Thousand Oaks Califorina?

me and my boyfriend are thinking about moving to thousand oaks for work and job offerings is it a nice town that has houses that you would find in a small town?? or is it like a city where a lot of people live?? should we move there or is there somewhere around there that is also nice

Asked By: Ashley F - 7/30/2007
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Thousand Oaks has a population just a little over 100,000. I is surrounded by Westlake, Oak Park and agoura. It's overall population hovers around 120,000. It the Conejo Valley, as they call it, is surrounded by the Santa Monica Mountains on one side and the Simi hills to the other. It is politically Conservative... More
Answered By: copestir - 7/30/2007
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Maybe this link will help. Good luck!
Answered By: Chris S - 7/30/2007
Thousand Oaks is up scale community in Ventura County. You will find most homes there to be quite expensive. Most homes are more modern because it is a rapidly growing community. If you can afford it, it is usually listed in the top 10 safest areas of southern California... More
Answered By: peedlepup - 7/30/2007
I grew up in TO. The population has increased tremendously in the past 20 yrs and has become very upscale and expensive. The lower priced areas were seedy when I lived there, don't know if they've been cleaned up. Its more of a city, you really won't find too many areas with the small town feel. I suggest you... More
Answered By: Earl - 7/30/2007
I agree with everyone above, but will add that it is nicer than much of Los Angeles and still more affordable than other nearby areas such as Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, and Calabasas. If you can go just about anywhere, I would head for Ventura also.
Answered By: L M - 7/30/2007
thousand oaks is a nice family oriented city thats clean and wam feeling. you cant go wrong there. pretty area.
Answered By: Jack - 8/1/2007
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