Thousand Oaks offers a small town feel with metropolitan comforts and refinements, being one of the most ideal places in California to live, work, and play. 35 miles from Downtown Los Angeles, the city offers world-class entertainment and a multitude of shopping areas with a full spectrum of shops and restaurants. Weather is Meditaranean-like in the area due to Pacific offshore winds making the location up to twenty degrees cooler than the neighboring San Fernando Valley.


129,342 people and 17,027 companies can’t be wrong – Thousand Oaks is a great place to live and work. 75.35% of residents in the area own their homes and support a strong, safe, and family driven community.


With a diverse business community and highly educated workforce (93.6% high school graduates and 49% college graduates), the city of Thousand Oaks provides a large affluent labor pool.


With some of the top primary schools in the state, Thousand Oaks ranks 9/10 by GreatSchools for its lowered teacher to student ratio, higher partication in advanced high school courses and modern K-12 facilities. The area surrounding Thousand Oaks also boasts notable colleges such as Cal Lutherine University, Pepperdine University, Cal Stat Channel Islands, and Moorpark Community College. The city hosts a plethora of trained, eager and educated employees looking for jobs.

Quality of Life

Thousand Oaks is located in the eastern portion of Ventura County, which was ranked by the Washington Post as the most desirable place to live in the Unites States. Families that live here value the highly rated schools, the consistent designation as one of the safest cities in America, the myriad of retail amenities, and the active lifestyle that the natural beauty and resources promotes.


Thousand Oaks is located in the eastern portion of Ventura County, located immediately adjacent to Los Angeles County and close proximity to the City of Los Angeles. Thousand Oaks is central to skilled labor and management coming from within the Conejo Valley community as well as such areas as west Ventura County and the San Fernando Valley. The Ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach are within 68 miles, and LAX within 46 miles. There is a population of 8.5 million people within 50 miles of the Conejo Spectrum, allowing for ideal access to this large population base.