Thousand Oaks

Population: 128,010
Median Home Sale: $599,000
Median Household Income: $101,267
Median Commute: 25.00
Thousand Oaks
The city of Thousand Oaks is located in southeastern Ventura County and is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area in California. The city spans 55.2 square miles, the city is named for the many oak trees that grace its streets and the city seal contains a beautiful oak. The city is the most populated portion of the Conejo Valley according to the 2013 survey from AllProudAmericans.com is among the top ten richest cities in the country. Like much of the surrounding area the first inhabitants of the land were the Chumash tribe who left cave drawings revealing a glimpse of their life more than 2000 years ago these drawings can still be seen at the Chumash Indian Museum. Recorded history began in 1542 with the arrival of Spanish explorers and missionaries. In the late 1800s the area lay along Read More +
The city of Thousand Oaks is located in southeastern Ventura County and is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area in California. The city spans 55.2 square miles, the city is named for the many oak trees that grace its streets and the city seal contains a beautiful oak. The city is the most populated portion of the Conejo Valley according to the 2013 survey from AllProudAmericans.com is among the top ten richest cities in the country.

Like much of the surrounding area the first inhabitants of the land were the Chumash tribe who left cave drawings revealing a glimpse of their life more than 2000 years ago these drawings can still be seen at the Chumash Indian Museum. Recorded history began in 1542 with the arrival of Spanish explorers and missionaries. In the late 1800s the area lay along the stage coach route between Santa Barbara and Los Angeles and the historic Stagecoach Inn, which today is a California Historical Landmark, was built in 1876. Thousand Oaks was home to Jungleland USA, which operated in the 1940s and 1950s and was one of the first theme parks in Southern California. Today, the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza stands where the theme park once did. The city was the first incorporated city in the Conejo Valley area and was incorporated in the fall of 1964. The city is an entirely planned community and is one of the few cities to have remained true to its master plan.

The Thousand Oak Civic Arts Plaza is the center of culture and the arts in the city offering events like an annual dance show by famed choreographer Roberto Amaral, beautiful ballet performances by the Pacific Festival Ballet Company, visits from comedians, and theater troupes. The city is also home to the gorgeous Sherwood Country Club, which sits at the base of the Santa Monica Mountains. The country club provides members with a golf course with rolling hills designed by Jack Nicklaus, professional quality tennis courts and the luxurious club house that offers fine dining. The business market in Thousand Oaks is thriving all aspects, retail, traditional business and industrial efforts. The city is home to businesses such as Amgen, Inc., Baxter Healthcare Corporation, General Dynamics Corporation and more.

According to the 2010 United States Census the city had a population of 126,683 and a population density of 2,295.8 people per square mile. According to the same census there were 47,497 housing units occupied within the city, 73.1% where owner occupied and 26.9% were rent or lease occupied. Homes for sale range from charming starter homes, up through comfortable middle class homes and spacious luxury homes. Rental and lease properties range from studio apartments all the way up through condominiums and townhouses. The city is home to the beautiful Sherwood Country Club where members enjoy a round of golf, a game of tennis, a session at the gym, a dip in the pool or a variety of special events. The city of Thousand Oaks waits with quiet streets, unique cultural and shopping opportunities and comfortable housing is a perfect place to settle down. Read less –

Area and Demographic Info for Thousand Oaks, California

Median Age: 42.64 Median Home Sales Price: $599,000 Median Household Income: $101,267 Median Commute Time: 25.00 mins


  • Population: 128,010
  • Population Density: 2,286/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: 0.99%
  • Education Climate : 4
  • Married : 59,749
  • Number of Households : 46,390
  • Households with children: 15,451
  • Average Household Size : 2.73
  • Annual Residential Turnover : 12.20%
  • Change in Average Household Income : 20.64%
  • Closest Major Sports Team: LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
  • Closest Airport: Bob Hope
  • Closest College: CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY
  • Closest Jr. College: MOORPARK COLLEGE

What are the Occupancy Rates?

Vacant Owned Rented
1532 33929 12461

How Do People Get to Work?

Drive Public Transportation Walk / Bike / Other Work at Home
47221 417 1253 3165

Population by Sex(%)

Male Female
48.93 51.07

White/Blue Collar Jobs

White Collar Blue Collar
32 68

Population by Age

0-45-910-1415-1920-2425-2930-3435-3940-4445-4950-5455-5960-6465-6970-7475-7980-84 85+
72896852785610942818162096199631678969835108381000082197238520236032614 2722

Population by Ethnicity

White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Hawian Other
102922 21528 1678 11032 718 112 8800

Population by Education

Less than 9th Grade Some High School Some College Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Graduate
2708 3260 18861 6919 25139 16509

Households by Income (in thousands of dollars)

0-1010-1515-2020-2525-3030-3535-4040-4545-5050-6060-7575-100100-125125-150150-200200-250250-500 500+
16091060122611771130136112031601124123093263573056274306696126513617 318

Median Income by Age

< 25 25-44 45-64 > 65
46959 105271 122564 57556

Employees by Occupation

Management Technology Retail Sales Protective Services Agriculture Construction Transportation
4400 1527 11510 672 96 2839 3802

Employees by Industry

Agriculture Mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation Wholesale Retail Finance & Real Estate Service Public
164 11 3432 5857 657 1676 14373 3933 4084 1558

Rent Estimate (in dollars) Estimate includes shelter + utilities

Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom
969 1158 1555 2148 2486

Crime

Total Personal Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Vehicle Theft
34 34 17 44 28 38 39 40 47 51

Household Expenses

Total Insurance Apparel Education Entertainment Food Healthcare Housing Transportation Utilities
123 142 123 139 127 122 122 129 121 116

Natural Disasters

Earthquake Total Weather Hail Hurricane Tornado Wind
370 6 0 5 8 0

Pollution

Air Ozone Carbon Monoxide Lead NO2 Particulates(PM10)
107 97 142 102 94 101

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