Saticoy, California

What is Saticoy, California known for?


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, bean and other produce production. Martinez, Arlene (March 4, 2014)public "Planners debating the future of Saticoy; public welcome" ''Ventura County Star'' Rail passenger service stopped in 1934. The community of West Saticoy did develop a small community just west


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: Recreating the American City'' 1989 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. Chapter 5 Farm Workers' Own Housing: Self-Help in Cabrillo Village In 1989 Cabrillo Village was selected as a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence.


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units at an average density of 745.8 per square mile (288.0 km²), of which 94 (35.9%) were owner-occupied, and 168 (64.1%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.1%; the rental vacancy rate was 5.1%. 365 people (35.5% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 664 people (64.5%) lived in rental housing units. Parks and Culture The Saticoy library's one-room, that had been used since 1973 was torn down


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Buenaventura on the coast. "TOWN OF SATICOY" 3 MR 20. ''Ventura County Recorder'' Surveyed Sep. 1887, Recorded May 1, 1889. Retrieved October 28, 2013 from CountyView GIS: layer &quot;Record Maps" Two historic buildings attest to the important role Saticoy once held in the local agricultural economy: Walnut Growers Association Warehouse, and Saticoy Bean Warehouse.<

to benefit from the new railroad. "TOWN OF SATICOY" 3 MR 15. ''Ventura County Recorder'' Surveyed March 1888, Recorded Oct. 1, 1888. Retrieved January 3, 2014 from CountyView GIS: layer &quot;Record Maps" Through the 1800s and early 1900s, very little development occurred in West Saticoy but the "Old Town" area flourished as a small center of the region’s citrus


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Lynne last2 Perry first2 Rosalind title California’s Chumash Indians : a project of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Education Center location San Luis Obispo, Calif accessdate 2013-04-26 year 2002 settlement_type Census-designated place nickname image_skyline Saticoy.JPG image_caption pushpin_map California pushpin_map_caption Location


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, Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara County, California), Ventura (Ventura County, California) and Los Angeles (Los Angeles County, California) counties, extending from Morro Bay in the north to Malibu (Malibu, California) in the south. They also occupied three of the Channel Islands (Channel Islands (California)): Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa and San Miguel; the smaller island of Anacapa was uninhabited. Modern place names with Chumash origins include Malibu (Malibu, California), Lompoc (Lompoc, California), Ojai (Ojai, California), Pismo Beach, Point Mugu (Point Mugu, California), Piru (Piru, California), Lake Castaic, Saticoy (Saticoy, California), and Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California). Centre Camarillo North Saticoy (Saticoy, California) Santa Paula (Santa Paula, California) ''SR 34 (California State Route 34), SR 118 (California State Route 118)'' Northeast Somis (Somis, California) Moorpark (Moorpark, California) ''SR 34 (California State Route 34), SR 118 (California State Route 118)'' North Ventura (Ventura, California) Northeast Saticoy (Saticoy, California) Santa Paula (Santa Paula, California) ''SR 126 (California State Route 126) via SR 232 (California State Route 232) and SR 118 (California State Route 118)'' East Camarillo (Camarillo, California) ''U.S. 101 (U.S. Route 101 (California))'' Road and rail The Ventura Freeway (US 101 (U.S. Route 101 in California)) is the major highway running through Oxnard, connecting Ventura (Ventura, California) and Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, California) to the northwest, and Los Angeles to the southeast. The Pacific Coast Highway (State Route 1) (California State Route 1) heads down the coast south to Malibu (Malibu, California). And Highway 232 (California State Route 232) (Vineyard Avenue), heads northeast, providing connections to Saticoy (Saticoy, California) and Santa Paula (Santa Paula, California). Northeast Santa Paula (Santa Paula, California) Santa Clarita (Santa Clarita, California) ''SR 126 (California State Route 126)'' East Saticoy (Saticoy, California) Moorpark (Moorpark, California) and Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California) ''SR 118 (California State Route 118)'' Southeast Camarillo (Camarillo, California) Los Angeles (Los Angeles, California) ''U.S. 101 (U.S. Route 101 (California))'' In 1893, P.J. Dreher and his son, the "father of the California citrus industry" Edward L. Dreher (1877-1964), formed the '''Southern California Fruit Exchange''' in Claremont (Claremont, California), a small college town near Los Angeles. It originally represented only growers of oranges: in 1896 lemon growers joined as well. The exchange soon included growers and groves in Pomona (Pomona, California), Riverside (Riverside, California) and San Dimas (San Dimas, California) in Los Angeles County (Los Angeles County, California), and Santa Paula (Santa Paula, California), Saticoy (Saticoy, California), Fillmore (Fillmore, California), Rancho Sespe (Rancho Sespe, California), Bardsdale (Bardsdale, California) and Piru (Piru, California) in Ventura County (Ventura County, California); by 1905, the group represented 5,000 members, 45% of the California citrus industry, and renamed itself the '''California Fruit Growers Exchange'''. In 1908, it changed its name to '''Sunkist Growers, Inc.''' '''State Route 118''' is a state highway (state highway (US)) in the U.S. state of California that begins running west to east through Ventura (Ventura County, California) and Los Angeles (Los Angeles County, California) counties in southern California. It travels from Saticoy (Saticoy, California) in Ventura County east to Lake View Terrace (Lake View Terrace, Los Angeles, California) in Los Angeles. Route 118 crosses the Santa Susana Pass and the northern rim of the San Fernando Valley along its route.


