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Overview of Simi Valley

Across 42 square miles you will locate a number of Simi Valley apartments for rent that are less than an hour drive away from downtown Los Angeles. The city's central location makes it easy to get around or head off to the Pacific Ocean at Malibu Beach. You don't have to leave the city to enjoy yourself, though! There are a number of fun activities to take part in right in Simi Valley.

Living in Simi Valley

Simi Valley apartments for rent that surround the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center are near one of the city's most popular entertainment venues. Regular performances are put on thanks to donations from local businesses and residents. Another area gem is the Simi Valley Library where special events are often hosted. Catch storytimes that will interest tots, music lovers and others.

The Simi Valley Parks District covers 5,600 acres that are filled with trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. You will also find apartments for rent in Simi Valley near local golf courses and Strathearn Historical Park and Museum - there are guided tours here. Be sure to check in for outdoor movies and craft fairs that are scheduled throughout the year.

Simi Valley Apartments and Cost of Living

The average cost of living in Simi Valley is 10.8 percent greater than the California average. Residents of Simi Valley apartments will enjoy an average cost of pizza that is 11.8 less expensive than the national average.

The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program is made available to residents by the Area Housing Authority of the County of Ventura.  Residents can also find low income housing options in Simi Valley apartments for rent through the Affordable Housing Program. Depending on a family's gross income, they may qualify for this assistance program.

Apartments in Simi Valley Work and Study

In December 2012, the unemployment rate in Simi Valley was at an even 7 percent. A large number of residents living in Simi Valley find employment in the financial and insurance service industries.

For families considering apartments in Simi Valley, you will have no trouble locating a place near your child's school, as there are more than 30 schools in the area. The student to teacher ratio here is 16.9 percent greater than the California ratio at 23:1. One local option for continuing your education is the Simi Valley Adult School and Career Institute.