Contents 1 History 1.1 Prehistory and indigenous peoples 1.2 Spanish period (1769 – 1822) 1.3 Mexican period (1822 – 1848) 1.4 Early agricultural development (1848 – 1919) 1.5 Oil and development boom (1920 – 1945) 1.6 Postwar years and the 1950s boom (1946 – present) 1.7 Thomas Fire (2017) 2 Geography 2.1 Climate 3 Demographics 3.1 2010 3.2 2000 4 Economy 4.1 Top employers 4.2 Incubator 5 Arts and culture 6 Sports and recreation 6.1 Parks 7 Government 8 Education 9 Infrastructure 9.1 Libraries 9.1.1 Public Libraries 9.1.2 Academic Library 9.1.3 Other Libraries 9.2 Transportation 9.3 Water and sewer utilities 10 In popular culture 10.1 Film 10.2 Books 11 Points of interest 11.1 Downtown Ventura 11.2 Ventura Visitors Center 11.3 Two Trees 11.4 Plaza Park 11.5 Ventura Harbor 11.6 Pierpont Bay 11.7 Olivas Adobe 11.8 Erle Stanley Gardner 11.9 Notable locations 12 Sister cities 13 See also 14 References 15 External links

History[edit] Further information: History of the west coast of North America July 4 celebration in Ventura, 1874. Parade Marshal is Thomas R. Bard. Statue of Junípero Serra by John Palo Kangas, commissioned by the WPA in 1935 Prehistory and indigenous peoples[edit] See also: Population of Native California Archaeological discoveries in the area suggest that humans have populated the region for at least 10,000-12,000 years.[15] Archaeological research demonstrates that the Chumash people have deep roots in central and southern coastal regions of California, and has revealed artifacts from their culture.[13](p11) Shisholop Village, designated Historic Point of Interest #18 by the city at the foot of nearby Figueroa Street, was the site of a Chumash village.[12] The Ventura band (Mitskanaka), which was in residence at the time of the arrival of the Spanish, had contact with the Limu band on Santa Cruz Island, who traveled in seagoing Tomols, plank-built boats, bringing shell bead money and chert in trade.[16][17] Spanish period (1769 – 1822)[edit] Main article: Spanish missions in California In 1769, the Spanish Portola expedition, first recorded European visitors to inland areas of California, came down the Santa Clara River Valley from the previous night's encampment near today's Saticoy and camped near the outlet of the Ventura River on August 14. Fray Juan Crespi, a Franciscan missionary traveling with the expedition, noted that "we saw a regular town, the most populous and best laid-out of all that we had seen on the journey up to the present time."[18] Archaeological records found that the Chumash village they encountered was settled sometime around 1000 A.D. Junípero Serra, first leader of the Franciscans in California, founded Mission San Buenaventura in 1782 as his ninth and last mission establish near the Chumash village as part of Spain's colonization of Alta California.[19] The mission was named for St. Bonaventure, a Thirteenth Century Franciscan saint and a Doctor of the Church. San Miguel Chapel was the first outpost and center of operations while the first Mission San Buenaventura was being constructed. The first mission burned in 1801 and a replacement building of brick and stone was completed in 1809. The bell tower and facade of the new mission was destroyed by an 1812 earthquake.[20][21] The Mission was rebuilt and functions as a parish church. Historic tours of downtown include the mission compound. Mexican period (1822 – 1848)[edit] The Mexican secularization act of 1833 was passed twelve years after Mexico won independence from Spain in 1821. Mission land was sold or given away in large grants called ranchos. Rancho Ex-Mission San Buenaventura was a 48,823-acre (197.58 km2) grant that included downtown Ventura. Governor Juan Bautista Alvarado granted Rancho San Miguel to Felipe Lorenzana and Raymundo Olivas whose Olivas Adobe on the banks of the Santa Clara River was the most magnificent hacienda south of Monterey. Fernando Tico also received a Mexican land grant for Ojai and a lot near the river in downtown Ventura. [22] Early agricultural development (1848 – 1919)[edit] California became a territory of the United States in 1848 and the 31st state in the Union in 1850. After the American Civil War, settlers came to the area, buying land from the Mexicans, or simply as squatters. Vast holdings were later acquired by Easterners, including the railroad magnate, Thomas A. Scott. He was impressed by one of the young employees, Thomas R. Bard, who had been in charge of train supplies to Union troops, and Bard was sent west to handle Scott's property. Not easily accessible, Ventura was not a target of immigrants, and remained quiet and rural. For most of the century which followed the incorporation of Ventura in 1866, it remained isolated from the rest of the state. Ventura had a flourishing Chinese settlement in the early 1880s. The largest concentration of activity, known as China Alley, was just across Main Street from the Mission San Buenaventura. China Alley was parallel with Main Street and extended easterly off Figueroa Street between Main and Santa Clara Streets.