CAMARILLO is a thriving community of over 66,000 in the
heart of Ventura County and offers an appealing mixture of
rural and suburban lifestyles.
WE INVITE YOU to enter our city limits and explore the
many natural, aesthetic and civic assets enjoyed by our
residents and our visitors, our youth and our seniors,
newcomers and "oldtimers" alike.
LOCATED along U.S. Highway 101, Camarillo is midway
between Los Angeles to the south, and Santa Barbara to
the north. The business environment and quality of life are
hard to beat in an area with some of the best climate
anywhere. Click Here for Camarillo Demographics
CITY HALL is located at 601 Carmen Drive, just south of
the intersection of Ponderosa Drive, and is open Monday
through Friday, between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM, except on
holidays. Customer Service can be reached at 388-5325.
To contact a member of the Council, please contact the
City Manager's office at 388-5307 or by
Join us for a Fireworks Spectacular on July 4th at Camarillo High School. Gates open at 4pm, fireworks begin at 9pm.
Admission is $2, kids 5 and under are free.
Buy your tickets through July 2 at City Hall or the
PV Recreation and Park District office. Tickets are
also available on July 4th at Camarillo High School.
View event poster
for more information.
Hours of Operation
Sunday - Thursday: 10am to 6pm
Friday - Saturday: 10am to 10pm
Camarillo Ranked 50th
Best Place to Live
Camarillo has been named one of the Top 100 Best Places
to Live by Livability.com, a national website that ranks
quality of life amenities of America’s small and mid-sized
cities. To produce its inaugural list of Top 100 Best Places to Live by Livability.com partnered with Richard
Florida’s Martin Prosperity Institute, the world's leading
think tank on the role of location, place, and city-regions
in global economic prosperity. Together they conducted a
months-long study of more than 1,700 U.S. cities and the
factors that make them the best places to live, work and
Click Here for Top 100 Best Places to Live
Water Wise Gardening
The City of Camarillo would like to introduce you to our “Water Wise Gardening”
website. It’s a website that offers you information on plant selection, plant placement, water conservation, irrigation systems,
answers to frequently-asked questions and more.
More information HERE
2014 Water Quality Report
2015 Recycle Schedule
Recycling Becomes Mandatory for Many Businesses and Multi-family Units
AB 341 took effect on July 1, 2012 and requires a business, defined to include a commercial or public entity that generates more than 4 cubic yards of commercial solid waste per week or is a multi-family residential dwelling unit of 5 units or more to arrange for recycling services. For more information about this new law, please visit the State’s Cal Recycle website at www.calrecycle.ca.gov/recycle/