The Task Force on Homelessness was established by the City Council in 1999 to address the issue of homelessness in Simi Valley. The Task Force provides policy recommendations to the City Council to assist in developing the community's response to homelessness. The Task Force is comprised of representatives from the City Council, regional and local services providers, and government agencies providing services to individuals experiencing and at risk of homelessness.
The Task Force meets quarterly. All Task Force meetings are open to the public. Information for upcoming meetings is available below. Those interested in receiving meeting and other information related to the Task Force's efforts can sign up to receive email notifications. For information provided at the meetings, please refer to the Resources and Referrals page.
Additionally, City staff represents the City through involvement with the Ventura County Continuum of Care to ensure that the City's efforts take into account regional efforts and federal policies to maximize effectiveness. The Continuum of Care coordinates the regional Point In Time Count and prepared a brief summary of the findings to detail the state of homelessness in Ventura County.
For more information regarding the Task Force on Homelessness, please call (805) 583-6759. Interested organizations and individuals are encouraged to sign up for e-notify to receive email information, variances in meeting dates, and to stay informed regarding current and future updates.
Free Residential Cleanup and Recycling Day
- Date: 07/17/2016 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
- Location: Simi Valley Landfill and Recycling Center
2801 Madera Road
Simi Valley, California 93065
Residents of Simi Valley may dispose of residential cleanup material for free at the Simi Valley Landfill and Recycling Center, 2801 Madera Road, on Sunday, July 17, 2016, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Appliances, clean concrete and asphalt, clean wood and greenwaste, and construction or demolition material will also be accepted for recycling.
Residents are requested to separate recyclable material from trash so it can be recycled and not landfilled. The California Highway Patrol requires all loads to be covered to prevent spillage. Proof of Simi Valley residency, such as a driver’s license or trash bill with a Simi Valley address, will be required. Residents must unload their own vehicles. No commercial waste, hazardous waste, electronics, liquids, tires, household batteries, products containing mercury (such as thermometers and thermostats), or fluorescent light tubes and bulbs will be accepted. This event is for residents only with a maximum of two loads per household. Please click here to visit the Simi Valley Landfill’s website for more information.
Any residents transporting waste or recyclables in a commercial vehicle are subject to standard gate rate fees. Further information is available from the Simi Valley Landfill at (805) 579-7267.