From Fields to Farmers’ Markets: Dive into Camarillo’s Agricultural Scene

Camarillo Agriculture Industry

Camarillo’s fertile soil and temperate Mediterranean weather are the foundation of the city’s rich agricultural heritage and diverse farming community. Not only is agriculture a driver of the local economy, it also contributes to Camarillo’s vibrant cultural fabric. Let’s explore the pivotal role agriculture plays in Camarillo’s economy. A Cornucopia of Crops: Agricultural Diversity Camarillo’s…

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Zoning Ordinance Amendment Supports Life Science and Technology

Life sciences technicians analyze scans in a research facility

The City Council approved an amendment to the Camarillo Municipal Code Chapters 10.34, 19.04, 19.22, 19.28, 19.30, and 19.44, for life science and advanced technology industries. The zoning ordinance amendment (ZOA) expressly allows for advanced technology and life science companies greater flexibility to set up shop in Camarillo’s L-M, M-1, and P-O zones. Some notable…

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Get to Yes Team Sets Standing Meeting

City Hall Sign Drought Tolerant Landscape

Camarillo’s new Get To Yes consultation team consists of staff from the Economic Development, Community Development, Public Works, and Building and Safety departments. By bringing all these resources together in one place, companies are empowered to get any planning issues resolved more quickly – meaning their project can get off the ground faster. The team…

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Costco Makes Plans for Camarillo Store

A first-person view from behind a shopping cart at Costco

Costco is planning to develop a 160,000-square-foot store with a free-standing gas station at the west end of the Camarillo Town Center, south side of the 101 Freeway, and west of Home Depot near Springville Drive. Costco representatives conducted detailed demographic studies and concluded that from a strategic standpoint, Camarillo presents an outstanding opportunity for…

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