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to Senate Bill 244 for Unincorporated Saticoy" City of Ventura. 2013. Section V. History of Saticoy. Page 10 (PDF p.12) The community is southeast of the Santa Paula Freeway (State Route 126) (California State Route 126), and at the east end of the city of Ventura (Ventura, California). While formerly following a zig-zag route through the business district, State Route 118 now curves through the southerly portion of the townsite. Heading northwest to terminate at State

; (SOI) and possible annexation restrictions of territory. California Senate Bill 244 requires that the complex legal, financial, and political barriers that contribute to regional inequity and infrastructure deficits within disadvantaged unincorporated communities be examined. Including these communities in the long range planning of a city or county, as required by SB 244, will result in a more efficient delivery system of services and infrastructure including

are annexed. LAFCo determined that annexation at this time is not appropriate as the City would have to subsidize Saticoy to provide services that are incrementally better than the county now provides. City of Ventura (2013) "Feasibility Study Pursuant to Senate Bill 244 for Unincorporated Saticoy" Notes External links


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;ref City of Ventura "Saticoy and Wells Community Plan and Code Final Environmental Impact Report" EIR-2473 SCH# 2006081139. VOLUME 1, August 2009 The historic building that formerly housed the Farmers & Merchants Bank of Santa Paula, Saticoy Branch, stands at a quiet intersection that used to be at the center of a vibrant community. The historic setting, stable residential population, railroad, and access to major highways make this community


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Buenaventura on the coast. "TOWN OF SATICOY" 3 MR 20. ''Ventura County Recorder'' Surveyed Sep. 1887, Recorded May 1, 1889. Retrieved October 28, 2013 from CountyView GIS: layer "Record Maps" Two historic buildings attest to the important role Saticoy once held in the local agricultural economy: Walnut Growers Association Warehouse, and Saticoy Bean Warehouse.<


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222 families (family (U.S. Census)) (84.7% of all households); the average family size was 4.08. The population was spread out with 331 people (32.2%) under the age of 18, 133 people (12.9%) aged 18 to 24, 297 people (28.9%) aged 25 to 44, 177 people (17.2%) aged 45 to 64, and 91 people (8.8%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 28.0 years. For every 100 females there were 109.1 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 106.5 males. There were 278 housing

