About Visioning 2064

The Visioning Report was presented to City Council on February 10, 2015. The report includes Guiding Principles, Action Items, and results from each of the five Committees. To view the report click here.



What is the Visioning 2064 Program?
As we celebrate our 50th year as a City, the City Council is looking forward to what the next 50 years might look like. The “2064 Visioning Program” is a community exercise to develop a general road map with guiding principles for the City through the year 2064. Five focus areas will be led by a City Councilmember and will meet once a month from April to October 2014. Committee names and meeting locations are listed below.

How can I be involved?
Visioning requires community input from residents like you. Simply pick a topic of interest and show up at the next scheduled committee meeting to share your perspective of what Thousand Oaks will look like in 2064.

Can I switch between different committees?
Of course! Please find the committee meeting that matches what you are most interested in. We will update the website to show you what topics will be the main focus for the next meetings. Some may overlap, which is okay since they will focus on their particular committee. Use this chance to see and hear from your City Councilmembers and voice your opinion.

What if I can't make it to the meeting?
Start the conversation online using MindMixer, our community dialog forum! Visit engageto.mindmixer.com and share your ideas.

As we celebrate our 50th year as a City, the City Council is looking forward to what the next 50 years might look like. The “2064 Visioning Program” is a community exercise to develop a general road map with guiding principles for the City through the year 2064. Five focus areas will be led by a City Councilmember and will meet once a month from April to October 2014. 

On March 26, Futurist Joel Kotkin spoke to crowd of residents in the Scherr Forum as the kickoff event for the Thousand Oaks "Visioning 2064" program. Participants of all ages were able to listen to new and innovative ideas to help shape the future. There were many points made that will give the City and residents many points to ponder about.