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Fire officials have confirmed that the Rye Fire now poses no threat to the City of Simi Valley. Based on that information the City's Emergency Operations Center has closed. Fire and Police Department personnel will be closely monitoring the City for potential fire threats throughout forecasted wind events. Please immediately report any suspicious activity observed in brush and wild land interface areas of the City by calling 911. 

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Growth Trends

 

1970

1980

1990

2000

2010

Population- Ventura County

375,430

529,174

669,016

753,197

825,512

Taxable Sales
County x 1,000

$613,232

$2,123,638

$5,647,007

$9,096,092

$12,404,948

Population in   City Limits

46,464

77,500

101,217

111,351

126,329

Taxable Sales x
1,000

$45,290

$207,799

$623,675

$1,042,534

$1,630,808

Occupied Dwellings-City

14,350

22,643

33,111

36,543

42,084

School Enrollment

11,600
(K-6)

17,420

18,235

20,600

20,340

housing photoHousing Availability, Prices & Rentals

Rentals for one and two bedroom apartments and duplexes ranges from $1,000 to $2,000 per month. Rentals for two and three bedroom houses range from $1,600 to $2,750 per month. Sales prices of existing condominiums range from $180,000 to $550,000.  Sales prices of existing detached homes range from $275,000 to well over $1,000,000. There are seven mobile home parks in the community area.

Owner-Occupied Dwellings
(2009 U.S. Census Bureau)

77.1%

Median Housing Value
(CA Association of Realtors, 2012)

$326,000

Median Household Income
(2009 U.S. Census Bureau)

$87,502