- As of the 2010, Camarillo’s population was 65,201.
- Temperatures average in the low 70’s with over 300 sunny days a year and 13 inches of rain typically from November to February.
- Camarillo was named for Adolfo and Juan Camarillo.
- Early on, Camarillo’s growth was slow and buyers were scarce even for the available building lots being offered for $450 on Ventura (the main downtown street) and home lots for $250…ahhh, the good old days…
- The main industry back in the day was agriculture, and the town and surrounding areas were lush with orange, lemon and walnut groves.
- In 1964, Camarillo officially became a city.
- Camarillo offers a variety of local travel services including; a bus line, dial-a-ride, the Conejo Express, as well as far away destinations via the local train station, Metrolink, and the Camarillo Airport serving privately operated aircraft.
- There are a variety of great local spots in and around Camarillo to visit, including: The Public Library, Over 100 Outlet stores, Old Town shops and restaurants, the impeccably restored Camarillo Ranch House with a tour through history, wonderful Saturday morning Farmers’ Market, a few pristine golf courses, a Commemorative Air Force Museum, and so much more.
- The wonderful colleges either in or close proximity to Camarillo are: California State University Channel Islands, California Lutheran University, Pepperdine, Moorpark College, Oxnard College, and Ventura College. The Pleasant Valley School District also holds high regard in serving our K – 12 population.
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