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Thousand Oaks Library: City-owned library system funded by an assessment from homeowners. The Thousand Oaks 

Library is comprised of one main facility in Thousand Oaks and a branch library in Newbury Park. The Library collection includes over 350,000 items and friendly staff to provide assistance. 

Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency (COSCA): Formed through a joint powers agreement between the City and the Conejo Recreation and Parks District, COSCA preserves, protects, and manages open space resources in the Conejo Valley.  COSCA's open space system and network of trails provides a refuge from urbanization. 

See their Trail map here.

Conejo Recreation & Park District (CRPD): Learn more about CRPD’s extensive programs for all ages and great facilities:

Alex Fiore Thousand Oaks Teen Center: The Teen Center is the place to be  if you're in 7th - 12th grade. Programs include a variety of recreational classes, educational workshops, surf & sports camps, leagues, excursions, drop-in recreation, dances and live concerts, as well as lots of other great special events.

Goebel Adult Community Center: The Center offers classes, special events, excursions, and drop-in programs for senior adults. It's a full-service 21,000-square foot facility with meeting rooms, restrooms, kitchen, dining room, billiards room, putting green, horseshoe pits, and much more. 

CRPD Hiking Trail Resources

Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD): CVUSD is the public school district serving the City of Thousand Oaks. CVUSD schools have been recognized at the state and national level for their exemplary quality, including the Blue Ribbon Schools Program, CA Distinguished Schools, and other awarding bodies.


City Budget

The City of Thousand Oaks takes pride in its reputation for fiscal prudence and sustainability. The City prepares a biennial Operating Budget, Capital Improvement Program Budget, and User Fees. These structurally balanced budgets serve as the foundation for the City's financial planning and infrastructure needs of the community. Visit our budget webpage to learn more.