Saticoy, California

settlement_type Census-designated place nickname image_skyline Saticoy.JPG image_caption pushpin_map California pushpin_map_caption Location within the state of California latd 34 latm 16 lats 57 latNS N longd 119 longm 8 longs 56 longEW W coordinates_display inline,title coordinates_region US-CA subdivision_type Country (List of sovereign states) subdivision_name subdivision_type1 State (U.S. state) subdivision_name1 subdivision_type2 County (List of counties in California) subdivision_name2 Ventura (Ventura County, California) established_title Established established_date 1861 government_footnotes government_type leader_title1 State Senator (California's 19th State Senate district) leader_name1 leader_title2 Assemblymember (California's 37th State Assembly district) leader_name2 leader_title3 U. S. Rep. (California's 26th congressional district) leader_name3

population_total 1029 population_as_of 2010 population_density_km2 auto

elevation_footnotes elevation_ft 154 elevation_m 47 unit_pref US area_footnotes url http: www.census.gov geo maps-data data docs gazetteer 2010_place_list_06.txt publisher United States Census Bureau accessdate October 13, 2014 title 2010 Census Gazetteer File - Places - California area_total_sq_mi 0.373 area_total_km2 0.965 area_land_sq_mi 0.373 area_land_km2 0.965 area_water_sq_mi 0 area_water_km2 0 area_water_percent 0

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postal_code_type ZIP code postal_code 93004 area_code_type Area code (North American Numbering Plan) area_code 805 (Area code 805) blank_name FIPS code (Federal Information Processing Standard) blank_info blank1_name GNIS (Geographic Names Information System) feature IDs blank1_info

'''Saticoy''' is an unincorporated (unincorporated area) town and census-designated place (CDP) in Ventura County, California. The name comes from the Chumash village named '''''Sa'aqtik'oy''''' (Chumash language (Ventureño language): "it is sheltered from the wind"). is a sizable industrial area located on both sides of State Route 118 (California State Route 118). Martinez, Arlene (March 6, 2014) "Saticoy's future takes a step forward — on paper anyway" ''Ventura County Star'' The settlement was laid out in 1887 along the railroad line that was being built from Los Angeles through the Santa Clara River Valley on the east towards the town of San Buenaventura (Ventura, California) on the coast. "TOWN OF SATICOY" 3 MR 20. ''Ventura County Recorder'' Surveyed Sep. 1887, Recorded May 1, 1889. Retrieved October 28, 2013 from CountyView GIS: layer "Record Maps" Two historic buildings attest to the important role Saticoy once held in the local agricultural economy: Walnut Growers Association Warehouse, and Saticoy Bean Warehouse. City of Ventura "Saticoy and Wells Community Plan and Code Final Environmental Impact Report" EIR-2473 SCH# 2006081139. VOLUME 1, August 2009 The historic building that formerly housed the Farmers & Merchants Bank of Santa Paula, Saticoy Branch, stands at a quiet intersection that used to be at the center of a vibrant community. The historic setting, stable residential population, railroad, and access to major highways make this community unique in Ventura County. Staff Report (March 6, 2014) "Planning Commission Workshop on the Saticoy Area Plan" ''County of Ventura, Resource Management Agency, Planning Division''

Saticoy is near an apex of this compound alluvial fan (Alluvial fan) formed by the river and Calleguas Creek. Thomas, H. E., and Others (1962) "Effects of Drought Along Pacific Coast in California: 1942-56" ''Geological Survey Professional Paper'', Volume 372-G. United States Department of the Interior The Santa Clara River Valley opens up into the Oxnard Plain here as South Mountain on the south shore marks the end of the valley. Located on the fertile north bank of the Santa Clara River the shore of the Santa Barbara Channel is some 8 miles distant. Agriculture in the area includes avocados, lemons, oranges, strawberries, and many other row crops. Along the shore of the Santa Clara River, amidst the agriculture area east and northeast of the town, is the Saticoy Oil Field, discovered in 1955 and operated by Vintage Petroleum. "Feasibility Study Pursuant to Senate Bill 244 for Unincorporated Saticoy" City of Ventura. 2013. Section V. History of Saticoy. Page 10 (PDF p.12)

The community is southeast of the Santa Paula Freeway (State Route 126) (California State Route 126), and at the east end of the city of Ventura (Ventura, California). While formerly following a zig-zag route through the business district, State Route 118 now curves through the southerly portion of the townsite. Heading northwest to terminate at State Route 126, the highway is named Wells Road. Los Angeles Avenue is the name given to the highway as it heads east to connect with State Route 232 (State Route 232 (California)).

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