With its proximity to America’s second-largest city, LA, and just across the Santa Monica’s from the Pacific Ocean and great Malibu beaches, Thousand Oaks has an ideal location in Southern California.Furthermore, being 55 miles from Santa Barbara’s American Riviera, Thousand Oaks is about halfway between LA and lovely Santa Barbara.We are proud of living and operating our limousine services in such a safe and beautiful community, and we are forever thankful to the local police department, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office and all the great volunteers working day and night to make our city the safest in California. S.’ highest medium household incomes, the communities in the Conejo Valley brag one of the highest standards of living in the country. In other words, living in Thousand Oaks by definition means you are – if not well off – in an OK financial situation!
Having been home Chumash communities such as Kayɨwɨš, Sap’wi, Satwiwa, Lalimanux and others, Thousand Oaks has an incredibly rich Native-American history. For more local history, visit the Stagecoach Inn to learn more about the founder of Newbury Park, Egbert S. Having moved to the Conejo Valley from Michigan in the 1870’s, E. Newbury only lived in the area for a few years before a terrible drought forced him and others to move away from the valley.
With its history dating back to the 1870’s when it was functioning as a hotel (the Grand Union Hotel), the Stagecoach Inn is a great location to learn more about the city’s intriguing history.
According to the FBI’s 2015 report entitled “Crime in the U. 2015”, Thousand Oaks was the 4th safest city in America with a population over 100,000, only outranked by Naperville, Illinois, Cary, North Carolina and Edison Township, New Jersey.
In the State of California alone, that actually makes T. the safest city in the state as of 2015 when looking at cities with a population over 100,000.
With your chance of being a victim of a violent crime being only 1 in 944, the equivalent number for Los Angeles residents is 1 in every 158th resident.
Of Ventura County’s 31 homicides in 2016, none took place in Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park nor Westlake Village.
Featured in movies such as and numerous others, Wildwood Regional Park is a local treasure known for its natural beauty and rich wildlife.
Here the limo- and party bus clients of ours come to enjoy hiking, rock-climbing, mountain biking and the great outdoors.
One of the park’s primary features is the 60 feet tall waterfall, Paradise Falls, while the Mountclef Ridge, Lizard Rock, spring wildflowers and Fort Wildwood are some of the other features of Wildwood Regional Park.
Having been inhabited since 6,000 BCE, Wildwood has a rich Chumash history and was home to several Chumash villages in pre-colonial times.
Amgen, Baxter, BMW, Anthem, Skyworks Solutions Inc and Sage Publications are just some of the many companies located here.