Thousand Oaks Blvd Streetscape

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The City will be restoring the existing striping on Thousand Oaks Boulevard, from Dallas Drive to Zuniga Ridge Place and from Erbes Road to Oak Lane, including the first 200 ft of Erbes Road and Los Feliz Drive on Monday October 26 and Tuesday October 27.  In order to minimize the impact on the vehicular traffic, the work will be done at night from 8 pm to 6 am.


Project Description

The Thousand Oaks Boulevard Specific Plan establishes new design guidelines for properties and streetscape improvements within the Thousand Oaks Boulevard corridor. 

The new improvements which extend from east of Zuniga Ridge Place to west of Erbes Road include street regrading and repaving, new concrete paver sidewalks and crosswalks, new pedestrian lightings, traffic signal and traffic lane modifications, and new street trees. The work also includes replacement of aging and undersized watermains, water service lines and valves. 

Project Time Frame:

Construction started on April 27, 2020, and will last approximately 6 months. The construction of Thousand Oaks Blvd Streetscape Project will occur in two stages. The first stage will detour pedestrian and vehicular traffic to the south side of the boulevard while contractor is constructing the north side. The second stage will start at the conclusion of construction of the northern section, during this phase all pedestrian and vehicular traffic will be detoured to the north side of the boulevard while the south side is being constructed.  

Project Benefits:

The project will improve circulation of vehicles and pedestrians, and will improve safety.  It will also promote the concept of Thousand Oaks Blvd Specific Plan by creating an enhanced, pedestrian friendly environment.  

Project Map and Impacts: 

During construction, there will be lane closures and temporary impacts on traffic congestion and accessibility for properties on both sides of the boulevard.

Additional Information:

For questions or concerns, please contact the Project Manager, Ayda Forouzan, at, or (805) 449-2430