Incorporated in 1964 in Ventura County, Thousand Oaks has encompasses over 100 neighborhoods with a variety of living options. The busy, City Center area has an array of apartments and townhomes ranging from luxury high rises to single story studios, and singles and younger couples gravitate to the diversity and culture that flows freely in Greenwich Village. The Casa Conejo neighborhood is popular as it has been voted more family friendly than 96% of all California neighborhoods with excellent schools and extremely low crime rates, while older couples and retirees prefer the safety, peace and quiet of Monclef Village. With temperatures ranging from a high of 90 in July to a low of 40 in January, everyone loves the weather.

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For safe, family friendly living, look no further than the city of Thousand Oaks California. With average home values of $600,000 and a median household income of $101,000, Thousand Oaks is home to nearly 130,000 residents. Just 15 minutes from the Pacific Ocean coastline and surrounded by mountain views, the city sits on 56 square miles that includes 15,000 acres of open space. Ranked #1 on the FBI list of safest cities in California, Thousand Oaks has much to offer.

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