 1965, and Lynn Ranch, an old neighborhood in the western portion of the city.

Thousand Oaks also annexed the parts of neighboring Westlake Village (then simply known as "Westlake") that were located in Ventura County, in two portions in 1968 and 1972


According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 55.2 square miles. 55.0 square miles of it is land and 0.15 square miles of it (0.27%) is water.

Although Thousand Oaks has a downtown area (focused around the Janss Marketplace mall, The Oaks mall, and W. Thousand Oaks Blvd.), a large portion of the city's inhabitants live in suburban communities a distance from the commercial centers of the city. The large housing districts near Lynn Road to the north and west are an example of this sprawl, despite attempts by Ventura County planners to reduce it.


The region has a mild, year-round Mediterranean Climate or Dry-Summer Subtropical zone climate, with warm, sunny, dry summers and cool, rainy winters. Vegetation is typical of Mediterranean environments, with chaparral and grasses on the hillsides and numerous western valley oaks. Its elevation ranges from about 500 to 900 feet (excluding the mountains and hills). The area has slightly cooler temperatures than the surrounding areas, as it receives cooler air from the ocean through various hill and mountain passes. On March 10 and 11th of 2006, snow fell on the peak of Boney Mountain, the first snow to fall in the area in about 20 years. Snow also fell on Boney Peak on December 17 and 18th of 2008.


The 2010 United States Census reported that Thousand Oaks had a population of 126,683. The population density was 2,295.8 people per square mile. The racial makeup of Thousand Oaks was 101,702 (80.3%) White, 1,674 (1.3%) African American, 497 (0.4%) Native American, 11,043 (8.7%) Asian, 146 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 6,869 (5.4%) from other races, and 4,752 (3.8%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 21,341 persons (16.8%).

The Census reported that 124,941 people (98.6% of the population) lived in households, 1,390 (1.1%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 352 (0.3%) were institutionalized.

There were 45,836 households, out of which 16,439 (35.9%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 27,206 (59.4%) were opposite-sex married couples living together, 4,260 (9.3%) had a female householder with no husband present, 1,925 (4.2%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were 1,761 (3.8%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 284 (0.6%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. 9,728 households (21.2%) were made up of individuals and 4,459 (9.7%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older.

The average household size was 2.73. There were 33,391 families (72.8% of all households); the average family size was 3.15.

The population was spread out with 30,076 people (23.7%) under the age of 18, 10,226 people (8.1%) aged 18 to 24, 29,853 people (23.6%) aged 25 to 44, 37,964 people (30.0%) aged 45 to 64, and 18,564 people (14.7%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 41.5 years. For every 100 females there were 95.8 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 93.3 males.

There were 47,497 housing units at an average density of 860.8 per square mile, of which 33,501 (73.1%) were owner-occupied, and 12,335 (26.9%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 0.8%; the rental vacancy rate was 5.6%. 92,510 people (73.0% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 32,431 people (25.6%) lived in rental housing units.


The median income for a household in the city was $96,120, and the median income for a family was $102,207. Males had a median income of $82,815 versus $50,604 for females. The per capita income for the city was $54,304. About 2.2% of families and 3.0% of the population were below the poverty line, including 3.2% of those under age 18 and 4.1% of those age 65 or over.


Thousand Oaks is among the safest large cities in the nation. The city consistently ranks as the first or second safest large city (population between 100,000 and 499,999) in the United States in annual surveys, the main competition being nearby Simi Valley, as well as Amherst, New York, which has claimed first place seven times in the last 12 years.


Local government

Thousand Oaks is one of the few cities of over 100,000 that does not directly elect its mayor; rather the council members take turns rotating into the position.

According to the city’s most recent Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Fund Financial Statements, the city’s various funds had $118.1 million in Revenues, $113.5 million in expenditures, $245.0 million in total assets, $63.4 million in total liabilities, and $214.2 million in investments.

Today the city boasts a very active, and historically "slow growth"-minded city council. Along with the ordinances protecting the numerous oak trees, the city's leaders and residents alike boast of the ring of protected land, free from development, that surrounds the city's borders and which may account for the accelerating land values in recent years. More than 15,000 acres have been preserved as "open space", containing more than 75 miles of trails.


