What is the City doing?
In 2011, City Council adopted the Thousand Oaks Boulevard Specific Plan to establish new land use development and design guidelines for properties and streetscape improvements within the Thousand Oaks Boulevard corridor. At this point in time, the City is preparing a conceptual design for Thousand Oaks Boulevard Streetscape Improvements Project that encompasses only the “Civic Arts Plaza Zone” of the Specific Plan, which is provided below.
Where is this City doing this work?
The proposed conceptual design is for “Streetscape Improvements” on Thousand Oaks Boulevard from Erbes Road to Conejo School Road (Civic Arts Plaza Zone).
Why is the City doing this?
The proposed improvements are intended to better signify the Downtown Thousand Oaks area that is beautified and provides a more pedestrian friendly environment.
What are the impacts from this project?
During construction activities there may be some temporary impacts on traffic congestion and accessibility of the properties on both sides of the boulevard.
When is the City doing this work and how long will it take?
Pending final downtown design approval, the City is expected to move forward with construction on the first phase, from Erbes to Zuniga Ridge Place, in 2019.
What if I still have questions?
You may call Project Manager Shamir Shahamiri at 805 449-2452 or Sshahamiri@toaks.org.
- Thousand Oaks Blvd. Specific Plan [PDF] (6.86 MB)