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Simi Valley's 116,048 residents enjoy the benefits of living in a city that combines technology and advancements with an overwhelming community spirit and friendliness. The residents of Simi Valley take great pride in their city and enjoy the advantages of being able to work and live in a family-oriented community. Click on the links below to find view homes currently for sale in the Simi Valley Area. Email us for more details on this area.
Incorporated in 1969, Simi Valley offers its residents the desirable amenities of a big city with the peace, security and quality of country living. Good schools, low crime rates, high incomes and clean air make Simi Valley a great place to raise a family. Consistently rated as one of the safest cities in the United States, Simi Valley residents are proud of their police force which is made up of 116 sworn personnel and 62 civilian personnel serving the community. The 55,000 square foot police headquarters building is located at the corner of Tapo Canyon and Alamo Streets. The state-of-the-art facility is a landmark in Simi Valley and is designed to aid and enhance the Department's commitment to community-oriented policing and community service.
The County of Ventura provides fire protection to the Simi Valley community. A total of five fire stations serve the area with 50 firefighters and three battalion chiefs. The department boasts 10 fire engines, two ladder trucks, one water tender, one foam truck and two utility vehicles.
The Simi Valley Unified School District provides quality education to over 21,243 students in grades K-12. An additional 8,146 students are enrolled in Adult Education classes. The 28 schools in our valley reflect the interest of our community which values young people and education. Simi Valley students consistently score above state and national averages on achievement tests. The district provides a wide array of educational programs that focus on college preparation, since approximately 80% of Simi Valley high school students attend college after graduation. A wide variety of programs are also available for students with special needs.
Simi Valley Unified School District is comprised of 20 elementary, three middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, one performing arts/technology magnet high school, one alternative high school, and an adult education school.
The community takes pride in the hundreds of extracurricular programs and events throughout the year. The Boys & Girls Club of Simi Valley and the Simi Valley YMCA both offer comprehensive childcare, youth and family facilities.
Higher education is a priority in Simi Valley. The Simi Valley Adult School provides vocational career training, community education, an academic high school program, and many other educational programs. Moorpark College is just minutes away and offers an extensive program of general, vocational and continuing education. Nearby California Lutheran University is an outstanding institution committed to liberal arts education and offering 32 majors as well as professional preparation programs in specific fields of study.
The city of Simi Valley has successfully blended the dynamics of a corporate business center with the warmth and comfort of a residential community. Home to a number of major manufacturers that provide quality employment opportunities, many are major contributors to local schools, churches and organizations and take pride in giving back to the community of which they are such an integral part.
Offering a talented and diversified labor pool, over one-third of the city's population is designated as professional, technical or managerial. Others in the community are chiefly classified in skilled services, sales, crafts and clerical categories. This talented, educated and energetic labor pool can provide business with a work-force prepared for the global marketplace of the 21st century.
Simi Valley residents enjoy a comfortable climate year round, clean air, and an abundance of recreational facilities which makes it easy to live healthy lifestyle. The city is home to Simi Valley Hospital, a full-service hospital that serves the health care needs of the community and the acclaimed Nancy Reagan Breast Center.
Simi boasts several medical clinics along with a large number of private practice physicians who provide quality health care services to the community.
The Simi Valley Senior Citizens Center (open five days a week) and the Simi Valley Council On Aging, provide seniors with numerous programs and services which promote maximum independence, safety and quality of life.
Residents of Simi Valley enjoy a wide range of recreational facilities including miles of bike trails, pools, tennis courts, a local ice skating rink, three golf courses, movie theaters, two bowling alleys and one of the largest equestrian trail system in the United States.
The Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District boasts 35 well-kept parks that provide picnic facilities, children's playgrounds and even a duck pond. The District also provides hundreds of different recreation programs, activities, and special events that are designed to please all age groups.
Historic Corriganville Park, was once the home of Corriganville, a movie ranch and park owned by Ray "Crash" Corrigan. It currently offers more than four miles of trails for running, biking, equestrian and hiking. The trails provide stunning vistas, majestic sandstone cliffs, an ancient oak forest, a year-round stream, shaded picnic areas, the Camp Rotary Youth Campground and picnic shelter and much more. Many of the trails include informational posts describing past movie events and information on the flora, fauna and some of the park's history.
Simi Valley is home to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum which presents history in a modern, fun and interesting environment. The Library's archives house 50 million pages of documents and over 1.5 million photographs, although the majority of the visitors come to view the films, exhibits, interactive displays and reenactments of memorable events that illustrate the life and times of President Ronald Reagan. The Library hosts special events and celebrations throughout the year for visitors of all ages.