The city's economy is based on a small range of businesses, with biotechnology, electronics, automotive, aerospace, telecommunications, healthcare, and financing occupying most of Thousand Oaks' employment sector. Amgen, Teledyne Technologies, SAGE Publications, and Skyworks Solutions have corporate headquarters in the city, while Bank of America, Baxter International, General Dynamics Corporation, Verizon, Verizon Wireless, Volkswagen, Audi, General Motors, BMW, Silver Star Automotive Group, and Anthem Blue Cross manage regional offices. Thousand Oaks also has large employers Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center, Conejo Valley Unified School District, City of Thousand Oaks, Hyatt Hotels, and California Lutheran University headquartered in the city. The city was also the former home to the corporate offices of Wellpoint and GTE, which later became Verizon, which relocated in the last decade. J.D. Power and Associates is headquartered in Thousand Oaks. J.D. Power began moving its employees from its former headquarters in Agoura Hills, California, to its current headquarters in the Westlake section of Thousand Oaks in the weekend after April 11, 2002. The communities of Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and Agoura Hills are served by the Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce, one of the few in California to receive four-star accreditation from the United States Chamber of Commerce.

Top employers

According to the City's 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, the top employers in the city are:




# of Employees





Anthem Blue Cross



Conejo Valley Unified School District



Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center



Baxter BioScience






City of Thousand Oaks



Silver Star Automotive Group



Skyworks Solutions



California Lutheran University




Thousand Oaks is served by the Conejo Valley Unified School District. It includes numerous elementary schools, Colina Middle School, Redwood Middle School, Los Cerritos Middle School. The high schools of the area include Thousand Oaks High School, Newbury Park High School, and Westlake High School. Also part of the school district are Sycamore Canyon Middle School and Sequoia Middle School, located in Newbury Park. Oaks Christian High School, while located immediately outside of Ventura County, matriculates numerous students from the county. La Reina High School is a private Roman Catholic, all-girls junior/senior high school. California Lutheran University is located in Thousand Oaks.

The Thousand Oaks Library system is consistently ranked as one of the best public libraries in California. The library consists of the Grant R. Brimhall Library in Thousand Oaks and the Newbury Park Branch Library in Newbury Park. A 22,000-square-foot children's library was added to the existing 62,000-square-foot main building in June 2006. The children's library expansion resulted in an improved children's services area, a 3800-gallon, salt-water aquarium; quiet study rooms; a technology training room; a children's programming room; and additional seating and shelving capacity for both the children's services area and adult services area. Both the main library and Newbury Park Branch offer free wireless Internet access.

Youth and professional sports

Teenagers are a major focus of the community. AYSO soccer, Club Soccer such as Apex Soccer Club, Newbury Park Soccer Club and Conejo Valley United, Conejo Youth Basketball Association, also known as CYBA, Conejo Valley Thunder Wrestling, Pop Warner football, Little League baseball, CYFFA flag football, girls' softball, organized swim team leagues, ice hockey, and even organized lacrosse and field hockey involve hundreds and even thousands of participants and their parents year in and year out.

In August 1991, a team from Thousand Oaks Little League became the first Little League team in Ventura County to win a World Championship, winning the Championship game 20-3. Two years later in 1996, a Senior Division (ages 14–16) Thousand Oaks Little League team won a National Championship. Two years later in 1998, a Big League Division (ages 17–18) Conejo Valley Little League team won a World Championship, defeating a Venezuelan Team 10-9 and going 26-1 in tournament play. In 2006, Thousand Oaks won the World Championship in the Big League Division(ages 16–18) of Little League by defeating a team from Puerto Rico 10-0. The Thousand Oaks Big League team were also World Series runner-ups in 2003 and 2005. In 2007, they were United States runner-up. In 2009, they won the United States Championship and appeared on prime time on ESPN. In the summer of 2004, the Little League National Championship team hailed from Thousand Oaks. The Conejo Valley East team of 11 and 12-year-olds went 22-0 in local, regional, and World Series tournaments play claiming the national title at the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania before losing in the international title game to the team from Curaçao, Caribbean.

In professional sports, the city is home to the Sherwood Country Club, a world-class golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course hosts an annual golf tournament hosted by Tiger Woods.

Ventura County Fusion, a minor league soccer team playing in the USL Premier Development League, while based in nearby Ventura, has held home games at Newbury Park High School in Newbury Park.