[23] The city council has designated the China Alley Historic Area a Point of Interest in the downtown business district.[24] Ventura Pier was built in 1872 at a cost of $45,000 and was the longest wooden Pier in California. In 1914 a ship severed the pier. It was rebuilt to a length of 1,700 feet (520 m) by 1917. An active wharf for 64 years, it was reinforced with steel pilings after 420 feet (130 m) of the pier was destroyed by a storm in 1995.[25][26][27][28] Oil and development boom (1920 – 1945)[edit] The Union Oil Company was organized with Bard as President in 1890, and had offices in Santa Paula. The large Ventura Oil Field was first drilled in 1919 and at its peak produced 90,000 barrels per day (14,000 m3/d).[29][30] The development of the oil fields in the 1920s, along with the building of better roads to Los Angeles and the affordability of automobiles, enabled a major real estate boom. Contemporary downtown Ventura is defined by extant buildings from this period.[31][32] In this bustling oil boom town Ventura Theatre opened in 1928.[33] During this decade, many other buildings were constructed: the Hobson Brothers Meat Packing Company (1923),[34] the First National Bank of Ventura (1926) (commonly called the Earl Stanley Gardner),[35] the Ventura Hotel (1926), the Elks Lodge - B. P. 0. E. #1430 (1928),[36] the Mission Theater (1928), the Hotel Washington (1928), the Swift & Company Building (1928), and the Masonic Temple (1929).[31] Located between the Ventura River and the Santa Clara River, the soil is so fertile that town boosters claimed that citrus grew better here than anywhere else in the state. The citrus farmers formed Sunkist Growers, Incorporated, the world's largest organization of citrus production. On March 12, 1928, the St. Francis Dam, 54 mi (87 km) inland, failed catastrophically, taking over 600 lives. The resulting flood reached Montalvo about 5:30 a.m., almost two miles (3 km) wide and traveling at a speed of 5 mph (8.0 km/h) per hour. Postwar years and the 1950s boom (1946 – present)[edit] From the south, travel by auto was slow and hazardous, until the completion of a four-lane freeway (US Highway 101) over the Conejo Grade in 1959. This route, now further widened and improved by 1969, is known as the Ventura Freeway, which directly links Ventura with the rest of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Another route, US Highway 101 ALT (now the Pacific Coast Highway) traveled along the coast from Santa Monica via Oxnard, but was not heavily used. From the north, entrance was by way of a single road along the beach and stagecoach passengers either had to wait until low tide when the horses could cross on the exposed wet sand, or go up the Ventura River Valley and then cross over the mountains to Santa Barbara via Casitas Pass, a long and difficult trip. In 1913, the Rincon Sea Level Road and the Ventura River Bridge opened; motoring tourists no longer had to fear coming through here.[37] Inland, Ventura was hemmed in by the mountainous country and deep canyons of the Los Padres National Forest. This route became passable with the completion of the Maricopa Highway (U.S. 399, now state highway 33) in the 1930s, connecting Ventura and Ojai with the San Joaquin Valley. Ventura continued to grow steadily. In 1920 there were 4,156 people. In 1930 the population had increased to 11,603, by 1950 the population reached 16,643, by 1970 the population was 57,964, and in 1980 the population had increased to 73,774. In the last three decades it has increased to approximately 107,000. To minimize outward growth onto the agricultural land that surrounds the existing community, the city is pursuing a strategy of "in-fill first" with the 2005 General Plan which means growth will focus inward to certain "Districts, Corridors, and Neighborhood Centers" that will become more intensely populated.[38] Thomas Fire (2017)[edit] Main article: Thomas Fire Following a late fall Santa Ana winds event a fire was sparked about 15 miles (24 km) north of Ventura in Santa Paula, California around 6:30 PM December 4, 2017. Winds had peaked in the overnight hours causing major spreading of the fire over thousands of acres in a short time. Early on December 5 the fire had quickly spread through the western portion of Ventura County causing mass evacuations and power outages. The winds swept through the Ventura area causing the fire to spread through the downtown area nearing California State Route 1 causing major delays on the highways as well the destruction of homes and buildings. The Thomas Fire is part of a series of fires during this prolonged wind event causing at least four major fires in the area. The fire in total has burned over 95,000 acres as of December 7 and is reaching by the near city of Ojai. Mass evacuation orders were prompted and US Route 101 was shutdown.

