See What Ventura Has to Offer
Located just 60 miles from Los Angeles and less than 30 miles from Santa Barbara, the City of Ventura boasts a moderate climate, beautiful beaches and an abundance of open space. A diverse business sector, a charming and historic downtown, award-winning parks and schools and well-planned, quaint neighborhoods make Ventura an ideal place to reside and locate your business.
Location, Location, Location!
Arguably the greatest location on the Pacific Coast and affordable rates - what does this mean for your company? A greater return on your investment, not to mention a happy life for you and your employees when you're away from the office! Whether you seek to locate your business here or expand your real estate portfolio, you will find that Ventura far exceeds your expectations. Browse the commercial listings below or contact us and we'll help you find the right site for you.
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Live Here, Learn Here
Choices, Choices, Choices
VENTURA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
K-12 School Ratings
Ventura has 32 K-12 schools to choose from—11 of them are ranked 8, 9 or 10—and an award-winning magnet school program.
There are 17 traditional, public neighborhood schools, including the following schools with magnet programs that encourage students to focus on their passions or language-centered schools that will prepare students for the global economy.
ATLAS (Academy of Technology & Leadership at Saticoy)
EP Foster (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Academy)
Montalvo (Arts Academy) + 90/10 Dual Language Immersion Program in Spanish
Mound (Science & Global Citizenship Magnet)
Sheridan Way (International Language Study Academy) – Mandarin enrichment
Will Rogers – Schoolwide 50/50 Dual Language Immersion Program
K - 8 Options
- Homestead (K – 8 Homeschooling Program)
- Open Classroom (K – 8 Alternative School)
- Sunset (K – 8 Neighborhood Serving School)
Cross-town rivals, Buena High School and Ventura High School, are traditional mid-size high schools offering students the opportunity to enroll in Honors and AP Classes, a wide variety of electives such as music or journalism, an extensive athletics program allowing students to compete in a wide variety of sports, and a multitude of clubs and organizations to round out the extracurricular activities that students can engage in.
Foothill Technology High School – voted in the top 100 of America’s Top High Schools by Newsweek Magazine, Foothill is a small magnet public school, with a focus on technology, medical services and communications.
El Camino High School is a small, independent study, competency-based high school that offers students the opportunity to work independently on assigned courses while working closely with a mentor teacher. Students are also required to enroll concurrently at Ventura Community College for enrichment, career exploration, and advanced study.
Pacific High School is a small but exemplary continuation high school that serves students who have not succeeded in the traditional high school setting offering a structured yet flexible setting and the individual attention they wouldn’t otherwise get in a larger school.
Ventura is also home to two charter schools – offering parents even more tuition-free choices.
1) Ventura Charter School of Arts and Global Education is a K-8 progressive school offering an innovative, interdisciplinary project –based curriculum with a student-centered approach that also addresses the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical needs of the students. By involving parents in their child’s education and utilizing multi-aged classrooms, students receive individualized lessons tailored to their needs.
2) Golden Valley Charter School is a K – 12 non-classroom based program serving four counties that focuses on individualized learning with parents serving as the day-to-day instructor under the guidance of a fully-credentialed teacher.
In addition to all of the public school choices, Ventura offers a great selection of private schools as well.
Our Lady of the Assumption (K – 8)
City Christian School (pre-K – 8)
Holy Cross (K – 8)
Ventura Missionary School (K – 8)
Saint Augustine Academy (K – 12)
Colleges & Universities
(Colleges and Universities within 40 miles)
California State University Channel Islands
University of California, Santa Barbara
Cal Lutheran University
In Our Backyard
Where else can you drive to the mountains, the desert, and the beach within a couple of hours?
There is so much to explore around Ventura! Ventura is the gateway to the Channel Islands National Park – known as the “North America’s Galapagos”! Just 30 minutes away from destinations like Ojai and Santa Barbara! Day trips to Los Angeles and all of the family friendly attractions such as Disneyland, Universal Studios, Hollywood, and Beverly Hills! A quick trip up/down the coast to so many coastal cities – such as Malibu, Santa Monica, or Venice Beach to the South. Driveable weekend get-aways include 7 national parks, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, San Diego, Mammoth, or even San Francisco!
The City of Ventura is home to more than 800 acres of parkland. There are 32 parks to choose from, each with its own scenic beauty, character, and amenities - ranging from rentable, covered picnic areas to sports fields to barbeque pits. Hike a trail in the woodsy Arroyo Verde Park, play tennis or baseball at Camino Real Park among the monarch butterflies, or take your little ones to one of several oceanside playgrounds! Our parks offer something for everyone!
Live an Active Lifestyle Here
Whether you're 2 or 102, Ventura offers a myriad of recreational opportunities for every interest imaginable. The City of Ventura offers more than 200 classes every season. Last year, almost 17,000 residents participated in a City Parks and Recreation class offering.
Over 10 miles of walking/hiking trails – it’s no wonder that it’s become a runner’s mecca! Athletic events such as the Mountains 2 Beach Marathon, the Color Run, or the Ventura Mud Run bring out active residents and visitors alike to enjoy our seaside trails, scenic vistas, and ocean breezes.Entertainment, Recreation and Tourism
Channel Islands National Park & Harbor
Historic Downtown Ventura, City Hall & Pier
Museum of Ventura County
Ventura Botanical Gardens
San Buenaventura Mission
Ventura County Fair…a Country Fair with Ocean Air!
Surf Rodeo: Music and Surf Festival
Champagne on Main
California Beer Festival
Winter Wine Walk
Ventura Music Festival
Santa Barbara Airport...30 miles
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)...60 miles
Burbank Bob Hope Airport....60 miles
CONTACT US TODAY
For more information on available space in Ventura, please contact Rosie Ornelas, Economic Development Analyst for the City of Ventura by calling (805) 677-3958 or emailing [email protected]cityofventura.ca.gov