In the 1970s, California Lutheran University (CLU) served as the training camp location for the Dallas Cowboys. The CLU football practice field used by the Cowboys as well as the CLU Kingsmen football team was replaced by a large sports complex in 2006. The Cowboys Clubhouse in Thousand Oaks still stands across from the complex, and is currently a family residence.


Thousand Oaks lies in the heart of the Conejo Valley, with the city of Los Angeles to the east and the city of Ventura to the west. The city is served by U.S. Route 101 (Ventura Freeway), as well as State Route 23. Highway 101 runs through the city and connects it with Los Angeles and Ventura. CA Route 23 connects to the 101 near downtown Thousand Oaks, runs north toward Moorpark and Simi Valley, and essentially divides the city in two. Thousand Oaks is also served by Thousand Oaks Transit (TOT), which provides public transportation in the form of shuttles and buses. TOT buses provide service to Thousand Oaks as well as some neighboring communities.

The city boasts many amenities that other cities of similar size lack; among these is a regional transportation center. The new facility offers bus and shuttle lines to Los Angeles, Oxnard, Ventura, Moorpark, Simi Valley, and Santa Barbara via the VISTA, Metro, and LADOT Commuter Express bus lines. In addition to being a transfer station from Los Angeles and other nearby cities, it also serves as the primary station for TOT buses.

Commercial air travel is provided primarily by Los Angeles International Airport for regular commuters, while the Bob Hope Airport (in Burbank) offers an alternative for domestic destinations. Thousand Oaks offers public transportation that runs to both airports, via the VISTA, Metro, and LADOT bus lines. Los Angeles International Airport is approximately 40 miles southeast of the city, while Burbank Airport is approximately 35 miles east of the city. The closest commercial airport is Oxnard Airport located approximately 25 miles to the west in nearby Oxnard, California; however this airport provides service only to Los Angeles. General aviation airports include Camarillo Airport, which is approximately 15 miles to the west of the city, and Van Nuys Airport, which is 25 miles east of the city.

Economic development

Currently, Thousand Oaks is undergoing numerous renovations and development. State Route 23 is in the process of being expanded to a six-lane highway, U.S. Route 101 is being upgraded, The Oaks Shopping Center is being expanded by the Macerich Company, and the city has plans to renovate the old Downtown, near the Civic Arts Plaza on Thousand Oaks Blvd.

New homes are also being built in very few areas of the city. Primary areas of new residential construction are currently in-fill sites within the developed area of the community and not outward expansion.

Notable residents

Notable current and former residents of Thousand Oaks area include, in alphabetical order:

Robert Altman

Wayne Gretzky

Mike Lieberthal

Robert Altman, Hollywood director

John Alvin, veteran stage, film, television actor

Sparky Anderson, Baseball Hall of Fame manager

Eve Arden, actress

Frankie Avalon, actor

George Ball, actor, Broadway theatre performer

Dennis Blair, comedian and longtime opening act for George Carlin

Wayne Brady, comedian Whose Line is it Anyway?, host of Let's Make a Deal

Walter Brennan, actor

Jonathan Brightman, Grammy nominee and founding member of rock group, Buckcherry

Amanda Bynes, actress, What I Like About You, attended La Reina High School

Colbie Caillat, singer, "Bubbly"

Belinda Carlisle, singer, graduated from Newbury Park High School

Richard Carpenter, singer and songwriter. In 2004, Carpenter and wife Mary pledged $3 million to the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation in memory of Carpenter's late sister Karen Carpenter.

Lacey Chabert, actress in Party of Five and Lost in Space

Iman Crosson, aka "Alphacat" from Youtube, actor/ performer & popular internet personality

Yvonne De Carlo, actress best known portraying Lily Munster in the television sitcom The Munsters

Frances Dee, actress, wife of actor Joel McCrea

Sandra Dee, actress

Tony DeFranco, lead singer of "The DeFranco Family"

Bob Denver, actor, Gilligan's Island

Terry Donahue, UCLA football coach

Kate Elliott, aka "Katers17" from YouTube, popular internet personality/blogger

Giselle Fernandez, television news anchor, TV co-host, attended Newbury Park High School

Megan Fox, actress, Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Stephen Furst, actor, National Lampoon's Animal House, St. Elsewhere

Gordon Goodwin, musician/composer

Wayne Gretzky, NHL hockey player

Halifax, pop/punk rock band

Scott Hamilton, Olympic ice-skating champion

Mariel Hemingway, actress

Phil Hendrie, host of The Phil Hendrie Show

Marion Jones, track and field, graduated from Thousand Oaks High School

Jack Kirby, comic book artist, creator of the X-Men

Richard Kind, Voice over artist (Toy Story 3, The Wild), lives here with his family

Alan Ladd, actor

David Lander, actor, best known for playing "Squiggy" in Laverne & Shirley

Lisa Lavie, singer, songwriter

Mike Lieberthal, All Star/Gold Glove major league baseball catcher

Anne Lockhart of Battlestar Galactica (daughter of June Lockhart and granddaughter of Gene Lockhart) lives in the area and is very involved in local community theater groups including the Santa Susana Players.