Geography[edit] Ventura is located northwest of Los Angeles on the California coast. The western portion of the City stretches north along the Ventura River and is characterized by a narrow valley with steeply sloped areas along both sides. The steep slopes of the Ventura foothills abut the northern portion of the community. Much of the eastern portion is on relatively flat alluvial coastal plain lying along the western edge of the Oxnard Plain. The Santa Clara River forms the city's southerly boundary with the city limits reaching up to the beginning of the Santa Clara River Valley at the historic community of Saticoy.[39] According to the United States Census Bureau, Ventura has a total area of 32.1 square miles (83 km2), of which 21.7 square miles (56 km2) is land and 10.4 square miles (27 km2) (32.53%) is water. Climate[edit] Ventura has a Mediterranean climate, typical of most coastal California cities, with the sea breeze off the Pacific Ocean moderating temperatures. It is not uncommon for the city to be affected by Santa Ana winds off the Transverse Ranges on occasion, which increase temperatures dramatically. Climate data for Ventura, California Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Record high °F (°C) 88 (31) 91 (33) 99 (37) 100 (38) 101 (38) 102 (39) 103 (39) 103 (39) 103 (39) 103 (39) 99 (37) 96 (36) 103 (39) Average high °F (°C) 66 (19) 66 (19) 65 (18) 68 (20) 68 (20) 70 (21) 73 (23) 74 (23) 74 (23) 73 (23) 70 (21) 66 (19) 69.4 (20.8) Daily mean °F (°C) 55.5 (13.1) 56.5 (13.6) 56.5 (13.6) 59 (15) 60.5 (15.8) 63 (17) 66 (19) 67 (19) 66.5 (19.2) 64 (18) 59.5 (15.3) 55.5 (13.1) 60.79 (15.98) Average low °F (°C) 45 (7) 47 (8) 48 (9) 50 (10) 53 (12) 56 (13) 59 (15) 60 (16) 59 (15) 55 (13) 49 (9) 45 (7) 52.2 (11.2) Record low °F (°C) 29 (−2) 28 (−2) 31 (−1) 35 (2) 39 (4) 42 (6) 44 (7) 46 (8) 42 (6) 37 (3) 33 (1) 29 (−2) 28 (−2) Average rainfall inches (mm) 3.41 (86.6) 3.90 (99.1) 3.04 (77.2) 0.72 (18.3) 0.21 (5.3) 0.05 (1.3) 0.02 (0.5) 0.07 (1.8) 0.36 (9.1) 0.36 (9.1) 1.37 (34.8) 2.11 (53.6) 15.62 (396.7) Source:

