Ventura County

The County of Ventura was formed January 1, 1873, when it separated from Santa Barbara County. The county’s coastline stretches 42 miles along the Pacific Ocean in Southern California. The Los Padres National Forest accounts for 46 percent of the landmass in the northern portion of the county. Ventura County is a leading agricultural producer. Farming and the Los Padres National Forest occupy half of the county’s 1.2 million acres. More than a million people call Ventura County making it the 11th most populous county in the State of California.

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Southern California Edison Announces Thomas, Woolsey Fire Settlement

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Southern California Edison announced today it hasreached a $210 million settlement to resolve claims filed by public agenciesover...
Ventura earthquake November 8 2019

Tremors Continue in Ventura for the Second Day in a Row

Residents of Ventura received a different kind of morning wake up call today as three earthquakes hit the area in under 2...
Cracks emerge on a road after an earthquake broke in Trona, California, U.S., in this photo from the USGS posted on July 6, 2019. USGS/Handout via REUTERS

Two Earthquakes Hit Ventura County

Residents of Ventura California were awoken this morning by some other than an alarm clock. A 3.3-magnitude struck at 4:58 a.m. Pacific...

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