- Just a mere 30 miles west of Los Angeles, Oxnard is known for its casual seaside laid back beach community.
- The city of Oxnard has over 20 miles of beautiful, scenic coastline.
- Incorporated in 1903, and sitting adjacent to an agricultural center of strawberries, Oxnard is considered a major transportation hub with Amtrak, Union Pacific, Metrolink, Greyhound, and a small regional airport.
- The city is in a Mediterranean climate zone with mild, wet winters and warm, dry summers. The average temperature is in the high 60’s with typically over 350 cool, dry sun-shining days.
- As of 2012, the population was said to be just under 204,000, with Oxnard being the most populous city in Ventura County and the 19th most populous city in California.
- Downtown Oxnard boasts an array of tasty eateries including authentic Mexican cuisine as well as The Kitchen, once featured on Diners, Drive-ins & Dives.
- Heritage Square showcases and amazing collection of restored homes with lush landscaped gardens.
- Channel Islands Harbor is a boat lovers’ dream with many ‘backyards’ right on the water. Owners can watch or enjoy a waterway with kayaks, electric boats and yachts.
- Weekends offer a mix of bike riding, sailing, sport-fishing, relaxing on the expansive sandy beach, and an evening at one of the many outstanding local restaurants.
- Riverpark is a newer home community with homes, townhomes, and apartments that are adjacent to ‘The Collection’ which features many fabulous shops and eateries, as well as Target, Whole Foods, and a movie theater.
- Oxnard and neighboring Hueneme school district, Ocean View Elementary District, and Rio School District along with a number of private school districts, serve over 35,000 students in elementary and junior high schools alone. The Oxnard Union High School provides education to well over 20,000 students in three cities and three unincorporated areas around Oxnard.
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