Demographics[edit] Historical population Census Pop. %± 1880 1,370 — 1890 2,320 69.3% 1900 2,470 6.5% 1910 2,901 17.4% 1920 4,156 43.3% 1930 11,603 179.2% 1940 13,264 14.3% 1950 16,534 24.7% 1960 29,114 76.1% 1970 57,964 99.1% 1980 73,774 27.3% 1990 92,575 25.5% 2000 100,916 9.0% 2010 106,433 5.5% Est. 2016 109,592 [9] 3.0% U.S. Decennial Census[40] Light The Night, a Walk-A-Thon to raise money for leukemia. September 28, 2013 at Mission Park. 2010[edit] The 2010 United States Census[41] reported that Ventura had a population of 106,433. The population density was 3,316.2 people per square mile (1,280.4/km²). The racial makeup of Ventura was 76.6% White, 1.6% African American, 1.2% Native American, 3.4% Asian (0.9% Filipino, 0.6% Chinese, 0.4% Indian, 0.4% Korean, 0.4% Japanese, 0.3% Vietnamese, 0.5% Other), 0.2% Pacific Islander, 5.2% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 31.8% of the population. The Census reported that 103,940 people (97.7% of the population) lived in households, 755 (0.7%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 1,738 (1.6%) were institutionalized. There were 40,438 households, out of which 13,014 (32.2%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 18,907 (46.8%) were opposite-sex married couples living together, 4,936 (12.2%) had a female householder with no husband present, 2,153 (5.3%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were 2,621 (6.5%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 371 (0.9%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. 10,959 households (27.1%) were made up of individuals and 4,271 (10.6%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.57. There were 25,996 families (64.3% of all households); the average family size was 3.14. The population was spread out with 23,918 people (22.5%) under the age of 18, 9,581 people (9.0%) aged 18 to 24, 28,814 people (27.1%) aged 25 to 44, 29,957 people (28.1%) aged 45 to 64, and 14,163 people (13.3%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 39.0 years. For every 100 females there were 97.7 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 95.6 males. There were 42,827 housing units at an average density of 1,334.4 per square mile (515.2/km²), of which 22,600 (55.9%) were owner-occupied, and 17,838 (44.1%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 1.3%; the rental vacancy rate was 5.5%. 59,330 people (55.7% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 44,610 people (41.9%) lived in rental housing units. 2000[edit] As of the census[42] of 2000, there were 100,916 people, 38,524 households, and 25,233 families residing in the city. The population density was 4,790.6 inhabitants per square mile (1,849.3/km²). There were 39,803 housing units at an average density of 1,889.5 per square mile (729.4/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 78.8% White, 1.4% African American, 1.2% Native American, 3.0% Asian, 0.2% Pacific Islander, 11.1% from other races, and 4.3% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 30.4% of the population. Ventura City Hall There were 38,524 households out of which 32.1% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.2% were married couples living together, 11.7% had a female householder with no husband present, and 34.5% were non-families. 26.5% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.7% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.56 and the average family size was 3.12. In the city, the population was spread out with 25.0% under the age of 18, 7.8% from 18 to 24, 31.5% from 25 to 44, 22.8% from 45 to 64, and 12.8% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 37 years. For every 100 females there were 96.9 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 93.8 males. The median income for a household in the city was $52,297, and the median income for a family was $60,466. Males had a median income of $43,828 versus $31,793 for females. The per capita income for the city was $25,065. About 6.4% of families and 9.0% of the population were below the poverty line, including 12.2% of those under age 18 and 5.3% of those age 65 or over.

Economy[edit] The outdoor clothing manufacturer Patagonia is based in Ventura.[43] The headquarters of the company are located just west of the downtown area. The eco-designer Stewart+Brown has their factory just a few blocks from the ocean. Diaper bag manufacturer Petunia Pickle Bottom is headquartered near downtown Ventura. Visionary research and resource company The Barna Group is located near downtown Ventura. Ventura is a course in Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2. It was called 'Skatestreet Ventura'. Ventura is a destination for tourists and is popular for people living in southern California. They enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and ambiance with activities such as walking on the beach and other outdoor activities and sports like kayaking.[44] Top employers[edit] According to the State of California's Employment Development Department the America's Labor Market Information System (ALMIS) Employer Database, 2016 1st Edition, indicated that the major employers in the city of Ventura, CA are California State University, Coleman Welding, Community Memorial Health System and Community Memorial Hospital. According to the City's 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report,[45] the top employers in the city are: # Employer Number of Employees 2016 Percent of Total City Employment Number of Employees 2007 Percent of Total City Employment 1 County of Ventura 7,915 13.84% 7,320 12.56% 2 Ventura Unified School District 2,674 4.67% 2,138 3.67% 3 Community Memorial Health System 1,458 2.55% 1,900 3.26% 4 Ventura College 712 1.24% 1,835 3.15% 5 Employer's Depot 608 1.06% na na 6 City of San Buenaventura 597 1.04% 1,144 1.96% 7 Patagonia Works (Lost Arrow Corp.) 537 0.94% na na 8 Kaiser Permanente 525 0.92% na na 9 Target 402 0.70% na na 10 Ventura Superior Court 289 0.51% na na Ventura County Health Care Agency na na 2,197 3.77% Incubator[edit] In 2009 the City of Ventura created Ventura Ventures Technology Center,[46] a business incubator with a high-tech focus. Ventura Ventures Technology Center was created as an economic engine to develop jobs and companies locally, as well as attract entrepreneurs to the area.

