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California, U.S.A.
Welcome to Simi Valley, California.
Simi Valley is situated in the vast valley of Ventura County, around 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles. The city is surrounded by Thousand Oaks, Moorpark and Chatsworth, and is home to approximately 127,000 people. Residents of the Simi Valley are spoiled with beauty, as the towering Santa Susana Mountain Range and the Simi Hills enclose the city, providing residents with plenty of open space and opportunity for outdoor recreation. Simi Valley is a wonderful place to live; known for being one of the happiest and safest cities in America, according to several studies. The city of Simi Valley boasts numerous landmarks, including the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, where the former president was buried following his death in 2004. The library has been visited by more than 1 million people since the opening, and adjoins a hangar where the Boeing 707 SAM 27000 is housed. The aircraft served presidents from Nixon to G.W. Bush, and is available for tours. Those who want to delve deeper into American history can keep busy in Simi Valley. Several historic places can be found in the area, including the Grandma Prisbey's Bottle Village. The village is one of California's rare Twentieth Century Folk Art Environments, and features shrines, walkways, sculptures and more. Another spot to stop by is the Rancho Simi, which used to be one of the state's largest land grants, home to two prominent Spanish and Mexican families in 1842. Families with kids can feel good knowing that their kids can enroll in the well regarded Simi Valley Unified School District; the Santa Susana High School even received a silver medal as one of the Top 500 Schools in America. Nearby schools of higher education include Moorpark College, Cal State and Northridge. The community has access to a total of 50 parks, so those who like to enjoy the great outdoors will not be disappointed. With more than 5,600 of public land in the district, you will find an abundance of wildlife and preserved natural areas, as well as an abundance of urban neighborhood parks.
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