Welcome to the City of Thousand Oaks' Government Transparency portal where we've made a variety of information pertaining to City business and operations readily available in a single centralized location. Can't find what you're looking for? Please email and let us know how we can improve access to your City government.
- Quarter 2 Report (October 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017)
- Quarter 3 Report (January 1, 2018 to March 31, 2018)
Board & Commission Agendas
Agendas identify the specific topics that will be discussed at a public meeting. To ensure that the public is informed about meetings that may impact them, the Brown Act requires that agendas be posted 72 hours prior to a scheduled meeting. The law also limits meeting discussion to items listed on the agenda.
Local Government Profile
Thousand Oaks is a general law City with a council/manager form of government. The City Council is the policy-making body, appointing the city manager who is responsible for carrying out Council policy.
Financial Transparency Tool
Using an easy-to-use budget transparency tool, visitors can see how the City of Thousand Oaks spends and receives money through graphically based views of financial information. Explore our Financial Transparency Tool and learn more about your City’s finances.
Public Records Request
We have various public records, such as minutes, resolutions and ordinances for City Council, Planning Commission and other City Boards, Commissions and Committees, available to citizens through Laserfiche Weblink Document Archive. Call (805) 449-2152 with questions download our reference guide here and call us at 805-449-2152.
Public hearings are one of the ways we receive input on proposals impacting the community. City Council, Planning Commission and several smaller City boards, commissions and committees will post notices of all upcoming public hearings online and outside the City Hall lobby.
Citywide Goals and Priorities
Our goals and priorities help build a foundation for decision-making. Visit the links below to view recently approved goals and supporting documents.
Conflict of Interest Statements
The California Political Reform Act requires City Council members and some City employees to disclose their personal financial interests by completing and filing Form 700 each year. The purpose is to help government officials identify potential conflicts of interest and to inform the public of potential conflicts. Form 700 filings are public records, available to anyone who requests them. Visit the City Clerk pages for more information.
Additionally, the City has a separate policy for the distribution of tickets and passes received by the City.
Development Activity Report
This monthly report provides an overview of pending and approved projects by the Community Development Department. You will find information on residential, commercial and institutional project applications, zone changes wireless and tree permits.