Arts and culture[edit] The Ventura County Fairgrounds is the home of the annual Ventura County Fair, and over the years has hosted such acts as Jimi Hendrix, The Grateful Dead, Smokey Robinson, All American Rejects, Smash Mouth, and Sugar Ray, as well as the Vans Warped Tour. The Derby Club (offering Horse Racing Live via Satellite), and full service bars and restaurants. The Train Station for Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner route is adjacent to the fairgrounds. The Ventura Film Festival puts on a yearly red carpet gala event and has hosted some of film's top celebrities, including the full cast of the Academy Award-winning film West Side Story. In 2011, it celebrated the 50th anniversary of the famous film by giving lifetime achievement awards to cast members George Chakiris and Russ Tamblyn. The films Swordfish, Little Miss Sunshine, Chinatown, Erin Brockovich, The Aviator, and The Rock were partly filmed in Ventura, and most of the 2011 release Bellflower was shot in Ventura. Ancestors of land grant recipient Fernando Tico have been heavily involved in the arts. Randy Tico was the music coordinator for a Bo Derek movie with Anthony Quinn and Donald Trump. Nate Tico is a talent scout focussing on voice overs and Edward Tico is a television producer for KMVT15. [47] Downtown's Majestic Ventura Theater is an early 20th-century landmark. A venue for concerts, it has seen performances from legendary artists such as The Doors, Pearl Jam, Van Halen, X, Ray Charles, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Social Distortion, Bad Religion, Fugazi, Incubus, Tom Petty, They Might Be Giants, and Johnny Cash, as well as some of the city's most successful homegrown artists like KYLE, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Army of Freshmen.

Sports and recreation[edit] Ventura is famed for the quality and frequency of the surfing conditions at spots such as Surfer's Point near the Ventura County Fairgrounds.[48] The Ventura County Fairgrounds is the home to the Ventura Raceway, "The best little dirt track in America",[49] Ventura is the home to the soccer clubs Ventura County Football Club[50] and Ventura County Fusion, of the USL Premier Development League. Parks[edit] Boat entering Ventura Harbor. Arroyo Verde Park Arundell Linear Park Aurora Linear Park Barranca Vista Park Belaire Linear Park Blanche Reynolds Park (Rainbow Bridge) Bristol Bay Linear Park Brock Linear Park Camino Real Park Cemetery Memorial Park Chumash Park County Square Linear Park Eastwood Park Fritz Huntzinger Youth Sports Complex Grant Park Harry Lyon Park Hobart Park Juanamaria Park Junipero Serra Park Kennebec Linear Park Kellogg Park [51] Marina Park Marion Cannon Park Mission Park[52] Montalvo Hill Park Northbank Linear Park Ocean Avenue Park Plaza Park[53] Promenade Park Ralston Village Linear Park Rancho Ventura Linear Park Riverview Linear Park Seaside Park (and Ventura County Fairgrounds) Seaside Wilderness Park San Buenaventura State Beach Thille Park Ventura Community Park Westpark[54] Woodside Linear Park

Government[edit] Ventura has an at-large system of electing council members.[55] The council elects from among its own members a mayor and deputy mayor who serve for 2-year terms.[56]

