The City of Simi Valley, with an estimated population of 126,414 (as of December 2011) is the third largest of Ventura County’s ten cities.

Occupying an area of approximately 42 square miles, it is located in Southeast Ventura County, adjacent to the northwestern perimeter of the San Fernando Valley, approximately 37 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. The City was incorporated in 1969 under the general laws of the State of California and operates under a General-Law/council-manager form of government.

  • Population: 125,810
  • Median Age: 39.11 yr
  • Median Commute Time: 28 mins
  • Educational Climate*: 4
  • Sales Tax: 7.5%
  • Population Density: 3,033/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: 12.18%
  • Closest Airport: Bob Hope
  • Closest College: CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY
  • Closest Jr. College MOORPARK COLLEGE
  • Median Household Income: $88,458
  • Annual Residential Turnover: 12.02%
  • Median Home Sales Price: $479,000
  • Closest Major Sports Team: LOS ANGELES RAMS
  • Change Avg. Household Income Since 2000: 31%
Useful links:
City
Schools
Reagan Library
Rancho Park & Rec
Studio Movie Grill
Simi Valley Mall
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