Questions or concerns regarding a business's compliance with COVID-19 requirements may be directed to the Covid Compliance hotline at 1 (844) VC-OPENS / (844) 826-7367 or email

The Simi Valley Public Library, Senior Center, and Cultural Arts Center remain closed to the public.

 For the most current COVID-19 case numbers and more, visit I En Español

Homeless Resources and Referrals

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Are you unsure which agency to call or where to find assistance? For more helpful information and referral to local government and non-profit resources to assist with a wide variety of needs, including referral to City and government services, landlord/tenant issues, neighbor concerns, homeless services, social services, and consumer resources please call 2-1-1.

Housing Information

For landlord/tenant information, contact the Housing Rights Center by calling (800) 477-5977 or (213) 201-0867 (TTY), the County of Ventura District Attorney Consumer Mediation Section by calling (805) 654-3110, or the California Department of Consumer Affairs landlord/tenant booklet.

For foreclosure resources, visit the City's Housing & Special Projects page and for more information on affordable housing visit the City's Affordable and Senior Housing Program page.

Homeless Assistance

For 24-hour assistance and more information on Pathways to Home (Ventura County's Coordinated Entry System), please call the Ventura County 2-1-1 resource and referral line by dialing 2-1-1.

For social and homeless services, please review the resource information below:

Additional Community Resources

County of Ventura Human Services Agency Resources for Homeless People of Eastern Ventura County

Resources presented to the Task Force on Homelessness

Resources presented at the Homeless Resource Coordination meetings


The City of Simi Valley’s Task Force on Homelessness meets quarterly and is focused on policy development, regional and local collaboration, and agency resource allocation on a community-wide level. There is also a Homeless Resource Coordination meeting that meets quarterly to receive informational presentations to assist service providers, share resources and identify gaps in services (both meetings are public meetings). 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.