Welcome To Simi Valley

Simi Valley is a larger town, north of the Conejo Valley – population around 126,000.  While not technically part of the Conejo Valley, it’s close enough, and a great, more affordable option to some of the more expensive neighboring towns.

Simi Valley has loads of beautiful parks and hiking trails, and that same laid-back lifestyle you get with the rest of the Conejo Valley.

This area has everything from townhomes to sprawling estates and guard gated communities.  There is a good mix of older and newer homes, some with HOA’s and many without. 

Simi Valley is known for being a safe, pleasant place to live. You’ll find everything you need between the large shopping centers and recognizable restaurants.  The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is what Simi Valley is known for, and attracts tourists from LA, the Conejo Valley and beyond.  Even though it’s a sprawling town, there are many smaller community pockets that will give you a tight knit community vibe.

If you work in LA or the San Fernando Valley, moving to Simi Valley is a great choice to save on commuting time. Instead of taking the congested 101, you’ll take the comparatively smooth-sailing 118 across the northern part of the valley, and drop down into LA.

The downside? You won’t get the mild weather that you get in Thousand Oaks. Temps in Simi can easily hit the triple digits in the summers.  Additionally, there are great pockets, and not-so-great pockets.


Simi Valley is bordered by Oak Park and Thousand Oaks to the south, Moorpark to the west, the San Fernando Valley to the east, and Tapo Canyon Regional Park to the north.

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Places of Interest

Simi Valley is often referred to as a bedroom community, but more and more it’s becoming a destination for tourists and locals from neighboring towns. A few places of interest include:

  • The Ronald Raegan Library & Museum – this is the attraction that Simi Valley is most known for. It attracts tourists from LA, the Conejo Valley, and beyond! Check their website regularly for special exhibits.
  • Simi Hills Golf Course – a course for golfers of all skill levels. It has a 3.5 star rating from Golf Digest for being one of the best places to play in the US.
  • Simi Cultural Arts Center – located in a historic 1920’s building. This center puts on over 350 events per year. Events include: musicals, concerts, art exhibits, craft fairs, and weddings. 
  • Rocky Peak Hiking Trail – beautiful hiking trail between Los Angeles and Ventura County, features stunning panoramic views.
  • Arroyo Simi Bike Path A multi-use path and popular destination for walkers, runners, bikers, skateboarders, and horseback riders. There are multiple entry/exit locations.
  • Simi Town Center – nice suburban indoor/outdoor town center featuring a variety of shops and restaurants.
  • Skateboarding Hall of Fame and Museum – The World’s First Skateboarding Museum is located in Simi Valley! The 10,000 sqft space includes the Hall of Fame Museum, and a small indoor skatepark. They also offer lessons for ages 4 and up.


Simi Valley has it’s own highly-regarded school district, Simi Valley Unified School District. The schools here are also School of Choice.

Homes For Sale & Sold in The Neighborhood

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