Westlake

Population: 8,683
Median Home Sale: $770,000
Median Household Income: $111,700
Median Commute: 29.00
Westlake
Westlake Village is a small planned community which sits atop the Ventura and Los Angeles County lines. Half of the city is incorporated independently and half of it remains part of the city of Thousand Oaks. The city is nestled in the area known as Conejo Valley and includes half of the area that surrounds Westlake Lake. Westlake Village is an affluent neighborhood recognized for its secluded atmosphere. The city is home to the headquarters of the Dole Food Company and the North Ranch Country Club. The history of the area began about 3,000 years ago when the Chumash Indians arrived and began to hunt, gather and live in the area. Rock painting remain that give a unique glimpse into the life of these ancient indigenous people. Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in 1770 bringing Read More +
Westlake Village is a small planned community which sits atop the Ventura and Los Angeles County lines. Half of the city is incorporated independently and half of it remains part of the city of Thousand Oaks. The city is nestled in the area known as Conejo Valley and includes half of the area that surrounds Westlake Lake. Westlake Village is an affluent neighborhood recognized for its secluded atmosphere. The city is home to the headquarters of the Dole Food Company and the North Ranch Country Club.

The history of the area began about 3,000 years ago when the Chumash Indians arrived and began to hunt, gather and live in the area. Rock painting remain that give a unique glimpse into the life of these ancient indigenous people. Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in 1770 bringing with them religion and a hunger for lands in the new world. Many Spanish were given large land grants and when Mexico won its independence from Spain in 1821 the area became a Mexican territory and even more land grants were granted. In 1850 California was admitted into the Union and land in the area fell into the hands of 19 families.

Today the community is home to over 8,000 residents. The community of Westlake Village spans 5.5 square miles and .3 square miles of that space is covered in water. Homes for sale in the city reflect the affluence of the area with beautiful homes, and sprawling landscaped yards often sporting a private pool. Properties for rent or lease are also available. According to the 2010 United States Census Westlake Village had a population of approximately 8,270 residents. The three largest employers in the area are, Bank of America Home Loans, Move and Dole.

Westlake Village is a peaceful, upscale community built on the ideals of affluence and charm. Convenient to many employment opportunities and nestled within upper middle class American life the community feels like home. The North Ranch Country Club has beautiful grounds, an elegant marble foyer, a spacious sun swept patio, a gorgeous rolling golf course and renovated clubhouse. All this luxury provides plenty of beautiful spaces for corporate events, fund-raisers, weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs and so much more. The city also has the Westlake Golf Course, and many other beautiful green spaces, hiking and horse trails. When you combine the wonderful outdoor opportunities and the sunny climate of California this community encourages residence to get out and live life, while welcoming them to enjoy all the comforts that elegance affords. Read less –

Area and Demographic Info for Westlake Village, California

Median Age: 49.67 Median Home Sales Price: $770,000 Median Household Income: $111,700 Median Commute Time: 29.00 mins


  • Population: 8,683
  • Population Density: 1,675/sq mi
  • Population Change Since 2000: 3.30%
  • Education Climate : 5
  • Married : 4,413
  • Number of Households : 3,413
  • Households with children: 977
  • Average Household Size : 2.49
  • Annual Residential Turnover : 11.82%
  • Change in Average Household Income : 37.32%
  • Closest Major Sports Team: LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS
  • Closest Airport: Los Angeles International
  • Closest College: CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY
  • Closest Jr. College: MOORPARK COLLEGE

What are the Occupancy Rates?

Vacant Owned Rented
126 2728 685

How Do People Get to Work?

Drive Public Transportation Walk / Bike / Other Work at Home
3446 12 37 254

Population by Sex(%)

Male Female
48.71 51.29

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+
372332469789467324281299418632753805768610489363272 239

Population by Ethnicity

White Hispanic Black Asian Native American Hawian Other
7624 624 112 523 1 24 124

Population by Education

Less than 9th Grade Some High School Some College Associates Degree Bachelors Degree Graduate
49 129 1346 445 2046 1586

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+
106426654871076997111107243433392256607256347 31

Median Income by Age

< 25 25-44 45-64 > 65
79121 117736 132708 83667

Employees by Occupation

Management Technology Retail Sales Protective Services Agriculture Construction Transportation
657 275 1342 218 13 380 583

Employees by Industry

Agriculture Mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation Wholesale Retail Finance & Real Estate Service Public
41 23 463 610 258 243 1218 889 474 366

Rent Estimate (in dollars) Estimate includes shelter + utilities

Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Bedroom
913 1103 1424 1926 2145

Crime

Total Personal Murder Rape Robbery Assault Property Burglary Larceny Vehicle Theft
30 22 22 12 12 39 41 53 46 44

Household Expenses

Total Insurance Apparel Education Entertainment Food Healthcare Housing Transportation Utilities
119 145 117 135 124 117 120 125 115 112

Natural Disasters

Earthquake Total Weather Hail Hurricane Tornado Wind
351 5 0 5 7 0

Pollution

Air Ozone Carbon Monoxide Lead NO2 Particulates(PM10)
109 97 150 103 94 101

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Local School Data for Westlake Village, California

Preschool

School Name Distance Type Grades
GROWING PLACE PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN 0.94 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTER 1.03 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
CARDEN CONEJO SCHOOL 1.2 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-8
MONTESSORI ONE, INC. SCHOOL 1.46 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
BUTTERCUP PRE SCHOOL 1.53 mi PUBLIC PRESCHOOL-PRESCHOOL

Elementary

School Name Distance Type Grades
SAINT JUDE THE APOSTLE 0.15 mi CATHOLIC K-8
WHITE OAK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 0.66 mi PUBLIC K-5
GROWING PLACE PRESCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN 0.94 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
KINDERCARE LEARNING CENTER 1.03 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
RIVER OAKS ACADEMY 1.15 mi PUBLIC K-12
MALIBU COVE PRIVATE 1.19 mi PRIVATE K-12
CARDEN CONEJO SCHOOL 1.2 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-8
MONTESSORI ONE, INC. SCHOOL 1.46 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-K
WESTLAKE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1.67 mi PUBLIC K-5
WESTLAKE HILLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2.06 mi PUBLIC K-5

Middle

School Name Distance Type Grades
SAINT JUDE THE APOSTLE 0.15 mi CATHOLIC K-8
OAKS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1.1 mi PRIVATE 6-12
RIVER OAKS ACADEMY 1.15 mi PUBLIC K-12
MALIBU COVE PRIVATE 1.19 mi PRIVATE K-12
CARDEN CONEJO SCHOOL 1.2 mi PRIVATE PRESCHOOL-8

High

School Name Distance Type Grades
OAKS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 1.1 mi PRIVATE 6-12
RIVER OAKS ACADEMY 1.15 mi PUBLIC K-12
MALIBU COVE PRIVATE 1.19 mi PRIVATE K-12
WESTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL 1.44 mi PUBLIC 9-12

Schools are listed in order of their proximity to a central point within Westlake. Please contact someone from our team, or the school itself, to find out whether or not a particular home you're looking at is eligible for any particular school or district

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