Overview of Oxnard
Oxnard has the perfect small-town California vibe and diverse range of activities. Just 35 miles northwest of Los Angeles, and nestled on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, apartment renters in Oxnard find plenty to love about this city. According to the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce, the city is home to seven miles of uncrowded beaches, which is probably why Oxnard locals call the area a surfer's dream and a sun lover's haven. There are plenty of land and sea activities to take part in, including biking, kayaking and sailing. Oxnard is also home of the famous California Strawberry Festival in May and a local Salsa Festival in July.
Living in Oxnard
The city of Oxnard is named after Henry T. Oxford, who operated a successful sugar beet factory with his three brothers. Shortly after Oxnard established this beet campaign in 1897, a new town emerged, formally recognized as the Henry T. Oxnard Historical District. Oxnard wanted to name the settlement zachari, after the Greek word for sugar, but after failing to pass this through a chain of bureaucracy, he named the town after himself.
Today, this idyllic beach community is home to 199,000 people, yet still has a small-town feel.Apartment renters in Oxnard will appreciate the mild weather and beautiful beaches, as well as the historical monuments, including the Henry T. Oxnard National Historic District and Heritage Square.
In terms of public transportation, the city of Oxnard is served by Gold Coast Transit.
Apartments in Oxnard-Study
Some of the largest colleges in and around Oxnard are Ventura College, Moorpark College and Oxnard College, all three of which offer two-year programs.
Apartments in Oxnard-Work
If work brings you to look into Oxnard apartments, some of the top employers in the city include Taconic, Frank Stubbs Company, Zymed, Somera, Templock and Broadband Technologies.
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
$1550 - $2050
Studio-2 Beds1-2 Baths