Education[edit] Ventura has four college campuses, Ventura College of Law, Southern California Institute of Law, Santa Barbara Business College and Ventura College. Ventura College is a community college, part of the Ventura County Community College District.[57] The Ventura College of Law is a non-profit law school founded in 1969. The Brooks Institute of Photography shut down in 2016 after many years in the community. Public school students from kindergarten through 12th grade attend schools in the Ventura Unified School District. The district has five high schools: Ventura High in the midtown area, Buena High in east Ventura, Foothill Technology High School, Pacific High School[58] and El Camino High School, an independent study program located on the Ventura College campus. Private schools include St. Bonaventure High School, a Catholic school, Ventura County Christian School, an evangelical Christian school,[59] and Holy Cross School, Sacred Heart, and Our Lady of the Assumption, Roman Catholic schools for grades Pre-K–8.

Infrastructure[edit] Libraries[edit] Public Libraries[edit] There are three branches of the Ventura County Library in the City of Ventura: E.P. Foster Library[60][61] on Main Street, Avenue Library[62] on Ventura Avenue, and Hill Road Library on the east side of the city.[63] Saticoy Library[64] is in the unincorporated area of Saticoy outside the east end of the city of Ventura. H.P. Wright Library[65] was closed on November 30, 2009 due to a shortfall in funding in the Ventura County Library System.[66] All books from the H.P. Wright Library were integrated into the E.P. Foster Library in March 2010.[67] Proponents of an east side library continued to agitate for the re-establishment of a branch to replace the H.P. Wright Library, which came to fruition in 2017 with the opening of Hill Road Library on December 3.[68][63] Academic Library[edit] The Evelyn and Howard Boroughs Library of Ventura College, dedicated in 2005, serves the students, faculty and staff of the college as well as the general public of Ventura County.[69] Other Libraries[edit] The Research Library of the Museum of Ventura County holds books and archival materials related to the history of the county and surrounding regions. Its holdings are catalogued in the Ventura County Library system and the Central Coast Museum Consortium, and the library is open to the public.[70] Ventura County Law Library, located in the Ventura County Government Center, makes current legal resources available to judges, lawyers, government officials, and other users.[71] Transportation[edit] The major road through Ventura is the Ventura Freeway (U.S. Route 101), connecting the California Central Coast and San Francisco to the north, and Los Angeles to the south. State Route 33, the Ojai Freeway, heads north to Ojai. State Route 126 and State Route 118 head east to Santa Clarita and Simi Valley, respectively. The East Ventura Station, in the historic Montalvo neighborhood, serves as the western terminus of the Ventura County Line of the Metrolink commuter rail system, which extends to Los Angeles' Union Station. The Ventura Amtrak Station is served by Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego. Local bus service is provided by Gold Coast Transit. Commuter and intercity bus services are provided by VISTA and by MTD to Santa Barbara. The Downtown - Harbor Trolley began its free service on July 3, 2013. The Trolley makes loops from Downtown to Ventura Harbor.[72] Water and sewer utilities[edit] Ventura provides water and sewer utilities services to its residents.[73] The Montalvo Community Services District looked at the cost of a new treatment plant in 2014 and considered having the city take over their service area and dissolve the district. The Montalvo Municipal Improvement District had been formed 60 years prior to bring sewer service to what was then a remote unincorporated area southeast of Ventura. The city of Ventura annexed the last unincorporated portions of Montalvo in 2012[74] and had already provided water to the community before the annexation.[75]

In popular culture[edit] Film[edit] The movies Swordfish and Little Miss Sunshine were partially filmed in Ventura, as were parts of the movie Erin Brockovich.[76] The comedy film, The Bet, was filmed entirely in the city of Ventura and was written by Ventura residents, Chris Jay and Aaron Goldberg, both members of the band Army of Freshmen. Books[edit] Ventura was fictionalized as 'Madison City' by long-time resident Erle Stanley Gardner in his D.A. Series of crime novels featuring Doug Selby, crusading District Attorney of a rural California county. Ventura is the setting for Julie Carobini's book, Chocolate Beach (2007).

