The 11th annual SHARE THE ROAD RIDE takes place in beautiful Simi Valley, California. Home of the well-known SIMI RIDE that takes place every Saturday of the year. Simi Valley is a cycling mecca that caters to amateurs and pros alike. Offering safe, well-maintained roads with various terrains, and beautiful vistas. The various Share the Road rides travel around Simi Valley, Moorpark, Somas and Camarillo. Fully marked course includes six aid stations that ensure you are never more than 20 Miles from ‘help’ and the 6 roving SAG vehicles are there to come to you if needed. Registration includes a PACKED goodie bag and friendly BBQ when you finish.Event details and scheduleChoose from:- 25 mile city ride starts at 8AM- 50 mile Simi Valley – Moorpark with 3700′ climbing starts at 7:30am- 62 mile Simi Valley – Moorpark – Somis with approx 4800′ climbing starts at 7:30am- 100 mile climbers 7100′ of climbing or non-climbers 6300′ of climbing routesthrough Simi Valley – Moorpark – Somis – Camarillo and back starts at 7amAmple parking around the Simi Valley DMV…which is also the start / finish.Pre ride registration and kit pick-up on Friday 9/25/2020 at All Pro Bikes in Simi Valley 4-7PM
The five members and two alternates on the ADA Paratransit Advisory Committee meet quarterly to review public paratransit issues affecting individuals with disabilities. Typical issues include: service policies, service availability, accessibility, safety, and training. Individuals interested in discussing these issues and/or learning about the City’s ADA/Dial-A-Ride service are invited to attend.Any member requiring ADA/Dial-A-Ride transportation to/from any meeting should call (805) 583-6464 to request service. Rides may not be booked more than 14 days prior to the meeting.If there are any questions, please call Supervisor, Christopher Latham at (805) 583-6485.Meeting Agendas are posted 72 hours prior to the meeting at City Hall and on the City’s website.
Welcome to Rocky Peak Ultra Trail Race that was born out of the Bandit Ultra Trail Race under new management by Trail Run Events, LLC who bring you Los Angeles’ most popular trail races.Formerly named Corriganville Movie Ranch, the park was a working film studio and movie ranch for outdoor location shooting, as well as a Western-themed tourist attraction. The ranch, owned by actor and stuntman Ray “Crash” Corrigan, is located in the foothills of the Santa Susana Mountains in the Santa Susana Pass area of Simi Valley in eastern Ventura County, California. The site is currently a public park in the City of Simi Valley, called Corriganville Park, and operated by Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District. We hope you will join us for a memorable day in beautiful Corriganville Park.For additional race information, please see our website www.trailrunevents.com.Event details and schedulePlease see our website
Residents of Simi Valley may dispose of residential cleanup material for free at the Simi Valley Landfill and Recycling Center, 2801 N. Madera Road, on Sunday, October 18, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Appliances, clean concrete and asphalt, clean wood and green waste, and construction or demolition material, will also be accepted for recycling.Residents are requested to separate recyclable material from trash so it can be recycled and not landfilled. The California Highway Patrol requires all loads to be covered to prevent spillage. Proof of Simi Valley residency, such as a driver’s license or trash bill with a Simi Valley address, will be required. Residents must unload their own vehicles. No commercial waste, hazardous waste, electronics, liquids, tires, household batteries, products containing mercury (such as thermostats), or fluorescent light tubes and bulbs will be accepted. This event is for Simi Valley residents only with a maximum of two loads per household. Please visit the Simi Valley Landfill’s website for more information. Any residents transporting waste or recyclables in a commercial vehicle are subject to standard gate rate fees. Further information is available from the Simi Valley Landfill at (805) 579-7267.
The Task Force on Homelessness serves as an advisory board to the City Council to coordinate and strengthen efforts to address homelessness in Simi Valley. The public is invited to attend all meetings. For more information regarding the Task Force on Homelessness, please visit the Task Force on Homelessness webpage or call (805) 583-6759.Meeting agendas are posted at City Hall and on the City’s website 72 hours prior to the meeting for your convenience
Welcome to the 6th annual Thanksgiving Day 5kCourse Description: Race start – 8:00 amStart at Rancho Simi Park and run along the Arroyo bike path that is lined with beautiful trees for shade and runs through the center of Simi Valley and along the Arroyo Creek. Still home to ducks and herons, (AKA- not cranes), who are soaking up the sun while playing in the gently flowing water. There will be water stations every 1.5 miles.Weekend Warriors / Beginners / walkers: Yes, this is a very walker friendly course! It is mostly flat, with a few gentle rollers to keep you on your game. There are plenty of water stations, and this event is loads of fun! Middle of the pack runners:Looking for a PR (Personal Record)?? Then this is the race for you! Mostly flat course, with some gentle rollers and plenty of room to make your move towards your new PRElite and Advanced runners: This mostly flat course along with some mild rollers, which are mid way through your run. There are some long stretches to allow you to really open up your speed along the home stretch of the course. All Runners will receive:Finisher medalTech shirtwater bottlegoody bag
Race start 7:am half marathon / 7:15-10k / 7:30 -5kNational hat day is in january each year and this event is our way of celebrating national hat day and to honor the proud rich history of the Sombrero. Here are some fun facts about the Sombrero The word “sombrero” comes from Spanish “sombra” which means “shade” or “ shadow” Its origins can be found in Spain as far back as 17th century The Sombrero is one of the largest and best hats for sun protectionJarabe tapatío, often referred to as the Mexican hat dance, is the national dance of Mexico Long proud history of the Sombrero: click hereWeekend Warriors / Beginners / walkers: Yes, this is a very walker friendly course! It is mostly flat, with a few gentle rollers to keep you on your game. There are plenty of water stations and loads of fun! Generous 4:00 hour time limit for the half marathon, so take your time and enjoy the scenery! Middle of the pack runners:Looking for a PR (Personal Record)?? This is the race for you! Mostly flat course, with some gentle rollers and plenty of room to make your move towards your new PRElite and Advanced runners: This mostly flat course with some mild rollers. There are some long flat stretches to allow you to really open up your speed along the last few miles of the course. All Runners will receive:Finisher medalRace day athlete t-shirtRace day SombreroPost race munchies Can you say Street tacos for everyone? !! That’s right we are proud to announce that all runners will receive a plate of free street tacos at post race! And yes you can buy more $5 per plate. Special note: Friends and family can buy food tickets for $5 each.