Heather Locklear, actress in Dynasty and Melrose Place, graduated from Newbury Park High School

Sophia Loren, actress, once owned a ranch in Hidden Valley

Virginia Madsen, actress who has lived in the Newbury Park area

Matt Malley, Oscar nominated songwriter and founding member of multi-platinum rock group, Counting Crows

Dean Martin, singer, film actor, member of the Rat Pack

Ed Masry, former member of the city's council, attorney and activist. Masry achieved recognition beyond his own community when Albert Finney portrayed him opposite Julia Roberts in the 2000 Academy Award-winning film, Erin Brockovich.

Virginia Mayo, actress

Amanda McBroom, Broadway performer (who wrote Bette Midler's hit single, "The Rose")

Tom McClintock, politician

Joel McCrea, actor, owned 3,000 acres in the area with wife Frances Dee

Kevin Mitnick, hacker

Jenny Mollen, lives here with husband Jason Biggs

Joe Montana, Hall of Fame NFL quarterback

Colin Mortensen, cast member on MTV's The Real World

Heather Morris, actress in hit show Glee

Tahj Mowry, actor, attended Westlake High School

Tia Mowry, actress

Chance Myers, professional soccer player with the Kansas City Wizards

Ted L. Nancy, author of the Letters from a Nut series

Terri Nunn, lead singer of Berlin, 1980s Billboard top ten group

Trey Parker, South Park co-creator, lives in Thousand Oaks

Brad Penny, pitcher for the Major League Baseball team, San Francisco Giants

Slim Pickens, actor

Pat Priest, actress, aka (Patricia Priest) best known for portraying Marilyn Munster in the television show The Munsters(1964- 1966)

Sam Querrey, professional tennis player, graduated 2006 from Thousand Oaks High School

Mel Renfro, NFL Dallas Cowboys football player

Denise Richards, actress

Robert Roldan, dancer and contestant on So You Think You Can Dance

Mickey Rooney, actor

Kurt Russell, actor, son of actor Bing Russell, was raised in the conejo valley, graduated from Thousand Oaks High School

Richie Sambora, musician, songwriter

Mike Scioscia, former MLB catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, current MLB manager for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

George C. Scott, actor

Tom Selleck, actor (Magnum, P.I.)

Artie Shaw, composer, bandleader

Will Smith, actor/comedian, Men in Black, Enemy of the State

Jada Pinkett Smith, actress, wife of Will Smith

Jaden Smith, child actor, singer, son of Will Smith

Willow Smith, singer, daughter of Will Smith

Sylvester Stallone, actor

Hailee Steinfeld, actress

Mabel Stark, the late "world's only tiger lady trainer" appeared on What's My Line, promoting Jungleland

Donna Summer, singer

Abby Sunderland, yachtswoman, attempted a solo global circumnavigation, would have been the youngest ever had she been successful

Zac Sunderland, yachtsman, at arrival 2009 the youngest sailor to do a solo global circumnavigation

Frankie Valli, singer

Lyle Waggoner, actor The Carol Burnett Show

Robert Wagner, actor

Patrick Warburton, actor

Richard Widmark, actor

Larry Wilcox, actor television series CHiPs

Cory Williams, aka "Mr. Safety", popular internet personality / TV show host

Jack Wilson, current MLB shortstop for the Seattle Mariners

Tiger Woods, PGA professional golfer

Points of interest

Majestic old oak tree in Thousand Oaks

Conejo Valley Botanical Garden

Dawn's Peak, locally known as Tarantula Hill, the highest point in the Conejo Valley

Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Center

American Radio Archive

The Oaks Shopping Center

Stagecoach Inn

California Lutheran University

Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Visitor Center

Wildwood Regional Park / Fort Wildwood

Muvico Theaters


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