Points of interest[edit] The restored Mission San Buenaventura. Downtown Ventura[edit] Downtown Ventura is home to the Mission San Buenaventura, museums, galleries, dining, and shopping. Primary areas of activity include California Street and Main Street between Ventura Avenue and Fir Street. Located in downtown is the historic Ortega Adobe, once home to the Ortega family, now famous for their chili products. Numerous thrift stores contrast with high-end shops and restaurants. Downtown Ventura is home to Ventura's ornate city hall with its statue of Junipero Serra.[77] Downtown now features numerous restaurants, wine bars, and the internationally acclaimed Rubicon Theatre Company. Ventura Visitors Center[edit] The 4,300-square-foot (400 m2) Ventura Visitors Center, at 101 South California Street, has exhibits on the Heritage Valley, Channel Islands National park, the local arts scene, and maps and brochures about the area. An early-morning fisherman at Ventura Pier, 2008. Two Trees[edit] One of the most recognizable landmarks in Ventura was "Two Trees" – two prominent lone trees on a hilltop, visible from most of Ventura. Access to the hill is private property. Signs at the bottom of the trails and at the trees themselves warn against trespassing.[78] In early October 2017, one tree was destroyed by high winds.[79][80] Plaza Park[edit] In Plaza Park (Chestnut and Santa Clara Streets, downtown) stands one of the nation's largest Moreton Bay Fig Trees. Across the street, the main post office has murals on interior walls commissioned by the Section of Painting and Sculpture of the U.S. Treasury Department as New Deal art.[81] Ventura Harbor[edit] The Ventura Harbor has fishing boats, seafood restaurants and a retail center, the Ventura Harbor Village. The Channel Islands National Park Headquarters is also located in the harbor, and boats to the Channel Islands depart from there daily. The Westside of Ventura is a large Subdivision of neighborhoods, along Ventura Avenue. Pierpont Bay[edit] Pierpont Bay (Pierpont) is a residential neighborhood in the one-mile stretch between the Ventura Harbor and San Buenaventura State Beach. Reclaimed marshland was subdivided in 1925 and houses were built in fits of development interrupted by years of economic depression, war, and coastal floods (in 1937 and 1962). Long a hodge-podge of rental dwellings, weekend cottages and vacant lots, it was transformed by successive California real estate booms into a fashionable but eclectic mix of newer large homes and older modest beach cottages, now mostly owner-occupied. Piecemeal development, not overly burdened by planning efforts or regulatory attentions, left Pierpont with widely varying architectural styles, a spotty retail district Seaward Avenue, newer residents' demands for increased municipal maintenance, and continuing disputes about the proper regulation of the neighborhood's public beaches. Recently plans have been announced for high-density development on some streets, and state authorities have begun to more actively manage beaches that were mostly self-regulated for eighty years. The Ventura Fairgrounds during the Ventura County Fair. Olivas Adobe[edit] The Olivas Adobe, one of the early "California Rancho" styled homes, is operated today as a museum and performing arts venue. Located adjacent to the Olivas Park Golf Course, the home is one of the most visited historic sites on the central Pacific Coast. Living history reenactments, demonstrations of Rancho life, and wonderful ghost stories abound. A summer music series of performances held in the old home's courtyard feature an eclectic assortment of artists from blues to jazz to country. Erle Stanley Gardner[edit] The famous character, lawyer "Perry Mason", created by Erle Stanley Gardner, first as novels and then later as a television series in the late 1950s and early 60's, followed by several "made-for-TV" movies in the 1980s, had his fictional law practice and did much of his early writing in Downtown Ventura. The building where his law offices were housed, at California and Main Streets, bears his name on a state historical marker. Notable locations[edit] Surfer rides a wave off of Point Mugu during a Ventura surf contest. A J Comstock Fire Museum Albinger Archeological Museum Channel Islands National Park Headquarters and Visitors Center Father Serra Cross Mission San Buenaventura Olivas Adobe Olivas Links

Sister cities[edit] Loreto, Baja California Sur (Mexico)[82]

See also[edit] Greater Los Angeles portal Chumash people Foster Park Bowl Thomas Fire

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