Category : Community

Join Thousand Oaks Public Works for a Free Open House Celebrating Public Works Week

For the 30th year, the City of Thousand Oaks will celebrate National Public Works Week to honor the tens of thousands of men and women who provide and maintain essential infrastructure and services. This year’s National Public Works Week theme,…

0 Comments / 73 View / April 27, 2017

Save the Date for Arbor Earth Day 2017

Save the Date! The public is invited to the 20th Annual Thousand Oaks Arbor/Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 8th, from 10am to 3pm at Thousand Oaks Community Park (next to Thousand Oaks High School) at 2525 N. Moorpark Rd. This…

0 Comments / 311 View / January 31, 2017

Community Forum on Climate Change

On February 3rd, the Conejo Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (CVUUF) will host the forum, “How we can solve climate change and strengthen our nation’s economy.” Our own Dr. Helen Cox, Manager of the City’s Sustainability Division, will explain climate-related policies and…

0 Comments / 145 View / January 25, 2017

TONIGHT: CPUC Public Hearing on Cal-Am Water Rate Increase Request

TONIGHT: CPUC Public Hearing on Cal-Am Water Rate Increase Request

The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) will host a public hearing TONIGHT Tuesday, January 17th at 6:00 pm at the Palm Garden Hotel on Ventu Park Road. The meeting will solicit public input on Cal-Am’s proposed water rate increases. The CPUC is…

1 Comment / 47 View / January 17, 2017

$45,000 in Grants Available for Thousand Oaks Nonprofits

The City of Thousand Oaks Public Works Department will be accepting applications for the 2016-2017 Community Enhancement Grant Program now through Wednesday, October 19, 2016. The program provides grants for non-profit community and school groups, such as clubs and booster organizations,…

3 Comments / 205 View / September 30, 2016

Coastal Cleanup Day is September 17

Did you know you can help clean up the coast right here in Thousand Oaks? Show your community spirit and concern for our local creeks (which lead to the ocean) by being a volunteer taking part in the 32nd Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day! Volunteers will…

0 Comments / 43 View / September 2, 2016

Drought & Future of Water in Conejo Valley

Get the latest water updates straight from the source! Calleguas Metropolitan Water District provides water to all of the water districts in the City of Thousand Oaks. Calleguas staff will provide a comprehensive overview of all things water and answer…

0 Comments / 142 View / August 22, 2016

Saving Time and Money with Pool Covers

Pool covers can be incredibly useful accessories for any pool owner looking to maintain a clean and safe pool. They not only provide safety and cleanliness when the pool not in use, but they can also save money and resources…

0 Comments / 257 View / June 10, 2016

Arbor Earth Day 2016 Draws Crowds

The City of Thousand Oaks celebrated Arbor Earth Day on Saturday, April 16th, and it was a tremendous success with an estimated 2,500-plus residents in attendance. The event took place in a new location this year — Thousand Oaks Community Park….

2 Comments / 130 View / April 29, 2016

New Location and Time for Arbor Earth Day

The public is invited to Arbor Earth Day on April 16, 2016

2 Comments / 504 View / March 31, 2016

Finding Alternatives to Rodenticides

What are they? In short, rodenticides describe poisons commonly used to exterminate various types of rodents such as rats, gophers, and ground squirrels. The poison works by inhibiting clotting factors, causing the poisoned rodent to die from internal bleeding. The danger…

3 Comments / 512 View / February 25, 2016