- Named after the numerous oak trees, Thousand Oaks forms the popular core of the Conejo Valley.
- The population as of 2013 was estimated to be over 128,000 people within the total area of 55.2 square miles.
- In 1542, Spanish explorer, Juan Cabrillo targeted Point Mugu and claimed the land for Spain. Later on in the late 19th century, the Stagecoach Inn was built, on the route between LA and Santa Barbara. It is now a California Historical Landmark and well known, popular museum.
- Thousand Oaks was part of a master planned city created in the mid 1950’s by the Janss Investment Company and was incorporated in October of 1964.
- Because the city was once occupied by the Chumash, cave drawings that are said to be 2,000 years old may still be seen at the Chumash Indian Museum.
- There is much to do in Thousand Oaks with indoor and outdoor malls, movie theaters, great restaurants, hiking, the Civic Arts Plaza (host to a plethora of popular concerts, plays, etc).
- Thousand Oaks has a very mild Mediterranean Climate and cooler ocean breeze with dry summers averaging in the mid to high 80’s and low 90’s and cooler winters in the mid 50’s dropping to the 30’s and 40’s at night.
- Thousand Oaks is home to many headquarters of well-known businesses in the biotech, electronic, automotive, aerospace, telecom, health, and financial fields.
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