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Ventura County2019-08-10T18:31:52+00:00

Ventura County Traffic Ticket Lawyers

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Ventura County is located in the southern part of California, on the Pacific coast. Ventura County is part of the Greater Los Angeles Area. The county had a population of 823,318 as of 2010. Ventura City (officially known as City of San Buenaventura) is the county seat. Ventura County’s largest city is Oxnard, with a population of about 200,000. There are three courthouses in Ventura County.




Visitors to Ventura can enjoy the abundant arts and cultural activities, the outdoor adventures and the rich agricultural abundance that contribute to make it a chef’s paradise. The Channel Islands National Park, just offshore is an all-natural playground for those interested in camping, hiking, whale watching,  diving, kayaking through sea caves and walks led by naturalists. The Los Padres National Forest is found in Ventura’s foothills.  Two of California’s longest flowing open rivers help to form the county seat’s city boundaries. Ventura is just an hour’s drive from Los Angeles and Hollywood.


The Ventura coast has vast stretches of beautiful, uncrowded beaches; popular surf spots; harbor cruises and a 13-mile coastal bikeway. There are festive shops, restaurants, family entertainment and the National Park Visitors Center in the Ventura Harbor. Meanwhile, Ventura’s Historic Downtown Cultural District offers a mix of pleasing architectural styles in which you will find distinctive inns, boutiques, restaurants and antique shops. Year round daytime temperatures average 70 degrees F (21 degrees C) so it’s no wonder early Spanish settlers dubbed Ventura the “land of endless summers”. Come to Ventura and discover the Real California.

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